A Few Quick Updates

May 15, 2020

Spring Fling on Sunday, May 17th at 4:00pm

Please join us on Sunday for our annual Spring Fling event! PTA message below:

Hello Ohlone Families! The Spring Fling Talent Show is almost here! We will be debuting the video of all your wonderful talent on Sunday, May 17th at 4pm. In order to access this video, you will need to go to this link: Talent Show Folder

Go to this link TODAY and request access. If you have grandparents or other relatives that want to watch, they will need to request access as well. This will give you access to an empty folder. Then, on Sunday, May 17th, at 4pm, we will move the Talent Show video into this folder, and you can watch it from your computer, stream it to your TV, watch it on your phone, etc!

Check out our district shout out! An Ohlone Tradition in a New Landscape

Project Thank You

You may have heard from your child about Project Thank You. This is a project started by two fabulous UC Berkeley students who are trying to connect elementary students to our healthcare workers on the front line. Our Student Council is encouraging students to create a thank you note or other form of gratitude to virtually send to local medical staff.

If you would like your child to participate, you can submit their message here. You may also simply send the submission to this email, ravi.d@berkeley.edu. The flyer is below for more information. It is a great cause that will mean a lot to people who risk their lives every day.

Backstage with the Superintendent

The PAUSD webinar series, “Backstage with the Superintendent” will be hosted by thoughtexchange on May 18, at 5:30pm to gather the community's thoughts about reopening schools in the future.

The webinar will be immediately posted to YouTube at the same address and thoughtexchange data collection will continue through May 22. The webinar can be accessed at https://go.pausd.org/backstage-webinar. If successful, PAUSD has plans to use thoughtexchange for several closure / reopening dialogues in the near future.

Previous Backstages

The previously recorded “Backstage with the Superintendent” highlighted community outreach efforts to assist those needing help during the extended closure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNU8868sKrg&t=6s

The previously recorded “Backstage with the Superintendent” included interviews with two students (1stand 2nd grade), two elementary school principals, and two classified support workers.

Have a great weekend fabulous parents! You deserve it!