San Vicente School Weekly Bulletin
A Professional Learning Community--March 9-13, 2020
***********Parent Conference Week Edition***********
KUDOS----to Ms. Mosqueda and Dr. Bailey. One of Betty's students was facing a very difficult health and safety situation once he was already home. Both went to assist and stayed with the child and his sibling the whole time until the immediate need was met. Thank you ladies for going above and beyond!
Corona Virus--some basic tips
*Wash your hands frequently and allows students to do the same
*Avoid touching your face (eyes, nose and mouth) if at all possible
*If you see any ill children with flu like symptoms, refer them to our health aide.
*Stay informed--here is a key website: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/nCOV2019.aspx.
Bright Spots Recognition---LCAP Goal 2: Proficiency for All
On March 5th, Dr. Bailey, myself and district representatives attended an event at CSUMB where San Vicente Elementary was recognized for its academic growth. The Bright Futures organization is a conglomerate of Monterey County education leaders and community parters that has set specific goals in seven (7) goal areas. We were the only school south of Gonzales recognized in the category of academic growth in Language and Literacy (Goal 3). We are considered a "Super Duper" school due to demonstrated growth for four (4) subgroups and therefore a Bright Spot!
This is a direct result of the hard work of the teachers and staff at San Vicente. The admin team members present at the ceremony were just representatives. Here is the link to their website. Please explore and enjoy: https://brightfuturesmc.org/en/home-2/
Dr. Seuss Day at San Vicente School
Elieen Repka, from Solution Tree, training some of our lower grade teachers
Teacher Supervision Schedule
Parent Corner---LCAP Goal 4: Parent Involvement
This week we are carrying out spring parent conferences. Teachers have been busily preparing to ensure your experience is solid and informative. Do know that if your child is doing great, your conference is optional. However, you have the option to request one so please reach out to your child's teacher if you'd like to do so. Enjoy your conference!
Esta semana estamos llevando a cabo las conferencias de primavera. Los maestros se han estado preparando con ganas para que tengan una experiencia informativa. Deben saber que si su hijo/a va muy bien su conferencia es optional. Pero ustedes tienen la opción de programar una junta. Si ese es el caso, favor de contactar a su maestro/a. !Que disfruten de su conferencia!
Quote of the Week:
"No school can work well for children if parents and teachers do not act in partnership on behalf of the children's best interests."~Dorothy H Cohen
BOOKS READ: 16,960 (TOP IN THE DISTRICT)
WORDS READ: 63,411,090
AR % LEVEL SCHOOL-WIDE: 85.8%
WEEKLY TOP AR READERS WITH HIGHEST PASSING % RATE
Kinder: Frankie Rocha Maldonado 2.5 pts, 100%
1st Gr: Damian Sicairos 3.3 pts, 92.9%
2nd Gr:Gram Baltes 15.2 pts, 98.3%
3rd Gr: Diego Jimenez 9.2 pts, 86%
4th Gr: Rachel Zavala-Molina 7 pts, 100%
5th Gr: Nehvyna Hernandez 29 pts, 100%
6th Gr: Kevin Majano-Trujillo 18.8 pts, 85%
JANUARY TOP AR CLASSES WITH HIGHEST PASSING % RATE
Kinder: Saccone 99.5%
1st Grade: Mosqueda 88.5%
2nd Grade: Gomez 87.8%
3rd Grade: Mrs. Ceja 86.8%
4th Grade: Solorio 87.6
5th Grade: Mr. Ceja 87.5%
6th Grade: Pantoja 86.1%