• Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 12/14/2018

    12/14/2018

     

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • PE Dance Unit – From Mr. A
    • Sprit Days Next Week
    • Tular Dads – Movie Night Coming in January
    • Talent Show
    • Remember to Wash Your Hands
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    • For 5th Grade Parents Only – Yearbook Deadline

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • Winter Break: Dec 24 – Jan 7
    • Monday, Jan 7, 2019: No school for teacher professional development
    • Tuesday, Jan 8: First day back from break

     

    PE Dance Unit – From Mr. A

    As you most likely know, after Thanksgiving we started a dance unit in PE. This is the first time we have done dance at Tularcitos.  Dance is a unit that has always had a little bit of hesitation from students, myself included growing up, so I wanted to give some information on why it is important to teach a dance unit in elementary school. Whether it is square dance, for 1st & 2nd, or swing dance, for 3rd-5th, there is an enormous amount of social development involved with dancing. One of my main emphasis in the unit is respect and how to treat your peers with respect. This includes how to ask another student to dance, proper hand hold, looking and smiling at your partner while dancing, and showing gratitude to your peer after the dance. In addition to the social development, there is a strong correlation that dance prior to studying helps with cognitive retention. Performing an activity that is physically engaging, but also requires thought and a knowledge of movements, has an impressive effect on the brain. Hormones and proteins, such as BDNF, are released during activities that involve a mind-body connection, just like dancing. Students are becoming more physically active and improving cognitive retention... sounds like a win win to me! My main justification for teaching swing dance in upper grades instead of sticking with square dance is the prevalence of using swing dance as they become adults. Yes I would love to teach the 5th graders how to do the Grand Square, but there are not very many social events off the top of my head where I see people busting out the allemandes and promenades. On the other hand, swing music is often played at weddings, graduation parties, etc. Having the confidence and knowledge to be able to do the basic step and a few simple turns during these social events is not only impressive, it gives them more opportunities to become physically active as they grow up. If you have any questions or concerns, email me anytime. Thank you! 

     

    Spirit Days Next Week

    Next week is spirit week.

    • Monday – Any costume day. This means you can wear any costume that you have –an old Halloween costume, a princess costume, or even just a cape (remember that the same restrictions for costumes apply as did on Halloween)
    • Tuesday – Crazy Day. This means you can dress and accessorize in any crazy way you want
    • Wednesday – Holiday Multiple Day. Dress in any holiday gear you have an look around at school to see how many matches you can find.
    • Thursday – Throw Back Day. This means you can wear anything from the past. You might dress as  a hippie from the 60’s or a punk rocker from the 80’s.
    • Friday – Pajama Day. Wear you pajamas to school.

     

    Tular Dads – Movie Night Coming in January

    We had our first meeting last night.  Thank you to all the dads that came out (and to those interested but couldn’t because or prior commitments).  The first event the Dads will be putting on will be a Pajama Movie Night for Tular families in Bobcat Hall on Friday, January 25.  The whole family is welcome, or dads can come with the kids and give moms some time to themselves.  Put it on your calendars now.  Tular Dads will be meeting again on Thursday, Jan 10.  Those interested in helping with the movie night will be meeting at 5:30, and when the planning is done we’ll be hanging out until 7:30 socializing.  The place is still TBD, but we hope to see as many dads there to either help plan the movie night or just come and hang out.

     

    Talent Show

    Talent show permission slips were due today.  If you forgot yours at home, please make sure to turn it into the office first thing Monday morning.

     

    Remember to Wash your Hands

    It is that time of year when sickness is on the rise.  Remember to wash your hands on a regular basis to help keep yourself and everyone around you healthy.

     

    Message from our PTO

    We hope that everyone has a wonderful winter break.  Our next meeting will be Thursday, Jan 17, at 6:00 pm.  Place TBD.

     

    Repeat in this Email

    FOR 5TH GRADE PARENTS ONLY:  Yearbook Deadline 2/8/19

    Treat your child to lasting memories in the yearbook with Memory Pages (a.k.a Yearbook Recognition Ads).  These Ads are an exclusive offer for 5th graders, limited to one per student. We take creative liberties to design a one-of-a-kind Ad by adding a background (i.e. color or one of your photos) and by fine-tuning photo placement and size. Take the time today to honor your child: choose up to 4 photos, write your personal message or dedication to your child, and order online.  You may even have your child write something instead, like a reflection of their experience at Tularcitos or what they will miss or who they would like to thank.  They might have something to say.  The price for the Ad is $35.  Yearbooks must be purchased separately for $10.  Ads must be ordered ONLINE by February 8, 2019.  If you are unable to order online, please e-mail Carolina Walbrun at  carolina.walbrun@gmail.com or contact the office and we will make arrangements to process your order.   It would be great if each 5th grader was represented in the memory pages of the yearbook. To order the Recognition Ad online using your computer, go to:  www.jostens.com and click on “Yearbook Recognition Ads”.

     

    Upcoming events

    Dec 17-21: Spirit Week

    Thurs, Dec 20 @ 6:00: Kinder Angel Band Performance

    Dec 24-Jan 7: Winter Break

    Tues, Jan 8: First day back from break

    Thurs, Jan 10 @ 5:30: Tular Dads meeting. Place TBD

    Thurs, Jan 17 @ 6:00: PTO Meeting.  Place TBD

    Tues, Jan 22 @ 3:15 – Talent Show Auditions

    Fri, Jan 25 at night: Tular Movie Night

     

     

    Upcoming School Board Meetings (see district website for more information)

    Jan 16, 2019 @ Carmel Middle School

    Feb 13 @ Tularcitos

    Mar 13 @ CMS Portable 1

     

    Have a fun weekend!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 12/7/2018

    12/7/2018

     

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    ·         Don’t Miss This

    ·         Remember to Wash Your Hands

    ·         Carmel Valley Angel Project Stocking Drive

    ·         Attention Tular Dads

    ·         Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    ·         For 5th Grade Parents Only – Yearbook Deadline

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    ·         Winter Break: Dec 24 – Jan 7

    ·         Monday, Jan 7, 2019: No school for teacher professional development

    ·         Tuesday, Jan 8: First day back from break

     

    Remember to Wash your Hands

    It is that time of year when sickness is on the rise.  Remember to wash your hands on a regular basis to help keep yourself and everyone around you healthy.

