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  • REPORT CARDS: Report Cards not received during conferences have been mailed home.



UPCOMING EVENTS

March 20, 2017
Kindergarten Registration begins for 2017-2018

March 29, 2017
Board of Trustees Workshop @ 6 p.m.
Discussion of Roles and Responsibilities of stakeholders in School District Reorganization.

April 6, 2017
School Talent Show.
1:15-2:15 in the gym

April 10-21, 2017
Spring Break





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School Climate - How to Make a Difference!
Did you know that statistically with regards to bullying in schools, 8%  of the students could be described as aggressors and 7% as the targets. That leaves 85% of the students, not only as the bystanders, but more importantly as the critical mass needed to make positive changes. If the students who are part of the 85% learn to speak up, put a stop to unkind behavior, and report it to an adult when they see it, we can expect to create a strong culture of kindness, inclusion, and empathy. Talk to your children about how to stand up to bullying and unkindness. Role model situations with them. Make sure they have several adults in mind who they are comfortable reporting issues to. See Mr. Smith, Ms. Villalobos, or Mrs. Francis for more information if needed. Thank you!

Seth's Law

For information regarding support available to youth who have been subjected to school-based discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying (Education Code 234.5), we have provided the following link: