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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

Our 7th grade students will be participating in an anti-bullying program on Tuesday at the Collins Teen Center in West Sacramento.  The program is called Point Break and was originally designed for high school students, but has also been found to have a positive effect on middle school students.

Point Break is a one-day intervention program designed to improve and positively impact the behaviors, values, and attitudes of upper grade students on their campuses and in their communities, intervening before acts of bullying, hatred, or violence occur.  As a result, better learning environments are created, relationships are forged, and reconciliation begins.  Students, who before the workshop bullied others, often feel a sense of empathy towards their fellow students, and the desire to stop their bullying behavior after experiencing Point Break.  The eight key areas that are targeted by the Point Break Program include:

  • Bullying/teasing
  • Willingness to reach for help
  • Gossiping
  • Openness of expression
  • Judging others
  • Valuing others
  • Having empathy towards others
  • Having a hopeful life outlook

 SBAC testing is continuing this week, here are some important tips parents can follow to help their child succeed on the SBAC tests:

  1. Make sure your child gets sufficient rest every night. ( 8 hours minimum)
  2. Avoid late night gatherings or activities.
  3. Make sure your child has breakfast every morning.
  4. Make sure your child arrives early every morning so that your child is not excluded from the testing session. State rules dictate that once the test has begun in a classroom, no student who arrives late can begin the test. Late students will be held in the office or at other locations on campus until the test period is over and will have to make up the test.
  5. Do not plan any appointments during testing.
  6. Do not take family vacations during testing. Studies show that students that take their test without their peers are more likely to get a lesser score.

Announcements for 4/13– 4/17:

  • There will be a 7th Grade Parent Night Meeting Monday, April 13th, from 6:00 – 6:30 about the 7th Point Break Anti-Bullying Program.
  • SBAC testing continues next week.
  • On Tuesday, April 14th, the 7th grade students will be taking a field trip to the Collins Teen Center in West Sacramento.
  • On Thursday, April 16th, there is a 6-8 girls’ soccer game at 4:45 at Stonegate followed by a 6-8 boys’ soccer game at 6:00 at Stonegate.
  • Also on Thursday, April 16th, there is a School Site Council Meeting in the Library at 5:30 PM followed by a PTO meeting at 6:30.

Have a wonderful week!

The Jungle Book

Hey! No monkeyin’ around! Auditions for THE JUNGLE BOOK begin Monday, April 27th at 3:00PM.

Preregistration is required.

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Audition Notice

Saturday, May 2nd in Stonegate's MPR join your favorite bunch of Jungle Book characters as they try to catch a tiger by the tail when the Missoula Children's Theatre and more than 50 Stonegate students present THE JUNGLE BOOK, an original musical adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic tale.

This production is part of the Missoula Children's Theatre's unique international touring project. Tickets are $5.00 for Adults and $3.00 for children. 

For more information, email Jennifer Arnold jarnold@wusd.k12.ca.us or call 916-375-0960 X6002.

SBAC Practice

WUSD - River Cats Game

WUSD Employee Appreciation Night!

Join us at the River Cats Game to celebrate the employees of WUSD!

2014-2015 Boys' Basketball Champions! Go Lions!

Each One! - Reach One!

R.E.A.C.H 1 Alliance

R.E.A.C.H 1 Alliance

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

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: 4/18/15

Boys Soccer Team Schedule

Girls Soccer Team 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

Read Across America!

Spelling Bee