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Electronic Flyers for Parents

ATTENDANCE

To report your child's absence:  sick-child-2irxqko.png

Please call 606-4706 and then press #2

Para reportar la ausencia de su hijo/a: 

Favor de llamar al 606-4706 y oprime #2

Volunteers

Livermore Valley Joint USD is excited to announce our online Volunteer Database. 

Please go to our LVJUSD Volunteer website at

https://lvjusd.civicore.com/

index.php?section=

application&action=new  

to complete your application and create a Volunteer account.

RESOURCES

Coffee Corner

March 17

8:30-9:15am

Quad Area (weather permitting) or

Staff Room

Join Mrs. Helsley for coffee/muffins.

This is an informal time with the principal to share ideas, concerns, questions and thoughts.

FUTURE MEETINGS

April 14 & May 12

Spirit Assemblies

 Next Assembly

March 24, 2017

8:45 & 9:25am

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

February 17, 2017

Tasi Lefthand-Roderos, Aiden Franklin, Savannah Froke, Milo Hoppenbrouwers, Isabela Mateo, Julia Mekeres, Camren Aldridge, Kayley Enos, Reagan Vail, Jayvn Meafou, Jackson Garcia, Zareena Parhar, Madison Moore, Tanner Breesch, Vanessa Rosales, Ezequiel Enriquez, Nakayla Cage, Logan Wold, Marissa Alvear, Brianna Canning, Jack Munoz, Taya Trinta, Gregory Newton, Briana Frutos, Wyatt Gorelczenko, Josie Franco, Caden Rutledge, Kyle Sides, Richard Krimm, Dallas Wood, Mathiew Nickell-Schwichtenberg, Jacey Green, Rosana Tellez, CJ Scorcenelli, Eli Borgna, Kendra Steinhorst, Clark Canfield, Annabelle Apodaca, Kieran Luu, Annabelle Meyers, Madeline Soto, Cadence Sylvester, Asella Furuyama, Sean Valone, Grace Solomon, Holden Crady, Alejandro Leon, Angelin Galarza Vite

FUTURE ASSEMBLIES

April 28, May 26

AR Assembly

February 10, 2017

150 Points – Gold Medal

Cameron Caley, Antonio Escalante-Alfaro, Lucas Hoppenbrouwers, Milo Hoppenbrouwers, Claire Jackson, Kevin Kovacs, Sabrina Murray, Harbin Mushiana, Shelby Sanford, Matthew Stahl, J.J. Verceles

100 Points – Silver Medal

Zena Aly, Elham Amiri, Riley Bellmer, Jake Bradley, Cameron Caley, Katana Canright, Claudia Cayado, Cameron Croll, Trevor Crouch, Antonio Escalante-Alfaro, Joshua Graber, Nathan Graber, Alexander Hawkins, Jaiden Hilliard, Lucas Hoppenbrouwers, Brooke Kor, Tyler Lahowe, Ryan Loder, Brenda Loza, Vanessa Javier Martinez, Alondra Martinez, Melanie Mekeres, Sabrina Murray, Harbin Mushiana, Francis Nguyen, Shelby Pagel, Tyrese Quinto, Shelby Sanford, Ocean Stanley, Kendra Steinhorst, Jade Torres, Grant Weber, Donovan Woll

50 Points – Bronze Medal

Isabella Ahmadi, Eberechukwu Aladi, Jayden Altizer, Noor Aly, Zena Aly, Andrew Arante, Alyssa Avila, Riley Batteate, Eli Borgna, Jake Bradley, Tanner Breesch, Adrian Casillas, Claudia Cayado, Connor Chu, Colton Crouch, Trevor Crouch, Kate Ellsworth, Franco Espinosa-Rios, Angel Espinoza, Robyn Fang, Savanna Froke, Madelyn Funk, Sophia Gerochi, Joshua Graber, Nathan Graber, Malik Guenouche, Addyson Gundry, Kaleb Hanby, Alexander Hawkins, Jose Hernandez, Dylan Hessler, Jaiden Hilliard, Lucas Hoppenbrouwers, Janik Horsthraer, Malana Island, Luke W. Jackson, Olivia Lollini, Vanessa Javier Martinez, Isabela Mateo, Natalia McCoy, Gabriela Mekeres, Julia Mekeres, Madison Moore, Shayla Moore, Gregory Newton, Veeda Nezami, Francis Nguyen, James Passmore, Lucia Patrick, Grace Phillips, Juliette Salgado Garcia, Shelby Sanford, Gabrielle Sands, Nicholas Sasso, Yachana Sharda, Maile Silva, Chandler Smoak, Christian Tham, Nathan Thompson, Reagan Vail, Alan Valdes, Sean Valone, Diego Valverde, Hartley Weichert, Jason Wylde, Adrian Zambrano, Sophia Zepeda

