Final Events

We are finally here at our last few days of school.  We’ve had such a wonderful time together and made such great memories.

Here are the events for the last days:
Retirement Party – Community is all invited to wish well our retiring staff  Janice Taylor-Romstad, Gaylene Davis, and Rosario Lopez, and other staff members who are leaving Nye.  Come join us in the Auditorium after school at 12:45 on Wednesday, June 7th.  It’s a potluck!  Students may attend with parents or guardians.

June 8th -5th Graders remember to wear your new t-shirt!  We will be practicing for Graduation in the morning.  Please don’t be late to school.  We have a Movie and popcorn  after (please send in your popcorn donation if you volunteered to send some).

In the afternoon at 1:00-2:00 Field Day: Kickball Adults vs. Students  Basketball Adults vs. Students.  Parents, Please join us out on the field.

June 9th (all day)–Wear you t shirt if it is still in good shape. We are going San Diego County Fair Plant Eat Grow  Field Trip.  Bring a sack lunch.  Do not bring your backpacks.  Wear sunscreen, a hat, and good walking shoes.

June 12th (1-2 pm)–Yearbook Signing and special fingerfoods donated by one of our 5th grade parents.  You can wear your t shirt and bring a sharpie to get it signed by your friends.  Bring a silver or gold sharpie for yearbook signing.

June 13th (all day)–Game Day -bring your electronic games, your string,  for the morning.  5th Grade BBQ in the afternoon.  Dress to get wet in the afternoon.  You can bring your soakers.

June 14th–5th Grade Promotion @ 11am, Last day of school

Fun Run Wednesday May 24th

Fun Run
Wednesday, May 24th is the Fun Run! All students will be able to participate whether or not they brought in pledges, so make sure that your child wears comfortable clothing and shoes that they can move in.   Make sure that your child brings a water bottle and puts some sunscreen on in the morning.  5th graders will run after they eat lunch, at 10:30.   If you are able to make a donation or pledge, it is not too late to do so. You can still sign up online or send in the envelope. We appreciate any help you can give to the school to support our kids.  It’s going to be a lot of fun!

Testing
We have a lot of testing these last weeks. Please make sure that your child gets some good sleep each night.   If you can send in a pack of mint gum, we can still use it.Homework
With testing going on we have modified our class schedule and homework.  Homework this week has been to get the personal narrative books finished and illustrated. Please check in on your child and remind them to do that work at home.
They can also review their math skills and practice problems they are unsure of. They will have several math tests coming up including SBAC testing,  a placement test for next year, and our end of year assessment.
I’ve also sent home some lyrics that they need to practice for Promotion Day. There is a guideline sheet which I sent home a hard copy of, and also posted online on DOJO yesterday.
Colonial Day Costumes
Thank you families for washing and returning Colonial Day borrowed costumes.  I am still waiting on just a few students to return their costumes.  Please send back all borrowed Colonial Day costumes, washed and ready for next year.  If you have extra pieces that you would like to add to our collection, we are very grateful to you and yo uwill know that the pieces will be used well by the students coming after you.
Fifth Grade Barbecue
I am also still waiting on just a few of the Barbecue letters. Please send those back with what you will be able to send for the 5th grade barbecue. We hope parents will join us for the celebration and social time. Come a little early to help.

Open House and Colonial Day

Thank you to all the families that came to Open House!  It was so fun to see you all dancing and trying out some of our activities.

Thanks for your support.

Calendar
May 16th-25th–5th Grade SBAC Testing (Make-up Testing the following week)
May 24th Fun Run, Regular Minimum Day
May 25th, Thursday–Additional Minimum Day
May 26th, Friday–No School
May 29th–Monday-Memorial Day Holiday
May 31st–Pass out 5th grade T-Shirts/T-Shirt signing (Bring a sharpie)
June 1st, Thursday–Music concert 12:10-1:00
June 2nd–5th grader perform Fifty-Nifty United States (last awards assembly)
June 8th (1:00-2:00)  Field Day: Kickball Adults vs. Students  Basketball Adults vs. Students
June 9th (all day)–San Diego County Fair Plant Eat Grow  Field Trip
June 12th (1-2 pm)–Yearbook Signing and Special Luncheon
June 13th (all day)–Game Day and 5th Grade BBQ in the afternoon
June 14th–5th Grade Promotion @ 11am, Last day of school

Colonial Day and Open House -Thursday May 18th

5th Grade Barbecue and Activities
Students brought home a letter with some of our 5th grade activities and events. We will need your help and some donations. Please check what you would be able to send for our hot dog barbecue and please let us know if you can also attend some of the activities–come play in the 5th grade versus the Parent/Teacher games, etc.