     

    Carmel Valley Angel Project Stocking Drive

    Thank you to everyone who brought items in for the Carmel Valley Angel Project.  Even though we are no longer collecting items, you can get more information and make secure tax deductible donations on our website at www.cvangelproject. org.  Questions, please call Robyn at 831-238-4639.  Carmel Valley families with children 18 and under needing a little extra help during this holiday are welcome to call for an appointment to shop for their kids' gifts at the "free store".  Call Alicia at 831-298-7425.

     

    Attention Tularcitos Dads

    Our first meeting will be Thursday, Dec 13, from 5:00-6:00 at Trailside Café.  At that meeting we’ll be discussing what we want to accomplish as a group as well as plan out our first event which will most likely put on will be a PJ movie night for the family in January.  If you are a dad and want to be part of the group, please email me rpeterson@carmelunified.org 

    The mission of the dad’s group would be to:

    ·         Assist Tularcitos Staff and PTO in building a welcoming and supportive community at Tularcitos and the surrounding Carmel Valley for dads and the entire family.

    ·         Provide a volunteer forum for dads in the community to connect and get to know one another.

    Hope to see dad’s at our first meeting.

     

    Message from our PTO

    We hope that everyone has a wonderful winter break.  Our next meeting will be Thursday, Jan 17, at 6:00 pm.  Place TBD.

     

    Repeat in this Email

    FOR 5TH GRADE PARENTS ONLY:  Yearbook Deadline 2/8/19

    Treat your child to lasting memories in the yearbook with Memory Pages (a.k.a Yearbook Recognition Ads).  These Ads are an exclusive offer for 5th graders, limited to one per student. We take creative liberties to design a one-of-a-kind Ad by adding a background (i.e. color or one of your photos) and by fine-tuning photo placement and size. Take the time today to honor your child: choose up to 4 photos, write your personal message or dedication to your child, and order online.  You may even have your child write something instead, like a reflection of their experience at Tularcitos or what they will miss or who they would like to thank.  They might have something to say.  The price for the Ad is $35.  Yearbooks must be purchased separately for $10.  Ads must be ordered ONLINE by February 8, 2019.  If you are unable to order online, please e-mail Carolina Walbrun at  carolina.walbrun@gmail.com or contact the office and we will make arrangements to process your order.   It would be great if each 5th grader was represented in the memory pages of the yearbook. To order the Recognition Ad online using your computer, go to:  www.jostens.com and click on “Yearbook Recognition Ads”.

     

    Upcoming events

    Sat, Dec 8 @ 10:30: Carmel Valley Santa Fly In

    Tues, Dec 11 @ 10:45 5th grade assembly 

    Dec 17-21: Spirit Week

    Thurs, Dec 20 @ 6:00: Kinder Angel Band Performance

    Dec 22-Jan 7: Winter Break

    Tues, Jan 8: First day back from break.

     

     

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

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  • Principals Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 12/3/2018

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

    I hope that your week is off to a good start.  I am not sure what happened to my email on Friday.  It went into the system, but never went out. Here it is.  

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • Carmel Valley Angel Project Stocking Drive
    • For 5th Grade Parents Only – Yearbook Deadline
    • PTO Social
    • Attention Tular Dads
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • Carmel Valley Tree Lighting scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled because of the weather

     

    Carmel Valley Angel Project Stocking Drive

    In 2017, the Carmel Valley Angel Store served 75 Carmel Valley families with 195 children and teens.  Each year we serve more & more families.  The "store" offers a stocking, two gifts, a book, and a fleece jacket per child, plus a game, staples and fresh food for the family.  We are asking Tularcitos families to help fill stockings for these local families in need.  Please place your new stocking items in the Donation Barrel in front of the office.  You may get more information and make secure tax deductible donations on our website at www.cvangelproject. org.  Questions, please call Robyn at 831-238-4639.  Carmel Valley families with children 18 and under needing a little extra help during this holiday are welcome to call for an appointment to shop for their kids' gifts at the "free store".  Call Alicia at 831-298-7425.

     

    FOR 5TH GRADE PARENTS ONLY:  Yearbook Deadline 2/8/19

    Treat your child to lasting memories in the yearbook with Memory Pages (a.k.a Yearbook Recognition Ads).  These Ads are an exclusive offer for 5th graders, limited to one per student. We take creative liberties to design a one-of-a-kind Ad by adding a background (i.e. color or one of your photos) and by fine-tuning photo placement and size. Take the time today to honor your child: choose up to 4 photos, write your personal message or dedication to your child, and order online.  You may even have your child write something instead, like a reflection of their experience at Tularcitos or what they will miss or who they would like to thank.  They might have something to say.  The price for the Ad is $35.  Yearbooks must be purchased separately for $10.  Ads must be ordered ONLINE by February 8, 2019.  If you are unable to order online, please e-mail Carolina Walbrun at  carolina.walbrun@gmail.com or contact the office and we will make arrangements to process your order.   It would be great if each 5th grader was represented in the memory pages of the yearbook. To order the Recognition Ad online using your computer, go to:  www.jostens.com and click on “Yearbook Recognition Ads”.

