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School and PTA Resources for all Roosevelt Parents

2/11 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

Can you believe we celebrated our 100thday of school last week? Fewer than 80 school days left. Am I allowed to say that time flies when you’re having fun? Hopefully you feel the same way.

Our annual Lego Block Party was another raging success. Food was fantastic and lots of Lego fun for everyone who came.

We have our first Coffee with the Principal for 2019. I look forward to seeing many of you in the library. Let’s chat about how things are going this year.

We have chess, Spanish, coding, and art as after school enrichment activities. They are all wonderful opportunities for our students to find new interests or spend time enjoying already existing ones.

ELPAC testing (English Language Proficiency Assessments for California), our annual test for English learners, began last week. It will be continuing over the next few weeks.

A weekly reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

Love is in the air this week—wishing you all a wonderful Valentine’s Day. May your day be full of love and spent with loved ones. Also, a quick reminder that there is no school next Monday, February 18 as we celebrate Presidents’ Day.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Mon,  Feb 11
    • School Site Council | 6:00pm | Room 14
  • Thu, Feb 14
    • Valentine’s Day
  • Fri, Feb 15
    • Coffee with the Principal

Important Dates

  • Mon, Feb 18
    • No School: President’s Day
  • Tues, Feb 26
    • PTA Meeting | 6:00pm

2/4 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Reading Fair. It was my first one, and I have to say I was so impressed. The creativity was amazing, and the boards truly showed the students’ passion for reading.

This week we have another fun event: the Lego Block Party this Friday night, February 8, from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Bring your children and your inner child and have some fun with Legos! A delicious dinner will be available for $5 a plate, and there will be a raffle too. We hope to see you there.

All of our enrichment programs will be up and running as of this week, when MV Code joins chess and Spanish as an after-school option. Ms. T is also offering an after-school art class for 3rd and 4th graders. If you haven’t seen the flyer and would like your child to participate, don’t hesitate to reach out to her directly. Also, if there is an enrichment program you would like to see available at our school, reach out to me or our incredibly dedicated PTA board and let us know. We would love to see the opportunities expand for next year.

ELPAC testing (English Language Proficiency Assessments for California) begins this week. This is an annual test for our English learners. This is an opportunity for many of our students to demonstrate their growth in the acquisition of a second language.

A weekly reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Wed, Feb 6
    • ELPAC testing begins
  • Thu, Feb 7
    • Spirit Day: Neon + Tie-Dye
  • Fri, Feb 8
    •  Lego Block Party | 6:00-8:00pm

Important Dates

  • Thu, Feb 7
    • Spirit Day: Neon + Tie-Dye
  • Fri, Feb 8
    •  Lego Block Party | 6:00-8:00pm
  • Mon,  Feb 11
    • School Site Council | 6:00pm | Room 14
  • Fri, Feb 15
    • Coffee with the Principal
  • Mon, Feb 18
    • No School: President’s Day

Lego Block Party this Friday!

Join us for building competitions, car construction and derby, battle tops, catapults, and battle tracks this Friday, February 8th, from 6:00 8:00pm!

  • $5 per family (includes one raffle ticket)
  • $1 per additional ticket
  • $5 per dinner plate

Brought to you by Play-Well and the Roosevelt PTA.

1/28 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

We are over halfway through the school year! Time is flying this year. Here’s hoping the second half of the year is even better than the first half. The upper campus (TK-2nd grades) is celebrating 100th Day on February 8. If you haven’t received any information about what your child’s class has planned, please reach out to the classroom teachers.

The last official kindergarten tour is this week on January 30, as School of Choice applications need to be in by February 1. After this date, anyone who would like a tour, I will do the legwork showing off our school. Thank you so much to all the parents who have been helping with tours. The feedback has been so positive, and I would like to continue this format next year.

The Reading Fair is this week. Boards are due on tomorrow, Monday, January 28, and the cookie reception is on Tuesday, January 29. Reading Fair boards can be dropped off at Room 1 before school or in the cafeteria after school. I’m excited to see Roosevelt creativity on show coupled with our students’ love of reading.