Fun Run
I’ve also sent home the letter for the Nye Fun Run which is raising money for the school. Students can participate by getting pledges, but they can also participate by registering online and sending email pledge requests to family and friends. The Fun Run is May 24th.

Colonial Day
Students also got to pick out some costumes to borrow for Colonial Day on Thursday, May 18th. They have taken them home and should put together their outfits to wear tomorrow. Students got hats, vests, skirts, blouses, dresses to use. They may still need other items such as britches, tops or aprons. Please make sure that your child takes care of the costume pieces that they borrow. These should be washed and returned after Colonial Day.

Calendar
May 16th-25th–5th Grade SBAC Testing
May 18th–Colonial Day
May 18th–Open House 5:30-6:30
May 25th, Thursday–Additional Minimum Day
May 26th, Friday–No School
May 29th–Monday-Memorial Day Holiday
May 31st–Pass out 5th grade T-Shirts/T-Shirt signing (Bring a sharpie)
June 1st, Thursday–Music concert 12:10-1:00
June 2nd–5th grader perform Fifty-Nifty United States (last awards assembly)
June 8th (1:00-2:00)  Field Day: Kickball Adults vs. Students  Basketball Adults vs. Students
June 9th (all day)–San Diego County Fair Plant Eat Grow  Field Trip
June 12th (1-2 pm)–Yearbook Signing and Special Luncheon
June 13th (all day)–Game Day and 5th Grade BBQ in the afternoon
June 14th–5th Grade Promotion @ 11am, Last day of school

Thank You for a Lovely Teacher Week!


Thank you for a lovely Teacher Appreciation Week!  I loved all the letters, cards, gifts, and flowers, and the wonderful lunch last week.  Thank you all for your support and help!

Language Arts
We are now reading Lemonade War together and having a lot of fun.  Spend some time with your child and ask them about what’s happening in the story.  Have them read a passage to you and talk about the book.  If anyone has a lemon tree with lemons on it, we would love to make some lemonade in class.  Please Dojo me if you are able to contribute some lemons or sugar.

Writer’s Workshop
I am hoping students can get another personal story published.  Please remind your child to work on it at home to add more details and finish their project.  Students are using google docs to type in their story, but they can also keep their writing on a jump drive and work on a word file.  Also, please help your child to find some pictures that they might be able to add to their book when they publish.  It is always fun to add pictures of family and events if you have them.

Math
We have finished Topic 16 geometric figures.  We will have a test on the unit on Wednesday.  Please remember to check your child’s tests results and math work online.

SBAC Testing
Next Monday we officially start SBAC testing.  We would like some mint gum donations so our students can chew only while taking their tests.  If you are able to help us, it would be greatly appreciated.

Colonial Day
Colonial Day is Thursday, May 18th.  Students have been given a letter with some suggestions for costumes to wear on our Colonial Day.  We also have a few things here that students can borrow, then wash and return back to school.

Please read over the letter that was sent home last week for ideas and suggestions.  You can also look for Colonial Costume ideas online and go through your closets to put an outfit together.  Students will be expected to come to school dressed.  We will also have our Open House from 5:30-6:30 that evening where students and parents can participate in a big colonial dance.

Scholastic Book Club
Our last book order will be placed by May 12th.  This will give us enough time to get the books in time before school is out.  Students got a special coupon which will give them one free book up to $5.00 if they order  at least $5.00 worth of books.  Please take a look online at the catalogs.  Remember to redeem the coupon online.  You will need to enter the code when you order.  If you are sending a book order back to school, please make sure that you include the coupon so I can enter it for you.

