PTA News May 25, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 25, 2017

Spanish language book fair

Mark your calendars for May 30 - June 1 as we'll be hosting our first Spanish language book fair.  Thanks to Mistral parent, Elaine Zuber, we discovered LA librería, a Spanish language bookstore that offers remote book fairs.  Their books are from publishing houses in Latin America and Spain.  We'll have a great selection of books for all grades.  Build your summer reading collection.  More on LA librería below.

We'll hold the book fair in the Library on May 30th and 31st from 2-4pm and June 1st from 1-2pm.  In addition to getting great Spanish language books for your kids, the Mistral/Castro library benefits as a percentage of the proceeds goes back to the school library as book donations.  

If you'd like to volunteer to help with the book fair, please email Trish Gilbert, trish.gilbert@yahoo.com

LA libreria - About us:
We are a Los Angeles-based company that offers a wide selection of authentic children’s literature in Spanish language. Our selection of books comes from quality publishing houses in Latin America and Spain and reflects the rich history, and cultural, ethnic, and linguistic diversity of Spanish speaking countries and communities. We are committed to supporting reading in Spanish language from an early age, as a way to promote multilingualism and cultural diversity. http://www.la-libreria.net/

Recess Supervision Help

We invite you to help provide extra adult supervision during lunch recess. Our yard supervisors are wonderful, and during our current construction phase, their job can be difficult with children spread out in different areas. Surely our students could benefit from extra sets of caring eyes and hands! Please sign up for one shift or several! Contact me with any questions.

Thank you,
Sara Kopit-Olson, VP Mistral PTA

Marker Recycling

Instead of tossing markers into the trash, let’s Colorcycle them!  Your classroom and library have Colorcycle boxes for marker drop off.  Our 5th grade Girl Scout Troop 61076 will recycle markers by collecting and shipping used markers to a Crayola facility to convert them into clean fuel.  This fuel can be used to fill vehicles, heat homes, cook meals, and more!  

Please go to http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle.aspx to learn more about Colorcycle!


PTA News May 24, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 24, 2017

¡El Fandango!  PTA Meeting Agenda

Mistral PTA Association Meeting

May 24, 2017
Gabriela Mistral MUR
505 Escuela Ave., Mountain View, CA

Special Guest: Tans Gauntlett, Flamenco Guitarist (5:30-6:00)

Children’s movie (6:10)

  • Call to Order/Welcome
  • Introduction of the PTA Executive Board (6:10-6:15)
  • Approve minutes from March meeting (6:15-6:20)
  • Principal’s Report (6:20-6:30)
  • Financial Reports (6:30-6:40)
  • Vote to approve 15-16 year-end audit
  • Vote to approve 16-17 mid-year audit
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Approve/Ratify expenditures since last Association meeting
  • Present balance sheets
  • Release of funds for expenses anticipated through Sept. 2017
  • Budget Amendment (6:40-6:45)
  • Professional Development ($3,000)
  • Upcoming Events (6:45-6:50)
  • Family Math Night - Tomorrow, Thursday, May 25th, 6-7:30
  • Talent Show - Friday, June 2nd, 8:45 (3rd-5th), 10:20 (K-2nd)
  • CAMIRAC Workshop - Saturday, June 3rd
  • 5th Grade Promotion - Monday June 5th, 9 am
  • Community Input and Discussion (6:50-7:35)
  • Small breakout groups, with moderators:
  • STEM - Susanna
  • After-School Enrichment - Chuck
  • In-Classroom Enrichment - joey
  • Out-Of-Classroom Enrichment - Sara
  • Community/Cultural Events - Tania
  • Fundraising - Trish
  • Recess - Angie
  • Regroup (7:35-7:55)
  • Adjournment (7:55)

Spanish language book fair

Mark your calendars for May 30 - June 1 as we'll be hosting our first Spanish language book fair.  Thanks to Mistral parent, Elaine Zuber, we discovered LA librería, a Spanish language bookstore that offers remote book fairs.  Their books are from publishing houses in Latin America and Spain.  We'll have a great selection of books for all grades.  Build your summer reading collection.  More on LA librería below.

We'll hold the book fair in Room 6 on May 30th and 31st from 2-4pm and June 1st from 1-2pm.  In addition to getting great Spanish language books for your kids, the Mistral/Castro library benefits as a percentage of the proceeds goes back to the school library as book donations.  

