Thank you to Lisa Lea and Adriana Shoemaker for organizing a successful Father Daughter Dance! Ninety-six very happy girls and their dads had a great time!! Thank you both for your continued support and commitment to our community!
Father Daughter Luau Saturday Feb 9, 2019 San Jose Cafeteria 7pm to 10pm
See Friday Folders for RSVP form.
$20 per father/daughter couple $5 per additional child
Hawaiian attire encouraged but not required.
Online ticket sales end Friday, February 8th at 11:30 PM.
in the 5th grade recently completed a unit about the American Revolution. The
students worked diligently to create a project to show what they learned.
Students created PowerPoints, battle maps, trading cards, flags, and games all
about the Revolution that led to our country being free. Great job fifth grade!
STUDENT COUNCIL EXTENDS CANDY GRAM SALES TO MONDAY, 2/11! Student Council will be selling Valentine’s Day candy grams February 4-11. All treats will be peanut and gluten free. Proceeds will be donated to Lifeline Resources. Please return your order forms and payment ($1 each) to your child’s teacher by February 11. Be sure to print your child’s first and last name, as well as their homeroom. Please fill out a separate form for each recipient. Thank you for your continued support!
On Wednesday, January 30th, the 8th graders took part in a mock trial at the United States Federal Courthouse. Under the direction of the Honorable Harvey Schlesinger, the students conducted the trial, serving as the lawyers, witnesses, jury, and clerks. After a question and answer session with our judge, the students were also given a presentation by a U.S. Marshal. Students learned about the role of the marshals and saw tools they use in their job. After being released from the demonstration of handcuffs, the student remarked that he hoped it would be his last time wearing them. The field trip gave the 8th graders an opportunity to witness firsthand our judicial system in action.