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Process for forgotten items...
LUNCHES- Ideally it is best to send your student's lunch with them in the morning. However, we understand that some lunches are forgotten. The new procedure is for you sign in as visitor in the office, then take your student's lunch into the MPR stage stairs put it on the floor and write students name and teacher on the whiteboard. Lunch duty knows to instruct the students to take a look but please communicate to your student that if they forget their lunch, to check the area in the MPR. Please make sure your student's name is on the lunch box or bag!
INSTRUMENTS- Same procedure as lunches, see above
HOMEWORK- We do not disturb class to notify students of forgotten homework
WATER BOTTLES- If needed for lunch use lunch procedure.
Have you moved?
Please follow the district procedures if you have moved.
SUMMER PROJECT: REFLECTIONS
SUMMER PROJECT: REFLECTIONS
Want a great summer project? Reflections is an annual national PTA arts recognition program that is due in October but why not get a jump start and have your kids work on their piece over the summer. The theme this year is: WHAT IS YOUR STORY. Make sure to reflect on the theme. There are 6 categories to choose from: visual arts, photography, dance, music, film, & literature. This is a long running very successful program that fosters the arts, building relationships in our community, and building students confidence. It’s fun and it’s free. National PTA welcomes all grades and abilities to explore and get involved. All submissions are original and based off the annual theme.
All you do is create an original piece inspired by the theme is one of the 6 categories.
Submit your entry to your school office by October 2016.
Art will be judged based off of how closely it relates to the theme, how creative it is, and technique.
See past art works here: http://www.pta.org/programs/reflections.cfm?ItemNumber=3767&navItemNumber=3803
There are local awards and someone will win Outstanding Interpretation Awards receiving an all expense paid trip to the National PTA convention for student and one adult, and $800 young artist scholarship. See other awards here: http://www.pta.org/programs/reflections.cfm?ItemNumber=3767&navItemNumber=3803
Our children pick the theme each year. The theme search contest winner chosen wins $100. Learn more about the theme search contest: http://www.pta.org/programs/reflections.cfm?ItemNumber=3761&navItemNumber=4563
learn more about State PTA awards and prizes.
Need a receipt from a donation
you made to PTA or Learning Fund?
You can print a copy of your receipt anytime by doing the following:
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All transactions are listed; including dates of payment and Tax ID's for each organization.
Conference Day Schedule Oct. 3 – 7
(Schedule is Monday through Friday for all grades)
TK/K Class Rm#12 8:05am – 12:00pm
Kindergarten AM 8:00am to 11:23am
PM 11:40am to 3:03pm
Grades 1- 2 8:05 am to 12:00 pm
Grade 3 8:05 am to 12:00 pm
Grades 4-5 8:05 am to 12:01 pm
Coffee with the Superintendent
Meet San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s new Superintendent Rick Schmitt at our “Coffee with the Superintendent” Twin Creeks Elementary School on November 10, 2016 at 8:30am in the MPR. At this coffee, the Superintendent will share a little about his priorities, the District’s “Framework for Excellence” and his philosophy. What Mr. Schmitt most appreciates is hearing from parents and one of his priorities is two-way communication. He always walks away from these meetings having learned new, interesting and important information.
The Superintendent will be meeting with every school parent community this fall. If you can’t make this event, check out Www.srvusd.net/coffeeswithsupt for details of other meetings. If you have questions, please email his Executive Assistant Cindy Fischer at email@example.com.
News and events
Meet San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s new Superintendent Rick Schmitt at our “Coffee with the Superintendent”. At this coffee, the Superintendent will share a little about his priorities, the District’s “Framework for Excellence” and his philosophy. What Mr. Schmitt most appreciates is hearing from parents and one of his priorities is two-way communication. He always walks away from these meetings having learned new, interesting and important information.
The Superintendent will be meeting with every school parent community this fall. If you can’t make this event, check out details of other meetings listed at http://www.srvusd.net/coffeeswithsupt.
The annual San Ramon Rotary Online Auction for Education is the largest funder of the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation’s educator grants. Last year’s auction raised over $80,000 towards grants that funded innovative programs and technology for SRVUSD students.
The auction opens on October 4 at 10 a.m. and closes on October 14 at 10 p.m.
New this year! Everyone who bids will be entered to win the following great prizes!
60" TV courtesy of San Ramon Rotary's Auction for Education
$500 shopping card to Target courtesy of Crow Canyon Orthodontics
A class party for up to 30 kids from Rockin Jump Dublin
Bids open Tuesday, October 4 at 10 a.m. at www.SRVEF.org/Auction.
The drawing will be held on race day. Visit www.sanramonrotary.org for more information.
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