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Morris, Jennifer
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27227 Heritage Lake Drive
Romoland, CA   92585

Phone: (951) 723-1284 • Fax: (951) 723-1325

In an Effort to Maintain a Safe Learning Environment

In order to maintain a safe learning environment, allow us to remind everyone that toys are not allowed on school grounds. Recently, we have had students bring a Wood Cup & Ball Toy (Kendama) to school. This particular item has the potential to cause injury to the individual or other students. We appreciate your support and your willingness to help maintain a safe learning environment.

New Student registration for 2015-2016 school year

Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and new student registration for the 2015/16 school year begins Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Please visit the school office to pick up the registration packet. You can also download it from the district website beginning April 1st, 2015

 

California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance Updates

Please feel free to visit this link below to receive the latest information on the new state testing, which will be used to assess all students, grades 3-11 in both English Language Arts and Mathematics:

http://californiatac.org/practice-and-training/index.html

Go Mustangs, go...

Your child will be participating in the Accelerated Reader (AR™) program. This guide is designed to answer your questions about AR. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher or visit the Accelerated Reader Web site at www.renlearn.com.

What is Accelerated Reader (AR)?

AR is a computer program that helps teachers manage and monitor children’s independent reading practice. Your child picks a book at his own level and reads it at his own pace. When finished, your child takes a short quiz on the computer. (Passing the quiz is an indication that your child understood what was read.) AR gives both children and teachers feedback based on the quiz results, which the teacher then uses to help your child set goals and direct ongoing reading practice. Children using AR choose their own books to read, rather than having one assigned to them. This makes reading a much more enjoyable experience as they can choose books that are interesting to them. Teachers and librarians help your child choose books at an appropriate reading level that are challenging without being frustrating, ensuring that your child can pass the quiz and experience success.

If your child does not do well on the quiz, the teacher may help him:

 • Choose another book that is more appropriate.
 • Ask more probing questions as your child reads and before he takes a quiz.
 • Pair your child with another student, or even have the book read to your child.

In most cases, children really enjoy taking the quizzes. Since they’re reading books at their reading and interest levels, they are likely to be successful. This is satisfying for most children. Best of all, they learn and grow at their own pace.

http://www.lsusd.net/cms/lib6/CA01001390/Centricity/

Domain/717/A_parents_guide_to_Accelerated_reader.pdf

Mesa View Elementary School

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Parent resource for Common Core:

http://www.romoland.net/commoncore

Posted by: Vince Butler
Published: 3/24/14

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In an Effort to Maintain a Safe Learning Environment

In order to maintain a safe learning environment, toys are not allowed on school grounds. Recently, we have had students bring a Wood Cup @ Ball String Toy (known as a Kendama) to school. This particular item has the potential to cause injury to the individual or other students. We appreciate your support and your willingness to help maintain a safe learning environment.