25 Points – Certificate

Michael Abreu, Eberechukwu Aladi, Jayden Altizer, Noor Aly, Andrew Arante, Sarah Anne Araya, Amaya Baca, Trevor Baldridge, Katie Bell, Alexander Bergeron, Angelina Bhatia, Katie Bier, Tanner Breesch, Giana Burns, Dominic Calderon, Savannah Caley, Brianna Canning, Jack Canfield, Adrian Casillas, Brody Chapman, Kerigan Coates, Jae Cosgriff, Autumn Cowan, Cooper Cox, Kendall Dao, Kymber Dao, Gavin Day, Mohamad Diah, Hayden Eagan, Yuji Ellisor, Kate Ellsworth, Ryan Emerson, Franco Espinosa-Rios, Angel Espinoza, Robyn Fang, Daniel Friday, Jennifer Friday, Savanna Froke, Juliet Garcia, Sophia Gerochi, Tyler Gorelczenko, Nathan Graber, Madilyn Gresshoff, Malik Guenouche, Jonathan Hahn, Emilio Henthorn, Angel Hernandez, Jose Hernandez, Bridgette Hessler, Dylan Hessler, Ava Holzenthal, Janik Horstshraer, Jordyn Houser, Dax Hunter, Malana Island, Cody Jackson, Lauren Johnson, Johnathan LaFountain, Olivia Lollini, Calahan McCoy, Natalia McCoy, Cora Melland, Shayla Moore, Armon Moosayar, Yaritza, Dharamveer Mushiana, Veeda Nezami, Asher Nischke, Chloe Okland, Mason Pappas, Caleb Park, Lucia Patrick, Parker Pompilio, Giselle Quintanilla, Arianna Rodriguez, Cyrus Rodriguez, Vanessa Rosales, Blake Roth, Rebecca Sanchez, Nicholas Sasso, Levi Schmurr, Yachana Sharda, Makenna Smith, Logan Smoak, Sara Speroni, Earl Stacy, Christian Tham, Joshua Tinkham, Donavan Torres, Lucyle Tupper, Kathryn Vail, Paisley Vail, Reagan Vail, Alan Valdes, Sean Valone, Diego Valverde, Iliana Valverde, Claire Jane Verceles, Kyler Wallace, Jackson Whatley, Madison Wingerd, Jason Wylde, Adrian Zambrano

FUTURE ASSEMBLIES

April 21 & May 2

Spring Break

April 3-7, 2017

 

Spring Pictures

April 13

Bicycle Safety

Press Release from Livermore Police Department regarding Bicycle Safety.

Bicycle Safety Press Release.pdf

PRINCIPAL FOR THE DAY

  I’m The Principal
                     by Jordan Barloon
Today, Wednesday, January 18, 2017, I was Principal for the Day. I got a basket with treats, including my favorite: Gummy Worms! Mrs. Helsley and I walked around. We watched over the Preschool Parking Lot and said “Good Morning” to lots of people.    Then, Mr. Armando and I rode the golf cart around to lock up all the gates. Soon, it was time for a coffee break. I guess Principals need a lot of Starbucks! I did some paperwork and then it was time to visit classrooms. We visited the TK and Kindergarten students, including my class, Mrs. Coon’s.  Mrs. Helms and Mrs. Allen’s kids were playing for indoor rainy day recess.  I read with a friend in Mrs. Helms’ class. Then it was back to the office to check in with the office staff.

