I-Ready Reading and i-Ready Math Family Reports will be coming home to all 3rd-5th grade families on Thursday, June 3rd. The reports are two (2) pages in format for each subject and teachers will be handing them directly to students at the end of the day. I share this information with you so you can keep an eye out for the report when your student gets home from school.
These iReady reports are a result of your student taking our annual local assessment in class these past few weeks and will give you a snapshot of your student’s performance in both reading and math. The report shares general information as well as key terms and focuses on their performance in key domains.
Our site staff will be using this valuable performance data to support planning for the 2021-22 school year and to also review placement into appropriate courses in an ongoing fashion. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the school so that we can help.
Friday, June 4 and Monday, June 7
Offices open 8am-3pm, closed for lunch from noon- 1pm
Tuesday, June 8
Offices Closed To the Public
Classes are filling up fast! Register your student(s) for a virtual or in-person class today!
College for Kids | Virtual Classes
Class Offerings: art, coding, drawing, sewing, fashion design, reading, writing, Spanish, magic, academic chess
CUSD Summer Experience | In-Person Classes
*Available at select CUSD locations: Canyon Vista ES, Ladera Ranch ES & MS,
Oak Grove ES, Oso Grande ES
Visit our website to view the complete Summer 2021 class grids!
Register Today at www.saddleback.edu/ce | For questions email email@example.com. Thank you for your continued support!
Amy Garcia | Program Assistant, M-TH
Community Education | Saddleback College
*We are currently working remotely, thank you for your patience!
Summer meal distribution will start Tuesday, June 15 at the Food & Nutrition Offic (32972 Calle Perfecto, SJC). 7 day meal kits will be available from 8:00-10:00 AM every Tuesday from June 15 – July 27.
Middle students need to return all textbooks, novels, and library books to the Media Center no later than Tuesday, May 25, 2021.
All students in grades K-8 will be keeping their assigned Chromebooks with them over summer vacation. If you currently have a school issued Chromebook, please see the attached Optional Chromebook Insurance forms. CLICK HERE FOR OPTIONAL CHROMEBOOK INSURANCE FORM.
Arrival time is still 8:00am for all grades:
Kindergarten dismissal- 11:55,
Grades 1-5- 12:05 pm
Middle school, 11:34am (please note that middle schoolers will NOT be dismissed at 12:15pm!).
The school bell may stop ringing, but summer is a great time to make a plan that gets students ready for the next grade level and supports their social and emotional development. Please join us to learn tips and strategies and explore resources, so that summer is a time of learning and growth (as well as relaxation!)
– Learn key strategies to support students’ social, emotional, and academic needs over summer break
– Receive community and academic enrichment resources
– Learn tips for a successful transition into middle and high school
Parent/Guardian Webinar Topic: Summer Support
Date and Time: May 19, 2021, 6-7 pm
Recently the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) provided updated guidance regarding face coverings when individuals are outdoors. This updated guidance impacts our school in two ways:
- Recess: Students will no longer be required to wear a mask for the entire time they are at recess. As long as a student maintains six feet of physical distancing from other students he/she may remove his/her mask. Students who gather close to one another should keep their masks on, however, if they are playing a game that keeps them separated from one another, they may remove their masks while they are distanced from one another. (Students are still required to wear a mask while indoors in class.)
- Arrival/Dismissal: Vaccinated adults who are dropping off or picking up students are not required to wear a mask so long as they maintain physical distancing from others. As the guidance indicates, please maintain physical distancing from those not in your household when you do so.
We are pleased to see a continued evolution to a greater degree of normal. Thank you for your patience as we continue to work to follow the guidelines provided to us by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
Buenas tardes familias de Hankey,
Recientemente, el Departamento de Salud Pública de California (CDPH) ha actualizado las guías acerca de cómo cubrirse la boca y nariz cuando las personas están al aire libre. Estas recomendaciones impactan a nuestras escuelas de dos maneras:
1. Recreo: Los estudiantes no tendrán que usar mascarilla durante todo el tiempo que estén en el recreo. Los estudiantes pueden quitarse la mascarilla, siempre y cuando mantengan una distancia física de seis pies con el resto de estudiantes. Los estudiantes que se reúnen en grupos deben mantener sus mascarillas puestas, sin embargo, si están participando en un juego que los mantiene separados entre sí, pueden quitarse las mascarillas mientras exista el distanciamiento físico. (Los estudiantes deben usar sus mascarillas cuando estén dentro del aula de clases).
2. Entrada/Salida: Los adultos que están vacunados no están obligados a usar una mascarilla cuando dejan o recogen a sus niños de la escuela, siempre que mantengan una distancia física de las demás personas. Como se indica en las guías, por favor mantenga distancia física de las personas que no viven con usted durante este proceso.
Nos complace ver una continua evolución hacia el grado de normalidad. Gracias por su paciencia mientras continuamos trabajando para seguir las pautas que nos proporciona el Departamento de Salud Pública de California (CDPH).