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

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The principle goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done. -Jean Piaget


LIFESKILLS FOCUS for January 23-February 9


  • Caring: To feel and show concern for others


  • Caring 
  • Common Sense: To use good judgment


  • Caring
  • Common Sense
  • Flexibility: To be willing to alter plans when necessary


Staff Development Day: On Monday your students will be home while our teachers are collaborating and learning. The focus of Monday’s staff development is Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Teachers will be collaborating around:

  • Engaging students in scientific talk
  • Building students’ scientific literacy

These opportunities are key for building our capacity as educators.


READ-A-THON: The focus of this endeavor is reading for fun!  Students will record their reading time Jan. 20th - Feb. 3rd and collect pledges.  All students are encouraged to participate with or without pledges.  We are hoping for 100% participation this year - the funds raised will go to the new One School, One Book program! In addition, we will also be holding a book drive to benefit Community Education Partnerships. CEP provides literacy support to homeless and highly mobile youth throughout the Bay Area through tutoring, extracurricular enrichment activities, and much-needed school supplies—including books. Please help support this worthy organization with a book donation during the CP Read-a-thon!  Any new or gently used books are welcome.  Donation bins will be in the main hallway across from the office. 


New for 2018!  Donations can be made online here - please feel free to share the link!  Additional information, including the tracking sheet and donation sheet (for non-web users), can be found here.  Thank you, Jennifer Burke and Dawn Vineyard for your dedication to this awesome fundraiser!



TK/K Registration for the 18/19 School Year:

  • Thursday, February 1st and Friday February 2nd
  • Volunteers are still needed during shifts from 8:45am - 11:30am or 11:15am - 2:00pm. Please contact Jennifer Baier if you can help! 



The Moraga iKind Project Presents: He Named Me Malala (followed by a student panel) - February 21 at 7:00 PM at JM’s Auditorium - This extraordinary film presents the young Pakistani female activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai, who has spoken out for the rights of girls, especially the right to education, since she was a young child. The film also recounts how she miraculously survived and has become even more eloquent in her quest after being hunted down by a Taliban as part of the organization's violent opposition to girls' education. The title refers to the Afghani folk hero Malalai of Maiwand, after whom her father named her.  A powerful film for everyone!  Event details:, followed by a student panel. 


Lamorinda Education Forum on February 8th, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Stanley Middle School Multi-Use Room, 3455 School Street, Lafayette, CA. Get the latest information on education funding and Governor Brown’s proposed 2018-19 Education budget and its impact on our local schools. Speakers include Gerry Shelton, a respected school finance expert from Capitol Advisors, and our State representatives, Senator Steve Glazer and Assemblywoman Catharine Baker. Don't miss this opportunity to get the facts and ask questions. For more information, contact (925) 927-3502 or go to www.lafsd.org.


CP Movie Night  - Save the Date - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Plan a night out!  Drop your kids off for CP Movie Night.   

  • WHEN: Friday, January 26, 2018 from 5:45pm - 7:45pm 
  • WHERE: CP Multi Use Room
  • HOW MUCH: $15/student


We need a few more volunteers: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/5080544AFAE2EAB9-cpmovie1

The Linus Project: Some our Girl Scouts are collecting used or new blankets that are in good condition that can be fixed up to donate to the Linus Project. The Linus Project donates blankets to kids under 18 that may not have a home or are in need of warm bedding or a comforting blanket.  They are focusing on the Northern California fire victims first and then to the local Mt. Diablo Chapter. Look for collections boxes around school until 2/15/2018.



  • Monday, January 22nd: ´╗┐Staff Development Day - NO SCHOOL
  • Friday, January 26th: CP Movie Night, 5:45 - 7:45pm in the MUR!
  • Monday, January 29: MSD Cultural Proficiency Committee, 3:30 JM Library