At lunchtime, I had Chicken Nuggets. Then I did some more paperwork. I went out to see the 5th graders in the cafeteria. I visited classrooms during rainy day recess to make sure everyone cleaned up on time. The 4th graders asked me lots of questions. Soon, it was almost time for the day to be over. I brought a treat to my friends in Mrs. Coon’s class.   Everyone said I did a good job. The best part of the day was using the walkie-talkie. I used it a lot!  When I grow up, I want to be an artist, but maybe being a principal would be fun, too.

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Principal's Message:

Science is about knowing; engineering is about doing. --Henry Petroski

February is Science and Engineering Month.  Here at Croce, our students have been experiencing the joy and fascination of hands-on Science all year long.  We are fortunate to have two highly skilled and knowledgeable Elementary Science Specialists: Mrs. Pam Ferrucci and Dr. Gabriela Chirica.  They provide hands-on lab and demo lessons for students in weekly lessons, Grades 1-5.  Not to be left out of the fun, classroom teachers also provide Science lessons in the classrooms.  We have been increasing our students’ access to STEM learning.  STEM stands for “Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math”.  Some lessons are STEAM lessons, with the addition of an artistic component as part of the science.  These lessons focus on collaborative teamwork, and shared problem-solving in situations one might see in everyday life. 

February is also the month where we celebrate Science with the LVJUSD Science Odyssey.  Students in Grades K—12 in each of our District schools will be presenting their hypothesis and conclusions from individual and team projects.  There will be music and Science posters, and photography on display as well.  The event will be at Junction Avenue K-8 School on February 16, 2017, from 5-7 PM.   It is always impressive to see the creativity in their thinking and wonderings! 

Elementary-aged students are naturally curious about the world around them.  Just think how many times they’ve asked you “Why is…?” or “How come…?” or “What if…?”  That inquiry mindset is how they learn and grow within their daily environment.  Having conversations about what they see and wonder about are great ways to foster that inquisitiveness.  Scientists also realize that things do not always work out the way we expect them to.  Indeed, sometimes our greatest lessons come from those moments when nothing is working as we thought they would.  Being willing to take a risk, and to realize that mistakes are simply opportunities for learning, not failure, is an invaluable life skill.  Teachers work with students on these mindsets throughout the curriculum, but especially in Science.

For more opportunities for your budding scientist, please check our District’s webpage under Science and Engineering Events Calendar.

With children in mind,

Kendra L. Helsley

Campus safety

To help ensure our students’ safety, all exterior gates are closed during school hours.  Once the day has begun, all visitors need to enter campus through the front office.  Gates will be opened again just prior to dismissal times.  Please help us by keeping gates closed.

 

Parking lot/drop off—a reminder that the back parking circle is for PRESCHOOL DROP-OFF ONLY.  This area must be kept clear for the bus and parent traffic at both arrival and dismissal times.  All TK-5 students must be dropped off in the front parking areas.  Remember, we have valet parking to assist students out of cars near the Kindergarten area.  TK/K students are escorted to their play areas from valet.  Please use the appropriate drop-off areas to keep our students safe.

 

Thank you for helping to protect our students and minimizing disruption by following these procedures.

Today: 3/25/17

FUTURE EVENTS

MARCH

22:  Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

24: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

       Spirit Assemblies, 8:45 & 9:25am

       PTA Game Night, 6:30-8pm

27: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

      School Site Council Mtg., 3pm

29: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

30: PTA Mtg., 7pm

31: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

APRIL

3-7: Spring Break

10: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

12: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

13: Spring Pictures

       Student Council Mtg., 2:50-3:30pm

14: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

       Coffee Corner, 8:30am

17: No School

18: 5th grade Panoramic picture

19: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

20: PTA Mtg., 7pm

21: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

       AR Award Assembly, 8:45am

24: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

       GATE class, 3-4:15pm

26: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

       PTA Dessert Dine Out (tbd)

27: Twilight Tasting @ Page Mill

       LVEF Harlem Wizards, 7pm, LHS

28: Running Club, 8:00-8:20am

      Spirit Assemblies, 8:35 & 9:25am

      LVEF Harlem Wizards, 7pm, GHS

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WHAT IS HOME CONNECT?

Click below for a link to the login page:

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Home Connect works for both AR and A. Math.

HOME CONNECT PARENT GUIDE

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AR PARENT GUIDE

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