Roadrunner Updates📚

March 2022


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Principal's Message:

Dear Larsen Educational Partners,

Can you believe it? March is here! I hope everyone enjoyed their long Presidents' weekend in February. It was nice to recharge and spend a little extra time with loved ones. Now we are back to the business of providing a wonderful educational experience for our Roadrunner scholars. The second trimester will end on March 11 and we have many happenings this month. Most importantly, we are finishing all second-trimester assessments. Report cards will be sent home on March 18. Lastly, our fifth-grade students will have a very busy March; they will be participating in Family Life classes, Physical Fitness Testing, and California Healthy Kids Survey.

As always, our Roadrunner scholars are the focus of our partnership between home and school. We strive for students, staff, and educational partners to work together to maximize each student's potential. We celebrate the diversity in our school and see it as an asset that will help empower our students to be as prepared as possible for the challenges our ever-changing world can bring.

May March bring everyone much love, health, productivity, and success!


Marisol Guillen

Face Masks Updates

Guidance on Masking and K-12 Schools

Students at public and private K-12 schools in Ventura County and throughout California will no longer be required to wear masks after March 11, regardless of their vaccination status.

Starting Monday, March 14, 2022, masks are no longer required but are strongly recommended.

Formal temperature screenings for students and visitors will be concluding Monday, March 14.

COVID Symptoms Reminder

As a reminder, at no time is it acceptable to send students to school when they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, especially if they have received a positive test result (laboratory-based OR at-home test). Please make sure to report all positive cases to your students’ school.

COVID-19 related Symptoms:

  • Runny Nose/Congestion

  • Cough

  • Sore Throat

  • Headache

  • Fatigue/Muscle or Body Aches

  • Fever above 99.5 degrees

  • Loss of Smell/Taste

  • Difficulty Breathing

*If your student is unvaccinated and was a close contact to someone who was COVID positive, they must quarantine at home even if they do not have any symptoms.

1. Quarantine can end after Day 5 if asymptomatic and a test collected on Day 5 or later is negative OR

2. Quarantine can end after Day 10 if asymptomatic.

Thank you for keeping our school community safe!

COVID-19 Testing remains available to all students and staff from 10:00-3:45 each Tuesday and Thursday at Haycox School and on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at Blackstock School. Use the Larsen registration link below. No appointments will be necessary after you complete the initial registration process.

Mark Your Calendar!


  • Feb 28-March 4 - Read Across America Week

  • Feb 28- March 4 - 5th Grade Family Life Classes

  • March- Women's History Month

  • March 1 - TK/Kinder Registration Night, 5-8 PM

  • March 7 - Open Campus Assembly on the blacktop- Parents are welcome!

  • March 7-11 - STAR Reading Test

  • March 13- Daylight Savings Time (Spring Forward 1 hour)

  • March 14- Formal Temperature Screening ends

  • March 18 - Trimester 2 Report Cards go home

  • March 17 - St. Patricks Day: Wear Green!

  • March 21-25 - Grade 5: California Healthy Kids Survey

  • March-May - Grade 5: Physical Fitness Test

  • March 21-April 1 - TK/Kinder Parent Conferences (dismissal at 11:26)

  • March 28-April 1 - Celebrating National School Librarian Day


Bring a reusable water bottle with you to school. Drinking fountains are available in classrooms and A water filtration station in the cafeteria. Stay healthy and hydrated!

You're invited!: 2022 vcoe equty conference

Parents and guardians, students, educators, support personnel, and community members are invited to join us for the 2022 VCOE Equity Conference. This free virtual event will include workshops addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion practices for marginalized students. There will also be opportunities for community networking plus door prizes.

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 22, 2022, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Online registration will be available soon at

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Are you concerned about your child's social-emotional or academic progress?

If the answer is yes, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure your child gets 10-11 hours of sleep each night.
  2. Make sure your child receives nutritious meals daily.
  3. Make sure your child is at school on time every day.
  4. Have a consistent homework routine.
  5. Talk to your child. What does your child feel he/she is struggling with?
  6. Talk to your child's teacher. Does the teacher also have concerns?
  7. Talk to the counselor or the assistant principal.
  8. Consider a medical evaluation. This step can help rule out any medical issues that could affect school success (vision, hearing, allergies, asthma, ADD, etc.)