     

    PTO Social Wednesday, Dec 5th from 5-8pm, The Wine House
    Please join us for some holiday cheer in lieu of our monthly meeting. Nibbles will be served with a no host bar. We’ll also be collecting unwrapped gifts or stocking stuffers for the Carmel Valley Angel Project. We hope you can make it!

     

    Attention Tularcitos Dads

    Our first meeting will be Thursday, Dec 13, from 5:00-6:00 at Trailside Café.  At that meeting we’ll be discussing what we want to accomplish as a group as well as plan out our first event which will most likely put on will be a PJ movie night for the family in January.  If you are a dad and want to be part of the group, please email me rpeterson@carmelunified.org 

    The mission of the dad’s group would be to:

    • Assist Tularcitos Staff and PTO in building a welcoming and supportive community at Tularcitos and the surrounding Carmel Valley for dads and the entire family.
    • Provide a volunteer forum for dads in the community to connect and get to know one another.

    Hope to see dad’s at our first meeting.

     

    Message from our PTO

    We hope to see people at our social Dec 5 at The Wine House from 5:00-8:00.  Our next official meeting will be Thursday, Jan 17, at 6:00 pm.

     

    Repeat in this Email

    Nothing

     

    Upcoming events

    Sat, Dec 8 @ 10:30: Santa Fly In

    Thurs, Dec 20 @ 6:00: Kinder Angel Band Performance

    Dec 22-Jan 7: Winter Break

    Tues, Jan 8: First day back from break.

     

    I hope you enjoy the rain this weekend

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons

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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 11/16/2018

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • Happy Thanksgiving
    • Lost and Found
    • Thank You
    • Parent Teacher Conferences
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    • Yearbook Info

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences. Students released after lunch at 12:30
    • Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

     

    Happy Thanksgiving

    I will not be sending out an email next week.  I hope that everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving.  In the story I read Monday, The Secret of Saying Thanks, I highlighted the last lines.  “We don’t give thanks because we’re happy, we are happy because we give thanks.”  Too many times we all forget that.  We wait to be happy before being thankful.  This is a good time to remember that having a thankful heart is what comes first.  I hope that this Thanksgiving you are able to pause and reflect on all of the things in your life you can be thankful for and take time to tell the important people in your life how much you love them.

     

    Lost and Found

    Our lost and found is overflowing.  Please check it when you are here for parent teacher conferences.  All items left in the lost and found after Nov 20 will be donated to charity over the Thanksgiving break.

     

    Thank You

    Thank you so much to everyone who brought in food for the staff on Wednesday.  We feel so appreciated and valued.  It is very nice to not have to worry about packing a lunch when there is a lot to do to get ready for conferences.

     

    Parent Teacher Conferences

    Thank you for participating in the parent teacher conferences.  This is extremely important in not only making sure we maintain a great partnership in educating your children, but also in letting your children know how important their education is. Thank you for being so involved.

     

    3rd Grade Responsibility and Self Control Assembly

    Thank you 3rd graders and teachers for teaching us more about what it means to be responsible and have more self-control in our assembly today.  What a fun assembly.

     

    Attention Tularcitos Dads

    We are going to be starting a Tularcitos Dads group.  The mission of the group would be to:

    • Assist Tularcitos Staff and PTO in building a welcoming and supportive community at Tularcitos and the surrounding Carmel Valley for dads and the entire family.
    • Provide a volunteer forum for dads in the community to connect and get to know one another.

    The first event we will most likely put on will be a PJ movie night for the family in January in Bobcat Hall.  If you are a dad and want to be part of the group, please email me rpeterson@carmelunified.org  We will be hosting our first dads meeting in December.

     

    Message from our PTO

    Thank you to everyone who came out to our last meeting.  We have a number of things coming up in the winter and spring including the talent show, reading week/night, our first ever fun run, and spring fling.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com

     

    Repeat in this Email

    YEARBOOK EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:

    Take advantage of this discount.  Yearbooks are currently only $10 and are available for purchase online.  Please go to www.jostens.com.  After December 21st, they will be offered at $15.  A donation option to “Donate a Yearbook” for $10 is also available.  Paper order forms will be available in the office if you prefer to fill out a form.  

    YEARBOOK BLING:  

    Add some sparkle to your yearbook this year.  Bedazzle the cover with your child’s name in gold foil and maybe add his or her grade.  Add a touch of personality to the yearbook by choosing icons like dance, art, choir, gymnastics, skateboarding, and martial arts just to name a few.   

    Personalization is an extra cost in addition to the yearbook cost.  Prices are:  $7 for your child’s name and $4 for each icon.  About half of the proceeds from the personalization will go towards offsetting yearbook production costs.  So, this is a great way to raise funds for the yearbook!

    If you choose to opt out of personalization, students may write his or her name on the inside of the yearbook cover.

    SPONSORS:

    We are currently seeking sponsors who would like to advertise their business in the yearbook.  Stay tuned for ad size options and pricing, as well as the ability to place your order and create your ad online.

     

    Upcoming events

    Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences and Minimum Days

    Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

    Sat, Dec 1 @ 4:30: CV Tree Lighting

    Sat, Dec 8 @ 10:30: Santa Fly In

    Thurs, Dec 20 @ 6:00: Kinder Angel Band Performance

    Dec 22-Jan 7: Winter Break

    Tues, Jan 8: First day back from break.

     

    Happy Thanksgiving!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 11/9/2018

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • Lost and Found
    • Remember to Wash your Hands
    • 10 Common Mistakes Parents Make
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    • Yearbook Info

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • Mon, Nov 12: No School for Veterans Day – Please thank a veteran
    • Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences. Students released after lunch at 12:30

     

    Lost and Found

    Our lost and found is overflowing.  Please check it when you are here for parent teacher conferences.  All items left in the lost and found after Nov 20 will be donated to charity over the Thanksgiving break.

