By Scott Lay
The last full month of the school year is upon us.
We will be busy with the state testing, Open House, and our Volunteer Breakfast to name a few.
We start this month with the bulk of our state testing for the 3rd through 8th grades.
So far it has gone smoothly and the students are doing a great job with the online testing.
This year the students will get results from the testing before school is out so we can see how they did.
The results are only for the parents and teachers this year and won’t be “official” for their files.
Open House is on Thursday, May 14th.
The Parent Teacher Club will hold a BBQ from 5-6pm while the classrooms are open from 5:30-6:30pm.
We will also be holding the Book Fair in the gym from 5-7pm.
We hope you can all come and see your child’s classroom and some of the projects they have been working on throughout the year.
On May 5th we will be hosting our annual Volunteer Breakfast in the library from 8-8:30am.
It is the staffs chance to thank our great volunteers for all the work they have performed over the course of the school year.
Lastly, I wanted to get you the results of our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) survey.
We received 30 parent surveys and 147 student surveys.
There were a lot of great suggestions for classes and how to better support students.
The top responses that we will make every effort to incorporate into the next school year are – organizational classes for students, foreign language classes, expanded peer tutoring, and job fairs to help students learn about different careers.
My very favorite response came from a 1st grade student who thought we should have classes on Unicorns!
When the LCAP is finalized with the changes I will put it on our school web page so you can access it.
Thanks and enjoy our last full month of school.
By Jennifer Vierra
State Testing Schedules:
3rd Grade: April 27th-29th
4th Grade: April 30, May 1st, and May 4th
5th Grade: May 11th - May 13th
6th Grade: May 5th - May 8th
7th Grade: May 5th- May 8th
8th Grade: May 14th- May 19th
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