Puberty Talks begins in 5th grade this week. It is for an hour each day in the 5th grade classrooms. If you are a 5th grade parent and would like some more information, please contact your child’s teacher.

Remember to mark your calendar for Lego Night on Friday, February 8 from 6:00 to 8:00pm. It is sure to be a lot of fun, and we look forward to seeing you there.

This year we are planning a Variety Show with our students. The show will be in the evening on Friday, April 12 at the MIT Auditorium. Look for more information in the coming months about tryouts and rehearsals. Every one of our students has some incredible talents, and I look forward to seeing many of them highlighted at the Variety Show.

A weekly reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Mon, Jan 28
    • Reading Fair Boards Due
  • Tues, Jan 29
    •  Reading Fair 6pm
  • Wed, Jan 30
    • School Tour | 8:30am

Important Dates

  • Thu, Feb 7
    • Spirit Day: Neon + Tie-Dye
  • Fri, Feb 8
    •  Lego Block Party | 6:00-8:00pm
  • Mon,  Feb 11
    • School Site Council | 6:00pm | Room 14
  • Fri, Feb 15
    • Coffee with the Principal

1/21 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

I hope you are able to enjoy a long weekend in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Parent tours continue this week on Tuesday and Friday, with our last tour on January 30 prior to the February 1 School of Choice application deadline. Remember, if you know anyone who is interested in Roosevelt for next year, please encourage them to put in their application by that date to have the best chance of joining us next year. Thank you so much to the parents who joined us for Kindergarten Information Night last Thursday. We had about thirty parents in attendance.

In case you are wondering what to have for dinner on Wednesday, consider going to the Canyon Inn (587 Canyon Road, Redwood City 94062). Just make sure to mention that you are from Roosevelt School, as we get a portion of the proceeds.

If you are the parent of a 5thgrader, there is an Outdoor Ed information night on Thursday. If you would like to more about what your child will be doing and where they will be going, please join Ms. Soares, Mrs. Blackburn, and me. As a former 5thgrade teacher, I can tell you what an amazing experience this is for our students.

The Reading Fair deadlines are coming up. Boards are due on Monday, January 28, and the event is on Tuesday, January 29. It is a wonderful Roosevelt event that can be a great opportunity for the entire family to share their love of reading.

Lego Night will also be here before you know it. Make sure you mark your calendars for Friday, February 8.

A weekly reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

– Principal Tina Mercer

If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

This Week

  • Mond, January 21
    •  No School: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Tues, January 22
    • School Tour | 8:30am
    •  PTA Meeting | 6:00pm | Room 14
  • Wed, January 23
    •  Canyon Inn Fundraiser | 11am-10pm
  • Thurs, Jan 24
    • Outdoor Ed Information Night
  • Fri, January 25
    • School Tour | 8:30am

Important Dates

  • Monday, January 28
    • Reading Fair Boards Due
  • Tuesday, January 29
    •  Reading Fair 6pm
  • Wednesday, January 30
    • School Tour | 8:30am
  • Friday, February 8
    •  Lego Block Party | 6:00-8:00pm

Canyon Inn Fundraiser – This Wednesday!

Date: Wednesday, January 23rd
Time: 11am-10pm
Location: 587 Canyon Road, Redwood City 94062

Mention Roosevelt when you order and 20% of the proceed fund our PTA programs! See you all there for food, folks, and school spirit!

 

1/14 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

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Parent tours started this past week, and we also had a successful Meet RCSD Night. The deadline for School of Choice is February 1, so if you know anyone who is interested in Roosevelt for next year, please encourage them to put in their application by that date to have the best chance of joining us next year. We also have our Kindergarten Information Night on Thursday at 6pm, so please encourage interested families to join us.

I’m excited that our Chess and Spanish after-school enrichment classes are starting this week. Chess will continue at lunch time this Tuesday, and MV Code begins soon.

Over the next month or so, we will learn of the impact on Roosevelt of the school closures and mergers. I will keep you posted as I learn more.

A reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

A quick reminder that Monday, January 21 is a holiday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In the words of the man himself, “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.”

