JROB BALLPARK NEWS

February 25 - March 1, 2019

ATTENDANCE Matters for your CHILDS SUCCESS........We need your HELP! March Maddness Attendance Challenge

PARENTS, please help us....we need your student in school EVERYDAY IN MARCH!!

PARENTS, please, please send your student to school EACH DAY!


During the month STUCO and Dr. Miller challenge 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:

*1 grade level with highest attendance percentages for a month

*1 grade level with highest increased percentage from previous month

- Afternoon at the JROB Movie IMAX Movie Theater:

Fresh Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Lounge Chairs, Video Games, Dance Off and Photos

Robinson's Black History Program: Leader's In Action 2/27 @ 5:00 - All are invited to attend!

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March 1 - Read Across America Day..Celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Seuss

Day's Activities:

7:15 - 7:55 & 10:20 - 10:50 - Special "Green Eggs and Ham" Breakfast

8:00 - 8:30 - Class Read - Elementary

11:30 - 12:15 - K PM Classes w/special WEB leader activities


LOCATION: SCHOOL CAFETERIA
TIME: SCHOOL BREAKFAST PERIOD
Non-student price = $3
Cash only, please bring exact change or small bills

March 1st - ASB Family Fun Night - Ice Skating

This is one of the best events each year at JROB,!

Come one, Come all........It's a FAMILY AFFAIR!

When: Friday, March 1

Where, The Rinks, Lakewood CA ( 3975 Pixie Avenue, Lakewood, 90712)

Time: 7 - 9 pm

Cost: $10 per ticket

SBAC SUPER SATURDAY SCHOOL/Enrichment Intervention Continue's

Saturday School:

8: 30am - 11:30am

3/2, 3/9, 3/23 & 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20

5/4 & 5/11

Support/help is available for students via the following tutorials

Study Hall: 2:15 - 3:00

Monday, Tuesday &
Thursday
Rm 6 (ES) & Rm 26(MS)
Tutoring: 2:15 - 3:00
8th grade - Ms. Mendenhall & Mr. Licano
3rd grade - Dr. Klopfer

March 5 & 6 - Minimum Day for ES only @ 1:00 -Parent Conferences for "Select Parents"

Parent Conference for Elementary - All students who have not met LBUSD promotion and retention criteria and are seriously at risk/below grade level standards will be contacted for a conference.


Parent Conferences for MS - Select parents will be contacted by the teacher for a conference. Access to your child's grades is always available through the SCHOOLLOOP.

Is your child accessing the "online" technology programs to support their success?

Please, make sure your child is using the program 30 minutes a night at home to reach GRADE LEVEL standards/goals!!! See online programs below

Registration is OPEN for your Kindergarten child for the new school year Fall 2019

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Kindergarten Festival @ Burcham Elementary, on Saturday March 9, 2019 9am-12pm

Burcham Elementary
5610 Monlaco Road
Long Beach, 90808

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

LCAP Summit

Save the Date: LCAP Forum Set for Mar. 2

The Long Beach Unified School District will co-host a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Community Forum with community groups from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 2 at Cabrillo High School, 2001 Santa Fe Avenue in Long Beach.

The event will help parents and community members learn about the district’s progress to close the achievement gap by making the most of state funding from the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Participants will have an opportunity to review and study school district data and budget information in order to contribute feedback about LBUSD’s use of LCFF funds in the next school year.

The LCAP Community Forum is one more way the district is engaging stakeholders in the planning process. For more information, visit www.lbschools.net.