Bard Bulldog Newsletter
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September was a remarkable month, and we are here to embrace October and the months ahead. Our students and staff have had some time to get to know one another and are creating a positive learning community. We've had two Flag Gatherings and a successful Back to School Night.
As we move into the month of October, we will be screening our students in the area of reading, math, and social and emotional learning. This screening will help guide our instruction and build support where needed as we move forward.
Richard Bard Bell Schedule
10/09- STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY -NO SCHOOL
10/19-GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT
10/23-27-READ RIBBON WEEK
11/02-DIA DE MUERTOS ASSEMBLY
11/09-TRIMESTER 1 PROGRESS NOTICES
11/10-VETERAN'S DAY-NO SCHOOL
11/20-24-NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE HOLIDAY-THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
Introducing Our Amazing School Counselors and Military Counselors
Ms. Villa and Ms. McCulley have visited all our classrooms and taught students and teachers about Zones of Regulation. The Zones of Regulation curriculum incorporates Social Thinking . This framework is designed to help students move toward more independent regulation while honoring and respecting each student and their unique self.
They have also conducted playground safety assemblies to review Bard's playground norms and expectations.
For students who don't enjoy the playground environment and prefer playing board games, card games, or a quiet place during lunch recess, a school counselor-hosted Fun Zone will be available October 16 for up to 20 students.
Learn More about the Zones
"Regulation is something everyone continually works on whether we are cognizant of it. We all encounter trying circumstances that test our limits from time to time. If we can recognize when we are becoming less regulated, we are able to do something about it to manage our feelings and get ourselves to a healthy place.
CHARACTER COUNTS WEEK
CELEBRATE LIFE LIVE DRUG FEE
The theme is a reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!
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