Order  online. If this is your first time ordering online, you will need to enter our class code:  QJ3YR

 

Calendar
May 16th-25th–5th Grade SBAC Testing
May 18th–Colonial Day
May 18th–Open House 5:30-6:30
May 25th, Thursday–Additional Minimum Day
May 26th, Friday–No School
May 29th–Memorial Day Holiday
May 31st–Pass out T-Shirts/T-Shirt signing
June 1st, Thursday–Music concert 12:10-1:00
June 2nd–5th grader perform Fifty-Nifty United States (last awards assembly)
June 8th (1:00-2:00)  Field Day: Kickball Adults vs. Students  Basketball Adults vs. Students
June 9th (all day)–San Diego County Fair Plant Eat Grow  Field Trip
June 12th (1-2 pm)–Yearbook Signing
June 13th (all day)–Game Day and 5th Grade BBQ in the afternoon
June 14th–5th Grade Promotion @ 11am,Last day of school

Graduation Picture Day on Friday May 5th-Wear Nye T-Shirt (or Navy Blue)

 

Free Children’s Book Party on April 29th
This annual event is at the Organ Pavillion from 8:30-10:30 and everyone is welcome.  You can drive yourself and spend a lovely morning at the park.  Or if you would like to ride with the school, there will be free transportation to the Children’s Book Party at Balboa Park this Saturday, April 29th leaving at 8:00am.  First 80 people to RSVP to the Nye office or email mbarnes1@sandi.net will have a seat on the bus.   Don’t miss it!

Pearson Math
We have  completed Topic 14 on Coordinate Grids and have taken the Unit Assessment for Topic.  We will take the Topic 13 unit assessment now on operations and math expressions.
As we are finishing up these units, it would be helpful for your child to go over past units they had trouble with and review the lesson pages.  SBAC testing have already begun for some students and we will also be starting to test these skills and concepts in the next few weeks.

Smarter Balance Assessment Consortia (SBAC)
Our class has already started testing in the SBAC as many other students in the state.  We started with the new 5th grade Science Tests on Wednesday, and will continue taking the rest of the Math and English Language Arts tests in a couple of weeks.  These tests are a snapshot of your child’s progress towards Common Core Standards.

There has been some research showing that students who get a good night’s sleep the night before, who eat a good breakfast in the morning, and who are allowed to chew gum during the test may perform a little better.  You can help your child by making sure that they get a good night’s sleep and come to school rested and well-fed on testing days.   Also if your are able to donate some gum or mints to school for testing, please send your child with some.  I will collect them and pass it out during testing time.  Thank you for your support.

Art
We are currently working with clay and learning about techniques used by Erik Gronborg, the sculpture artist we studied on our fieldtrip to the Mingei Museum.  I’ve asked students to bring in small toys, stamps, wood blocks and other interesting pieces that they can use in class.  We also need cylindrical pieces that would serve as a rolling pin, as I only have one in the classroom.  Please help your child look around the house to see what might be useful for these activities.

Plant Eat Grow-San Diego County Fair Fieldtrip
Our plants have sprouted and our planters are now sporting baby radishes and lettuces.  It is very exciting. Please make sure that your child brings in their permission slips and bus money, if they haven’t yet done so.

 

Fifth Grade Activities and Special Events
There are many fun things happening for the 5th graders in the next few weeks.

Right now is the Student Logo contest for the 5th grade t-shirts.  Students can enter their black line designs during this week.  5th graders will vote for their favorite which will be featured on a 5th grade t-shirt.

Coming up on May 5th (Friday) will be Graduation Picture Day.   Please remind your child to wear their Nye t-shirt on Friday (or Navy blue t-shirt) for our big group picture which will be featured on the 5th Grade Yearbook.

5th Grade Yearbook
Thanks to the generosity of our Nye PTA, a beautiful 5th Grade Yearbook will be available for students to purchase at only $15.00.  The Yearbook will cost us $20.00, but a donor has offered to offset the cost of the books to make it more affordable for our families.  Thank you!

 

Calendar:
April 24-May 3 (VOTE May 5th)–5th Grade Logo Contest
April 28th, Friday–April Awards Assembly 8:10
April 29th, Saturday-Children’s Book Party in Balboa Park
(Free bus from Nye or drive yourself to Organ Pavillion)
May 5th, Friday – 5th Grade Graduation Picture Day (Wear your Nye T-shirt for Group Picture)
May 16th-25th–5th Grade SBAC Testing
May 18th–Colonial Day
May 18th–Open House 5:30-6:30
May 25th, Thursday–Additional Minimum Day
May 26th, Friday–No School
May 29th–Memorial Day Holiday
May 31st–Pass out T-Shirts/T-Shirt signing
June 1st, Thursday–Music concert 12:10-1:00
June 2nd–5th grader perform Fifty-Nifty United States (last awards assembly)
June 8th (1:00-2:00)  Field Day: Kickball Adults vs. Students  Basketball Adults vs. Students
June 9th (all day)–San Diego County Fair Plant Eat Grow  Field Trip
June 12th (1-2 pm)–Yearbook Signing
June 13th (all day)–Game Day and 5th Grade BBQ in the afternoon
June 14th–5th Grade Promotion @ 11am,Last day of school

Set Your Calendars!

