OUR TIGER BLAST! January 30, 2022

Parkridge's Bi-Monthly Newsletter

Ms. Adame's Assistant Principal's Message

Dear Parkridge Families,

I hope this Tiger Blast finds you and your loved ones enjoying health, prosperity, and Joy!

As we begin the month of February and we find ourselves surrounded by images of hearts and love, I would like to focus on the idea of RELATIONSHIPS.

Our Parkridge Learning Community is comprised of amazing Staff, Teachers, Families, Community Members, and students. We have been given an opportunity to work together, so that All of our students are successful. WE All want our students to feel safe, confident, connected, and engaged. The truth is that We All want the same things for ourselves and our loved ones.

As we develop and strengthen those relationships, daily Attendance is crucial. Each time your child is absent, he or she misses opportunities to grow and develop academically, socially, and emotionally. It is through these daily interactions that your student will feel connected to peers, staff, and the Parkridge Learning Community. Also, when your children are not present others are not able to learn from them. When Our Tigers are absent they are missed!

We continue to work on ways to improve all relationships so that students benefit. Whether it be training for staff to better communicate expectations to students or meetings with families, the goal is that we listen to each other and learn how to make Parkridge a better place for us All. We are better together!

So for this month of February, I ask that we focus on the importance of relationships between home and school. Please remember our school motto:


With gratitude,

Suzanne Elizarrarás Adame , Assistant Principal


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February 7th- Spring Picture Day

February 9th- ELAC Meeting (flyer below)

February 14th- No School (Lincoln's Birthday)

February 16th- ELAC Information Night

February 21st- No School (President's Day)

PTA needs YOU!!

Looking for ways to be more involved in your child's school? Join our PTA Board! We are currently looking for nominations for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.

Why join PTA?

It's fun!: Helping with school events is fun and rewarding. You can make a difference in our school.

Children benefit: Research shows that engaging in your child's school helps them perform better academically.

Make connections: Get to know teachers, staff, and other parents on a different level and build strong relationships that can last years!

If you are interested in joining our PTA Board please fill out our Board Interest Form by clicking the link below:


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Counselor's Corner

January is a great time to reflect on the past year. It's a time to say goodbye to the challenges you faced in 2021 and hello to positives that lie ahead! Over the next few weeks, take some time to ask your child what they will take from 2021? What did they learn? What would they change? Extend that conversation and ask them what goals or wishes they have for 2022? Share your goals and wishes for the new year with them as well! Small conversations go a long way. It's important to keep the lines of communication between you and your children open. Wishing everyone a great year ahead!

Congrats to Parkridge's Spelling Bee Champion!!

Congratulations to 4th grader Ivan Magaña for winning our school's Spelling Bee. He will represent Parkridge at the district level Spelling Bee. Best of luck, we are cheering for you!!


Your orders are here! Students will start receiving their T-shirts as they complete their first 25 mile goal. If you ordered a shirt and have not yet received it keep motivating your child to complete their laps and get those miles in!

We had fun on Friday showing off our 100 Mile Club spirit by wearing our new shirts!

If you missed the chance to place an order for shirts/ incentives you will have a second chance to do so sometime in February, be on the lookout for that flyer coming home soon.

Thank you for all your support, get out there and "Go for the Gold!!"

"With great power, there must also come great responsibility." - Spider-Man

All students have been issued District devices and this technology is intended to support student learning. In order to use the technology at an optimal level, it is fundamental that students are caring for their Chromebooks and meeting expectations of proper usage and maintenance. This includes fully charging the device prior to coming to school. Each device (which includes the charger) is assigned to a student , just like a school textbook. If the device and charger are lost or damaged it will be treated like a damaged or lost textbook or library book, which means fines will be charged. Please ensure that your student is responsible with their Chromebooks and chargers, as they are intended to support their learning.

If you have any questions or concerns,

please contact Ms. Adame, Assistant Principal , sadame@cnusd.k12.ca.us

Here is a commonly asked question:

Do families need to sign the Mobile Device Check-out agreement form?

No for the 2021-22 school year any Chromebook/hotspot check-outs are covered under the policy AR 8560. The policy is referenced in the Parent/Student handbook which parents/student acknowledge and confirm was read at the time of online registration.

In July of 2021 a section was also added to ParentConnect for parents to confirm that they have read the policy as part of online registration. Any parents that already completed online registration will not need to go back to confirm the policy. Parents that go into ParentConnect to make changes or with students that are new to the district will need to confirm the policy.


Don't miss out on great memories, buy a Yearbook today!

It's not too late to get your hands on our yearbook from last school year. We have them available for an amazing price of only $5. Come in to our front office and purchase one before they run out. Don't miss out on this great deal and an opportunity to keep these awesome memories alive forever.

Parkridge PTA Membership / Use this link to join our Tiger Family and enjoy some FUN!

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Resources for Students at Home!

Dear CNUSD Students and Families,

We are thinking about you and wishing you wellness in the form of creativity, nature, cooking, and more. We hope this virtual care package brings you joy and strength!


Your CNUSD Elementary School Counselors

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School Uniform Policy

ALL STUDENTS must be in uniform.

Tops: Navy Blue, Black, or White polo shirt, or our very own spirit wear.

Bottoms: Khaki

Spirit wear can be purchased in our front office. We offer t-shirts, non-hooded sweaters, and hooded sweaters all in navy blue, black, and white.
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District Devices

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