February 11 - 15, 2019

Robinson Celebrated Day 100! and 100 Days of Success in JROB Nation!

Just a quick note say THANK YOU, parents, for your support to ensure your child's success. This has been an awesome year and students are making great strides to meet and exceed grade level standards. We still have a long way to go for "ALL STUDENTS SUCCESS" but increased motivation and willingness to work hard through a growth mindset to achieve is evident.

Please click the embedded link to access Dr. Miller's Coffee Hour presentation form 2/6/2019. The presentation shares our school's progress K-8 for the 1st 100 days:


I am quite concerned regarding attendance and tardies. To reach goals students must be here every day and on time (7:55 for Middle School in their seat and 8:00 for Elementary in their seat....not coming through the gate).

Let us continue to work collaboratively together: Robinson Staff and Robinson Parents for our JROB DOLPHINS!

Respectfully - With Kids in Mind, Dr. Miller

Monday, February 11th - Lincoln's Birthday - NO SCHOOL


The earliest known observance of Lincoln's birthday occurred in Buffalo, New York, in either 1873 or 1874. Julius Francis (d. 1881), a Buffalo druggist, made it his life's mission to honor the slain president. He repeatedly petitioned Congress to establish Lincoln's birthday as a legal holiday.[5]

The day is marked by traditional wreath-laying ceremonies at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site in Hodgenville, Kentucky, and at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.. The latter has been the site of a ceremony ever since the Memorial was dedicated. Since that event in 1920, observances continue to be organized by the Lincoln Birthday National Commemorative Committee and by the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS). A wreath is laid on behalf of the President of the United States, a custom also carried out at the grave sites of all deceased U.S. presidents on their birthdays. Lincoln's tomb is in Springfield, Illinois.

Friday, Febraury 15 - Spring Picture day

Free Dress is ONLY for those students that are taking pictures, buying pictures & have their picture packets with them on picture day. Any other student that comes out of uniform will have to serve detention for "out of uniform" violation.

Community Kindness Challenge for Parents

Dear JROB Parents,

  1. Please complete the sentence on the heart.

  2. Cut out the heart.

  3. Return the heart to school by February 13.

We will create a beautiful display at the entry of our school.

Thank you for sharing your precious children with us.

Dr. Damita Myers-Miller

Big picture

February 13 - ELAC meeting 8:30am - Cafe Stage

- District DCAC representative

- EL Data/Semester 1

- At home "online" resources to support your child's success

February 13 - SSC meeting 1:30pm - Cafe Stage


- Schoolwide Student Achievement Date for Semester 1

- Funding Personnel/Categorical for 19-20

- Resources to support student intervention

Report Cards and Achievement Reports - Now Available/Check your PARENTVUE

MS - Report Card - ONLINE access for parents through PARENTVUE and SCHOOLLOOP - February 6, 2019

Elementary Achievement Report - ONLINE access for parents through PARENTVUE - February 12, 2019 (Parents able to view Achievement Report)

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

Support/help is available for students via the following tutorials

Study Hall: 2:15 - 3:00

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Rm 6 (ES) & Rm 26 (MS)

Tutoring: 2:15 - 3:00
8th grade - Ms. Mendenhall & Mr. Licano
3rd grade - Dr. Klopfer

Is your child accessing the "online" technology programs to support their success? Please, make sure your child is using the program 30 minutes a night at home to reach GRADE LEVEL standards/goals!!!

March 1, 2019 - Green Eggs & Ham - Dr. Seuss Birthday

Non-student price = $3
Cash only, please bring exact change or small bills

Uniform & OUTERWEAR - REMINDER as we return from Break

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

Outerwear Navy Blue, Black or Gray & School Spirit Wear (only)

JROB dress for success **Every Tuesday – Thursday

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

Spirit Wear T-SHIRT Days are Monday & Friday

2019-20 Kindergarten Registration Information

If you have children 5 years old, (or will be 5 by September 1st, 2019), they are eligible to enroll into Kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year. Students with a birthdate between September 2–December 2, 2014 are eligible for the Transitional Kindergarten Program (TK)

Remember that your child must:

« Live within the Robinson area

- OR -

« Have an approved *School of Choice Application at Robinson

*Subject to restrictions. Applications available February 12 – March 22 via ParentVue only


Beginning: Monday, January 28, 2019 from 7:30AM – 3:30 PM. All new enrollment will be submitted on line through ParentVue only. You will be asked to bring the following documents with you at the time of your appointment:

« Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate or Passport

« Immunization Records (must be up-to-date at the time of appointment)

« 2 Proofs of Address (Utility Bill, Rental Agreement or Receipt, Government Correspondence)

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me Ms. Maritza,Enrollment Clerk



Si tienen niños de 5 años de edad, (o cumplirán los 5 para el 1ro de septiembre, 2019), son elegibles para inscribirse a Kinder para el año escolar 2019-2020.

Los niños cuales su cumpleaños son 2 de septiembre – 2 de diciembre, 2014 son elegible para el programa de Kinder Transicional.

Recuerde que su hijo(a) debe:

« Vivir dentro del área de Robinson

- O -

« Tener en una *Aplicación de Escuela de Elección aprobada en Robinson.

* Sujeta a restricciones. Aplicaciones serán aceptadas febrero 12 – marzo 22, por ParentVue solamente.


Todas las inscripciones nuevas serán presentadas por ParentVue solamente. Por favor pida un paquete de inscripción en la oficina de Robinson, empezando el lunes, 28 de enero de 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Todas las inscripciones nuevas serán presentadas por ParentVue solamente. También, se le pedirá que traiga los siguientes documentos con usted, el día de su cita (pide una cita por telefono).

« Certificado de Nacimiento, Certificado de Bautismo o Pasaporte

« Record de Vacunas (debe estar al corriente el día de su cita)

«Comprobante de Dirección (Factura de utilidad, Contrato de Renta o Recibo, Correspondencia Gubernamental). Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude en llamarme. Sra Maritza, Secretaria de Inscripciones