County Fair -Plant Grow Eat
(Please return your permission slips and letter with bus money ASAP)
Our final field trip of the year will be to the San Diego County Fair-Where the West is Fun on Friday, June 9th.  Our busses will cost $6.00 per child.  Our students will be participating in the Plant Eat Grow program, cultivating plant pots and learning about the growing cycle.  It is a great activity, as students learn to care for their living pots.  The trip to the fair will be their culminating activity where they will take their lettuce and radishes to be judged.  In fact, their plant pots will be their ticket into the fair that day.  

We are also looking for chaperones to help us on this field trip.  Parents will be expected to take students to visit the educational displays and installations at the fair in small groups.  There is a lot to see and experience and this is always a highlight trip for our students.  During the field trip time, parents and students may not purchase food or other items and will not be allowed to go on paid-for rides, however if  parent chaperones would like to stay after our field trip time, you can visit those exhibits at your leisure.  

Parent chaperones* may ride the busses with us, or if you would like to stay after our field trip with your child, parents can drive their own cars and pay for parking, then go to the Plant Eat Grow gate at the farm to enter with the school for free. (*Parent chaperones must have completed the school volunteer application process in order to participate.)  We will need 5-6 parents for this field trip.

Scholastic Book Club
Please order Lemonade War for $1.00.  I am encouraging each family to please order this book for your child so we can read it together in class.  It is a funny book, which also reinforces some of the things we learned about economics in our Biztown unit.

Please place your order online or send $1.00 into school before Wednesday, April 19th.  I would like to close the order then so they can send us our book as soon as possible.

Order  online. If this is your first time ordering online, you will need to enter our class code:  QJ3YR

Pearson Math
We took our Topic 11 math assessment on Friday.  Please take a look online at your child’s results.  Go over mistakes and misconceptions with them.

This week we have started Topic 12 about line plots.  We will finish this topic and take the unit assessment on Friday.  Please go over the book pages 725-727 with your child to help them study for the test.

SBAC Testing
Soon we will be taking the state’s Smarter Balance Assessment for California (SBAC)  This is a standardize assessment that all the students in the state will take.  These results will actually be recorded in your child’s school record.  Use these next few weeks to help your child prepare for their test.  Make sure they are reading carefully when they do their homework, ask them questions and have them support their answers with data, reason, and rational.  All these skills will serve them in their futures.

(Please note that some of these dates may change, but I wanted to list as much as I know so you can put it in your calendars at home.)
Calendar:
April 19th- Craft Night at Nye 6:00-7:00
April 24-May 3 (VOTE May 5th)–
5th Grade Logo Contest
April 29th-Children’s Book Party in Balboa Park (Free bus from Nye or drive yourself to Organ Pavillion)
May 5th, Friday – 5th Grade Graduation Picture Day
May 16th-25th–5th Grade SBAC Testing
May 18th–Colonial Day
May 18th–Open House 5:30-6:30
May 25th, Thursday–Additional Minimum Day
May 26th, Friday–No School
May 29th–Memorial Day Holiday
May 31st–Pass out T-Shirts/T-Shirt signing
June 1st, Thursday–Music concert 12:10-1:00
June 2nd–5th grader perform Fifty-Nifty United States (last awards assembly)
June 8th (1:00-2:00)  Field Day: Kickball Adults vs. Students  Basketball Adults vs. Students
June 9th (all day)–San Diego County Fair Plant Eat Grow  Field Trip
June 12th (1-2 pm)–Yearbook Signing
June 13th (all day)–Game Day and 5th Grade BBQ in the afternoon
June 14th–5th Grade Promotion @ 11am,Last day of school

Thank You Biztown and Pacific Western Bank!


