Mulino Mustang News
March 19, 2023
Dear Mulino Families,
Thank you to all of the families that were able to meet with our teachers this past week. The school and home connection is a vital component of our student's success. We truly appreciate the time and hard work that goes into establishing as well as maintaining open lines of communication.
Did you know that students with regular attendance (attending school 90% or more of the time) are more likely to succeed? Attendance is important for all grades. For example, students with chronic absenteeism, missing 10% or more of school are less likely to master reading by the end of third grade. Absences impact your student whether they are excused or unexcused absences.
At Mulino Elementary, students missing 18 or more days of school in a year are considered chronically absent. Currently, 38% of Mulino Elementary students are considered Chronically Absent, with attendance below 90%.
Parents and guardians can monitor their student’s attendance through ParentVue (contact our office if you need assistance). We know there are many obstacles that can impact students attending school from mental and physical needs to other barriers. If you need assistance with food, transportation, mental or physical health resources, or tips and tricks to support attendance please let us know. We’re happy to help.
We are looking forward to a great week,
Families and students of incoming kindergarteners are encouraged to attend this in-person event to learn more about kindergarten at Mulino. This will also be an opportunity for families to access our online registration tool.
If you are unable to make this event, please register your child, online, beginning April 14.
A big thank you to our parent group for supporting our 4th graders in attending swimming lessons.
Our 5th graders will begin swimming on April 3-14th. Please ensure your student has a swimsuit that fits and they feel comfortable wearing it.
Car Line Reminders
When dropping off in the car lane, be sure to do the following:
- Have your children gather backpacks, coats, etc. once you enter the car lane so they are ready to go when you reach the drop-off zone
- Pull forward in the drop-off zone as far as you can
- Once stopped within the drop-off zone, please let your child out. Please don't stop early as this causes the line to slow for everyone
- Drivers remain in the vehicle if possible while students exit cars
- If you need to assist your child in exiting the vehicle, please exit as quickly as possible
- Watch for and follow signals from our staff
- Students arriving after 9:10 AM will be directed to enter the school through the main office
Mulino Parent Group
Hello Mulino Families!
Our March meeting will be Wednesday the 22nd at 6:30 pm. This meeting is open to all parents and guardians! Come share your ideas and give your feedback! We will be in person at the school with a zoom option as well.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 710 4450 2091
We will be hosting our Carnival on April 14, following Kindergarten Round-Up, we need lots of volunteers to make this successful. If you are able to help plan, set up, clean up, or work at a booth please let us know as soon as possible.
If you have any questions or would like to help in any way with our school please contact email@example.com
Safe Oregon provides 24/7 services for Oregonians to anonymously or confidentially report student safety concerns (suicidal ideation/thoughts, cyberbullying, child abuse, drug/alcohol abuse, etc.) and will pass this information on to school personnel and law enforcement (when necessary).
You can file a confidential report by:
Text or call 844-472-3367
Report on the https://www.safeoregon.com tip line
March 27 - 31 - Spring Break
April 14 - Kindergarten Round-up @ 5:00 pm
April 14 - Mulino Carnival @ 6:00 pm
May 1-5 - Staff Appreciation Week
May 5 - Teacher Workday
May 29 - Memorial Day
June 7-9 - 5th Grade Outdoor School
June 13 - Field Day
June 14 - 5th Grade Celebration
June 15 - Last Day of School (1/2 day)
Mission: Success for All Students
Vision: All members of our community are committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning environment that cultivates empathy, provides challenging opportunities, and fosters lifelong learning.