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Kindergarten

8:00AM-1:00PM

 

Grades 1st-3rd

8:07AM-2:30PM

 

Grades 4th-8th

7:55AM-2:30PM

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C-Quad Website

Click here to find information on all of our 6th-8th grade classes including each night's homework assignments.

Click here to access 6th-8th grade teacher contact information.

5th Gr. Website

Click Here to go to the 5th Grade Website!

Mrs. Marquez’s Memo

It was exciting to meet so many prospective and returning parents at kindergarten registration on Saturday.  What a wonderful turnout!  If you have not registered your child for kindergarten, you still have lots of time.

Next week (March 2nd – March 6th) is Read Across America Week.  There will be many visitors and community members volunteering to read to our students.  The students are encouraged to dress according to the thematic schedule below (if they are not participating in the theme for the day, they must be in uniform):

  • Monday, 3/2:  Preschool - 3:  Pajama Day; 4-8:  Oh, the Places You'll Go! (Wear a shirt/sweatshirt that reflects a high school, college, or tech school that you would like to attend or that a family member has attended).
  • Tuesday, 3/3:  Crazy Hat Day 
  • Wednesday, 3/4:  Thing 1 and Thing 2 Day (Twin Day)
  • Thursday, 3/5:  Crazy Sock Day
  • Friday, 3/6:  Preschool - 3:  Wear your zaniest and most colorful mis-matched outfit; 4-8:  Wear your class color (4th:  green; 5th: orange; 6th:  teal; 7th: purple; 8th: green)

Announcements for 2/23 – 2/27:

  • Our 6-8 Boys’ Basketball Team has a game on Tuesday, 2/24, at Riverbank at 5:30 PM.
  • Box Tops for Education are due Wednesday.
  • The Superintendent Search Forum will be held in the MPR on Wednesday, 2/25.  There will be two sessions: 5:30 – 6:30 and 6:30 – 7:30.  Please come and provide your input for the qualities you are looking for in our new superintendent.
  • Some of the 7th graders will be taking a field trip to Stone Lakes Wildlife Refuge on Thursday, 2/26.  They will leave at 8:30 AM.
  • The Parent/Principal Coffee will be held on Friday at 8:15 AM in the Library.
  • The 7th graders who did not attend the field trip to Stone Lakes Wildlife Refuge on Thursday, will go on Friday, 2/27.
  • There will be a musical recital for our band students on Friday, 2/27, from 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM in the Library.
  • Our 6th – 8th Grade teachers are excited to kick off a new program for our middle school readers called “America’s Battle of the Books.”  All C-Quad students will compete in teams, reading as many of the 32 book titles as possible during the two month contest.  At the end of the reading period, teams will compete in “Jeopardy-style” quiz rounds.  The final four teams battle it out at Open House!  In order to make this program work, the teachers would appreciate your donation of $10 to purchase enough books for the entire sixth, seventh, and eighth grade classes – that’s 300 books!  If you are able to donate, or would like to order books for this contest directly, please contact one of our English teachers (Mrs. Angel, Mrs. Judge, or Mrs. Koehler).  Thank you!

Have a fantastic week!

Thank You Big Kahuna Yogurt

Thank you to Big Kahuna Yogurt for their generous donation to our Battle of the Books program. 

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LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN SURVEY

Attention Stonegate Families!
 
Last year, the state of California began a new school funding model known as LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula), which requires the development of a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  The LCAP captures the goals of the district and programs that support students, as well as meeting requirements of the State with eight identified priorities.  The LCAP plan is developed alongside the budget for the district, and ultimately presented in June to the School Board for approval.  Development of the LCAP involves gathering input from the community and a variety of constituents, including students and staff.
 
For the purposes of gathering input from many stakeholders (Parents, Staff, Students, Community members), we have posted an LCAP Community On-line Survey to help us with this year’s plan.  Input provided helps us make adjustments to the plan developed last year, and to look ahead three years. Your input is invaluable.
 
The Online Survey is posted on the WUSD Website and can also be accessed through these links:
 
https://es.surveymonkey.com/s/R25M28F           (Spanish version
https://ru.surveymonkey.com/s/Z5WLQ88           ( Russian version)
 
The survey will be posted through February 22, 2015. 

LCAP Parent Notification

Supplement to the Annual Notice to Parent regarding WUSD's Local Control and Accountability plan. Click on the links below to view. 

Supplement to Annual Notice to Parents English

Supplement to Annual Notice to Parents Spanish

Supplement to Annual Notice to Parents Russian

CHiPs for Kids Toy Drive

CHiPs for Kids Toy Drive

NEW REPORT CARDS 1st-5th gr.

Report Card time is approaching for our 1st quarter of the school year. The change in report cards are only for 1st-5th grade at this time. The shift to a standards-driven report of progress is more than simply replacing letter-grades with numbers. Click here to read what parents need to know about their child's report card. Here is a PowerPoint presentation focused to help parents better understand what the new report cards are all about. 

TDAP Vaccination Required!

Reminder!

All incoming 7th graders must be immunized with the TDAP Vaccination.

7th Grade Students that have not been vaccinated will not receive a course schedule in August.

Please get your child vaccinated as soon as possible.

A note from our School Nurse

Should I keep my child home or send him/her to school?

Your child should stay home if:

  • Fever of 100.4 or higher
  • Has more than one episode of vomiting or diarrhea
  • Your child is unable to participate in school due to:
    • Being tired
    • Lack of appetite
    • Frequently coughing or sneezing
    • Severe sore throat – especially if the sore throat is accompanied by a headache, stomach ache, or rash. If your child has these symptoms, call your doctor. The child may have strep throat without a fever.

24 hour rule:

  • Keep your child home until his/ her fever has been home for 24 hours without medicine.
  • Keep your child home until 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhea
  • Keep your child home until 24 hours after the first dose of antibiotics

School Calendar

Today: 2/28/15

Spelling Bee

Boys' Basketball Game Schedule

Alternative Route

Alternative Route to Avoid Congestion

Right on La Jolla

La Jolla turns into Redding

Follow Redding to Village Parkway

Left on Village Parkway.

Village parkway turns into Stonegate 

Anti-Bullying

More Harvest Festival Photos

Harvest Festival