     

    Remember to Wash your Hands

    It is that time of year when sickness is on the rise.  Remember to wash your hands on a regular basis to help keep yourself and everyone around you healthy.

     

    10 Common Mistakes Parents Today Make (and what to do instead) Article

    Attached is a great article I've sent out before but is a great reminder for us parents.  Enjoy!

     

    Message from our PTO

    Thank you to everyone who came out to our last meeting.  We have a number of things coming up in the winter and spring including the talent show, reading week/night, our first ever fun run, and spring fling.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com

     

    Repeat in this Email

    YEARBOOK EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:

    Take advantage of this discount.  Yearbooks are currently only $10 and are available for purchase online.  Please go to www.jostens.com.  After December 21st, they will be offered at $15.  A donation option to “Donate a Yearbook” for $10 is also available.  Paper order forms will be available in the office if you prefer to fill out a form.  

    YEARBOOK BLING:  

    Add some sparkle to your yearbook this year.  Bedazzle the cover with your child’s name in gold foil and maybe add his or her grade.  Add a touch of personality to the yearbook by choosing icons like dance, art, choir, gymnastics, skateboarding, and martial arts just to name a few.   

    Personalization is an extra cost in addition to the yearbook cost.  Prices are:  $7 for your child’s name and $4 for each icon.  About half of the proceeds from the personalization will go towards offsetting yearbook production costs.  So, this is a great way to raise funds for the yearbook!

    If you choose to opt out of personalization, students may write his or her name on the inside of the yearbook cover.

    SPONSORS:

    We are currently seeking sponsors who would like to advertise their business in the yearbook.  Stay tuned for ad size options and pricing, as well as the ability to place your order and create your ad online.

     

    Upcoming events

    Mon, Nov 12: No School for Veterans Day

    Fri, Nov 16 @ 9:00: Character Counts Respect Assembly hosted by 3rd grade – wear green!

    Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences and Minimum Days

    Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

    Sat, Dec 1 @ 4:30: CV Tree Lighting

    Sat, Dec 8: Santa Fly In

    Thurs, Dec 20 @ 6:00: Kinder Angel Band Performance

    Dec 22-Jan 7: Winter Break

    Tues, Jan 8: First day back from break.

     

    Have a fun long weekend!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

     



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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 11/2/2018

    11/2/2018

     

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes
    • FOCUS Auction
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    • Free Flu Shot Clinic
    • Emergency Contacts Picking Up Students
    • Yearbook Info

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • Free Flu Shot Clinic Nov 6, 4:00-7:00
    • Mon, Nov 12: No School for Veterans Day
    • Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences. Students released after lunch at 12:30

     

    Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes

    Thank you to everyone who came to cheer on our students during our parade.  It was so much fun!

     

    FOCUS Auction

    The annual FOCUS Fall Back Bash Auction is wrapping up tomorrow!!!  After 11pm on Saturday, November 3rd, your opportunity to bid on and win highly desired items donated by the schools and local businesses will be gone, gone, gone!  Whether you are interested in golf, special school performances, or reserved parking, don’t miss out…visit:  https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/2018-focus-fall-back-auction-5391 before time runs out! 

     

    Message from our PTO

    Our next meeting is this coming Wednesday, Nov 7, at 8:45 in Bobcat hall.  We have a number of things coming up in the winter and spring including our first ever fun run, talent show, reading week/night, and spring fling.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com

     

    Repeat in this Email

    Free Flu Shot Clinic Tuesday, Nov 6, 4:00-7:00

    Good News!  Do you still need your flu shot?  Our Free Flu Shot Clinic is on for Tuesday, Nov 6, from 4:00-7:00 in Bobcat Hall.  They have shots for anyone two years and older.  This is open to anyone!  It is being sponsored by our Local Rotary Clubs and the VNA.

     

    YEARBOOK EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:

    Take advantage of this discount.  Yearbooks are currently only $10 and are available for purchase online.  Please go to www.jostens.com.  After December 21st, they will be offered at $15.  A donation option to “Donate a Yearbook” for $10 is also available.  Paper order forms will be available in the office if you prefer to fill out a form.  

    YEARBOOK BLING:  

    Add some sparkle to your yearbook this year.  Bedazzle the cover with your child’s name in gold foil and maybe add his or her grade.  Add a touch of personality to the yearbook by choosing icons like dance, art, choir, gymnastics, skateboarding, and martial arts just to name a few.   

    Personalization is an extra cost in addition to the yearbook cost.  Prices are:  $7 for your child’s name and $4 for each icon.  About half of the proceeds from the personalization will go towards offsetting yearbook production costs.  So, this is a great way to raise funds for the yearbook!

    If you choose to opt out of personalization, students may write his or her name on the inside of the yearbook cover.

    SPONSORS:

    We are currently seeking sponsors who would like to advertise their business in the yearbook.  Stay tuned for ad size options and pricing, as well as the ability to place your order and create your ad online.