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Monday, January 14
    • Reclassification Ceremony | 4:30pm | MIT Auditorium
  • Tuesday, January 15
    •  School Site Council meeting | 6:00 pm | Room 14
  • Thursday, January 17
    • School Tour | 8:30am
    •  Kinder Information Night | 6:00 pm | Room 21

Important Dates

  • Monday, January 21
    •  No School: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Tuesday, January 22
    • School Tour | 8:30am
    •  PTA Meeting | 6:00pm | Room 14
  • Wednesday, January 23
    •  Canyon Inn Fundraiser | 11am-10pm
  • Friday, January 25
    • School Tour | 8:30am
  • Monday, January 28
    • Reading Fair Boards Due
  • Tuesday, January 29
    •  Reading Fair 6pm
  • Wednesday, January 30
    • School Tour | 8:30am
  • Friday, February 8
    •  Lego Block Party | 6:00-8:00pm

After-School Enrichment

There’s still time to sign-up for our new after-school enrichment programs.
Some of them start this week, so act fast!

  • Spanish
    • Starts Tue, Jan 15
  • Chess
    • Starts Thu, Jan 17
  • MV Code
    • Starts Thu, Feb 7

Learn more here!

1/7 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

Happy new year! I hope you and your families had a wonderful end to 2018, and we all look forward to an exciting year in 2019.

I’d like to provide a quick reminder that school does not begin for students until Wednesday, January 9.

We have parent tours beginning later this week to meet prospective Roosevelt families.

Please let me know if you would like to help out as a tour guide and if you speak Spanish, as we do have Spanish-speaking and bilingual families interested in Roosevelt. All tours will be in the morning from 8:30-10am.

I have set up a couple of Tour Orientation Meetings for parents who are interested in being tour guides. The meeting should not take longer than 45 minutes, but I will walk you through what a tour will look like and provide you with some talking points. There is one orientation meeting on Wednesday evening this week and another on Thursday morning. I hope you can attend one of these if you are interested in being a parent tour guide. Tours start on Friday, January 11, 2019.

Meet RCSD Night is this week, which is when incoming Redwood City parents have the opportunity to speak with all of the different schools about their programs.

A reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

Again, wishing you a happy and healthy 2019, and we look forward to seeing your children at school on Wednesday, January 9.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Wed, January 9
    • Students return from Winter Break
    • Tour Orientation Meeting for parent tour guides | Library | 6:00pm
  • Thu, January 10
    • Spirit Day: Heroes
    • Tour Orientation Meeting for parent tour guides | Cafeteria | 8:10am
    • Meet RCSD Night | 6-8pm
    • First after school chess enrichment! (details below)
  • Fri, January 11
    • Parent Tour | 8:30am

Important Dates

  • Monday January 14
    • Reclassification Ceremony | 4:30pm
  • Tuesday January 15
    • School Site Council meeting | 6:00 pm
  •  Thurs January 17
    • Parent Tour | 8:30am
    • Kinder Information Night | 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday January 23
    • Canyon Inn Fundraiser | 11am-10pm

After-School Chess!

Don’t forget to sign up for after-school chess!

  • DAY(S) OF WEEK: Thursday
  • START DATE: 
  • END DATE: 
  • START TIME: 
  • END TIME: 
  • REGISTRATION FEE: $172

Signup here: https://enrichment.bayareachess.com/Roosevelt19Winter

Full detailshere!

Duck Pond Update

Thank you for the donor who sent us the egg candle! Now… as the eggs are developing, the kids can see the chicks grow and track their progress. There was not note so we don’t know who to thank! (Amazon doesn’t tell us who to thank without a note.) There are still items on the wish list, including some great books! Click here!

 

Garden Thanks from Miss Zoe

Hi Roosevelt Community!
I wanted to wish you all a wonderful break. I am feeling extra grateful for this year, as the garden has been growing– in many ways! We have been able to cook with a stove top this year & make some awesome fruit jams & stir frys. We have been able to add an incredible and interactive nature playzone. Lastly, the students, staff & myself have been able to enjoy this space together while exploring and observing the natural world . I appreciate you all and look forward to seeing you in 2019!
Wormly,
Miss Zoe

12/17 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

2018 is coming to a close, and I have to say that my first five months at Roosevelt have been a real joy. I’m looking forward to a couple of weeks off, and I hope you are able to enjoy the holidays with friends and family.

