May 6 - 10, 2019


During these next several weeks it is imperative that students are here every day and are entering those green gates ready for success and learning. There are still end of year goals to reach and lots of assessments to complete.

Please note:

SBAC Testing block/window is from May 6 - May 24 for all 3rd - 8th-grade students.

May 6 - 10 - SBAC English

May 13-17 - SBAC Math

May 20 - 24 - SBAC Science and Makeups

Additional Updates:

1. Robinson will receive an exterior painting of our campus this SUMMER 2019.

2. Robinson will receive upgrades to our school's HVAC system and additional upgrades for 2020-21. These upgrades will cause our "entire campus: staff and students" to be moved to a different location. More details will be forthcoming throughout the 2019-20 school year for parents and community regarding the move for Robinson.

3. Due to increasing instructional support needs on our campus, we have run out of space to house the programs and interventions needed. Therefore, we are going to have to move the current location of the Parent Center housed in room 32 for the 2019-20 school year. The Parent Center will now become a "shared room space" with the WRAP program. More details will be forthcoming about the "shared space use" in the application for both Parent center and WRAP/After School program for the 2019-20 school year.


MONDAY - You make us BLOOM

Bring her favorite flower (fresh, fake, or hand-drawn), or something with a floral print.


Write your teacher a note to explain how she has impacted your life this year.


Pick up any supplies your teacher is running low on for your class.

THURSDAY - My Teacher's a TREAT

Treat your teacher to her favorite snack or beverage, homemade treats, or candy.

FRIDAY - Thanks are in the CARDS

Bring your teacher a gift card for a massage, her favorite restaurant, or local store.

Coach Sawyer is holding Practice for CHEER tryouts for NEXT YEAR's team

Tryouts will be for upcoming 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grade students willing to work hard at making good grades. As well as enthusiastic, energetic, outgoing boys & girls with great attitudes!

Dates for Practice for tryouts:

May: 6th, 8th, 10th, 13th, 15th &17th

Cheer Tryouts will be on Monday, May 20th from 2:30 to 4:00pm

SBAC SUPER SATURDAY SCHOOL/Enrichment Intervention Continues

Saturday School:

8: 30am - 11:30am

5/4, 5/11 & 5/18

Attention Dolphin SuperDads!

*Would you like to become more involved at Robinson?

*Would you like to be the first person who greets and encourages all of our dolphins before school?

+++We are looking for some dedicated Dolphin Dads who would like to support the arrival of our students and ensure their safety as the exit and pass by cars. Please see Ms. Spenker if you would like to be part of this exciting new team for next school year 19-20.

NOTICE TO 6TH GRADE PARENTS - Tdap boosters are Now Due

  • Per state of California, all students entering 7th grade must have a Tdap vaccination on file with their enrolled school.

  • Students that do not have their Tdap vaccination on file will not receive a 7th grade schedule.

DONUT be absent in MAY! Attendance matters!

PARENTS, please help us....we need your student in school EVERYDAY IN MAY! PARENTS, please, please send your student to school EACH DAY!

During the month of MAY, Dr. HOSN challenges alllllll JROB Dolphins to be in school every day to enhance/support SUCCESS.

What: Increase attendance percentages as a grade level

How: Students being in school each day

Why: Because being in school is cool and gets students brain smarter/learn more to meet goals

Prize/reward to:

*All students who are here EVERYDAY IN MAY will receive a DONUT!! Yumm.Yummm!

“Yearbooks are now available for pre-purchase! You can preorder your copy NOW for the discounted price of $25 just follow the directions below:

1. 1. Follow this link: https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1014178033333912

2. 2. Create an account with Treering.

3. 3. When it asks for your school passcode use code: 1014178033333912

This online pre-order will be available through Friday, May 3. Using this method you will save $5.00 on the final price AND you have the option to upgrade to a hardcover copy of the yearbook (for a $6.00 fee).

After this date softcover yearbooks will be available for purchase in the office for an increased price. Commemorate a great school year with a copy of the Jackie Robinson Yearbook!” Thank you! Holden

8th Grade Parents - End of Year Promotion Activtites

Click the link to find out about 8th-grade criteria for End of Year Promotion Activities:


Friday, May 17th is Our 1st ever Color Run!! See Flyer's below for More Detailed Information

What: The Color Run is a five-kilometer, unlimted event. At each kilometer mark, Color Runners are doused from head to toe in a different colored powder. Participants wear white at the starting line and finish the race plastered in color. The Color run is open to all grades!

Where: JROB Field

How: $10, wear a white shirt and be ready to have fun!! Ohhhhh yeah DJ, Music, Snacks too!!!

Entry Form: Below

Click the embedded link video to view an example of COLOR RUN FUN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EERSfHiqT8

Support/help is available for students via the following tutorials

Study Hall: 2:15 - 3:00

Monday, Tuesday &
Thursday - Rm 26 (MS)

Rm 15 (Monday), Rm 13 (Tuesday) & Rm 12 (Thursday) - Elementary 4th

Tutoring: 2:15 - 3:00
8th grade - Ms. Mendenhall & Mr. Licano

Elementary Board Policy for Promotion and Retention: Conferences for Select Parents

Minimum Requirement to promote to next grade. Please be advised these are minimums and the student is still below grade level:

1st - Mid 1 Fiction and Non Fiction, +, - @ Proficient

2nd' - End 1 Fiction and Non Fiction, +, - @ Proficient

3rd - End 2 Fiction and Non Fiction, ts - +, -, @ Proficient & x, / @ Partial Proficient

4th - End 3 Fiction and Non Fiction, Basic Facts - +, -, x & / @ Proficient

5th - End 4 Fiction and Non Fiction, Basic Facts - +, -, x & / @ Proficient

Dr. Miller will begin to meet with select families in May regarding retention.

Uniform & OUTERWEAR - REMINDER as we return from Break

Please be reminded of the "OUTERWEAR" uniform expectations are as follows:

Outerwear Navy Blue, Black or Gray & School Spirit Wear (only)

JROB dress for success **Every Tuesday – Thursday

Elementary Students Blue bottoms & white collared shirt Middle Students Khaki bottoms ONLY and Black or white collared shirt

Spirit Wear T-SHIRT Days are Monday & Friday

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