     

    Upcoming events

    Tues, Nov 6, Free Flu Clinic after school

    Mon, Nov 12: No School for Veterans Day

    Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences and Minimum Days

    Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

     

    Have a really fun weekend!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

     

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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 10/26/2018

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes
    • FOCUS Auction
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    • Free Flu Shot Clinic
    • Emergency Contacts Picking Up Students
    • Yearbook Info

     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • Wed, Oct 31 @ 1:15: Halloween Parade
    • Free Flu Shot Clinic Nov 6, 4:00-7:00

     

    Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes

    On Wednesday, October 31st, at 1:15 pm we will be holding our Halloween Parade through the Village.  In trying to keep this parade about the students and for the students, we are asking all parents, family members, and friends to stand along the sidewalks of the parade route rather than walk with the students.  Most of the fun for students in walking in a parade is having people on the sidelines cheering and waving to you, so we want to have as many people on the sidelines as possible.  To make sure our youngest students will be safe teachers may ask a couple of parents for help and students will be walking with their buddy classes.  However, other than those few parents we want everyone else to come line the sidewalks along the parade route. We would also like to encourage everyone to invite relatives and family friends to join them to be spectators for the parade as well.  It would be great if we could get hundreds of people on the sidelines cheering and waving to our students.   For the parade route we will leave Tular out the gate on Pilot Road, go north on Pilot Rd, head east on Via Contenta, then south on El Caminito, west on Carmel Valley Road, west on Delfino, and then back to Tular through the Pilot Rd gate.  Thank you for your help in making this the best parade yet for the students.

     

    Here are our guidelines for costumes at school and during the parade (I’m guessing you may be shopping for costumes over break)

    • Must follow normal dress code (can be found in our Discipline Plan on our website)
    • No Masks (we need to see students’ faces and face paint is more fun)
    • No real, fake, or play weapons, guns, swords, light sabers, pistols, knives, bows and arrows, etc.
    • No wheels
    • Nothing offensive, violent, or gory

    If you have any specific questions about a costume, please email or give me a call.

     

    FOCUS Auction

    FOCUS (Friends of Carmel Unified Schools) is a non-profit education foundation that grants funds based on teacher and staff requests to schools throughout CUSD. We really need your help to continue this amazing mission that directly benefits our kids! This year we will be holding our online Fall Back Bash Auction from Friday, October 26th through Saturday, November 3rd.  Whether you are a golf fanatic or just want to avoid jostling for a parking space or a theater seat, don’t miss out on this once-a-year opportunity to bid on and win highly desired items donated by the schools and local businesses! There are a few fun Tular packages in this auction.  When bidding opens at 8am on October 26th, please visit: https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/2018-focus-fall-back-auction-5391

     

    Message from our PTO

    Thank you to everyone who came out to our last meeting.  We have a number of things coming up in the winter and spring including our first ever fun run, talent show, reading week/night, and spring fling.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com

     

    Repeat in this Email

    Free Flu Shot Clinic Tuesday, Nov 6, 4:00-7:00

    Good News!  Do you still need your flu shot?  Our Free Flu Shot Clinic is on for Tuesday, Nov 6, from 4:00-7:00 in Bobcat Hall.  They have shots for anyone two years and older.  This is open to anyone!  It is being sponsored by our Local Rotary Clubs and the VNA.

     

    Emergency Contacts Picking Up Students

    Here is some information that came up in our drill that we want to make everyone aware of.  Our students’ safety is our number one priority so we want to make sure you know that:

    1. By law, we are not allowed to check out a student to anyone during an emergency except the parent/guardian, even if you are on the emergency contact list.
    2. We must have verbal contact from the parent/guardian to release your child to someone else. That person will be required to show us a driver’s license.  If verbal contact is not made, we will hold your child until we can hear from you.
    3. If you are traveling, and leave your child with another adult, make sure you tell our office. We want the name and contact number for who is responsible for your child while you are away.  In general, Temporary Medical and Guardianship forms should be completed as they would be accepted with a driver’s license to pick up in an emergency.

     

    YEARBOOK EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:

    Take advantage of this discount.  Yearbooks are currently only $10 and are available for purchase online.  Please go to www.jostens.com.  After December 21st, they will be offered at $15.  A donation option to “Donate a Yearbook” for $10 is also available.  Paper order forms will be available in the office if you prefer to fill out a form.  

    YEARBOOK BLING:  

    Add some sparkle to your yearbook this year.  Bedazzle the cover with your child’s name in gold foil and maybe add his or her grade.  Add a touch of personality to the yearbook by choosing icons like dance, art, choir, gymnastics, skateboarding, and martial arts just to name a few.   

    Personalization is an extra cost in addition to the yearbook cost.  Prices are:  $7 for your child’s name and $4 for each icon.  About half of the proceeds from the personalization will go towards offsetting yearbook production costs.  So, this is a great way to raise funds for the yearbook!

    If you choose to opt out of personalization, students may write his or her name on the inside of the yearbook cover.

    SPONSORS:

    We are currently seeking sponsors who would like to advertise their business in the yearbook.  Stay tuned for ad size options and pricing, as well as the ability to place your order and create your ad online.

     

    Upcoming events

    Wed Oct 31 @ 1:15: Halloween Parade

    Tues, Nov 6, Free Flu Clinic after school

    Mon, Nov 12: No School for Veterans Day

    Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences and Minimum Days

    Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

     

    Have a really fun weekend!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 10/19/2018

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

     

    In this email

    Don’t Miss This
    Drill Recap
    Emergency Contacts Picking Up Students
    FOCUS Auction
    Message from our PTO
    Repeat in this email

    Free Flu Shot Clinic
    What Parents Should do in an Emergency
    Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes
    Yearbook Info
     

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    Oct 26: Minimum Day. Students released after lunch at 12:30
    Free Flu Shot Clinic Nov 6, 4:00-7:00
     

    Drill Recap

    We had a great drill yesterday practicing all of our emergency procedures.  Thank you to everyone who came to practice our student release process and providing us with your feedback.  We got great input from both our participating parents and the emergency personnel who were here on how we can keep improving so we are better prepared in an emergency.  One thing we did not get the chance to do was send an informational text to everyone during the drill.  We will try this in a future drill.