Make sure your student is reading at home EVERY DAY!

Why is reading so important?

Studies show that reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance. Here’s how you can get your child off to a great start.

Evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day not only perform better in reading tests than those who don’t, but also develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge and a better understanding of other cultures.

In fact, reading for pleasure is more likely to determine whether a child does well at school than their social or economic background.

What difference can I make as a parent?

You can make a huge difference! Parents are the most important educators in a child’s life – even more important than their teachers – and it’s never too early to start reading together.

Even before they're born, babies learn to recognise their parents' voices. Reading to your baby from birth, even for just a few minutes a day, gives them the comfort of hearing your voice and increases their exposure to language.


TK AND KINDERGARTEN enrollment is open! Registration Night on Tuesday, March 1st

Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten 2022-23 enrollment is now open.

Students who turn 5 between September 2nd and February 2nd may enroll in Transitional Kindergarten.

Students who turn 5 by September 1st may enroll in Kindergarten.

TK is offered at Bard, Haycox, Hueneme, Larsen, and Williams Schools.

Enroll for both TK and Kindergarten at your HOME School, even if TK is not offered at your home school. If TK is not offered at your home school, staff at your home school will assist in enrolling your child in one of the TK classes at another school site. Based on enrollment, TK classes may be added to additional school sites. To get a glimpse into our TK and kindergarten classrooms, please watch this short video:

English Video

Spanish Video

Further enrollment details can be found here:


TK/Kindergarten Registration Night

Who?: Kindergarten & Transitional Kindergarten(TK) Students

When?: Tuesday, March 1st, 2022

Time?: 5:00pm – 8:00pm


If you haven’t registered your child for Kindergarten or TK because you work during the day and aren’t able to request time off, now is the perfect time to come in to register them.

Si no ha registrado a su hijo para Kindergarten o TK porque trabaja durante el día y no puede solicitar tiempo libre, ahora es el momento perfecto para registrars.

Registration Requirements:

  • Birth Certificate

  • Immunization Records (Shots)

  • Physical Exam (Stamped)

  • Dental Exam (Stamped)

  • Proof of residency


Utility bill, Public Assistance, Escrow Papers, Renters Agreement, Income Tax for the current year.

Registration Times during the day:

Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.: 9:00-11:00 a.m. & 1:00-2:00pm

Wednesdays: 9:00 – 11:00

March: We are celebrating Women's History Month

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Be on Time! Try arriving by 8:00 AM

Please make sure that your student arrives on campus no later than 8:00 am so they can be in their lines by the first bell at 8:05 am. Students that arrive to school with time to spare have the luxury of settling in, preparing their class materials, and focusing their minds on the lessons to come, ultimately making them the most prepared to learn.


Would you like to make a positive difference for Larsen School? Join our AMAZING PTA today! Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) addresses issues that are important to parents and public school educators. It helps foster our school-community partnerships. We hope you'll choose to join us in ensuring Larsen School thrives!👊🏼🙌🏼😃Membership via this link is only $8.

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The forecast for the next month is predicted to bring cold temperatures(especially in the mornings). Cold weather means students should be dressed appropriately to prevent illness and to ensure comfort. Jackets or warm sweaters should be worn outdoors. Our students will continue to eat breakfast and lunch outside as much as possible to stave away the COVID-19 virus.
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Larsen Guidelines for Success

  • Be Safe

  • Be Respectful

  • Be Responsible

Counseling Corner

Click here to access the HESD Counseling Corner full of resources for students and families.

To make a counseling referral click Ms. Rodriguez's Counseling Corner here.

Each day we have more and more diverse books in our classrooms!😃

We Need Diverse Books Campaign Video

Cada dia tenemos mas libros diversos en nuestros salones de clase.😃

Los niños necesitan libros diversos

Questions? Contact Us!




7:45 AM - 4:00 PM

Ms. Guillen


Ms. Gomez-Perez

Interim Assistant Principal

Ms. Rodriguez

School Counselor

Contacting your student's teacher

  • Email
  • Contact your teacher via GoTo Connect
  • Contact your teacher after school
  • Dial (805)986-8740 and ask to be transferred
  • Message them using seesaw or Google Classroom