Are you excited to learn about the learning our 4th and 5th-grade students do in upper elementary? Student-led tours are available now. Read More . . .
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School tours and info sessions with Principal Jasso for new, incoming families for the 2020-21 school year are scheduled for January 17 and February 7, 8:30-10:00am. Please call the office at (650) 508-7303 to sign up - space is limited! Additional tour dates will be added as the need arises. School tours are for parents only.
No Such Thing as a Bad Kid: Using a Positive, Strength-Based Approach for Effective Parenting, presented by Charlie Applestein, 12/11/19. See Parent Resources . . .
Without the renewal of the Measure P funding and increase through Measure N on the March 3rd ballot, some existing local school funding, about $2.2M, will expire and disappear from SCSD school budgets. San Carlos School District K-8 schools will have to make drastic cuts to academic programs, increase class sizes, and maintain only basics. Learn more about what that could mean to our schools.
Dear Heather Parents, As you know through your classroom communications, Heather students, grades 1-3, have taken or will be taking a math benchmark assessment at the end of the first trimester, in November or December. . . . read more
October is Safety Month-- we participate in the Great California Shake-out, reviewing and updating our Emergency Response Plan. Kids learn about internet safety and digital citizenship, and we promote a safe and happy Halloween- read more
This year, we are joining the district with a new approach to conferences in order to support increased student ownership, rigor, and engagement. We want our students to embrace new challenges with confidence, and we are eager to help each child take their next “just right” learning steps . . . Read more
September is Attendance Awareness Month . . . Our goal this year is to . . . Read more
As a Preschool to 3rd grade school, we are committed to supporting learning, engagement, and the overall well-being of our children. Over the last couple of years, we have worked alongside the other district schools, superintendent and Board of Trustees and have applied a new research-based approach to homework.
Each year, we take the time to practice our emergency procedures so that we’re prepared in the event of an emergency.
If your family would like to donate some items that will be used in the classroom, here is a guide to what items would be appreciated!
April 2, 2018: Principal's Bulletin
Principal's Bulletin, April 17, 2018