Weekly Update: 5/25/2015

Morning! Here are the updates for this busy 4-day week:


We will have our last day of ELD today for grades 3-6.  Grades TK-2 finished last week.

SST/IEP day:

Today, Tuesday, there will be a roving sub to relieve certain teachers so that they may attend an SST or IEP meeting regarding one or more of their students.  If you have a meeting, you should already know about this as Tracy sent you an invitation through email.


This is our last week of PLCs for the school year.  Please use this time to work on scoring assessments and to work on report cards.

We have a couple of changes this week:

2nd grade has PLC on Tuesday and 3rd has PLC on Thursday.  5th grade will NOT have PLC on Wednesday but will instead have PLC on Friday at 8:00-9:45a.m.

Our impact teachers’ last day will be this Friday.  Thank you to all of our wonderful impact teachers for their dedication to our students this year!

Imagine Learning:

Imagine Learning ends this Friday as well.  Notes have been sent home but please remind your students.  Thank you to Melina, Laura, and Adriana for making this happen and helping us to earn more licenses for next year!

Cafeteria Dues:

Please make sure you read my email from last week about the letters that you should have sent home with certain students.  You should also have a copy of each letter as you will be asked to prohibit certain students from participating in certain non-educational events in the next couple of weeks should their parents not make arrangements to pay off their child’s cafeteria balances.  We will be letting you know when we hear of those who have contacted Child Nutrition so you can allow those students to participate.  Events that they may be excluded from are written on the letter and most likely include activities such as Field Day, class party, and non-educational field trips such as Legoland, beach, etc.

Golden Eagle Awards:

We will have our awards assemblies next week.  Please note the time change as our first ones will begin at 8:30a and our second ones will begin at 9:15a.  Please make sure to send notes home this week to families so that they have plenty of time to make arrangements should they want to attend.


We have many events taking place in the next couple of weeks so pay close attention to the bulletin and white board.

Question of the Week:

What is one aspect of your instruction this past school year for which you are especially proud and why?

Quote of the Week:

“Teamwork thrives when no one points a finger, and everyone lends a hand.” -Dan Zadra