Bixby Week #4 August 22, 2022

Wildcats

The Week Ahead

Monday 8-22-22

EL (English Learners) Meeting in Room 2 8:30 a.m.

Tuesday 8-23-22

Picture Day (Students/Staff)

Staff Picture 2:25 p.m. (Paradise Theme)

Staff Meeting Room 8 2:30 p.m. Mr. Ward

Wednesday 8-24-22

Complete “Data Confirmation”

Lunch Numbers going home to practice memorization

Thursday 8-25-22

College Attire

Friday 8-26-22

Family Friday’s with Mr. Harrington 8:30 a.m. Room 2

Earthquake Drill 9:20 a.m.

Is my child too sick for school?

In general, you should keep your child home from school or daycare when they have any of the following symptoms or illnesses:

Fever

Diarrhea

Vomiting

Certain illnesses and rashes like chickenpox, measles or hand, foot and mouth disease

A health care provider or school nurse can help you distinguish those illnesses and when your child is no longer contagious.

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NOTICE: HLPUSD In-Person/Virtual Regular Board Meeting on Thursday, August 25, 2022

August 25, 2022

5:00 p.m. Closed Session;

6:30 p.m. Open Session

TO VIEW VIA ZOOM:

Please visit the following link to register for Zoom:
https://hlpusd-k12-ca.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dZ1iFVirQs-28t2nkagN3g

TO VIEW ON YOUTUBE:

The link to the YouTube livestream will be available shortly before the meeting begins at: https://www.hlpschools.org/board.

The recorded video of the meeting will be available on the District YouTube page.

TO ATTEND IN-PERSON:

The Board meeting will be held at the District Office Board Room located at 15959 E. Gale Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91745.
Please note that proof of vaccination is required to attend in-person.

For those attending the meeting in-person, complete a speaker card upon entrance.

TO ADDRESS THE BOARD VIA ZOOM:

Please visit the following link and complete the google form between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting: https://forms.gle/oJFft8ue3fwcUmZ6A

Pursuant to Board Bylaw 9323, public comment on any one (1) agenda or non-agenda item is limited to three minutes per speaker, for a total of 15 minutes per topic. Anyone who would like to yield their time to another speaker, must complete the form and be present in the Zoom meeting or in-person. Those addressing the Board should join the meeting using the Zoom link to register and be ready to speak when called upon. Board President will call on you to verify that you will yield your time.

Meeting notices and agenda material are also posted on the District website at: https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/hlpusd/board.nsf/public

Annual English Learner Meeting Date: August 22, 2022 at 8:30 a.m. In-Person Room 2

Annual English Learner Meeting

School: Bixby Elementary Date: August 22, 2022 at 8:30 a.m.

In-Person Room 2

1.0 Welcome/Introduction(s) & HLPUSD Board Goals

2.0 English Learner Students

3.0 Goals of the English Learner Program

4.0 District Master Plan for English Learners

5.0 Home Language Survey

6.0 English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)

· Initial Assessment

· Summative Assessment

7.0 Federal Title Title I & Title III & State Requirements Initial and Annual Parent Notification Letters

8.0 Language Acquisition Programs

· Language Acquisition Programs offered at school site

9.0 Reclassification Criteria

10.0 English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)

· ELAC Responsibilities

11.0 Questions/Closing

EARTHQUAKE DRILL- Friday 8-26-22

Earthquakes strike without warning, life-protecting actions must be taken immediately at the first indication of ground shaking. There will not be time to think through what to do. Therefore, of all earthquake preparedness measures, earthquake drills are the most important. Their purpose is to help students (and staff) learn how to REACT immediately and appropriately. The essential components of earthquake drills are classroom discussions, demonstrations, and exercises designed to help students learn and practice WHERE to seek shelter and HOW to protect their heads and bodies from objects (e.g., debris from ceilings light fixtures, and shattered glass). Effective earthquake drills simulate (1) actions to be taken during an actual earthquake and (2) actions to be taken after the ground shaking stops. Building evacuation following an earthquake is imperative due to potential danger of fires or explosions. This section will help you determine: - What dangers to expect during an earthquake. - What quake-safe actions to take during an earthquake. - How to conduct classroom drills. - How to develop procedures for evacuating the school building after an earthquake. - How to practice and evaluate the effectiveness of your earthquake drills. Learn What to Expect During an Earthquake The first indication of a damaging earthquake may be a gentle shaking. You may notice the swaying of hanging plants and light fixtures, or hear objects wobbling on shelves. Or, you may be jarred first by a violent jolt (similar to a sonic boom). Or, you may hear a low (and perhaps very loud) rumbling noise. A second or two later, you’ll really feel the shaking; and, by this time, you’ll find it very difficult to move from one place to another. It’s important to take “quake-safe” action at the first indication of ground shaking. Don’t wait until you are certain an earthquake is occurring. As the ground shaking grows stronger, danger increases.

Family Friday 8:30 a.m. Room 2

A time to sit down with the Principal and discuss any topics related to improving “Bixby Elementary”.