Weekly Update

October 17, 2022

Messages from Miss Angela

The next couple of weeks the campus will be abuzz with excitement. This Wednesday is our annual "Pink Out Day". We dedicate this day to serving our greater community and collecting donations for two important cancer organizations in our valley, Michelle's Place and CJ's Smile. Both non-profit organizations support families in our community. Students who choose to participate may wear as much pink as they'd like and make a donation to our efforts. The day will culminate with our two football home games at 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. There will be activities and raffles at the halftimes of each game with several different prizes including some gift boxes from Temecula Olive Oil Company. Students need to make donations in their classroom and raffle packages can also be purchased through their teacher.


Next week is Red Ribbon Week. This year's theme is "Celebrate life. Live drug-free." On Monday, students can wear any colorful shoes to school to "shoe away drugs". On Tuesday, we "partner up against drugs" with Twin Day. On Wednesday we dress for our future on Career Day. This is also an opportunity for the parents to share a presentation about their careers. Contact your teacher if you'd like to present or visit a classroom. Thursday is Minion Day because, why not? And Friday we wear red to show our commitment to living a drug-free life.


Friday, October 28th we will host our Annual VAP Family Pumpkin Showcase. (see info below)

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End of Quarter One and Conferences

November 2nd marks the end of the first quarter. Thursday, November 3rd is a staff work day, no school. Friday, November 4th is parent conferences. Parents with students in grades K-5 will receive information to sign-up for a specific time. Parents with middle school students can visit any and all teachers on November 4th from 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Conferences will be held in rooms 20, 21, 22, and the Science Lab.

NFL Flag Football League

Any students interested in signing up for our league, please sign-up in the office by 10/31.
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Halloween, 10-31

Students in kindergarten through fifth grade may wear costumes to school on Halloween. However, as a reminder students may not wear masks. Middle school students will dress as "spooky scientists" because they spend their day leading fun science activities for the lower grades.
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Final Reminders

-Morning drop-off has moved back to the gymnasium.

-Make-up picture day is November 8th.