5537 The Toledo
For Current 5th, 6th, & 7th Grade
Application Deadline is May 16, 2016
Contact: Ben Louie at email@example.com
Discover LBCC at an informal gathering in your neighborhood.
Descubrir LBCC en una reunión informal en tu vecindario.
NAPLES BAYSIDE ACADEMY
A California Distinguished School 2011
April 25 to May 6, 2016
VISIT US AT: www. Lbschools.net/naples
RETURNING NEXT YEAR
In planning for the 2016-2017 school year, we need to know the number of returning students so that we can determine our available openings. A space will be reserved for your son/daughter, however, you will need to be in attendance for the first day of school. If you are not intending to return to Naples for the 2016-2017 school year, please contact Mrs. Olsson by May 13.
SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL NEEDS YOU!
School Site Council is part of the Naples decision-making process. For the 2016-2017 school year, we will have 3 openings. The committee meets approximately 9 times per year, typically on Tuesdays from 2:30-3:30. Membership is a two year commitment. Together members evaluate the past and plan for the following school year to make the best use of our resources. Issues ranging from school achievement, school climate, school safety, and budgetary items are discussed with implementation to follow. If you are interested in running, please pick up a form in the office.
SBAC TESTING CONTINUES
Testing is under way for grades Grade 3-5 so we ask for your continued support in getting your child here on time during the testing window which is from April 18 – May 27. Thank you for encouraging your student to relax and do their best.
Grade 3 April 18-21, April 25-27
Grade 4 April 28 & 29, May 3, 5, 11 and 16
Grade 5 April 29, May 2, 4, 9, 10 and 12 with
District Science testing on May 18 & 19
Make up testing through 5/27
STUDENT TALENT SHOW
FRIDAY, JUNE 3 AT 6:00 PM
The window has closed for sign ups and auditions. Mark your calendars for the upcoming rehearsal and Talent Show performance.
SHOWING COURTESY TO OUR NEIGHBORS
Our neighbors on The Toledo and Venetia have requested that parents avoid blocking their driveways when dropping off or picking up their students. We have had several upset folks that have missed scheduled appointments because there was a car parked in front of their driveway. We understand that neighborhood parking is a challenge but please be courteous to our neighbors and find an appropriate parking spot.
LOST & FOUND PILE IS RISING
Just check out our Lost & Found bin in the foyer of the auditorium and you may be pleasantly surprised to find a lost lunch bag, jacket, sweater, or backpack. All items not claimed by the end of the school year will be donated to Goodwill.
FRIDAY, MAY 27
Career Day will take on a new format this year with 5 keynote community speakers that all children will get to see and a convention style kiosk setup for additional presenters. Each grade level of 60 students will be coming through the kiosks in 25 minute sessions. Career Day is a wonderful opportunity for children to hear from a variety of interesting professionals about their career experience. If you are interested in being a kiosk speaker, please contact Pamela Miller Nolte firstname.lastname@example.org by April 27 so we can make sure to reserve a table for you. We will also be having a BBQ lunch (hot dogs and hamburgers) for students and parents on the playground. More information to follow. School uniform attire required.
REPORTED CASES OF HEAD LICE
In the past month there have been several reported cases of head lice at our school. Head lice can occur in an elementary setting and affects more people than all other childhood communicable diseases, not including the common cold. But like the cold, when children come in close contact with each other, it is easy to pass head lice along. Shared hats, clothing, brushes, hair bows, pillows and other personal articles are perfect vehicles to transfer lice from one person to another. Please encourage your child to keep these things to him/herself.
Periodic inspection of your child’s head/hair is recommended. If you discover that your child has head lice, don’t panic, just follow the directions for care that can be obtained from the office. It is important to begin treatment immediately and notify the office so that we can assist in preventing the spread to other classmates and to your family as well. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
May 13 4th Grade goes to LBCC
May 26 Open House – 1:00 dismissal
May 27 Career Day and BBQ
May 30 Memorial Day Holiday
May 31-June 3 Teacher Appreciation Week
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