If you'd like to volunteer to help with the book fair, please email Trish Gilbert, trish.gilbert@yahoo.com

LA libreria - About us:
We are a Los Angeles-based company that offers a wide selection of authentic children’s literature in Spanish language. Our selection of books comes from quality publishing houses in Latin America and Spain and reflects the rich history, and cultural, ethnic, and linguistic diversity of Spanish speaking countries and communities. We are committed to supporting reading in Spanish language from an early age, as a way to promote multilingualism and cultural diversity. http://www.la-libreria.net/

Recess Supervision Help

We invite you to help provide extra adult supervision during lunch recess. Our yard supervisors are wonderful, and during our current construction phase, their job can be difficult with children spread out in different areas. Surely our students could benefit from extra sets of caring eyes and hands! Please sign up for one shift or several! Contact me with any questions.

Thank you,
Sara Kopit-Olson, VP Mistral PTA

Marker Recycling

Instead of tossing markers into the trash, let’s Colorcycle them!  Your classroom and library have Colorcycle boxes for marker drop off.  Our 5th grade Girl Scout Troop 61076 will recycle markers by collecting and shipping used markers to a Crayola facility to convert them into clean fuel.  This fuel can be used to fill vehicles, heat homes, cook meals, and more!  

Please go to http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle.aspx to learn more about Colorcycle!


Community News May 24, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 24, 2017

Crittenden Middle School 6th Grade Electives Catalogue 2017-2018

Graham Middle School 6th Grade Elective Course Description 2017-18

2017 SUMMER Music Workshops

Spartan Sports Camps - June 12th - July 28th

“Star” thoughts about Boundary Options A and B; Join us at a community session on Monday

The Mountain View Whisman School District is in the midst of a community-wide process to make adjustments to elementary school boundaries intended to relieve overcrowding at some schools and provide for the opening of Slater Elementary in 2019-20.

Last spring, we formed the Student Attendance Areas Task Force, which is composed of parents, staff and community members. They have been reviewing District demographic data and working to produce boundary scenarios. Board of Trustees will consider the final scenarios on June 1, 2017 and approve one of them on June 15, 2017.

To view the maps and information about boundaries, please click on www.mvwsd.org/boundaries.

There will be a community session on May 22, 6:30 p.m. at Crittenden Middle School Auditorium, to offer review of the process and help with input.

Before this vote, the District wants to engage with you through Thoughtexchange, an online platform that facilitates the exchange of ideas.  Parents, staff and community members have contributed 1,400 comments about boundary options A and B. Next, is the Star step.

  • Star (May 19th to May 28th):  In this step, please review ideas from participants and put stars next to the ideas you like best.
  • Discover (week of June 15th): At the Board meeting, we will share the community results.

You aren’t required to have contributed comments in the first phase to participate in the second phase. Parents and staff members will receive an invitation by email from “Share Your Thoughts- Thoughtexchange” on Friday.  To self-register,  please click here.  (Email addresses will not be duplicated if you self-register.)

Food Distribution Program at Gabriela Mistral

In partnership with Community Services Agency (CSA) of Mountain View and Second Harvest Food Bank, we will be distributing  bags with some basic food items. If you want to supplement your meals with additional items, please come:

Days? – Thursdays
When? – June 1
Time? – 4:30 to 6:30 P.M.
Where? – Mariano Castro School - Room 9

The food is free; all you need to do is fill out a simple form available at the event indicating that you qualify. More details at the event. Even if you have come before, you can come again!

Mistral Talent Show 2017

Performances

➽ Friday June 2nd

8:45 AM 3rd - 5th

10:20 AM K - 2nd

Rules/Reglas:

  • 2 minute maximum performance
  • Music with lyrics appropriate for school
  • Music submitted to Jenna Adams jop4@yahoo.com (link to song on Spotify, mp3 or CD)

 STEP 1: “AUDITIONS”

➽ Thursday May 18th after school by the MUR

STEP 2: “DRESS REHEARSAL”

➽ Friday May 26th after school by the MUR

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Norovirus outbreak: Wash hands and stay healthy!

Recently there has been an increase in norovirus and other viral gastrointestinal outbreaks in the Bay Area and in San Jose. The Santa Clara County Public Health Department has received reports of GI outbreaks in over a dozen schools in our county.

This particular illness is highly contagious, and symptoms do not start until 1 to 2 days after exposure. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, poor appetite, and headache. It is spread primarily through handling items or touching surfaces contaminated with the virus, eating or drinking contaminated food or water, and by being next to a vomiting individual.

