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pink rubber bracelets benefitting cancer research

October is Pink Month!

Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Geer will be selling pink rubber bracelets (shown below) this month for $1 each. The proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research. Students, families, and staff may also purchase pink hearts for 25 cents to honor loved ones. On Fridays in October, students can pay $1 to wear pink shirts. We […]

Teacher Tip Tuesday: Homework Hints, Part II

Homework is such an important part of your child’s daily routine, that we have more advice about homework for today’s TTT. These ideas come from Mrs. Geer, who found them on scholastic.com. Be sure to check their site for more helpful information for parents, families, and students. 3 Great homework tips from http://www.scholastic.com: 1. Do […]

October Students of the Month and Newsletter

Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for October 2015: PreK – Allyson DeLeon, Anderson Rodas K – Judy Lagos, Justin Ponce, Sadie Holloway 1st -Donny Bonilla-Gomez, Daysi Ladino, Megan Saari, Madissen DeSousa 2nd – Angie Mendoza, Wayner Alonzo Delgado, Lucy Kang 3rd – Kristina Dove, Mark Nunes, Cameron […]


Literacy Week: Character Dress Up Day

We are so excited that we had such excellent participation for Character Dress Up Day! Lots of students and staff members dressed as characters from favorite books. Check out our Facebook page for a great picture slideshow that Mr. Starr made. JPPSS joined us this morning to take some pictures and video and have added some images to […]

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