The Falcon Flash

Foskett Ranch Elementary Newsletter

September 26, 2018

NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL...

We have received positive feedback about our new newsletter. It is exciting to see that last week's newsletter has more than 300 views. Thank you for taking the time to check the information out each week.


During the school year your family may get the opportunity to travel. Please remember that the state does allow for a student to get attendance credit (it also helps the school with the data percentages that are reported to the state as well as funds for the district) on what is called a travel study. There are a couple of important requirements to remember - 1) The state of CA requires a minimum of five days to participate in a travel study, 2) The office needs you to complete the travel study request five days in advance per our district policy. It is great to inform the teacher, please cc Michelle in the office @ msalli-brown@wpusd.org so she can help the teacher and you complete the paperwork. You can also contact Chareen (our new secretary) or me if you have specific questions about enrolling in travel study.


Please remember to ask your child(ren) to identify a key detail about the anti-bullying assembly we attended on Monday. What were the signs of bullying? How did the bystanders contribute or add to what the bully did? What were some ways that the performers dealt with the bully?


Next Tuesday students will be participating Safety Day thanks to the two Kiwanis clubs in Lincoln.

Important Dates

Every Monday Early Release 1:40
  • 9/28 - 3rd Grade Kids on the Block Puppet Show
  • 10/2 - Safety Day
  • 10/2 - PTO Meeting - 6:30
  • 10/4 - Great American Fundraiser Orders Due
  • 10/4 - Box Tops Due
  • 10/5 & 10/8 - No School
  • 10/9 - School Resumes
  • 10/9 - 10/12 - 5th Grade Fort Bragg Trip

The Great American Fundraiser

The Great American Fundraiser is in full swing! If you haven't checked out this amazing fundraiser please do, because this year The Great American Fundraiser has much more than cookie dough. There is a wide variety of items along with cookie dough. You can shop through catalogs sent home with your student or online at www.gaschoolstore.com. Click "I'm a parent or student" Use Organization ID# 2692150.

Or for direct access to our FRE page click here: FRE Fundraising page

Our FRES families have done an amazing job in past years supporting this important fundraiser. Thank you for your support!


Coop distribution dates:

  • Thursday - 9/27
  • Tuesday - 10/2
  • Thursday - 10/4
Remember to have your "COOP-ONS" filled out and signed by a parent. Distribution will be after school from 2:40 - 3:00 in front of the school. Coops for Kindergarten classes will be distributed by the teacher at the end of instruction.

Lost and Found

As the weather gets colder in the mornings students tend to leave jackets and sweaters behind. Please check the bins in the cafeteria as our lost and found is overflowing with jackets, lunchboxes and other various items. After October 4th, remaining items will be donated to charity.

Every Clip Counts!

Box Tops Are Due October 4th

Please put your clipped box tops in bags of 50 trimmed nicely with current expiration dates on them, preferably with an expiration date after November 1st, 2018.

Important: Each Box Top clipped must have a visible product acronym and expiration date. Do not rip or cut those parts off or they are not valid.

Thanks for clipping!

What's For Lunch or Dinner?

Visit La Villa Restaurant on Thursday, October 4th for lunch or dinner, eat in or take out. Just mention the event or show them the flyer from your phone. Our school will receive 20% of the proceeds and you don’t have to cook, Win – Win!

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2018-2019 & 2019-2020 School Calendars

The district has approved and published 2 years of school calendars! Click for details!

Food Service - Menu's, Pricing and More!

Click for more information about school meal pricing and breakfast and lunch menus. You can also access My School Bucks to add to your child's lunch balance and submit an online application for free/reduced meals

Be Safe~Be Respectful~Be Responsible

Our Mission & Vision


Mission:

We expect our staff and students (our Falcons) to perform at high levels academically, behaviorally and socially.

Vision:

At Foskett Ranch, students learn essential skills and knowledge to successfully progress towards college and career readiness.

Foskett Ranch...a place where falcons soar!