Grant School Principal's Newsletter
March 7, 2016
Farmigo is coming!
Farmigo is a weekly online farmer's market where members shop for fresh produce, eggs, dairy, meats and more - all from local farms. The food is then conveniently delivered to Grant each week for you to pick up. A portion of sales will benefit garden education at Grant. It's a win-win-win, you can support our community of local farms, support Grant School and get delicious, fresh food!
JOIN at www.farmigo.com/grantelementary
SHOP! There’s no commitment to order, no minimums, and no delivery fees.
Place your order by Sunday at midnight each week.
On Wednesdays, you can pick up your order from 11:30 – 1:15pm at Grant School. First delivery will be Wednesday, March 16!
USE COUPON CODE LOCAL20 FOR 20% OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER!
Art Docent exhibit of student work on display at Copperfield's Book Store for the month of March
Auction items needed
1. Restaurant connections in San Francisco
2. Transportation connections (limo, towncar, etc) to/from San Francisco
3. Any leads on excursions or overnight stays (driving distance)
4. Donation of a goody basket ($100+ range) for the raffle
Please contact Lesley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parcel Tax Citizens' Oversight Committee has a Vacancy
Important update and guidance for LEAs regarding privacy of student data
A judicial ruling in a recent court case is impacting the sharing of student data in our state, this link will provide you with a summary of case: http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/order2016jan26.pdf?_cldee=Z2NhbGxhaGFuQHBldGsxMi5vcmc%3d
As a result of this ruling, neither your school, or the Petaluma City Schools Districts are being required to share student information, so it is not necessary to contact your school or the District if you are concerned. However, the California Department of Education (CDE) is being compelled by the judge to release information to attorneys working on a case. If you object to the CDE sharing information about your student(s) you can write a letter to the judge by following these steps: Include the name of the student on whose behalf the letter is written, the author's name and relationship to the student, the student's date of birth, county, school district, and school, and, if desired, the basis of the objection. Or you may file your objection by completing the attached form (http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/morganhillcase.asp?_cldee=Z2NhbGxhaGFuQHBldGsxMi5vcmc%3d) and follow the direction on the bottom of the form. If you have any question visit our district website at www.petalumacityschools.org