Handwashing and keeping surfaces clean is crucial to preventing infection. District Health Services staff members are stressing the importance of frequent vigorous hand washing with soap and water for 20 seconds, and especially after using the toilet. Younger students may need a lesson or demonstration. Please see the link for proper handwashing technique. https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/videos.html. Unfortunately, hand sanitizers and alcohol rubs are not effective against norovirus.

Anyone ill with GI symptoms should remain home until at least 48 hours after they are well. Staying home for 48 hours and continued handwashing beyond that period is critical to prevent further spread.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Posted by mdecarva on May 17, 2017

Principal Message May 17, 2017

 

Research tells us that when students don’t read for two months their skills regress.  Reading is a skill which requires practice, just like baseball or math facts.  Summer reading helps students of all ages keep their skills sharp so they are ready when school begins again in the fall. Reading throughout the summer not only enhances basic reading skills of young students, it creates unique opportunities for learning, exploring, and growing.  On Thursday we will have a short assembly to kick off our Quetzales Soar into Summer Reading Challenge.  Be on the lookout for more details about how your child can keep up their reading skills and Soar into Summer Reading.  Next September, we will have a special recognition assembly and celebration for all students who participate in the summer reading challenge.

 


 

Spanish Reading Tool!

 

I am excited to share that we are providing students access to a new online Spanish reading tool.  Currently we are evaluating the product, Istation Español, as part of a before and after school intervention class at Mistral.  We have selected a small group of students in 1st and 2nd grade whose families have given permission to participate in our intervention program.  The great news is that the program is free to our school and accessible to all of our students K-5 through July 31st.  Students who are not part of the before or after school intervention must complete the Spanish ISIP placement test at school before having access off campus.  Upon completion, students will be placed at the appropriate level and able to begin a lesson in the system.  Below you will find instructions on how to download the app if you would like your child to use the program at home.  Your child will login using their Google school username and password.  The iStation Español program will be available to students until 7/31/2017.

Click here for instructions

 

 


 

 

Fidget Spinners Not Allowed On Campus

 

Fidget spinners have become extremely popular. So popular, in fact, they are now causing problems here at school. They have become a disruption in the classroom therefore, FIDGET SPINNERS ARE NO LONGER ALLOWED AT MISTRAL SCHOOL. Please leave them at home. They cannot be in desks, backpacks, pockets, or anywhere else at school. They will be confiscated. If students need a fidget to concentrate, and this is part of their IEP or 504 the school will provide one of a different variety.

 


 

 

 

June 5th, 2017

School Schedule, regular day: 8:30am – 3:10pm

Promotion Ceremony and Reception: 9:00am – 10:25am

Location: MUR

PLEASE ARRIVE BY 8:45 a.m. We will begin at 9:00 a.m. sharp.

The 5th grade Clap Out line will take place on the black top and through the school corridors at 8:45am.  Please feel free to come by and join our line up and give our promoted 5th graders a high five, a woo hoo and we’re gonna miss you

 


 

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Tues Apr 25 -  

Fri May 19

Various Times

State Testing (3rd - 5th Grade)

Thu May 18

Thu May 18

Thu May 18

8:30am - 9:00am

12:30pm

4:00pm - 5:30pm

Summer Reading Assembly - MUR

Talent Show auditions - MUR

SSC/ELAC Meeting - RM# 6

Fri May 19

Fri May 19

9:00am - 1:30pm

4:00pm - 8:00pm

Stanford Dream 4 college field trip RM# 13 & 14

Family Math Night - MUR

Mon May 22

12noon

Age of Sail Departure RM# 108/109

Tue May 23

10:00am

Return from Age of Sail RM# 108/109

Wed May 24

Wed May 24

Wed May 24

Wed May 24

All Day

12Noon

6:30pm - 8:00pm

6:30pm - 8:00pm

Walk/Bike to School

Age of Sail Departure RM# 108/109

Reclassification Ceremony - Crittenden Sports Complex

PTA Meeting - Staff Lounge

Thu May 25

Thu May 25

Thu May 25

10:00am

9:00am

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Return from Age of Sail RM# 108/109

5th Grade Visit to Crittenden

CSMA 5th Grade Gala Band Concert

Fri May 26

Fri May 26

Firi May 26

Fri May 26

7:00am - 9:00am

8:45am

12:25pm

12:30pm

Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast - MUR

5th Grade Visit to Graham

End of 3rd Trimester - MINIMUM DAY

Talent Show dress rehearsal - MUR


PTA News May 17, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 16, 2017

¡El Fandango!