My last Coffee with the Principal for 2018 will be on Wednesday, December 19 at 8:15am in the library. Please come with any questions or concerns you have with the changes happening to our district, and I’m looking forward to sharing some of the wonderful things we have planned for the new year.

A couple of quick reminders that Thursday, December 20 is a super minimum day, and Friday is the first day of Winter Break. Students start back at school on Wednesday, January 9.

2019 is expected to be a busy one.  We have a full calendar of tours coming up in January through March.  I will need lots of parents to help out as tour guides, so please let me know if you are interested. Even if you can just help on one particular day, that would be very much appreciated. When letting me know, can you also let me know if you speak Spanish, as we do have Spanish-speaking and bilingual parents interested for their children. All tours will be in the morning from 8:30-10am.

Tour dates:

  • January 11, 17, 22, 25, 30
  • February 4, 13, 15, 21
  • March 1, 15, 28

I have set up a couple of Tour Orientation Meetings for parents who are interested in being tour guides. The meeting should not take longer than 45 minutes, but I will walk you through what a tour will look like and provide you with some talking points. There is one orientation meeting on Wednesday evening and another on Thursday morning. I hope you can attend one of these if you are interested in being a parent tour guide. Tours start on Friday, January 11, 2019.

We also have a Meet RCSD night during our first week back. This will be our first opportunity for incoming families to our district to talk to all of the different schools about their programs.

A reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Wednesday, December 19
    • Coffee with the Principal | 8:15 am
  • Thursday, December 20
    • Last Day of School before Winter Break
    • Super Minimum Day: school is dismissed at 12:00 noon
  • Friday, December 21
    • NO SCHOOL – Winter break begins

Important Dates

  • Wednesday, January 9
    • Students return from Winter Break
  • Thursday, January 10
    • Tour Orientation Meeting for parent tour guides | Cafeteria | 8:10am
    • Meet RCSD Night | 6:00 – 8:00pm
  • Friday, January 11
    • Parent Tour | 8:30am

Duck Pond Update

Big Thank you to the Weiser Family (Zoe in Mrs. Torres’ Kinder Class) for donating a pump for our duck pond! AND a big thank you for the Mapes-Buck family (Lauren in Pre-K and Mitch in 2nd) for donating our first incubator for our chick hatch! THANK YOU SO MUCH! For anyone else who wants to check out our Amazon Wish List- please click here!

Mathfest Roundup!

Mathfest was a HUGE hit! So much fun we are working on doing it again later in the year. For anyone who missed out… Games game and more games!

“Why do they call it Mathfest when it is all just a bunch of fun games?”
– Wren Wagner, Grade 1.

What better way to instill a love of math than through showing the simplicity, joy and beauty of math through FUN? And for anyone who realized that their kids loved blackened salmon… here is a link to how to make it at home.

 

12/10 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal

Wasn’t Winterest wonderful? Thank you to all the families who attended. It was a beautiful event. It was great to see the children enjoying themselves so much performing on the stage.

Thanks to a very generous parent, we will be bringing the Julia Robinson Math Festival to Roosevelt on Tuesday night. The event starts at 6pm. It should be a fantastic event with lots of math fun. Dinner will be served in the YMCA room, with all the math fun taking place in the cafeteria.

Awards assemblies are this Tuesday for the first trimester. We will contact you if your child is going to receive an award, so hopefully you are able to join us. Award assembly times are as follows:

Tuesday, Dec 11 Award Assemblies

  • 8:05-8:35 Middle School Honor Roll and Principal’s Honor Roll assembly
  • 8:40-9:10 3rd-5th Grade Awards
  • 9:15-9:45 TK-2nd Grade Awards

We had a very successful “meet and greet” at Selby Lane on Wednesday night for the families displaced by the school moving to a K-5 dual immersion program only. There seemed to be a lot of interest in Roosevelt, which is wonderful. This coming week on Wednesday, we are hosting Hawes families who are interested in touring Roosevelt. The tour will take place from 9:30-10:30am. If you are interested in helping out, please contact me as soon as possible (tmercer@rcsdk8.net). We would love to have our Roosevelt families make our potential Hawes families feel as welcome as possible in this difficult time for them.

