🗓 Mark Your Calendars 🗓
- October 10th: PTO meeting at 5:15
- October 11th: End of Quarter #1
- October 11th: 5th Grade Field Trip
- October 12th: No SchoolTeacher work day
- October 13th: Conferences, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (NO School)
- October 16th: No School: Teacher Compensation Day
- October 17th: Elementary Conferences 4:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
- October 31st: Halloween (see appropriate costumes)
🥞🧇🍽️ BREAKFAST REMINDER 🍽️🧇🥞
- Parents, please give your students adequate time when eating breakfast. Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. Doors to classrooms open at 8:45 a.m. We are finding that students who are arriving later than 8:40 a.m. for breakfast do not have enough time to eat prior to classes starting.
School - Parent Learning Compact
🙌 ✏️ STUDENTS OF THE MONTH: ✏️ 🙌
Stance of the Month: Flexibility
Please click on the above link to save the dates of our upcoming music performances.
Congratulations to our intermediate students! From left to right:
- 3rd grade: Giovanni Perez Cazares
- 5th grade: Jordyn Cadelina
- 5th grade: Annalysia Smith
- 4th grade: Timbre Weiler
- 4th grade: Tatem Preuss
- 3rd grade: Zarah Sommers
- 3rd grade: (not shown) Justin Hernandez
Congratulations to our primary students! From left to right:
- 2nd grade: Sequoia Weiler
- 2nd grade: Demaryius Aragon
- 2nd grade: Kaylin Perez-Olivas
- 1st Grade: Ryland Rhodes
- 1st Grade: Holden Jordan
- Kindergarten: Ettamay Williams
- Kindergarten: Maxwell Machen
- Kindergarten: Maritza Hernandez
🍂 Counselor Corner 🍂
🍂 Information for Families🍂
Please read the October newsletter from Mrs. Cameron to find out more about:
- October is National Bullying Prevention Month
- Resources available for families
- Kids and Technology
- Holiday Donations
🙌 Staff Shout-Outs 🙌
Mrs. McKay feels honored to be part of a profession that allows her to make a difference and believes her students, in return, make her a better person and teacher. "There are no words to explain the feelings I experience when I see the joy on a student's face when they have finally worked through a problem."
Mr. Shaw enjoys building relationships with kids and watching them grow as young people. His desire is to show them that each one of them is unique and special. Mr. Shaw hopes to be a role model for them in humility, kindness, thankfulness, and respect towards others. He hopes the students he interacts with are inspired to have a lifelong passion and love for learning.
Ms. Carmine became a teacher to make a difference in the lives of children. She wants her classroom to be a calming, safe space where students can make mistakes, struggle, and succeed all at the same time. Ms. Carmine wants her students to know that they can achieve anything they want with just a bit of hard work and guidance from her! Teaching is her passion.