Mar 22
March Update

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During the month of March, we have welcomed the spring weather with excitement. To celebrate spring together, this week prior to spring break is School Spirit week! We would like to invite our students to participate in some fun activities.

Today, Monday, March 22nd – We are wearing Spring Colors to celebrate our first day of Spring together with our favorite colors.  

Tuesday, March 23rd - Mis-Matched Socks Day - It's okay if we don't "match up", being unique is important to our community. 

Wednesday, March 24th - Crazy Hair/ Crazy Hat + Community Walk Day – Dress for the weather and go outside. Looking for Evidence of Spring, colors, shapes, patterns, etc.

Thursday, March 25th – Early Dismissal - Pyjama Day 

Our final Student Learning Conferences are taking place this week, another time to celebrate our students' accomplishments in their learning. Once again, during this upcoming Student Learning Conferences, you will have the opportunity to learn about your child's progress and achievement in relation to the outcomes of the Programs of Study. I recommend going through your child's Google Classroom and IRIS, this will facilitate the conversation with your child's teacher.

'El Rincón de Español' in our school website has been enriched by the Spanish writing and pictures submitted by students. Please, take a moment to enjoy! 

Immense gratitude goes to Escuela Canyon Meadows gracious School Council for their continuous appreciation for our teachers by providing a special token – the locally made jam and 'dulce de leche' will make our Spring break much sweeter! 

I hope you are enjoying participating in our second Virtual Book Fair with Scholastics. Click here​ to place your child's order online. ​

COVID-19 Reminders

As we continue to follow COVID-19 guidelines and protocols to ensure everyone's health, a friendly reminder, the school playground remains closed before and after school. We wish to thank our parents for your patience as you wait for your child(ren) to be dismissed on the grass area. This allows teachers and students to use the compound (concrete areas) to space out during dismissal.

I wish to end my message sharing lots of gratitude!  ¡Me despido compartiendo mucha gratitud!

Sra. Lilien Perera Pérez​


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