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Camino Pablo Lifeskills

LifeSkills are the foundation on which we build a community of learners at Camino Pablo School. These are posted in each classroom and taught throughout the curriculum on an ongoing basis.

LifeSkills for 2016/2017 School Year

The  TK/K/1st Grade Life Skills are:

 

Caring:  To feel and show concern for others

Cooperation:  To work together toward a common goal or purpose

Effort:  To do your best

Friendship:  To make and keep a friend through mutual trust and caring

Patience:  To wait calmly for someone or something

Responsibility:  To be accountable for your actions  

 

The 2nd/3rd Grade Life Skills are:

           

            The six TK-1st Grade Life Skills plus:

            Common Sense:  To use good judgment

            Curiosity:  To want to learn about new things

            Organization:  To plan, arrange and implement in an orderly way

            Perseverance:  To keep at it

            Respect:  To have consideration for others

            Sense of Humor:  To laugh and be playful without harming others

 

The 4th/5th Grade Life Skills are:

 

            The twelve 2nd – 3rd Grade Life Skills plus:

Flexibility: To be willing to alter plans when necessary

Initiative: To do something because it needs to be done

Integrity: To be honest and do the right thing

Problem-Solving: To create solutions in difficult situations and problems

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3/13/17

Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. -Michael Jordan

 

LIFESKILLS FOCUS for March 6-31

TK-1st

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

2nd-3rd

  • Friendship

  • Sense of Humor: To laugh and be playful without harming others

4th-5th

  • Friendship

  • Sense of Humor

  • Initiative: To do something because it needs to be done

MEF 35th Anniversary Dinner: The official results will be announced soon, but the Moraga community came together Saturday night and raised a lot of money for our students. A huge thank you to all MEF volunteers who helped make this event come to life!

 

Thank You CP for Making the Read-a-thon a Success!

CP students are amazing readers!  We raised $8,524.60 for the Camino Pablo PTA.  These funds will support our One School, One Book program as well as many other PTA programs.  Special congratulations to the 4 classes that had 100% participation (Adler, Brown, Nixdorff, and Robinson).  

CP families also donated over 1000 books to Super Stars Literacy, an early literacy intervention program that supports at-risk early elementary students.  

None of this would have been possible without the hard work of Adrianne Spencer and Jennifer Burke.

 

CP PTA Needs You:

  • Committee Chairs: Grab a friend or two to coordinate the Hot Lunch Program, PTA's biggest fundraiser, together!  We also need someone tocoordinate Assemblies, Library Volunteers, the Read-a-thon, and the Spelling Bee.

Please contact Natalie Alderete if you are interested in learning more about any of these roles.

Front Circle Landscaping

Notice some work being done at the entrance to our school?  We are excited to begin implementing our landscaping project to revise and beautify this area of the school.  Funds raised from last year's Read-a-thon were approved to implement this exciting project which broke ground over the weekend.  It is being headed by talented CP parent and landscaping professional, Laura Osteen.  This project will include large moss rock boulders, native and drought tolerant plants and a live oak tree all carefully selected to incorporate Moraga's natural rural habitat and provide low maintenance plants to add seasonal interest along with a habitat for native birds and butterfly.  We are hoping to make this a community project where students can help plant flowers and parents can gift their time and talents in a variety of areas.  We will also seek your input on a new school sign as the one we have is deteriorating.  Be on the lookout for additional updates and ways to help.

 

Moraga iKind Movie “Bully” - Attention Parents: Over 13 million American kids will be bullied this year, making it the most common form of violence experienced by young people in the nation. The documentary film BULLY, directed by Sundance and Emmy-award winning filmmaker, Lee Hirsch, brings human scale to this startling statistic, offering an intimate, unflinching look at how bullying has touched five kids and their families.  The Moraga iKind Project invites you to attend a special showing of the movie "Bully" on March 22, at 7:00 PM at the JM auditorium.  JM 8th grade students will share their school experiences with the audience following the movie.  JM Principal Joan Danilson and Superintendent Bruce Burns will also be present to answer questions. Free pizza will be served from 630 to 6:55.  RSVP at http://moragaikind.eventbrite.com/

 

Mother/Son Dodgeball Registration is Open

Mother/son dodgeball will be on Thursday, March 23 from 6:00-7:45pm.  Online registration is open.  If Mom can't make it, please grab Dad or another special family member and join in the game!

 

It will be a rolling start--TK-2nd graders arrive at 6:00pm and 3rd-5th graders join at 6:30pm. Come hungry! Pizza will be served for dinner.  Click here to register.

We are also looking for a few good dads to volunteer as referees. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Stephanie or Matt Helder at thehelderhouse@gmail.com.

 

Upcoming Events:

  • Wednesday, March 15 - PTA Meeting 9:30

  • Wednesday, March 22 - iKind Movie “Bully”

  • Thursday, March 23 - Mother Son Dodgeball

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2/22/17

Starting February 27 the entire CP community will be reading the same book for a program called One School, One Book. This book will be introduced to students at an assembly on 2/27. Each student will bring home their own copy (thank you PTA) and a reading calendar on this day.

 

With this program we aim to build a community of readers. Everyone - students, parents, staff - will be participating. 

 

Generally you will be asked to read a "chapter" a night (about 15 minutes). This is meant to be a family read aloud experience. We will also put links to podcasts of each "chapter" in the school website. This is a fun way to listen to the "chapter" read by a CP staff member. 

 

In school your child will be invited to answer daily trivia questions. This experience will culminate with a family book club on 3/30 from 3:15-4:30. We hope you enjoy!

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2/13/17

Starting February 27 the entire CP community will be reading the same book for a program called One School, One Book. This book will be introduced to students at an assembly on 2/27. Each student will bring home their own copy (thank you PTA) and a reading calendar on this day.

 

With this program we aim to build a community of readers. Everyone - students, parents, staff - will be participating. 

 

Generally you will be asked to read a "chapter" a night (about 15 minutes). This is meant to be a family read aloud experience. We will also put links to podcasts of each "chapter" in the school website. This is a fun way to listen to the "chapter" read by a CP staff member. 

 

In school your child will be invited to answer daily trivia questions. This experience will culminate with a family book club on 3/30 from 3:15-4:30. We hope you enjoy!

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