San Vicente School Weekly Bulletin

A Professional Learning Community--December 2-6, 2019

A Time to be Thankful

Dear Staff,

Recently, a number of us have dealt some heartbreaking difficulties related to health as well as the loss of some dear relatives. As San Vicente family interconnected by professional relations and cemented together by long friendships, we grieve together. To all those who have faced the difficulties directly: we offer our understanding, moral support and pledge to be with you every step of the way.

To all of us: let's take time to reflect on the parts of life that are most valuable and let's count our blessings. Let's look out for each other; let's encourage one another; and let's support one another in taking care of our health, our families and to value what matters most. As one of the staff members facing grief stated, the best thing we can do is love and value those that that are nearest and dearest to us.

As we go into Thanksgiving break and the holiday season, please meditate and value life, good health and take time to express your love to those you cherish.


Sincerely,

San Vicente Admin Team

Important Events This Week:

Dec. 2- IEP Marathon Day

Dec. 3- STA Meeting 3:45pm SV Multi

Dec. 4- Migrant Winter Festival SV Multi 6pm

Dec. 5- Fire Drill 2pm

Dec. 6- Fun Friday

Dec. 6- 6th Grade at CSUMB

Upcoming Events:


Dec. 9- IEP Marathon Day

Dec. 10- Staff PD 3:25pm

Dec. 11- Pre-school Winter Program SV Multi 5:00pm

Dec. 11- School Board Meeting 7pm

Dec. 12- Lock Down Drill 9am

Dec. 13- PAW Store

Teacher Supervision Schedule

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COLD AND FLU SEASON IS HERE

With the arrival of the holiday season comes cold weather and flu related illnesses. Parents, please make sure your child comes to school nice and bundled up. Also, don't forget to check the Lost and Found basket for misplaced jackets and sweaters. Remember, we need your child at school each and every day. However, should your child be sick and contagious, s/he must stay home. Please do contact our attendance office whenever that is the case. Have a great Thanksgiving break!

Con la llegada de la temporada de fiestas navideñas, viene el clima frío y los resfriados. Padres, favor de asegurarse que sus hijos vengan a la escuela arropaditos. También deben checar la canasta de cosas perdidas por cualquier suera o chamarra desvalagada. Recuerden, necesitamos a su hijo/a todos los días en la escuela. Pero si su hijo/a se enferma y está contagioso/a debe de quedarse en casa. No olvide notificar a la oficina cuando ese sea el caso. !Que disfruten del descanso de Acción de Gracias!

LCAP Goal 4: Parent Involvement

Quote of the Week:

“WE CAN ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING TO BE THANKFUL FOR, NO MATTER WHAT MAY BE THE BURDEN OF OUR WANTS, OR THE SPECIAL SUBJECTS OF OUR PETITIONS." ~Albert Barnes

Morning Announcements

Week of: 12/02

Mrs. Ramos

Library Corner


BOOKS READ: 8,289 (TOP IN THE DISTRICT)

WORDS READ: 30,094,766

AR % LEVEL SCHOOL-WIDE: 86.3%



WEEKLY TOP AR READERS WITH HIGHEST PASSING % RATE


Kinder: Isaac Rico-Hernandez 1.5 pt, 100%

1st Gr: Aliana Felix 2.8 pts, 93.3%

2nd Gr: Rayleen Ramirez 4.5 pts, 98.8%

3rd Gr: Christopher Jaimes-Martinez 12.5 pts, 100%

4th Gr: Damian Zapien 5.4 pts, 90.%

5th Gr: Rosangelica Diaz Gonzalez 14 pts, 100%

6th Gr: Destiny Laguna 17 pts, 100%

Attendance

Certificated: 89%

Classified: 91%

Students: 97%

PAW Store---LCAP Goal 3: Safety

Kinder Feast---LCAP Goal 2: Proficiency for All

Bookmobile--LCAP Goal 1: Graduation Rate