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Dodgers Reading Champions opened for registration on March 1, 2019, and will take place from March 2019 - August 2019.  

 

The program’s sweepstakes restarts every month, so children have an opportunity to win every month! Please register today!

 

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Elementary School Science Fair Project Ideas

Education.com 

sciencebob.com

hometrainingtools.com  This site is divided into sections; Life science, Earth science, Physical science and Science Fair Experiments

Scholastic.com

sciencekids.co.nz

icanteachmychild.com

explorable.com

sciencefun.org

acs.org Very neat site some experiments are similar to what we have in FOSS Kit for 4th and 5th

science.ie Activities grouped by year and has an archive section

rootsofaction.com extensive list of experiments and steps on how to carry them out

 

 

 

Today's Events

HELP Our School receive an award worth thousands

 

 

California's 2019 Scholar Dollars program will help support the k-8 extracurricular and enrichment activities we care about! 

 

Alexandria Elementary School is competing for $20,000  award to fund physical education equipment. Be sure to vote for our school every day between March 11 - 22, 2019. at MyScholarDollars.com and help us secure these funds.

 

Click on the link myscholarsdollars.com  watch a 3 min video and click Next after, fill out the form and click submit to make your vote count. Thank you for your support!

Coordinator & Title III Coach's Corner

Alexandria Elementary held its monthly Awards Assembly and students were recognized for their reclassification from Limited English Proficiency (LEP) to Fluent English Proficientcy (RFEP). We had a total of 51 students from grades 1-5 reclassify. 

Students had to meet the following criteria:

ELPAC Summative scores of 3 max or above

Teacher evaluation: ELA composite score of 3 or 4

DIBELS: Benchmark or Above Benchmark scores in all skills (MOY or EOY)

Congratulations to all our awardees!

Alexandria Elementary has surpassed the district reclassification goal of 22%. Our reclassification rate is 28%! Thank you to teachers, parents and students for all hard work!

 

Ms. Bolanos, Coordinator and

Ms. Burgos, Title II Coach

 

Positive Behavior Support Area Rules

Common Areas

Be Safe

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

All common areas

-Walk facing forward

-Keep hands, feet and objects to self

-Get adult help for accidents and spills

-Use all equipment and materials appropriately

-Use kind words and actions

-Wait for your turn

-Clean up after yourself

-Follow adult directions

-Follow school rules

-Remind others to follow school rules

-Take proper care of personal belongings and school equipment

-Be honest

Cafeteria/Lunch Area

-Keep all food to self

-Sit with feet on floor, bottom on bench, and facing table

-Allow anyone to sit next to you

-Use quiet voices

-Wait in single file with hands and feet to self

-Get utensils, milk, etc., when you go through the line

-Wait to be excused

Playground/Recess

-Walk to and from the playground

-Stay in area boundaries

-Be aware of activities, games around you

-Play fairly

-Include everyone

-Be in line when the bell rings (single file with hands and feet to self)

-Equipment monitor holds play equipment

Passing Areas, Halls, Sidewalks

-Stay to the right

-Allow other to pass

-Walk at all times, never run

-Hold the door open for the person behind you

-Use quiet voices

-Return to class or area in a timely and orderly manner

-Always tell adult/buddy where you are going

Restrooms

-Keep both feet on the floor

-Keep water in the sink

-Wash/dry your hands

-Use restroom for bathroom business

-Exit quickly and orderly

-Knock on the stall doors

-Give people privacy

-Avoid standing on toilet seats

-Use quiet voices

-Flush toilet after use

-Return to room promptly

-Use a bathroom pass

Arrival and Dismissal Areas

-Use bike line

-Use sidewalks and crosswalks

-Wait in designated areas

-Walk instead of running

-Use kind words and actions on and off campus

-Wait in line quietly

-Follow adult directions

-Arrive on time

-Leave on time

-Get adult permission to be in hallways, classrooms and offices

Special Events and Assemblies

-Wait for arrival and dismissal signal

-Use audience manners

-Sit on bottom

-Follow school rules

-Remind others to follow school rules

Classroom

-Ask permission before handling any materials

-Walk

-Treat everybody fairly and kindly

-Respect teacher, classmates, and property

-Complete assignments

-Bring homework on time

-Account for materials borrowed

 

Attendance

We want to share some information and reminders on the importance of daily attendance. We want all students in class and on time every day to get the most out of the instructional day.

We will continue with our H.E.R.O. program to promote that all students be here every day ready and on time. Students that have perfect attendance for the month will receive a certificate at our monthly awards assembly.

We have two staff members that are here to assist with our students' attendance. For the students in ETK and Kinder we have Mr.s Ramirez. Mrs. Ramirez visits classrooms weekly and awards students a sticker if they have 5 days of perfect attendance. She also conducts classroom mini-lessons on healthy habits and the importance of daily attendance.

October 26th was our 50th day of school. Students at this point should have 2 or less absences to be on track for the 96% attendance for the year. All ETK, TK and Kinder students that are meeting their goal of 0 to 2 absences by the end of October will receive a 50th Day Certificate and a BJ's Restaurant Certificate for a free meal.

Ms. Rosalba Gamma is our PSA Counselor. Weekly classrooms that have the highest attendance by grade level receive the attendance H.E.R.O. flag. For the week ending October 26th the classes with the highest attendance were for Kinder Ms. Lopez with 100%, 1st grade Ms. Rux 98%, 2nd Ms. Martinez 100%, 3rd grade Mr. Zanda with 97.5%, 4th grade Ms. Ruiz 97.8%, and 5th grade Mr. Castano with 98.5%. Ms. Gama will be sending out letters for students that have uncleared absences.

Stay tuned for November Perfect Attendance Challenge!

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Principal's Message

"It takes a Village to Raise a Child"

 

As the old African proverb says, it is everyone's job to help raise a child. We at Alexandria Elementary believe that when we work
together, teachers, parents, and students, when we have a clear and defined vision and purpose, there is no limit to what we can achieve together. We need your help to make each child shine in the light of their excellence.

I want to invite each one of you to become an active part of our school community; maybe as a member in one of the committees, a Parent Volunteer, or an event support staff. It is important to us to get to know you and learn from your questions, suggestions, or address your concerns.

It is equally important for us to know that we have your support and that we share the same purpose and vision for our children, that we can build a more effective school by listening and speaking with you.

My door is always open to meet you as I know that the door of every school member is as well. Please do not hesitate to approach us when you need it.

Finally let me wish you in our name a Happy Thanksgiving as you cherish all the good things that you have in your life.

 

Luis Gadea,

Principal

Looking for a Community Representative

Parent centers are critical and essential resources in schools to engage parents as partners in their children's education. It is a place where parents can learn about curriculum, community resources, communicating with teachers and school personnel, and ways to support their children's learning at home.

 

Alexandria Ave. Elementary is looking to fill the position of Community Representative.

Qualifications:

  • interest in the total educational process including curriculum, student health and safety, District policies, and social, ethnic, and economic aspects.
  • Ability to speak and write in English and the predominant language spoken by the community
  • Ability to work effectively with District personnel, community representatives, and students.

If interested, please submit your resume to the Main Office no later than Friday, February 15th at 2:30pm