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Time: 7:45-8:15

Place: MPR

FUN RUNNERS

Fun Runners meets every

Monday, Wednesday and Friday:

Kinders:  8am - 8:10am


Grades 1-5:  8am - 8:25am



Students do not need to sign up

for Fun Runners - they just

need to show up!  The program

is free.  Fun Runners is

canceled if it is raining or

if the conditions are too

slippery.  
Please no

drop-offs prior to 8am! 



Questions? Please contact

LeAnn VanEssen  lvanessen@mac.com

 

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Bell Schedule

Kindergarten:

AM Class    8:15am-11:35am

PM Class    11:15am-2:35pm

      Wed.    8:15am-11:35pm

Grades 1-5:

8:30 am         Instruction Begins

9:35-9:50      1st, 2nd Recess 

10:05-10:20     3rd Recess

10:25 -10:40    4th, 5th Recess

11:35-12:15      1st, 2nd Grade Lunch

 12:05-12:45    3rd, Grade Lunch

12:35-1:15      4th, 5th Grade Lunch

2:40 pm          1st, 2nd, 3rd Dismissal

2:50 pm          4th, 5th Dismissal

Wednesdays,  Grades 1-5  Early Dismissal 1:30pm

AR GOAL

Mrs. Quesinberry has set our Accelerated Reader (AR) goals for 2014 - 2015 to 40,000 points by May 31, 2015.  Because we've reached our AR half-way goal of 20,000 points, students will ALSO be allowed to wear a FAKE MUSTACHE at our CRAZY HAIR SPIRIT DAY on JANUARY 30, 2015.  Students should provide their own mustaches.  You can mark one directly on the face with easily removable facial make-up or tape one made out of paper, yarn, fur, felt, etc.  Some party stores or dollar stores even have them in stock.  Congratulations and keep reading!  Let's get to our end-of-the-year goal as well!  Remember, the library is open (unless posted) every morning at 8:15 and Wednesdays after school for you to check out books and take AR quizzes.


 

READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY

READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY/DR. SEUSS' BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION - MONDAY, MARCH 2
Sunset will be celebrating National Education Association's Read Across America .  This is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.  On that day, Sunset students will be allowed to wear pajamas to school or any Dr. Seuss 'attire.'  Classrooms will be focusing on reading in a variety of ways.  Happy Reading!

 

 

Sunset's Out with Old in with New Clothing Drive Is Back!!


Sunset is once again participating in the Schoola Clothing Drive. Simply by cleaning your closets, you can raise much needed funds for our school.  It's as easy as 1-2-3. The week of February 23-February 27 you can drop off your bags filled with toddler (boy and girl), kids (boy and girl) and women clothes in the MPR.  Please click here for the flier to find out how to request your bag and get more info.

 
All items in Lost and Found will be donated to Schoola on February 27th.
If your child has lost something at Sunset since the beginning of the year it is now located in the MPR. Please go through all items to see if your child has any items as it will all be donated at the end of February. Thank you Sunset PTO.
 
Please contact Liz Heaney or Jessica Salamida with any questions!

 

2015 Sunset Gala Info

It's Gala time!!! Invitations for Sunset's largest fundraiser of the year, The Gala, will be going home this Friday, February 13th!!  Be sure to get your invitation turned in to secure yourself a seat.  This year the tables will once again be 10 top, so those of you that plan to sit with friends, please plan accordingly.  The Gala will be taking place on March 21st at the Palm Event Center. If you have any questions about the Gala, please contact Krisann Neubauer.

Revised Playground Rules

ELAC Meeting

ELAC meeting is February 19, 2015 at 8:30 in room 34

2015 Science Odyssey

TK/Kindergarten Information

Kindergarten Registration Informational  Meeting

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Electronic Flyer Delivery Starts December 9

Electronic Flyers for Parents

The paper flyers we have been sending home will now be sent electronically to your inbox.  These eflyers can also be viewed by clicking on the Peachjar button that has been placed on each school’s website homepage.  This “green” initiative will save our schools tons of paper and reduce copy costs by thousands of dollars.  On top of that, it is our belief that this paperless delivery of school flyers will ensure important information gets delivered directly to you in a more efficient manner.

No action is required on your part.  You will receive a welcome email from the “Peachjar” the service provider that will include a username and password.  This is provided to give you the opportunity to manage your account and flyer delivery preferences.  You do not need to login to receive or view eflyers.

To ensure smooth delivery of this communication, we suggest you add “school@peachjar.com” to your email contacts.  Note:  add “school@peachjar.com” to your contact list just as written; DO NOT change it to the name of your school @peachjar.com.  When you receive your first eflyer, be sure to click “always display images.”

If you do not receive an email from Peachjar, it could mean your email address is not on file with your school, or there is an error with the address on file.  Please see your school office to inquire.

This system is used exclusively for distribution of school-approved flyers.  Your email address will not be shared or used for any other purpose. 

Thank you for helping us save time, money, and LOTS of trees!

2014 Halloween Parade

Livermore American Indian Center

The Livermore American Indian Center, serving students of American Indian/Alaskan Native heritage in the Livermore Valley and Castro Valley public schools, is searching for students of American Indian/Alaskan Native heritage who are age 4 through grade 12.  When these students are identified and signed up for the Title VII Program, they are eligible for free services including a weekly cultural class, tutoring, field trips, scholarships, summer day camp, and parent-sponsored monthly business meeting.

If you know of any students who are eligible for the Title VII Program, please have their parents contact the Livermore American Indian Center at (925) 606-4748, ext. 3 or email:  mputhoff@lvjusd.k12.ca.us

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Today: 2/27/15

Non-Student Days

February 16-President's Day

March 12 and 13

March 30-April 6

May 1
May 22

 

No school for students

Book Club Dates

Third Tuesday of every month:

Jan. 29th, Feb 17th, Mar. 17th, Apr 21st,

May 19th,

 

Time: 7:45 - 8:15 

Place: Multipurpose Room

 

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Math News

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Volunteers/Visitor

If you are a parent volunteer or visitor who will be chaperoning for a field trip, please sign in at the main office prior to going to the classroom. We would like to make sure everyone is safe and accounted for.

 

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