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Moraga Elementary Schools

2017-2018 MEF Grant


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)
Lucy Calkins Reading and Writing Programs
Music Teachers
PE Teachers
Reading Tutors
Science Aides
Teacher Aides

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“I'll tell you what: If I could do it all over again, I'd spend more time helping others. All I've ever done is dig tunnels. Some of them were real beauties too, but they're all hidden underground, where they're no good to anyone but me.” 

―Peter Brown The Wild Robot


LIFESKILLS FOCUS for March 2 - March 30


  • Friendship - To make and keep a friend through mutual trust and caring


  • Friendship - To make and keep a friend through mutual trust and caring
  • Sense of Humor - To laugh and be playful without harming others


  • Friendship - To make and keep a friend through mutual trust and caring
  • Sense of Humor - To laugh and be playful without harming others
  • Initiative - To do something because it needs to be done


Student Discourse: Goal #2 from our site plan is: Students will improve their critical thinking through student discourse. Our goal is to have students talking to each other throughout the day in various ways for the purposes of expressing their thinking, supporting their arguments, and learning from each other. This past Tuesday four students from Mrs. Fallon’s class did an amazing job talking to, and fielding questions from, the school board about discourse in the classroom. We are so proud of our CP students!


PTA Meeting: We hope to see you this Wednesday, March 21st 6:30-8pm in Room 7 for the second to last PTA association meeting.  The agenda is posted here and includes voting to approve the 2018-2019 PTA Executive Board.  The final 2017-2018 association meeting will be on Wednesday, May 16th 8:30-10am in Room 7.  There is no PTA meeting in April.


Every Day Counts: When students miss school for reasons other than illness the loss of learning can’t be re-created with make-up work. The state requires that we follow-up on truant students and students with chronic absences. 

  • A truant student (California Education Code § 48260) is a student with 3 or more unexcused absences. 
  • Chronic absence (California Education Code § 60901(c)(1)) is defined as excused absences that total more than 10% of the total days to date. 

We appreciate your support. EVERY DAY COUNTS!


BE IDLE FREE: If you are waiting in the pick-up line please consider turning off your car. By doing this you are supporting our communities health and the overall bay area air quality. Here is some more information.


CP FUNDRAISER: Our next Patxi's Fundraiser is slated for Wednesday, April 18 at their Lafayette location - dine in, take out, delivery all count.  


We receive 10% of proceeds for the entire day, as opposed to only CP-generated proceeds, which is great.  No magic word needed at checkout.




Supporting Adolescents Through Middle School: The Moraga School District is offering a series focused on supporting our students in middle school. The next night is “Adolescents at Home and in the Community” from 6:30-7:30 on Wednesday, March 21 in the JM library. Please click here for more information.


Kids' Choice Dodgeball: Join us Thursday, March 22nd from 6:00-7:45pm in the MUR for Kids' Choice Dodgeball!  Get your tickets now - space is limited! Each student may invite one parent. TK-2nd graders arrive at 6:00pm,and 3rd-5th graders join at 6:30pm. Come hungry! Pizza will be served for dinner.  We are also looking for a few good parents to volunteer as referees. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Stephanie Helder.



  • Wednesday, March 21: PTA Meeting 6:30-8:00 Room 7
  • Wednesday, March 21: “Adolescents at Home and in the Community” from 6:30-7:30 in the JM library
  • Thursday, March 22:  Kids' Choice Dodgeball 6:00-7:45
  • Friday, March 30: Report Cards go home (corrected from last week)
  • Friday, March 30: Minimum Day
    • TK = 8:25-11:25
    • K-5 = 8:25-12:12