Biztown
Thank you to Pacific Western Bank who sponsored our amazing trip to Biztown.  It was such a wonderful and memorable day for our students who practiced the skills needed in a working economy.  Student all had a job and a role in the Biztown community and learned how the economic flow works with workers, businesses, banks, and government.  It was a day full of lessons, and many were inspired to think more deeply and work towards their goals and place in the greater society.


A special thanks to our parent volunteers who made it possible.  Biztown cannot happen without you.  Special shout out to Genny, Susanna, and Judith!

Scholastic Book Club
I’ve sent home the book club catalogue for May.  They are featuring Lemonade War for $1.00.  I am encouraging each family to please order this book for your child so we can read it together in class.  It is a funny book, which also reinforces some of the things we learned about economics in our Biztown unit.

Please place your order online or send $1.00 into school before Wednesday, April 19th.  I would like to close the order then so they can send us our book as soon as possible.

Order  online. If this is your first time ordering online, you will need to enter our class code:  QJ3YR

Pearson Math
We will be taking our Unit 11 Assessment on Friday.  Please remind your child to study.  Go over the word problems and practice conversions.  Look at the previous quick checks to see how the questions are constructed and think through the problems together.

Next week we will start Topic 12.  It is a short unit.  Our Unit 12 assessment will be next Friday.

 

Calendar Dates:
April 13th  – Knox Articulation Meeting for Parents and Students 1:15
May 4th – 5th Grade Graduation Picture Day
5th Grade SBAC Testing- May 16th-25th
Additional Minimum Day May 25th
No School- May 26th, Friday
Memorial Day Holiday- May 29th, Monday
Plant Eat Grow Fair Fieldtrip- June 9th Friday
5th Grade Promotion-June 14th, Last day of school

Biztown is Monday April 10th!

Biztown
Our Biztown fieldtrip is on Monday April 10th.

Before our break, your child went through an application and interview process for a Biztown job.  They were given their assignments and have been meeting with their business teams in preparation for our Biztown experience on Monday.

Please be sure to get your child to school on time on April 10th.  They should dress professionally and appropriately for their job.  I would also highly recommend wearing comfy shoes as students will have a long day on their feet.

Please have your child pack a healthy lunch, and be sure to include a water bottle that they can fill up if they need to. Parent volunteers will drive themselves or carpool over to meet us at Biztown.  Please also make sure to pack a lunch for yourself if you are volunteering.

Knox Articulation Meeting 4/13 @1:15 -Parents, Please Attend and Ask Questions
As our 5th graders are fast approaching the end of their time here at Nye, Hopefully parents have made plans for where your child will go to school next September.

On Thursday, April 13th, Knox Middle School will be here at 1:15 for an articulation meeting with our students and parents in the auditorium.  This is a good time to bring your questions, and make sure that you have back up plans.

Math
We started working on measurement in Topic 11.  Each lesson deals with only one aspect of measurement, so it is very important for your child to keep practicing those measurement concepts on their own.   You can see your child’s quiz results online and find out what they need more practice with.  We should finish the unit next week and have our unit assessment at the end of the week.

Last Week of Halo Halo at the Lyceum Theater
This is the last week for Asian Story Theater’s play of Halo Halo at the Lyceum Theater downtown in Horton Plaza.  I hope you will try to come see this show about San Diego’s Filipino Community, with stories developed through history and personal interviews.  These stories explore Filipino American culture and traditions, as well as struggles and triumphs that every audience shares.  Four of our fifth grade students from Nye Elementary: Aiden,  Rafael, and two fifth graders last year-Angelika, and Audrey have contributed to one of the stories featured in the show!  There is also a contribution from Mr. Delute who has been a substitute principal this year at Nye.

It is a show I am very proud to be a part of as the stories are so powerful and important for all our San Diego community to hear.  After most of the performances, there has also been a discussion panel featuring many of the community members who shared their stories.  These have been so informative and inspirational.  If you come to the show, you might consider staying to hear the panel speakers.

Halo Halo runs Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday– 7:30 curtain, and
Saturday and Sunday –2:00 Matinee, at the Lyceum Theater, downtown in Horton Plaza.
Hope to see you there.

Happy Spring Break!


Congratulations Class for winning the 2nd place Attendance Award.  Good job, everyone!

