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Beginning Band Instrument Fitting Night – Friday, Sep. 26, 5:30 p.m. (at Hopkins JHS)
FOR ALL BEGINNERS: There will be an “Instrument Fitting Night” for all Beginning Band students in grades 4-6! This will allow students to tryout and be evaluated on all possible Band instruments, following which they will be assigned an instrument where they have the most potential for success! This ensures that each student will have the best experience possible in the band program! This event will be held on Friday, Sept. 26 at 5:30 p.m. at Hopkins JHS, so please make plans to attend this!
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Mission Valley is Green!
Our monthly Parent Bulletins are no longer being sent home with students. Please check this website for updated information.
You can access past newsletters on this site under "News". In our News section, you will also find a version of the newsletter that can be translated by the website into many languages. Monthly newsletters are also posted on the bulletin board outside the office and hard copies are available on the rack in the office.
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FUSD Adopts New Math
On May 7, 2014, the Fremont Board of Education unanimously voted to adopt new math programs for grades kindergarten through eight. Numerous math programs were evaluated by the Fremont USD 2014 Math Adoption Committee. Over 60 teachers and administrators worked collaboratively, over a series of meetings spanning two months, to evaluate potential texts in the areas of: assessment, alignment to the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the digital component, supports for English learners, students with disabilities and instruction in higher mathematics. Community input was also solicited. Based on the findings from the evaluation, the programs that best fit the needs for the students of Fremont Unified School District are:
· Math Expressions ((2105) by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for grades K-5, and
· Springboard Math (2014) by the College Board for grades 6-8
All teachers will receive professional development in the summer to help prepare them for the new adoption. All student texts are consumable which will result in a lighter load in backpacks. Families will receive digital access codes to the student online component in the fall. Algebra 1 is under review and the final recommendation will be presented to the Board of Education in July.
教育委員會在2014年5月7日一致通過幼稚園到八年級採納新的數學課程。Fremont 聯合學區2014年數學採用委員會評估了許多數學課程。在超過60位老師和行政人員的共同合作下，二個月來經過一連串的會議，就以下方面對可能的教材進行評估：測驗，配合新的共同核心加州標準(Common Core State Standards ，簡稱CCSS) ，數位要素，對英語學習生和殘障學生的支援，以及高等數學教學。我們同時也徵求了社區的意見。根據評估的結果，最符合Fremont 聯合學區的學生需要的教材是：
· Math Expressions (2105)- 由Houghton Mifflin Harcourt出版的幼稚園-5年級教材，
· Springboard Math (2014) - 由College Board出版的6-8年級教材
Morning and Afternoon Procedures
Kindergarten students meet in the corridor on the side of the office facing the Kindergarten playground. They are dismissed from class to the corridor for after school pick up. Parents are asked to wait in the corridor. Please check with the kindergarten teachers for more information on procedures.
Grades 4-6 report to the playground at 8:10am and Grades 1-3 at 8:20am. STUDENTS SHOULD NOT BE ON THE PLAYGROUND UNTIL ADULT SUPERVISION BEGINS. After the bell rings, all students line up behind their classroom number on the playground. All teachers meet their classes on the playground daily. On rainy days, students will report to the Multui-Use Room until school begins.
FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL OF OUR CHILDREN, PARENTS MAY NOT FOLLOW STUDENTS TO THE CLASSROM.
Lost and Found
Our lost and found is overflowing!! Please claim items that belong to your student. Items that are not claimed will be donated at the end of every month.
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Student Wellness - NON - FOOD CELEBRATIONS
The Governing Board recognized the link between student health and learning and is committed to providing a comprehensive coordinated school health program promoting healthy eating and physical activity.
Mission Valley Elementary welcomes and acknowledges student celebrations. The staff has embraced and recommends that all classrooms have Non-Food celebrations as a means of promting healthy eating. Examples of items that can be used for celebrations are: books, pencils, stickers, art projects, or educational games. Your child's teacher can help with ideas for your child's celebration.
We ask that all of our families support us in promoting healthy eating and physical activity for all of our students at Mission Valley.
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A Few Important Contacts...
Main Phone Number: 510-656-2000
Fax Number: 510-226-7056
Attendance Line: (510) 656-2000 ext. 34175
Principal: Mike Pappas
Secretary: Cara Madden-Watson
Attendance Clerk: Chris Richardson
(510) 656-2000 ext. 34173
Lunch Account Information: Cecelia Sjah
(510) 656-2000 ext. 34182