Roadrunner Updates 🍧
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Can you believe the 2020-2021 school year is almost over, and summer break is around the corner? It is so hard to believe that I am writing the final Roadrunner Updates newsletter of the school year! It seems like such a short time ago; we welcomed our young Roadrunners virtually on the first day of school during distance learning. It has been quite the school year with many challenges and obstacles that we were forced to overcome. With that being said, our teachers and students met these challenges head-on and made growth in many ways, especially in technology!
June continues to have great learning opportunities, and we want all students to take full advantage. We look forward to the last month of school with all of you. Our students must continue to work hard on academics through the end of the school year and keep solid routines at home through summer. Thank YOU and our ENTRE STAFF for an amazing, unprecedented school year and for all of the work you all have done to support our Roadrunners and help them persevere and grow.
Please remain safe and healthy, and enjoy your summer. We can't wait to see you ALL in person for the 2021-2022 school year!
IMPORTANT ITEMS! 📣
🙋♂️ Hybrid Schedule for June 17 & 18: All students(Cohort A & B) attend both days. 🙋♀️
Tri. 3 Report Cards
Report cards will be sent home with students on Friday, June 18th.
STAR Test Reports
This summer, you will be receiving the results of the STAR Reading and STAR Math reports via mail, in place of STATE TEST results. STAR Reading: Grades 2-5 and STAR Math: Grades 3-5.
ASES Program 21-22
Our after-school ASES enrollment for the 21-22 school year is happening now! This will be in person, daily after school. Stop by the office to pick up an ASES packet. If your child's teacher sent home a packet, turn it in ASAP so that your student's spot is not taken!
STAR Test Reports
June is Children's Awareness, Student Safety, and Children's Vision Awareness Month!
May 31: Memorial Day- NO SCHOOL
June 1: Last day for Hueneme at Home Academy priority enrollment. Click this link if you are interested: https://forms.gle/C4NwEiHb9uAuA4vG7
June 16: All Technology Device Collection: Hybrid Cohort A
June 17: All Technology Device Collection: Hybrid Cohort B
June 18: All Technology Device and Textbook Collection: Hueneme at Home Academy
June 17 & 18: Hybrid Schedule change, all students, Cohorts A &B, attend school from 8:15-9:45
June 18: Last Day of School
August 26: First Day of School 2021-22
COLLECTING ALL TEXTBOOKS!📙📒
HUENEME AT HOME STUDENTS: Textbooks and technology will be collected on June 18 in front of Larsen School, at the roundabout from 8:45 am - 11:00 am.
NEW STUDENTS SUMMER REGISTRATION📌
New Regestiring Students, Larsen's office will be open in July and August for new student registration. Please visit our website later this month to see the dates and times.
Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Registration for the 2021-22 school year has begun. Parents and guardians may pick up registrations at our front office.
Children who turn five years old on or before September 1, 2021, are eligible for Kindergarten. Children who will turn five between September 2 and December 2 are eligible for Transitional Kindergarten (TK).
Does your child have COVID-19 Symptoms?
- Keep the sick student and siblings' home from school
- Notify the school office of the illness
- If you would like, test the student for COVID-19 (Link to places to receive COVID -19 test:
- If you decide to test for COVID-19, notify the school of the results
- Return to school on the date given to you by the school nurse or office staff member
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore THroat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
Medications at School
If your student needs to take medications while on campus, please ensure that you have the proper paperwork completed and returned to the school office as soon as possible. The Medication Form can be picked up in the office; please contact the school if you are unsure if you have submitted the form for this school year.
Friendly reminder of our school uniform for next school year 2021-2022
Make time to read and listen to stories this summer! 📗📘🌊🌞
Have questions? Contact us!
CURRENT OFFICE HOURS
7:45 AM - 1:00 PM,
We can also help you outside of these hours by appointment.
There are many ways to get in contact with your teacher.
- Contact your teacher during his/her office hours
- Dial (805)986-8740 and your teacher's extension
- Check in to your synchronous classes each day
- Message them using seesaw or Google Classroom