Bring the family to enjoy flamenco guitar by Tans Gauntlett, free dinner, a kids' movie with popcorn, and a dynamic and engaging PTA meeting.  Wednesday, May 24, 5:30-8:30pm

Recess Supervision Help

We invite you to help provide extra adult supervision during lunch recess. Our yard supervisors are wonderful, and during our current construction phase, their job can be difficult with children spread out in different areas. Surely our students could benefit from extra sets of caring eyes and hands! Please sign up for one shift or several! Contact me with any questions.

Thank you,
Sara Kopit-Olson, VP Mistral PTA

Marker Recycling

Instead of tossing markers into the trash, let’s Colorcycle them!  Your classroom and library have Colorcycle boxes for marker drop off.  Our 5th grade Girl Scout Troop 61076 will recycle markers by collecting and shipping used markers to a Crayola facility to convert them into clean fuel.  This fuel can be used to fill vehicles, heat homes, cook meals, and more!  

Please go to http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle.aspx to learn more about Colorcycle!


Community News May 17, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 16, 2017

Crittenden Middle School 6th Grade Electives Catalogue 2017-2018

Graham Middle School 6th Grade Elective Course Description 2017-18

The View Teen Center Presents:  5th Grade Open House - Saturday, May 20th, 1:00-3:00 pm

City of Mountain View:  Community Yard Sale -  Saturday, May 20th 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Bike it! Join the ride closest to your house going to your middle school! - Saturday, May 20

2017 SUMMER Music Workshops

“Star” thoughts about Boundary Options A and B; Join us at a community session on Monday

The Mountain View Whisman School District is in the midst of a community-wide process to make adjustments to elementary school boundaries intended to relieve overcrowding at some schools and provide for the opening of Slater Elementary in 2019-20.

Last spring, we formed the Student Attendance Areas Task Force, which is composed of parents, staff and community members. They have been reviewing District demographic data and working to produce boundary scenarios. Board of Trustees will consider the final scenarios on June 1, 2017 and approve one of them on June 15, 2017.

To view the maps and information about boundaries, please click on www.mvwsd.org/boundaries.

There will be a community session on May 22, 6:30 p.m. at Crittenden Middle School Auditorium, to offer review of the process and help with input.

Before this vote, the District wants to engage with you through Thoughtexchange, an online platform that facilitates the exchange of ideas.  Parents, staff and community members have contributed 1,400 comments about boundary options A and B. Next, is the Star step.

  • Star (May 19th to May 28th):  In this step, please review ideas from participants and put stars next to the ideas you like best.
  • Discover (week of June 15th): At the Board meeting, we will share the community results.

You aren’t required to have contributed comments in the first phase to participate in the second phase. Parents and staff members will receive an invitation by email from “Share Your Thoughts- Thoughtexchange” on Friday.  To self-register,  please click here.  (Email addresses will not be duplicated if you self-register.)

 Chess Tournament Results

The 14th Annual Mountain View - Whisman Interscholastic Chess Tournament was held on Sunday May 7. We had 12 students participating from Castro and Mistral as a combined team, with 7 players in the junior section (K-3), 3 players in the senior section (4-8), and two players in the open (non-competitive) section. All the players demonstrated persistence, creative thinking, and positive attitudes, and we thank them for representing our schools at this event! Our top scorers were Liam Beineke, Kayden Gross, Leo Evangelista, and Reid Monahan. If your child is interested in chess, remember that after-school chess is usually offered each year through Academic Chess.

Food Distribution Program at Gabriela Mistral

In partnership with Community Services Agency (CSA) of Mountain View and Second Harvest Food Bank, we will be distributing  bags with some basic food items. If you want to supplement your meals with additional items, please come:

Days? – Thursdays
When? – May 18; June 1
Time? – 4:30 to 6:30 P.M.
Where? – Mariano Castro School - Room 9

The food is free; all you need to do is fill out a simple form available at the event indicating that you qualify. More details at the event. Even if you have come before, you can come again!