     

    Emergency Contacts Picking Up Students

    Here is some information that came up in our drill that we want to make everyone aware of.  Our students’ safety is our number one priority so we want to make sure you know that:

    By law, we are not allowed to check out a student to anyone during an emergency except the parent/guardian, even if you are on the emergency contact list.
    We must have verbal contact from the parent/guardian to release your child to someone else. That person will be required to show us a driver’s license.  If verbal contact is not made, we will hold your child until we can hear from you.
    If you are traveling, and leave your child with another adult, make sure you tell our office. We want the name and contact number for who is responsible for your child while you are away.  In general, Temporary Medical and Guardianship forms should be completed as they would be accepted with a driver’s license to pick up in an emergency.
     

    FOCUS Auction

    FOCUS (Friends of Carmel Unified Schools) is a non-profit education foundation that grants funds based on teacher and staff requests to schools throughout CUSD. We really need your help to continue this amazing mission that directly benefits our kids! This year we will be holding our online Fall Back Bash Auction from Friday, October 26th through Saturday, November 3rd.  Whether you are a golf fanatic or just want to avoid jostling for a parking space or a theater seat, don’t miss out on this once-a-year opportunity to bid on and win highly desired items donated by the schools and local businesses! There are a few fun Tular packages in this auction.  When bidding opens at 8am on October 26th, please visit: https://www. charityauctionstoday.com/ auctions/2018-focus-fall-back- auction-5391

     

    Message from our PTO

    Thank you to everyone who came out to our last meeting.  We have a number of things coming up in the winter and spring including our first ever fun run, talent show, reading week/night, and spring fling.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com. 

     

    Repeat in this Email

    Free Flu Shot Clinic Tuesday, Nov 6, 4:00-7:00

    Good News!  Do you still need your flu shot?  Our Free Flu Shot Clinic is on for Tuesday, Nov 6, from 4:00-7:00 in Bobcat Hall.  They have shots for anyone two years and older.  This is open to anyone!  It is being sponsored by our Local Rotary Clubs and the VNA.

     

    What Parents need to do if there is an Emergency at School

    Every month we practice some sort of emergency drill (earthquake, fire, hostile intruder) so our staff and students know what to do in an emergency.  In a real emergency one of the biggest components is safely returning the students to you.  I wanted to take the time now to inform all of our families what you would do to pick up your child at Tular if there was ever a big emergency.  In every emergency training I have attended, the trainers emphasize the point that student release is the most complicated, emotional, and potentially volatile part of an emergency.  Parents come in, rightfully so, very concerned about the safety of their child, and at times can become impatient and hostile to the people trying to release students safely to their parents.  Our biggest concern in student release after an emergency is to safely return students to the right person.  In an emergency we all must work together, so the most important thing to remember in an emergency is to stay calm and know that we have a process in place to safely release your child to you.  However, with about 460 students, this process will take time so patience, staying calm, and helping and comforting each other is extremely important. 

    To pick up your child safely in an emergency you would go to the following locations:

    In an emergency where students cannot be in the classrooms, parents will be directed to check out their children from the gate along Pilot Rd near our garden.
    In an emergency where students can wait in the classrooms, parents will be directed to check out their children from Bobcat Hall.
    In any emergency, we will have staff and signs out directing parents where to go.  Again, the most important thing is to know that we have a process in place to safely return your students, and we need everyone to work together to stay calm so we can safely return students to their parents.

     

    Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes

    On Wednesday, October 31st, at 1:15 pm we will be holding our Halloween Parade through the Village.  In trying to keep this parade about the students and for the students, we are asking all parents, family members, and friends to stand along the sidewalks of the parade route rather than walk with the students.  Most of the fun for students in walking in a parade is having people on the sidelines cheering and waving to you, so we want to have as many people on the sidelines as possible.  To make sure our youngest students will be safe teachers may ask a couple of parents for help and students will be walking with their buddy classes.  However, other than those few parents we want everyone else to come line the sidewalks along the parade route. We would also like to encourage everyone to invite relatives and family friends to join them to be spectators for the parade as well.  It would be great if we could get hundreds of people on the sidelines cheering and waving to our students.   For the parade route we will leave Tular out the gate on Pilot Road, go north on Pilot Rd, head east on Via Contenta, then south on El Caminito, west on Carmel Valley Road, west on Delfino, and then back to Tular through the Pilot Rd gate.  Thank you for your help in making this the best parade yet for the students.

     

    Here are our guidelines for costumes at school and during the parade (I’m guessing you may be shopping for costumes over break)

    Must follow normal dress code (can be found in our Discipline Plan on our website)
    No Masks (we need to see students’ faces and face paint is more fun)
    No real, fake, or play weapons, guns, swords, light sabers, pistols, knives, bows and arrows, etc.
    No wheels
    Nothing offensive, violent, or gory
    If you have any specific questions about a costume, please email or give me a call.

     

    YEARBOOK EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:

    Take advantage of this discount.  Yearbooks are currently only $10 and are available for purchase online.  Please go to www.jostens.com.  After December 21st, they will be offered at $15.  A donation option to “Donate a Yearbook” for $10 is also available.  Paper order forms will be available in the office if you prefer to fill out a form.  

    YEARBOOK BLING:  

    Add some sparkle to your yearbook this year.  Bedazzle the cover with your child’s name in gold foil and maybe add his or her grade.  Add a touch of personality to the yearbook by choosing icons like dance, art, choir, gymnastics, skateboarding, and martial arts just to name a few.   

    Personalization is an extra cost in addition to the yearbook cost.  Prices are:  $7 for your child’s name and $4 for each icon.  About half of the proceeds from the personalization will go towards offsetting yearbook production costs.  So, this is a great way to raise funds for the yearbook!

