Cheetah Chatter, Feb. 28, 2018

February 28, 2018

Wednesday, February 28~ Triple P Positive Parenting Program Orientation 5:30-7:30pm Room 28 & 29

Thursday, March 1~ Cool Cat Assembly 8:35am on Blacktop

Thursday, March 1~ OITS Opera Assembly

Monday, March 5~ CSA Mobile food distribution 2:00-4:00pm

Monday, March 5~ DELAC: Office of Immigrant Relations speaker on Immigrant Rights 6-8pm in the Library

Wednesday, March 7~ Triple P Positive Parenting Program Session 1 5:30-7:30pm

Thursday, March 8~ Roll, Walk and Ride to School

Friday, March 9~ Report Cards go Home

Monday, March 12~ CSA Mobile food distribution 2:00-4:00pm

Tuesday, March 13~ ELAC meeting 8:40-10:00am in Rm 28

Wednesday, March 14~ SSC Meeting 5:00pm in Conference Room in Office

Wednesday, March 14~ Triple P Positive Parenting Program Session 2 5:30-7:30pm

Monday, March 19~ Staff Development- No School

Wednesday, March 21~ Triple P Positive Parenting Program Session 3 5:30-7:30pm

Wednesday, March 28~ Triple P Positive Parenting Program Session 4 5:30-7:30pm

Friday, April 6~Walkathon

Triple P Positive Parenting Program

Parenting is the most rewarding and the most challenging job there is in the world! Theuerkauf is excited to offer the Triple P positive parenting program led by Uplift Family Services. Reserve your Wednesday evenings starting Feb 28th from 5:30-7:30pm. Dinner and childcare are included! More details are in the flyer attached. Please sign up for this class by contacting Kristen Calderon at ext. 4728.

 

Cool Cat Assembly

The last Thursday of each month we recognize Theuerkauf students for positive behavior and academic achievements. Cool Cat Certificates are awarded when a student exemplifies one of the four Core Values integrity, responsibility, respect and courage. Students may receive one of these certificates any time a teacher notices one of these excellent behaviors.

Two students from each grade level will be chosen at random from the cool cat certificates collected that month to win a prize. Our next Cool Cat Assembly will be Tomorrow

Thursday, March 1 at 8:35am out on the playground. If it’s raining we will postpone the Cool Cat Assembly for Friday, March 2 at 8:35am

 

OITS Performances

West Bay Opera’s  Opera in the Schools (OITS) program will present a special educational opera performance on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 9:00 and 10:45am

Four costumed opera singers with piano accompaniment and backdrop sets will present a specially adapted, abbreviated version of Wolfgang A. Mozart’s Opera The Magic Flute.

 

CSA Food Distribution

Community Services Agency - Food Pantry March 5 & 12   2-4pm

Don’t forget Theuerkauf receives generous food donations for families twice a month by the bus parking area on San Luis Ave. CSA distributes food items according to your needs (pantry style). Come pick up fresh produce, canned goods, frozen items, and more! Pease bring your own grocery bags.

 

Walk, Ride and Roll for Luck!

Thursday, March 8th

All students who walk, bike, carpool, or ride the bus to school will receive a raffle ticket and be entered into a drawing to win a bicycle and helmet!

If you live too far away to walk all the way you can find a safe place to park close to school and walk the rest of the way.  Join in the fun to reduce traffic, help keep our school safer and help keep the air cleaner.

 

Before School and After School Clubs

Chess Club every Tuesday and Thursday 7:45am in the Library

Cheetah Cubs Parent-Child playgroup every Wednesday 8:45-9:45am in Rm 28

CSMA Chorus every Thursday 1:00-2:00pm in the MUR

CSMA Art every Thursday 1:00-2:00pm in room 29

Ukulele Group Monday 3:15-4:00pm in Library

Mexican Folk Dance Class- Thursdays 2:00-3:00pm in the MUR

Mexican Folk Dance (Advance Class)  Thursdays 3:00-3:30pm in the MUR

STEAM K-2 CLUB- Thursdays 12:50-1:50pm in room 14

The MVLA Parent Educaiton Speaker Series

The MVLA Parent Education Speaker Series presents: "Boys Adrift: Raising Authentic Boys Engaged in School and Life" with Dr. Leonard Sax.

Tuesday, March 6, 7:00 pm at Los Altos High School Eagle Theater

Drawing upon 26 years of clinical experience and scientific research, Dr. Sax will explore how social, cultural, and biological factors have created an environment that impedes the healthy development of many boys today.  Dr. Sax will share concrete strategies to help us as parents connect more deeply with our sons and guide our boys to stay engaged - and grow into productive, self-reliant, authentic young men.

To register for this free event, go to https://mvla2017-2018-leonardsax.eventbrite.com

 

 

 

DELAC Special Meeting on Immigrant Rights

If you or someone you know needs to get more informed on their rights as an immigrant, please attend this special meeting on 3/5/18 from 6-8pm in the Theuerkauf Library. The Office of Immigrant Relations will be presenting important information so that individuals/communities know how to better protect themselves.  

 

 

 

ThoughtExchange opens on Feb. 28: New school name and principal attributes

In 2015, the Mountain View Whisman School District Board of Trustees voted to open a neighborhood school next to the former Slater Elementary. The District soon will begin construction on a new school on N. Whisman Rd. This new school will open in August 2019 for grades kindergarten through 5.

As we prepare to open this new school, we want to hear your opinions about the important attributes and contributions of the potential person/namesake for this new school, as well as the traits of its new principal.

 

Look for a link in your email on Feb. 28 to join the ThoughtExchange conversation or visit this link http://mvwsd.thoughtexchange.com/invitation/  to join in before March 16.

 

 

SELPA 1 CAC Parent Education Event

Wed. Mar. 21, 2018, 9AM-11AM, Los Altos School District Board Room, 201 Covington Rd, Los Altos

Inclusion for All with the Inclusion Collaborative,  SELPA 1 CAC Parent Education Event

Inclusion will be coming to a school near you soon. The benefits for all children are remarkable. Find out more at this free public event. The Inclusion Collaborative (IC) leads the effort to provide ALL children in Santa Clara County with quality learning environments. Its focus is the successful inclusion of children with special needs in child care, preschool programs, early learning environments, and the community through education, advocacy and awareness. Find out more about what inclusion is and how it can benefit all children. What is co-teaching and how does it change the classroom environment? How do all students grow stronger by working together?

 

DELAC Immigrant Rights Presentation 

Triple P Positive Parenting flyer 

Spartan Summer Camp 2018 

Spring Break Camp 

Arbor Day 

Walk, Roll and Ride to School 

CSMA Spring Art Camp 

CSMA Art Classes 

MVLA Speaker Series 

Summer Camp Fair

 

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