Mistral Talent Show 2017

Performances

➽ Friday June 2nd

8:45 AM 3rd - 5th

10:20 AM K - 2nd

Rules/Reglas:

  • 2 minute maximum performance
  • Music with lyrics appropriate for school
  • Music submitted to Jenna Adams jop4@yahoo.com (link to song on Spotify, mp3 or CD)

STEP 1: “AUDITIONS”

➽ Thursday May 18th after school by the MUR

STEP 2: “DRESS REHEARSAL”

➽ Friday May 26th after school by the MUR

You need to submit this form


PTA News May 10, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 10, 2017

2016-17 Afterschool Program

The final session of the Afterschool Program is ending soon.  This is the final week for classes on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  The final Monday class is May 15th.  The one exception is that there will be a final Yoga class May 17th to compensate for a cancelled class earlier in the Spring session.

Thanks to all of instructors, the Mistral/Castro staff, and the parent volunteers that make this possible.  Have a great summer and we encourage people to enroll for the classes in upcoming 2017-18 year

¡El Fandango!

Bring the family to enjoy flamenco guitar by Tans Gauntlett, free dinner, a kids' movie with popcorn, and a dynamic and engaging PTA meeting.  Wednesday, May 24, 5:30-8:30pm

Recess Supervision Help

We invite you to help provide extra adult supervision during lunch recess. Our yard supervisors are wonderful, and during our current construction phase, their job can be difficult with children spread out in different areas. Surely our students could benefit from extra sets of caring eyes and hands! Please sign up for one shift or several! Contact me with any questions.

Thank you,
Sara Kopit-Olson, VP Mistral PTA

Marker Recycling

Instead of tossing markers into the trash, let’s Colorcycle them!  Your classroom and library have Colorcycle boxes for marker drop off.  Our 5th grade Girl Scout Troop 61076 will recycle markers by collecting and shipping used markers to a Crayola facility to convert them into clean fuel.  This fuel can be used to fill vehicles, heat homes, cook meals, and more!  

Please go to http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle.aspx to learn more about Colorcycle!


Community News May 10, 2017

Posted by staleyr5 on May 10, 2017

5TH Grade Instrument Collection Strings Only for Landels-Mistral - May 15th, 3:00 - 5:00

5TH Grade Instrument Collection Band Only for Huff-Mistral-Castro - May 26th, 3:00 - 5:00

Crittenden Middle School 6th Grade Electives Catalogue 2017-2018

Graham Middle School 6th Grade Elective Course Description 2017-18

The View Teen Center Presents:  5th Grade Open House - Saturday, May 20th, 1:00-3:00 pm

City of Mountain View:  Community Yard Sale -  Saturday, May 20th 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Bike it! Join the ride closest to your house going to your middle school! - Saturday, May 20

2017 SUMMER Music Workshops

Chess Tournament Results

The 14th Annual Mountain View - Whisman Interscholastic Chess Tournament was held on Sunday May 7. We had 12 students participating from Castro and Mistral as a combined team, with 7 players in the junior section (K-3), 3 players in the senior section (4-8), and two players in the open (non-competitive) section. All the players demonstrated persistence, creative thinking, and positive attitudes, and we thank them for representing our schools at this event! Our top scorers were Liam Beineke, Kayden Gross, Leo Evangelista, and Reid Monahan. If your child is interested in chess, remember that after-school chess is usually offered each year through Academic Chess.

Join the conversation! Ideas exchange about elementary school boundaries

MVWSD is in the midst of a community-wide process to make adjustments to elementary school boundaries intended to relieve overcrowding at some schools and provide for the opening of Slater Elementary in 2019-20.

The Student Attendance Areas Task Force has been reviewing District demographic data and working to produce boundary scenarios. The goal is for the Board of Trustees to consider two boundary options on June 1, 2017 and approve one of them on June 15, 2017.

You should have an email from ShareYourThoughts@mvwsd.org asking you to participate in an online exchange of ideas about boundaries. The thoughts and comments you provide will be used by the task force and the Board to inform the final boundaries choice.

Please see www.mvwsd.org/boundaries to learn more about how the survey works and to review boundary Options A and B that you will be asked about. If you did not receive an email, you can sign up at this link to participate.

Kick, Lead and Dream (KLD)

Parents, would your child benefit from a two-week, $10 camp?  Kick, Lead, and Dream (KLD) is a soccer camp where motivated high school students (KLD Coaches) volunteer to become role models, to provide underserved or low income kids from the Mountain View and Sunnyvale public schools (KLD Campers) the opportunity to improve their soccer skills, learn valuable leadership qualities, and gain the confidence to dream BIG!  Campers are provided with free refreshments and camp t-shirts.  KLD's goal is to make the camp experience something campers will always remember. Free round-trip bus transportation, from select pick-up points in Mountain View and Sunnyvale to camp is also provided.  Sunnyvale bus pick ups will be at Lakewood School, Columbia Middle School and Vargas School.  Mountain View will be Theuerkauf and Castro.  Sign up online to take advantage of this 2-week, $10 camp!