    If you choose to opt out of personalization, students may write his or her name on the inside of the yearbook cover.

    SPONSORS:

    We are currently seeking sponsors who would like to advertise their business in the yearbook.  Stay tuned for ad size options and pricing, as well as the ability to place your order and create your ad online.

     

    Upcoming events

    Oct 26: Minimum Day.  Students released after lunch at 12:30

    Tues, Nov 6, Free Flu Clinic after school

    Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences and Minimum Days

    Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

     

    Have a fun weekend!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

     


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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 10/5/2018


    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families,

    I hope you have a wonderful October break.

     

    In this email

    • Don’t Miss This
    • Free Flu Shot Clinic
    • Fall Festival Thank You
    • Big Emergency Drill
    • What Parents Should do in an Emergency
    • Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes
    • Tular Fun Run
    • Yearbook Info
    • Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    • Wishing Ms. Garden the best

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    • October break is Oct 8-12
    • Free Flu Shot Clinic Nov 6, 4:00-7:00

     

    Free Flu Shot Clinic Tuesday, Nov 6, 4:00-7:00

    Good News!  Do you still need your flu shot?  Our Free Flu Shot Clinic is on for Tuesday, Nov 6, from 4:00-7:00 in Bobcat Hall.  They have shots for anyone two years and older.  This is open to anyone!  It is being sponsored by our Local Rotary Clubs and the VNA.

     

    Fall Festival

    I want to give a big thank you to our PTO Board, the Fall Festival committee, and everyone who worked our fall festival and the sponsors. It was an absolutely fabulous event.  We are so lucky to have such wonderful people creating these experiences for our community.  Thank you!

     

    Respect and Integrity Assembly

    Thank you 4th graders and teachers for a fun Respect and Integrity Character Assembly this week.  It was great to learn about how we can all be more respectful at school, at home, and in our community through your songs, poems, and quotes.  Our next assembly will be hosted by our 3rd graders on November 8 at 9:00.

     

    Big Emergency Drill

    Thursday, Oct 18, at about 10:45, we will be doing our annual full scale emergency drill.  This drill is different than others in that this drill includes search and rescue, first aid, and student release procedures to ensure the staff has the opportunity to practice their roles in a real emergency.  During this drill we will pretend that there was an earthquake where some students (who are picked out in advance) will be acting to be injured and missing.  We also ask some parents to show up to pick up their student as they would if we had experienced a disaster where we would have to release students early to parents.  We have learned a lot from doing this drill over the years. When we practice this drill the fire department is also here to offer us feedback on how we can improve.  One of the hopes of doing this drill is to make the mistakes so we can find the areas where we need to improve and make the changes before we experience a real emergency; something I hope never happens.  If you would like to help us with the drill by coming to check out your child during the drill (and returning them after), please call the Tularcitos office or email me by Tuesday, Oct 16.  We are looking for about 20 parents to come but there are directions we need to give you in advance so please call the office if you would like to help in this way.  During this drill we will also be trying out a test mass communication to our families that we would use in an emergency to notify families of what is happening.  It will be very clear in the message that this will be a test, so please do not reply by calling in.

     

    What Parents need to do if there is an Emergency at School

    Every month we practice some sort of emergency drill (earthquake, fire, hostile intruder) so our staff and students know what to do in an emergency.  In a real emergency one of the biggest components is safely returning the students to you.  This is something we will practice in two weeks when we do a full scale emergency drill, but I wanted to take the time now to inform all of our families what you would do to pick up your child at Tular if there was ever a big emergency.  In every emergency training I have attended, the trainers emphasize the point that student release is the most complicated, emotional, and potentially volatile part of an emergency.  Parents come in, rightfully so, very concerned about the safety of their child, and at times can become impatient and hostile to the people trying to release students safely to their parents.  Our biggest concern in student release after an emergency is to safely return students to the right person.  In an emergency we all must work together, so the most important thing to remember in an emergency is to stay calm and know that we have a process in place to safely release your child to you.  However, with about 460 students, this process will take time so patience, staying calm, and helping and comforting each other is extremely important. 

    To pick up your child safely in an emergency you would go to the following locations:

    1. In an emergency where students cannot be in the classrooms, parents will be directed to check out their children from the gate along Pilot Rd near our garden.
    2. In an emergency where students can wait in the classrooms, parents will be directed to check out their children from Bobcat Hall.

    In any emergency, we will have staff and signs out directing parents where to go.  Again, the most important thing is to know that we have a process in place to safely return your students, and we need everyone to work together to stay calm so we can safely return students to their parents.

     

    Halloween Day, Parade, and Costumes

    On Wednesday, October 31st, at 1:15 pm we will be holding our Halloween Parade through the Village.  In trying to keep this parade about the students and for the students, we are asking all parents, family members, and friends to stand along the sidewalks of the parade route rather than walk with the students.  Most of the fun for students in walking in a parade is having people on the sidelines cheering and waving to you, so we want to have as many people on the sidelines as possible.  To make sure our youngest students will be safe teachers may ask a couple of parents for help and students will be walking with their buddy classes.  However, other than those few parents we want everyone else to come line the sidewalks along the parade route. We would also like to encourage everyone to invite relatives and family friends to join them to be spectators for the parade as well.  It would be great if we could get hundreds of people on the sidelines cheering and waving to our students.   For the parade route we will leave Tular out the gate on Pilot Road, go north on Pilot Rd, head east on Via Contenta, then south on El Caminito, west on Carmel Valley Road, west on Delfino, and then back to Tular through the Pilot Rd gate.  Thank you for your help in making this the best parade yet for the students.

