Friday, September 30th, 2022
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Calendar of Upcoming Events
10/3 - 10/11: Minimum Days for Parent/Teacher Conferences
TK & K: 1:00
1st, 2nd & 3rd: 1:15
4th & 5th: 1:25
Mon., 10/3: Home & School Club Meeting 7:00pm
Wed., 10/5: Walk N Roll Day
Sat. 10/8: Goodwill donation truck at District Office 9am-1pm
10/3-10/12: Minimum Days - Parent/Teacher Conferences
Wed. 10/5: International Walk and Roll Day
Wed., 10/19: Bike Rodeo: Back Playground 3:00pm-4:30 pm
Thurs. 10/20: Next Board Member Office Hours at Farnham School 7:30-10am
Sat. 10/22: Monster Boogie Bash 5:30pm-8:30pm
*School District Calendar Below : School Calendar 2022-2023
*Fammatre Bell Schedule: Fammatre Bell Schedule
Minimum Days Next Week
Beginning Monday, October 3rd, though Tuesday, October 11th, ALL students will be on our Short Day Schedule and will release early.
TK & Kinders: 1:00
1st, 2nd, & 3rd: 1:15
4th & 5th: 1:25
Next week begins our Fall Goal Setting Conferences: Oct. 3-11
Please remember that All students will release on our Short Day Schedule for all 7 days.
These conferences are opportunities for parents/guardians to meet with their child's teacher to discuss areas of strengths and difficulty. We also want this to be an opportunity to get to know each other and strengthen the ties between home and school. Please let the teacher know what support you feel you need to foster and participate in the learning that happens at school.
This week at Fammatre, several of our grade levels filled their token towers. This is an exciting accomplishment! Inquire if your student's class was one of the grade levels to achieve this feat. We also had our first Student Advisory Board meeting of the year. We discussed ways we could make Fammatre an even better place to learn and many great ideas were generated. We also discussed spirit days for the school year. Next week, all students will vote for the top choices.
Fammatre Giving Campaign
Giving Campaign Facts:
Did you know that the Home and School Club funds our wonderful Makerspace area, plus our fantastic Makerspace teacher, Mrs. Voss? The contributions to our Giving Campaign last year have made it possible for our kids to have Makerspace time every other week instead of every three weeks this year. We hope to keep this up by achieving our Giving Campaign goal this year. The kids have been loving their time in the bigger Makerspace classroom and this time is a highlight of many kids' weeks. Our kids are learning valuable STEM theories and learning how to apply them to real-world concepts, while strengthening their teamwork skills. We are so lucky to have such an engaging and fun space and we could not do it without your generous support to our Giving Campaign. You can donate for this year via PayPal, Venmo, or by check made out to the FHSC (reference Giving Campaign). You may also donate at fammatrehsc.com.
Click here to donate:
Student Social Emotional Well-Being
In order to learn more about student experiences, Cambrian School District is partnering with Kelvin Education to conduct student surveys for students TK-5th grade. Through these surveys, the school will gain valuable information about the social-emotional needs of our students and the climate and culture of our schools. The results of these surveys help inform both school-based and district-wide initiatives to support the social and emotional health of our community. If you would like to opt your child out of participating in the surveys please download and print the form below and return to our school office by October 14.
Walk To School Day: Wed., October 5th
All volunteers at Fammatre must complete the Volunteer Code of Conduct Form before working in a classroom or helping out on campus. Volunteers must sign in at the front office and wear a visitor sticker upon arrival. Copies of the form are also available in the school office. *Covid Vaccinations Cards are not required at this time.
Free & Reduced Lunch Application Form
Please complete the Free & Reduced Meal Program process to take advantage of benefits that help your family and help Bagby. Bagby could possibly get valuable Title I funding based on the number of participants in the Free & Reduced Meal Program. However, since all school meals have been at no cost to families this year, fewer families who would normally be a part of the program have completed the form.
Use the link on theFree & Reduced Meal Application for the Free and Reduced Lunch Application. If you have any questions about Titan or the free meals application form, please contact Chris Battaglia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home & School Club Happenings
Monster Boogie Bash: Sat.,Oct. 22nd
We need volunteers! Monster Boogie Bash is rapidly approaching on Saturday, October 22nd.
Sign up to volunteer to help with set up or working a shift at the event with the ink below. We need lots of help!
Boo grams and Monster Boogie Bash tickets will go on sale October 1st.
Art Visa Training Dates
If you signed up to help as an Art Vista Docent this year or if you'd like to help out with this program in your child's classroom our training dates are listed below. If you have any conflicts, we can hold a make-up session towards the end of October.
Trainings will take place in the school cafeteria on the following dates and times:
Kindergarten & first grades had their meetings last week.
2nd Grade - Monday, Oct. 3rd *5:00-6:30pm
3rd Grade- Tuesday, Oct. 4th *6:00-7:30pm
4th Grade - Wednesday, Oct. 5th *6:00-7:30
5th Grade- Thursday, Oct. 6th *6:00-7:30pm
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us:
Gloria Ebner - 650-218-8041
Nicole Ramirez - 408-628-2099
Little Mermaid Theater Production
Theater production rehearsals will begin soon and there are only a few spots left. Sign up before it’s too late. Open to all 3rd-5th graders