  • APPLY:  www.kldsoccer.org
  • DATES:  June 12 - June 23, 2017
  • DAYS: Mondays - Fridays, no weekends
  • TIME: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • LOCATION: Cooper Park, Mountain View, CA
  • PARK ADDRESS: 500 Chesley Ave, Mt. View
  • ​FOR: Underserved/low-income students from public schools in Mt. View & Sunnyvale, Current 2nd through 7th grade for the 2016/2017 school year.
  • COST: $10 per Camper (bring on first day)

QUESTIONS:  KLDsoccer@yahoo.com

Food Distribution Program at Gabriela Mistral

In partnership with Community Services Agency (CSA) of Mountain View and Second Harvest Food Bank, we will be distributing  bags with some basic food items. If you want to supplement your meals with additional items, please come:

  • Days? – Thursdays
  • When? – May 18; June 1
  • Time? – 4:30 to 6:30 P.M.
  • Where? – Mariano Castro School - Room 9

The food is free; all you need to do is fill out a simple form available at the event indicating that you qualify. More details at the event. Even if you have come before, you can come again!

Spring Concert

3rd Grade
Thurs. May 11
@3:00pm
held in the multi

Chorus
Wed. May 10
@3:45pm
held in the multi


Thursday, May 4, 2017

Posted by baguirrecortez on May 4, 2017

School Tour by Santa Clara County Office of Education

On Monday, Mistral hosted Santa Clara County Office of Education superintendent Jon Gundry,  county education board member Grace Mah, MVWSD superintendent Dr. Rudolph, and school board president Jose Gutierrez for a tour of our classrooms and an informal coffee organized by several of our PTA committees.  Mr. Gundry and Ms. Mah are visiting many of the Dual Immersion schools in Santa Clara County.  What a fabulous way to start off the week!

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Principal Coffee - POSTPONED

 

NEW DATE BELOW

 

Friday, May 12th

Teacher’s Lounge

 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.





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Mistral Student Leadership Council (MSLC)



 

 

Dear Parents,

 

The Mistral Student Leadership Council will hold its last after school meeting this week, Thursday, May 4th, from 12:30-1:30pm in Room 13.  If your child is one of the school's representatives from grades 3-5 on the MSLC, please remind them to attend the meeting after school on Thursday.

 

Thank you,

 

Maestra Sami & Maestro Chris

 

 

 

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We will celebrate 80’s Day. Wear your school t-shirt, or dress up in your favorite 80’s fashion! Show your school spirit and participate - it’s fun!



 

 

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Monday, May 8th

8:30 a.m. in the MUR






Quetzal Spirit rallies are held in the MUR

Kinder through 5th Grade: 8:40 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Our newly-formed student council is taking the lead on planning our Quetzal rallies and spirit days. During the assembly, we will recite our school poem, review our school-wide expectations, recognize model Quetzales.



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Tues Apr 25 -  

Fri May 19

Various Times

State Testing (3rd - 5th Grade)

Wed May 3

5:30pm - 6:30pm

New Kinder Family Potluck - Redwood Garden

Fri May 5

8:40am - 9:40am

CSMA - 2nd Grade Concert - MUR

Mon May 8

Mon May 8

8:40am - 9:00am

All Day

Quetzal Award Assembly

Spirit Day - 80’s Day

Wed May 10

Wed May 10

Wed May 10

8:40am - 2:15pm

8:45am - 1:15pm

3:45pm - 4:45pm

Oakland Museum Field Trip RM# 114-116

Palo Alto Jr Museum field trip RM# 103

Chorus Concert - MUR

Thu May 11

Thu May 11

9:30am - 10:30am

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Wild life assembly (K-2nd) MUR

CSMA 3r Grade Concert - MUR

Fri May 12

Fri May 12

8:30am - 9:30am

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Principal Coffee - Staff lounge

CSMA 5th Grade Gala Strings Concert

Thu May 18

4:00pm - 5:30pm

SSC/ELAC Meeting - RM# 6

Fri May 19

Fri May 19

9:00am - 1:30pm

4:00pm - 8:00pm

Stanford Dream 4 college field trip RM# 13 & 14

Family Math Night - MUR