Welcome to Repetto Elementary School
Happy New Year to all Repetto families! It is my sincerest hope and desire that 2016 will bring you peace, health and prosperity.It is hard to believe that we are already halfway through the school year. Teachers and students have been diligently working on skills and strategies that are in line with California State Standards.
Our first interim assessment is now complete. As you may know, most assessments are taken online. One very important and useful skill your child should work on is proper keyboarding. It would benefit your child to practice keyboarding skills at home. Please check out the different keyboarding links on our school website. The more practice your child gets, the less difficulty he/she will have with all online assessments, including SBAC.
~Kathy La Piana, principal
Digital Yearbook 2015-2016
September 2, 2015
October 5, 2015
November 2, 2015
December 7, 2015
January 4, 2016
CAASP Test Results - SBAC test results have been released. For assistance in understanding these results, view the parent guides and video below:
Parent Guide to SBAC (grades 3-5)
Parent Guide to SBAC (grades 6-8)
CAASP Test Results: (view school results)
Link to video (English)
Link to video (Spanish)
PTA Fundraiser: See’s Candies Fundraiser: A special thank you to Cate Underwood for organizing PTA’s holiday See’s Candies fundraiser, which raised funds for all of our students. Congratulations to the following top-selling classes: Mrs. Pang-Leong (kindergarten), Ms. Julia Kawahira (3rd grade) and Mrs. Dorothy Hem (6th grade). All three classes have earned a pizza party. Thank you everyone for your support!
Alhambra Educational Foundation: The Alhambra Educational Foundation (AEF) appreciates your contributions to the Fall Fund Drive. Your generosity greatly benefit all the Alhambra Unified School District students. If you have not made your donation, you may still do so online at AEF’s website: www.aef4kids.com. Every donation is incredibly helpful and will help us reach our goal of $300,000 for the “Music and More” program. Happy New Year from your friends at AEF. members, as well as discuss and approve the annual budget.
Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) - State of California has provided a Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) designed to close the achievement gap by providing additional funds to support students in all subgroups. LCFF is a shift from state control to district control. With LCFF funds, the district is required to develop a plan to achieve improved results. The LCAP is the three-year plan that was established through district and site meetings. These meetings were conducted in multiple languages. Input from parents and the community, as well as from teachers, staff and students compiled the six goals of LCAP. The plan was Board approved on June 24, 2014.
LCAP Goal #3
Goal #3: The District will ensure all students and staff have efficient and productive access to technology to support student achievement and communication.
The following will be completed in year two of LCAP, in Goal #3:
Attendance Works: show that elementary students with good attendance read well by the end of third grade and middle school students with good attendance pass important courses. The benefits of good attendance continue throughout life: high school students stay on track to graduate, college students earn a degree, and adults have successful jobs. For more information, visit www.attendanceworks.org or speak with Olga Velazquez, Gateway Advisor, in the school office.
Responsible for Safely Getting Your Child to School: Parents need to be extra careful driving around a school zone and to obey fundamental traffic laws. MPPD proactively enforces traffic laws around the school. We encourage parents to use the valet drop off lane. Do NOT stop alongside other cars or double park. Try to drop off on the same side of the street as the school (or remind your child to use the crosswalk). Never have your child dodge traffic or cross between parked cars. Your cooperation will ensure everyone’s safety.
01: ChalkTalk Goes Home
05: Citizen of the Month - 7:30 a.m. Auditorium
05: Minimum Day
08: School Holiday - Lincoln's Birthday
10: MKHS Presentation - Incoming Freshmen - 5:30 p.m.
10: PTA Meeting -6:30 p.m.
11: Yearbook Cover Designs Due
12: Coffee Tea Chat - 8:00 a.m.
15: School Holiday - Presidents Day
16: 2nd Trimester Interim Assessment Window Opens (2/16-3/18)
17: ELAC Meeting 8 a.m.
17: LCAP Meeting
18: 3rd Grade Music Begins
19: Attendance Assemblies
19: Scoliosis Screening -gr. 7 girls/gr. 8 boys.
19: AUSD Lunar New Year Banquet
25: Minimum Day
No Movies Scheduled
(click on movie title for more info)
Concession stands open at 5:00 p.m. and the movie will begin at 6:30 p.m. Students must be picked up promptly at 8:00 p.m.
Students are always welcome to come to Family Movie Night dressed in their pajamas. Please mark your calendars and plan on joining us.
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE -
If you have not yet joined PTA, please consider doing so today. We now have 510 paid members. Our goal for this year is 550 members. Thank you to Menaka Sooriya for taking on the job of PTA Membership Chairperson this year.
Box Tops for Education - Don’t forget to keep collecting Box Tops for Education. Every Box Top you turn in to the office helps our PTA raise money.
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