JROB BALLPARK NEWS

January 7 - 11, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 ~ ELAC meeting @ 8:30am in Cafeteria

Please join us for our ELAC meeting taking place in the Cafeteria

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 ~ SSC meeting @ 1:30pm in Cafeteria

Please join us for our School Site Council meeting

End of 1st Semester - January 25, 2019

MS - Report Card - ONLINE access for parents - 1


Elementary Achievement Report - will be mailed


**Students in grades 1-5, must pass LBUSD Board Policy for Retention in reading and math

Celebrating College and Career Readiness - 1/29/2019


We need parents and community friends/supporters for the 10th annual Jackie Robinson’s Career Day that will take place on Wednesday, January 29, 2019.


If you would like to speak and share your career and business with our students, we welcome you to participate. Please stop by the office to sign up.With kids in mind

5th to 6th Grade Middle School Choice Process

Important 5th grade information


All 5th grade parents will need to complete an “online” application for their child to enroll in a LBUSD Middle School. Parents will be able to access their “online” application through their ParentVUE account only.


A special informational Parent Night for 5th grade parents will be held at Robinson on January 30th, at 6:00 pm in the library.

Support/help is available for students via the following tutorials beginning in FEBRUARY

Study Hall - M, T & Th of each week: Rm 26 for MS and Rm 6 for ES

8th grade Math - M & T - Licano @ 2:20

8th grade ELA - M & T - Mendenhall @ 2:20

Uniform & OUTERWEAR - REMINDER as we return from Break

Please be reminded of the "OUTERWEAR" uniform expectations are as follows:


K8 Outerwear Navy Blue or School Spirit Wear (only)


JROB dress for success **Every Tuesday – Thursday

Elementary Students Blue bottoms & white collared shirt Middle Students Kaki bottoms ONLY and Black or white collared shirt


Spirit Wear T-SHIRT Days are Monday & Friday


K8 Outerwear Navy Blue or School Spirit Wear (only)

The flu is going around....ways to PROTECT YOURSELF and YOUR STUDENTS

Action Steps for Parents to Prevent the Spread of Flu. Take the following steps ALL the time and not only during a flu pandemic to help keep your students and yourself from getting sick with flu:

1. Educate and encourage students to cover their mouth and nose with a tissue when they cough or sneeze. Also, provide them with easy access to tissues. Remind them to cover coughs or sneezes using their elbow instead of their hand when a tissue is not available.


2. Remind students to practice good hand hygiene and provide the time and

supplies (easy access to running water and soap or alcohol-based hand cleaners) for them to wash their hands as often as necessary.


3. Be a good role model by practicing good hand hygiene and covering your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.


4. Sick people should stay at home until at least 24hours after they no longer have a fever or signs of a fever (without the use of fever reducing medicine).


5. Clean surfaces and items that are more likely to have frequent hand contact

such as door knobs, light switches, refrigerator handles & cell phones with disinfectant cleaning agents that are usually used to clean these areas.