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Moraga Elementary Schools

2016- 2017 MEF Grant

$975,000

At Camino Pablo, Donald Rheem and Los Perales Elementary Schools, your donations fund a wide variety of staff and programs benefitting all students, including:


  Art Teachers
Computer Instructors
Kids Connection (Couseling Support)
Librarians
Lucy Calkins Reading and Writing Programs
Music Teachers
PE Teachers
Reading Tutors
Science Aides
Teacher Aides
Technology

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NEWS

9/19/16

BOBCAT NOTES 9/19/2016

 

"Children are apt to live up to what you believe of them." - LADY BIRD JOHNSON, Former First Lady of the United States

 

Bobcat GO! A HUGE Success: Thank you to the CP picnic coordinators:

  • Jenn Mediano

  • Elle McCune

  • Sara Farner

  • Raquel Louie

  • Urmila Taylor

  • Elisa McGuiness

Lost Shoes at the Picnic!  If you picked up a pair of size 1 rainbow-colored athletic shoes at the inflatable slide, we have your size 6.  Please contact Stephanie Becker (stephaniesbecker@gmail.com) to coordinate the return. Thank you.

 

Lifeskill Focus: September 19-October 7

  • TK-1st

    • Effort - To do your best

  • 2nd and 3rd

    • Effort

    • Respect - To have consideration of others

  • 4th and 5th

    • Effort

    • Respect

    • Integrity - To be honest and do the right thing

Traffic Reminders:  Here are a few reminders about the traffic circle:

  • Please stay in your car. Have your child practice opening the door on the sidewalk side of the car.

  • Once you drop your child off please exit the circle...although it is tempting to watch how cute he/she is walking to class

  • The closer you arrive to 8:25 the more crowded the circle gets

 

9:15-9:25 Recess for 1st and 2nd Late Start: As of now we do not have any playground coverage from 9:15-9:25. 1st and 2nd grade late start students cannot be on the playground until the bell rings at 9:25. If we get a parent who is interested in being a yard duty he/she will need to go through the official hiring process (fingerprints and TB testing).

 

Readers’ Workshop Parent Night: One of our goals this year is the implementation of our new Readers’ Workshop program. The goal of this program is to empower to students to love reading and become critical readers and thinkers. There is an important parent education night with more information about this exciting program.

 

Introducing Readers’ Workshop for TK-5

When: Thursday, October 20 from 6:30-8:00

Where: JM Library

What: Learn about the components of the reader’s workshop model, review strategies to support reading at home, learn the benefits of a balanced reading program

Who: Leslie Nash from the West Coast Literacy Workshop

 

School Site Council Opening: We have an opening on our School Site Council (SSC). School Site Council is a team of teachers and parents. We meet six times this year. Our goal is to monitor and develop a plan for student achievement. If you are interested please contact me.

 

Parent Education Opportunity with a Special Education Focus:

What: Navigating the journey of parenting the challenging child: Some perspective, emotions and strategies for getting through.

When: Tuesday, September 27 from 7:00-8:30

Where: Orinda Union School District Board Room (8 Altarinda Road)

 

Important Dates:

Mon., Sept. 19 - School Site Council Meeting

Wed., Sept. 21 - PTA General Meeting

Wed., Sept. 21 - Paxti’s CP Fundraiser (10% of sales go to CP)

more

CP News

9/19/16

BOBCAT NOTES 9/19/2016

 

"Children are apt to live up to what you believe of them." - LADY BIRD JOHNSON, Former First Lady of the United States

 

Bobcat GO! A HUGE Success: Thank you to the CP picnic coordinators:

  • Jenn Mediano

  • Elle McCune

  • Sara Farner

  • Raquel Louie

  • Urmila Taylor

  • Elisa McGuiness

Lost Shoes at the Picnic!  If you picked up a pair of size 1 rainbow-colored athletic shoes at the inflatable slide, we have your size 6.  Please contact Stephanie Becker (stephaniesbecker@gmail.com) to coordinate the return. Thank you.

 

Lifeskill Focus: September 19-October 7

  • TK-1st

    • Effort - To do your best

  • 2nd and 3rd

    • Effort

    • Respect - To have consideration of others

  • 4th and 5th

    • Effort

    • Respect

    • Integrity - To be honest and do the right thing

Traffic Reminders:  Here are a few reminders about the traffic circle:

  • Please stay in your car. Have your child practice opening the door on the sidewalk side of the car.

  • Once you drop your child off please exit the circle...although it is tempting to watch how cute he/she is walking to class

  • The closer you arrive to 8:25 the more crowded the circle gets

 

9:15-9:25 Recess for 1st and 2nd Late Start: As of now we do not have any playground coverage from 9:15-9:25. 1st and 2nd grade late start students cannot be on the playground until the bell rings at 9:25. If we get a parent who is interested in being a yard duty he/she will need to go through the official hiring process (fingerprints and TB testing).

 

Readers’ Workshop Parent Night: One of our goals this year is the implementation of our new Readers’ Workshop program. The goal of this program is to empower to students to love reading and become critical readers and thinkers. There is an important parent education night with more information about this exciting program.

 

Introducing Readers’ Workshop for TK-5

When: Thursday, October 20 from 6:30-8:00

Where: JM Library

What: Learn about the components of the reader’s workshop model, review strategies to support reading at home, learn the benefits of a balanced reading program

Who: Leslie Nash from the West Coast Literacy Workshop

 

School Site Council Opening: We have an opening on our School Site Council (SSC). School Site Council is a team of teachers and parents. We meet six times this year. Our goal is to monitor and develop a plan for student achievement. If you are interested please contact me.

 

Parent Education Opportunity with a Special Education Focus:

What: Navigating the journey of parenting the challenging child: Some perspective, emotions and strategies for getting through.

When: Tuesday, September 27 from 7:00-8:30

Where: Orinda Union School District Board Room (8 Altarinda Road)

 

Important Dates:

Mon., Sept. 19 - School Site Council Meeting

Wed., Sept. 21 - PTA General Meeting

Wed., Sept. 21 - Paxti’s CP Fundraiser (10% of sales go to CP)

more

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