We also have a full calendar of tours coming up in January-March.  I will need lots of parents to help out as tour guides, so please let me know if you are interested. Even if you can just help on one particular day, that would be very much appreciated. When letting me know, can you also let me know if you speak Spanish, as we do have Spanish-speaking and bilingual parents interested for their children. All tours will be in the morning from 8:30-10am.

Tour dates:

  • January 11, 17, 22, 25, 30
  • February 4, 13, 15, 21
  • March 1, 15, 28

The last Coffee with the Principal for 2018 will be on Wednesday, December 19. I’d like to hear from you about any questions or concerns you have with the changes happening to the district, and I’d love to share some of the wonderful things we have planned for the new year.

A reminder regarding attendance: RCSD does not get paid by the state when your children are not in school (whether it be an excused or unexcused absence). If you are planning a trip that is five days or more, please make sure you fill in the independent study forms. This ensures that we are still funded for those days, and more importantly, your child can keep up to date with their studies.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Tuesday, December 11
    • First Trimester Awards Assemblies
      • 8:05-8:35 Middle School Honor Roll and Principal’s Honor Roll assembly
      • 8:40-9:10 3rd-5th Grade Awards
      • 9:15-9:45 TK-2nd Grade Awards
    • Math Festival | 6:00 – 7:30 pm
  • Wednesday, December 12

Important Dates

  • Wednesday, December 19
    • Coffee with the Principal | 8:15 am
  • Thursday, December 20
    • Last Day of School before Winter Break
    • Super Minimum Day: school is dismissed at 12:00 noon
  • Friday, December 21
    • NO SCHOOL – Winter break begins
  • Wednesday, January 9
    • Students return from Winter Break, presumably kicking and screaming

Mathfest this Tuesday!

Mathfest is coming up on Tuesday from 6:00-7:30pm and we are proud to announce that it will be SUPER awesome (not just awesome mind you, SUPER awesome). Come check it out! Making math fun with games and puzzles! We would love helpers to work stations and to assist with food service. Please contact Brooke at brookelwagner@gmail.com if you are interested in helping out. We are also excited to share that she is back by popular demand: PTA chef Emily Schannep along with sous-chef She-ra Princess of Power Brooke will be making savory yet nutritious delights. Yes… making. We will be serving salad with poppyseed dressing, pulled pork buns, blackened salmon sandwiches, Cuties, Kettle Chips and dessert. WOW. Yes. $5 plus the MATHFEST! Come for the games, stay for the food. Best bargain and most fun in RWC!

Holiday Shopping… for Ducks… and Roosevelt

Get your Holiday Shopping on! We have our Amazon Wishlist for the duck/koi pond and for incubators and supplies for hatching chicks up and live! Please follow this link to access the Duck Pond/Chick Wishlist and keep an eye out for others. When shopping, remember to set up Roosevelt Elementary PTA as your Amazon Smile Charity (which you can do simply by clicking here) so that a percentage of the proceeds also gets donated to support our school. Please also include a gift note so that we know it is coming from you and can be extra-grateful. We will make labels to put on school gifts as an additional thank you.

Roosevelt School Musical

Our School Musical is coming up!!!!! We will be sending out more info but are excited to announce that the ball is rolling. The musical will feature roles for all grade levels and we will need lots of parent helpers. Please email Holly at holly.lindley.08@gmail.com if you want to be involved in the production or have some questions. We will be handing out more info soon, including dates – so stay tuned and keep an eye out.

After-School Chess Enrichment

After-school chess enrichment coming in January! Lookout for details in the Thursday folder. The cost will be $172 per student for a 9-week session. Who knows, maybe your kid will turn out to be the next Bobby Fischer,  or at least Jenna Fischer  or Bobby Hill.

