FAIRVIEW DANCE GROUP
They danced to four songs to an amazing crowd.
The students did an AWESOME job!
GIRLS ON THE RUN
Since February, we have been working hard to reach this goal, and I am proud to say every girl completed the run!
For our community project this season, the girls decided to create thank you cards and one huge sign for local doctors and nurses and we asked our school to sign it as well.
This season has been great, and we are looking forward to next year!
Minimum days on Thursday, May 19 AND Friday, May 20.
3rd grade released at 12:26.
4th/5th grade released at 12:31.
SUMMER SCHOOL FYI
Grades 1-8 (current grades K-7) will go to CK Price this year for Summer School.
Summer School starts on June 13th and goes to July 7th from 8:00 am-2:30 pm.
Summer School is a Monday - Thursday program (No camp on Fridays).
There will also be no school on July 4th.
During Summer School, breakfast and lunch will be served.
Second Chance Breakfast will also be offered to students who were unable to get breakfast in the morning.
Students can be dropped off at 7:30 am and picked up at 2:30.
Applications for Summer School can be picked up at the student's school.
Save The Date
30............Memorial Day, No School
2..............Last Day of School
If the absence is not cleared within 3 days, it will be marked unexcused.
Neli Peña, Attendance Clerk
Phone: (530) 865-1235 ext. 3301
Please see the following sections in the Fairview handbook for more information.
Attendance and Absenteeism
All students are required to attend school daily according to state law. The only legal exceptions for absence from school are personal illness, medical necessity, court appearance, and funeral services for a member of the immediate family.
Attendance Improvement ProgramWhen students have three unexcused absences or when the student's parent excused ‘illness’ absences reach 10 (ten), a notification will be sent to the parent. If this attendance pattern does not improve, students may be referred to the Attendance Improvement Program requesting their assistance.
The AIP may take any of the following actions:
a. Place the parents on a formal district attendance improvement contract.
b. Refer the matter to the District Attorney's office for adjudication.