Spring Break March 20th-March 31st
Students are off for Spring Break.  We had a great 2nd semester with some wonderful fieldtrips.
Special thanks to the Mingei Museum who gave each child a family pass to visit the museum again.  I sent them home on Friday, so make sure that you check your child’s backpack.  The family pass allows your entire family to visit the museum for free!

Report cards were given out during Parent Conferences or sent home on Friday, so please check in with your child if you haven’t seen it.

During this break encourage your child to read, and write their stories down.  Take pictures of trips and family, cook together, measure and use fractions as you look at recipes, sort socks and make fraction piles, eat pizza and talk about fractional parts, look at those cereal boxes and macaroni boxes and find the volume.  When we come back from Spring Break, we will soon be starting state testing.  Fractions will be a big part of those math tests.

We will also start the measurement units in our Pearson Math program.  I’ve assigned some work online that your child can do over break to work ahead and be ready for our lessons when we come back.

Try to spend a little time with your child to look over the past units we have already done and go over the concepts they need to work on a little more.  This is a great opportunity to catch up and even put some energy into moving ahead.  Your child can also do STMath practice online, use Khan Academy, work on Spelling City and NewsELA.

Come to the Theater to See Me in Halo Halo
I will be opening in a show produced by Asian Story Theater called Halo Halo on Friday, March 31st.  This show is about San Diego’s Filipino Community, with stories developed through history and personal interviews.  These stories explore Filipino American culture and traditions, as well as struggles and triumphs that every audience shares.  In fact, four students from Nye Elementary have contributed to one of the stories featured in the show–our fifth graders: Aiden, and Rafael, and two fifth graders last year-Angelika, and Audrey.  There is also a contribution from Mr. Delute who has been a substitute principal this year at Nye.

Halo Halo runs for 2 weeks: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Lyceum Theater, downtown in Horton Plaza.  Hope to see you there.

Have a lovely week off! And see you back to school on April 3rd.

Parent Conferences and Minimum Days 3-20 to 3-24

Math Test Topic 10
We took our Topic 10 Assessment on Volume this week.  Student tests results are online.  Please take some time this weekend to look at them and go over mistakes with your child.

Next week we will take some more time to do some more practice with these recent concepts about fractions and volume measurements.  We will hold off on starting Topic 11 until after we come back from Spring Break.

BizTown Job Interview
Next week students will be interviewing for their jobs at Biztown.  They should bring their job applications to their interview which will be on Monday and Tuesday.  Students should practice their interviewing skills and manners over this weekend.  They should also prepare a simple resume to bring with them at their interview.

Please remind your child to dress appropriately for their job interview.


Biztown FieldTrip
Biztown Permission Slips have been sent home.  Only two students have brought them back to school, so please check in with your child and make sure that you fill out the permission slips and return them to school ASAP.  The first slip is actually for Biztown.  I am encouraging families to please check the first permission line so that your child may participate in any media on that day.  Biztown actually has a newspaper business that the students will run.  They will be taking pictures which will appear in the Biztown Newspaper.  We hope that everyone can participate and take part in the pictures and any media events there.

Parent volunteers will also be getting a letter soon.  Remember that parents will be driving to Biztown that morning before the students arrive.  If you are volunteering, we have one parent at least who will need a ride to Biztown.  Please let me know if you can carpool to take someone else.  If there are any other parents who have not yet contacted me, but would be interested in volunteering that day, please let me know so I can submit your name.

We also want to that Pacific Western Bank who is helping to sponsor this very special and otherwise very expensive trip to Biztown on April 10th.  Thank you, Pacific Western Bank for making this possible for our students.

Pi Day 3.14
Thank you parents who brought pies in for Pi Day.  We had a fun time dividing the circumference by the diameter of our pies to find pi  (c/d=pi).

Pure Water Reclamation Plant
We had such an informative fieldtrip to the Pure Water Plant on Friday, March 17th!  It was really wonderful to learn how our water can be recycled and purified to combat California’s Water needs as our population continues to grow.

Students toured the lab to learn about the 1st process to remove harmful bacteria from sewer water, and then were able to try the water which has been gone through the secondary purification process.   It was exciting for our students to think about how their water will be processed by the time they are adults paying the water bills themselves.  Talk to your child about what they learned.

Calendar:
Remember Parent Conferences and Minimum Days are March 20th-March 24th
Spring Break March 27th-31st-No School
Back to School April 3rd
Biztown April 10th

 

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