- 9 Board Meeting @ 4:30PM
- 15 FIRST Day of School Minimum Day-Dismissal at 12:15PM
- 16 SECOND DAY OF SCHOOL Minimum Day-Dismissal at 12:15PM
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Family Resource Center Summer Newsletter
Wow, I can’t believe it is June! Even though we only have a few days left, we still have many exciting events coming up. The classes are planning an end of the year celebration on Tuesday, June 7th. The 5th-8th grade classes are planning a pool party at the Lake Wildwood pool. Please watch for information coming home from your child’s teacher for details and permission slips. Kindergarten-4th grade classes are planning a fun field and movie day also on Tuesday, June 7th. Again, watch for information coming home from your child’s teacher. 8th grade graduation is on Wednesday, June 8th at 6:00 PM in the gym. The 8th grade class will celebrate their graduation on Thursday, June 9th with a day trip to Roller King and Studio Movie Grill. Kindergarten graduation is also on Thursday, June 9th at 12:15 PM in Room 11. Finally, our last day of school is Friday, June 10th. We will have a K-3rd grade Awards Assembly in the gym from 8:45-9:30 and 4th -8th grade Awards Assembly from 9:30- 10:15. Our last day is a minimum day so dismissal will be at 12:10.
Looking back on the school year, we started out with some uncertainty and continued health guidelines. I appreciate how well our school community cooperated and communicated respectively even though there may have been varying preferences. I want to thank all of our students, staff, parents, and community members for all their hard work in making our school such a special place to learn and grow.
As we end this year, we have some staff members that are moving on from Clear Creek School. Angie Honeycutt and her family will be moving to Utah. We are so appreciative of her willingness to step in and provide our school with after care for so many families when we really needed it!
Kyle Daugherty, our 7th grade teacher is moving to Washington State and Lisa Ross, our 6th grade teacher would like to find a job closer to her home in Sacramento. We thank both of these teachers for their service to Clear Creek School and wish them all the best moving forward!
Finally, Jennifer Vierra has accepted a position as Administrative Assistant for the Nevada City School District Superintendent. It is a wonderful opportunity for her and we know she will be a fantastic asset to their district office. We appreciate her time, commitment, and dedication to our students and staff over the last 15 years. We will miss her, but wish her well in her new position! Lisa Vaughan will transition to the position in the back office and we are looking for a School Secretary for the front desk.
I hope you all have a wonderful summer and we look forward to seeing you back on campus in August!
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AB 104-Pupil Instruction: Retention, Grade Changes and Exemptions
AB 104 allows for students who did not demonstrate satisfactory academic progress during the 2020-2021 school year to seek various supports.
If you would like to request any of the supports listed below, please print the AB 104 Request Form, fill it out, and submit it to your child’s school.
Students in grades K-11 during the 2020-2021 school year with unsatisfactory letter grades (D or F) may request to have a consultation meeting to discuss being retained in the previous grade level. When this form gets submitted to your school site, the school will schedule a meeting to discuss your request and next steps. Please understand that a consultation meeting to discuss retention will not guarantee that your student will be retained. (BP5123)