 

12/3 – This Week at Roosevelt

Message from the Principal 

Redwood City School District has been in the news this week with the Board of Trustees voting on the Phase 1 of the proposed school mergers and consolidations. This was a very difficult decision for Dr. John Baker and the board. The board voted to approve the following:

  • Move Orion to John Gill campus to share with the Mandarin Immersion program.
  • Merge the two Spanish Immersion programs at Adelante and Selby Lane to the Selby Lane campus and create Spanish Immersion Pre-K and TK classes. The English strand and the middle school will vacate the Selby Lane campus.
  • Consolidate the Bayside schools by merging the two smallest schools, Fair Oaks and Taft, on the Taft campus.
  • Close Hawes school and expand Roosevelt’s and Henry Ford’s attendance zones to include all or parts of the Hawes attendance zone.
  • Close the district office and rent out the space.
  • Seek outside funding for summer school.
  • Provide all displaced students from schools merging or being consolidated with priority in the Schools of Choice lottery.

What does this mean for Roosevelt? While we will not be experiencing a program change, we will be impacted by schools near us. We can expect to receive more students from both John Gill and Hawes next year, and possibly Selby Lane and Fair Oaks. It is our role to make them feel welcome.

On that note, we have a couple of outreach opportunities to help displaced families. On Wednesday evening, December 5, Selby Lane will be hosting a meet and greet for families to meet with other RCSD schools. On Wednesday, December 12, we will be hosting Hawes families at Roosevelt from 9:30-11am. We will have the opportunity to tour them through Roosevelt. I would love some parents to help with one or both of these events, especially those of you who speak Spanish. Please let me know if you are available.

Winterfest is this Tuesday, December 4th! We look forward to seeing you all there. The event takes place at the Peninsula Covenant Church (PCC) at 3560 Farm Hill Blvd, Redwood City. The following classrooms will be performing in the 5:30pm show: Bamberger (TK), Mallari (K), Torres (K), McPeek (2), Tse (2), Testa (4), Volz (4), Blackburn (5), Holm (6), and Kao (6). The 7:00pm show will include: Coffey (1), Mosso (1), Tsuchiyama (1), Hinojosa (3), Weindel (3), Sudol (K-4), Soares (5), Gardella (5-8), Bates (6-8), Hong (7), Le (7), Leydig (7), and Marsh (8).

Next week we have an amazing Math Festival coming up on December 11th at 6pm. There will be a variety of innovative activities where students can have fun doing math. Please mark it on your calendar.

– Principal Tina Mercer

This Week

  • Tuesday, December 4
    •  Winterfest | Peninsula Covenant Church
      • 5:30pm: Bamberger (TK), Mallari (K), Torres (K), McPeek (2), Tse (2), Sudol (K-4), Testa (4), Volz (4), Blackburn (5), Holm (6), and Kao (6).
      • 7:00pm: Coffey (1), Mosso (1), Tsuchiyama (1), Hinojosa (3), Weindel (3), Soares (5), Gardella (5-8), Bates (6-8), Hong (7), Le (7), Leydig (7), and Marsh (8)
  • Wednesday, December 5
    • Meet Roosevelt | @ Selby Lane School | 6:00pm
  • Thursday, December 6
    • Spirit Day – Crazy Hair Day
    • 2nd Grade Parent Meeting | 6:00pm

Important Dates

  • Tuesday, December 11
    • First Trimester Awards Assemblies
    • Math Festival | 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday, December 12
    • Welcome Hawes Families | @ Roosevelt | 9:30am

Winterfest This Tuesday

Join us for our winter concert and holiday cheer, with all of our kids singing loud and  clear (or mumbling quietly to themselves).

Location: Peninsula Covenant Church (PCC) at 3560 Farm Hill Blvd, Redwood City

  • 5:30pm: Bamberger (TK), Mallari (K), Torres (K), McPeek (2), Tse (2), Sudol (K-4), Testa (4), Volz (4), Blackburn (5), Holm (6), and Kao (6).
  • 7:00pm: Coffey (1), Mosso (1), Tsuchiyama (1), Hinojosa (3), Weindel (3), Soares (5), Gardella (5-8), Bates (6-8), Hong (7), Le (7), Leydig (7), and Marsh (8)

 

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