Pleasanton Primary Mission Statement
Pleasanton Primary Vision Statement
Grade Level Student Goals for March
Math-Students will be counting by 5's, addition and subtraction and number identification of numbers 1-20.
Math- Students will be able to identify 10 numbers, count 8 sets 0-10 and be able to count to 25.
Math-Students will be able to identify 2 dimensional shapes and describe their attributes.
Math-Students will make graphs to answer questions.
Students of the Month
March 31-Wear a Hat
Perfect Attendance Drawing
Students from all grade levels who have perfect attendance are entered for a chance to win a prize. Perfect Attendance drawings take place every six weeks.
Important Dates to Remember
March 9-PK Field Trip
March 9-GT Field Trip
March 10-End of Quarter 3
March 12-Daylight Savings Time
March 13-17-SPRING BREAK- NO SCHOOL
March 22- Book Fair Begins
March 24-Report Cards go home
March 29-Career Day Photos
March 31-PK Farm Day
March 31 Book Fair Ends
2022-2023 Lunch and Learn
March 27, 2023
Amending the IEP without a Meeting – Some changes to an ARD document can be made outside of a formal ARD meeting as long as all required ARD committee members agree. Join this session to learn when changes can be made through an amendment and the procedures required.
Grandparents Raising Grandkids
Counseling Corner with Mrs. Andrada
Mindset of the Month: Live to Give
Inspiring Students to Serve Others
The Live to Give Mindset teaches the importance of serving others while maximizing our own potential. It tells us that abundance in life is a cycle; in order to receive love, respect, and financial security, we must first learn to give those things to others. This mindset also teaches us that the greatest gift we can ever give is to find and leverage our unique genius to maximize our positive impact on the world, knowing that good things will be returned to us in kind. In the lessons for this mindset, we guide students to think about the impact they want to make and the legacy they want to leave.
Please click on the link to learn more about this mindset which includes the weekly lessons covered, the do’s and don’ts at home as well as activities you can do with your child to strengthen their understanding of this mindset.
Get ready! The Scholastic Book Fair is coming our way (YAY!). Choosing their own books empowers kids and inspires them to become Bolder, Prouder, and Stronger Readers. AND…as always, every book they buy earns rewards for our school.
This year, say goodbye to cash and hello to eWallet—your child’s digital payment account. Before the Fair, set up eWallet for worry-free, cash-free purchases. Anyone can contribute! Share each child’s eWallet so friends and family can add funds and give your kids more books to enjoy.
If you can’t make it to the Fair, then shop at our school’s Online Book Fair. All orders ship directly to your home, and shipping is free for book orders over $25. Your online orders will also benefit our school.