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Meadow Heights Elementary School 4/22/22

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Dear Families,

Today was a fun day for our students celebrating Earth Day. Thanks to our Student Council Earth Day Team for creating presentations and quizzes for our students. Check out their creative and fun work that was shared with our students to celebrate Earth Day!

The week of May 2nd is a special week for our staff. This is a time when our students and their families show how much they appreciate the time, work, and dedication we put into Meadow Heights. Please take a look at the flyer below to see the daily celebrations for Staff Appreciation Week.

The Stampede will be on May 6. We need more parent volunteers to assure this event runs smoothly. Remember, this is the first event open to all families on campus. Since this is an outdoor event, you will not have to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test. We hope to see many of our families at school on May 6 for our annual Stampede!

Spring Stampede: Volunteers Needed

Please come on May 6 to volunteer for the Stampede. Since this is an outdoor event, proof of vaccination or negative covid tests is not required. Use this sign-up form to choose how you would like to volunteer.

Stampede volunteer link

Stampede Grade Level Times

9:10-9:30 Kindergarten & First Grade

9:50-10:20 Second & Third Grades

11:00-11:30 Fourth & Fifth Grades

Student Council Earth Day Team

Take a look to see what our students created for our classrooms today. Thanks to Ms. McCormick, Ms. Bosque, and Ms. Endow for leading the team in this work!

Earth Day Presentation Link

Powerpoint Quiz Link or Kahoot Quiz Link

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Autism Acceptance Month

This April, the Autism Society of America is proud to continue its fourth annual #CelebrateDifferences campaign in honor of Autism Acceptance Month. Everyday, we work to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community to live fully. We believe that acceptance is creating a world where everyone in the Autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it. And by everyone, we mean every unique individual: the implacable, imitable, and irreplaceable you.


Resourcefulness is the ability to find answers to questions using the resources available; finding creative solutions to problems.

What It Might Look Like

  • Actively seeking and finding answers to questions
  • Rereading the directions
  • Remembering something you used previously to help with a similar situation
  • Looking through your work area for what you need
  • Considering a different way to approach the situation
  • Making something new from something old

Local Control Accountability Plan Family Engagement Sessions

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Family Education Opportunities in the Community


***NEW*** Second Harvest distributes food at College Park Elementary every other Saturday from 9 - 10:30 a.m.

For more information on resources for parents, including food and shelter, check out the SMFCSD Wellness Resources webpage.

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April/May Dates To Remember

4/22 Earth Day

5/2-5/6 Staff Appreciation Week

5/6 Stampede

5/16 Principal's Coffee Chat

5/19 PTA Mtg., 6:30

5/23 School Site Council, 3:00-4:00

5/30 Memorial Day, No School

6/2 Student-Led Conferences, 4:00-6:00 PM

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Meadow Heights Spirit Wear

Purchase your Meadow Heights t-shirt, sweatshirt, hat, or other spirit wear here.

Meadow Heights Elementary School

Principal: Stephanie Fraumeni

Administrative Assistant: Janine Wrightson

School Office Assistant & Bilingual Community Worker: Erica Fowler

2619 Dolores Street l San Mateo l CA 94403

Office: 650-312-7566 Attendance: 650-312-7568

Office Hours: 8:00-4:00