"A school climate that recognizes and values the inherent dignity of each individual is everyone's right. Creating such a climate is everyone's responsibility."



Feb 7, 2017

Imagine…..

          …the future of our schools in the 21st century.

 

The Otter Valley Unified Union School Board invites you to watch a film that immerses you in the lives of teachers and students in one school and inspires us all to create, innovate, and create a new learning environment.

 

The future of education must be a learning environment that ignites passions, leveraging the expertise and aspirations of our community. To get there, we must imagine together.

 

Please join us in a showing of this inspiring film on the future of education preceded by a discussion on the OVUU budget for 2017-18.

 

Otter Valley U.H.S

 

February 16, 2017

 

6-7pm Budget

 

7-9pm Most Likely to Succeed Film Showing  & Discussion



2017 CONCERT DATES

MARCH 23, 2017 PRIMARY CONCERT 6:30PM

APRIL 13, 2017 3RD & 4TH GR CONCERT 6:30PM

MAY 11, 2017   5TH & 6TH GR BAND & CHORUS SPRING                           CONCERT 7PM













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TODAY'S ACT OF KINDESS

THURSDAY FEB 16::::
HELP SOMEONE LEARN SOMETHING THAT IS EASY FOR YOU, BUT HARD FOR THEM.

FRIDAY FEB 17:
HELP SOMEONE BY TYING THEIR SHOE OR ZIPPING THEIR JACKET.

WINTER BREAK~FEB 20-FEB 24::::
PRACTICE RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS.

Principals Corner

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER:  On Wednesday, February 1, the Neshobe Kindness Matters Project starts.

 

            NESHOBE SCHOOL KINDNESS PROJECT

 

Someone once said, “Kindness is like snow –

it beautifies everything it covers.” 

At Neshobe School, students and staff

are involved in a kindness project. 

It is an ongoing project that is

changing our school climate

 one act of kindness at a time. 

An “Acts of Kindness” daily calendar

suggests an act of kindness

that can be carried out by students and staff alike. 

One small act of kindness towards another

can change someone’s day. 

It makes the doer and the recipient

feel good and creates a sense

of being valued and belonging. 

Better yet, being kind costs nothing

and takes very little effort

as it makes our school a happier place to be.

 

Our hope is that as we pay these acts of kindness forward,

kindness will spread throughout our school

and out into our homes and community. 

We all have the opportunity to do something great

by just being a little kinder.

Each family will receive an Acts of Kindness Calendar which will list the act of kindness for each school day, a quote, and the reason behind it.  Saturdays and Sundays are listed as Practice Random Acts of Kindness to encourage our children to decide what acts they would like to choose.  Please join us in spreading kindness!

Judi 







Neshobe School






Neshobe School Guidance


Please contact our Guidance Counselor,
Ms. Spaulding, with any questions and/or concerns.

Thank you.