     

    Here are our guidelines for costumes at school and during the parade (I’m guessing you may be shopping for costumes over break)

    • Must follow normal dress code (can be found in our Discipline Plan on our website)
    • No Masks (we need to see students’ faces and face paint is more fun)
    • No real, fake, or play weapons, guns, swords, light sabers, pistols, knives, bows and arrows, etc.
    • No wheels
    • Nothing offensive, violent, or gory

    If you have any specific questions about a costume, please email or give me a call.

     

    Tular Fun Run

    We have finally gotten county approval to put on our first ever Tular Fun Run (although the name is still TBD).  The race will be the morning of Saturday, December 15, and will have a 3K and 5K option.  If you enjoy running in races, or putting them on, we will be holding our first committee meeting Tuesday, Oct 16, at 2:00 in my office.  We can use lots of help, so I hope to see some of you there.

     

    YEARBOOK EARLY BIRD SPECIAL:

    Take advantage of this discount.  Yearbooks are currently only $10 and are available for purchase online.  Please go to www.jostens.com.  After December 21st, they will be offered at $15.  A donation option to “Donate a Yearbook” for $10 is also available.  Paper order forms will be available in the office if you prefer to fill out a form.  

    YEARBOOK BLING:  

    Add some sparkle to your yearbook this year.  Bedazzle the cover with your child’s name in gold foil and maybe add his or her grade.  Add a touch of personality to the yearbook by choosing icons like dance, art, choir, gymnastics, skateboarding, and martial arts just to name a few.   

    Personalization is an extra cost in addition to the yearbook cost.  Prices are:  $7 for your child’s name and $4 for each icon.  About half of the proceeds from the personalization will go towards offsetting yearbook production costs.  So, this is a great way to raise funds for the yearbook!

    If you choose to opt out of personalization, students may write his or her name on the inside of the yearbook cover.

    SPONSORS:

    We are currently seeking sponsors who would like to advertise their business in the yearbook.  Stay tuned for ad size options and pricing, as well as the ability to place your order and create your ad online.

     

    Message from our PTO

    Thank you to everyone who came out to our meeting last night.  It was very well attended.   We have a number of things coming up in the winter and spring including our first ever fun run, talent show, reading week/night, and spring fling.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com

     

    Repeat in this Email

    Wishing Ms Garden the best

    Our garden teacher, Ms. Grych (aka Ms Garden) is leaving Tular to pursue some amazing opportunities that are dear to hear heart around conservation and environmental responsibility.  As some of you know, she is also a teacher at MPC, and she has been given the chance to teach more college courses and develop a forest/woodland ecology program at MPC.  We will miss her tremendously.  We have been very lucky to have such an expert overseeing our garden for the past ten years.  We all wish her the best and look forward to hearing about the amazing things she will do in her future.

     

    Upcoming events

    Oct 8-12: October Break

    Tues, Nov 6, Free Flu Clinic after school

    Nov 14-20: Parent Teacher Conferences and Minimum Days

    Nov 21-23: Thanksgiving Break

     

    Again, have  fun and relaxing break!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.


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  • Principal's Friday Email

    Posted by Elaine Eldridge on 9/28/2018

    Good Afternoon Bobcat Families

     

    In this email

    ·  Don’t Miss This

    ·  Fall Festival

    ·  Wishing Ms. Garden the best

    ·  Another Great Article about Raising Kids

    ·  Message from our PTO

    Repeat in this email

    ·  Tech Filter Options

    Upcoming Events

     

    Don’t Miss This

    ·  Fall Festival is Today, September 28, after school

    ·  There are still some spots that need to be filled. Sign up to help at Fall Festival:

    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a44aca92aa46-tularcitos

    ·  Wednesday, Oct 3: Wear yellow for the Respect and Integrity Character Assembly

    ·  Picture Makeup Day is Friday, Oct 5

    ·  October break is Oct 8-12

     

    Fall Festival

    Our Fall Festival is today after school from 3:00-6:00 (soft opening at 2:00 for kinder students).  This is the biggest event of the year.  We look forward to seeing you there.  If you didn’t pre-purchase a hand stamp or raffle tickets, they will be sold at the festival. 

     

    Wishing Ms Garden the best

    Our garden teacher, Ms. Grych (aka Ms Garden) is leaving Tular to pursue some amazing opportunities that are dear to hear heart around conservation and environmental responsibility.  As some of you know, she is also a teacher at MPC, and she has been given the chance to teach more college courses and develop a forest/woodland ecology program at MPC.  We will miss her tremendously.  We have been very lucky to have such an expert overseeing our garden for the past ten years.  We all wish her the best and look forward to hearing about the amazing things she will do in her future.

     

    Another Great Article about Raising Kids

    Thank you for all of the wonderful stories about how great No Screens week was for your family.  Here is a great article that was shared with me about what we (I include myself in this) can do as parents to help turn around some frightening trends we are seeing in children these days.  Please take three minutes to read it.  https://yourot.com/parenting-club/2017/5/24/what-are-we-doing-to-our-children

     

    Message from our PTO

    Our next PTO meeting will be in the evening to try to accommodate all of the working parents.  We’ll meet Thurs, Oct 4, at 6:00 pm at the Wine House.  Child care for those attending the meeting will be available from 5:30-7:30 in Bobcat Hall.  Childcare is only available for those attending the meeting and all children dropped off must be potty trained.  If you are interested in helping out our PTO in any way please come to our meeting or contact Heaven Tempalski (PTO President) at htempalski@gmail.com. 

     

    Repeat in this Email

    Tech Filter Options

    I got some questions this week about filter options for devices.  Here is a link to help with your search that explains the difference of what is out there.  As a school we cannot promote or recommend certain devices or services, but hopefully this helps you get started.

    https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/everything-you-need-to-know-about-parental-controls

     

     

    Upcoming events

    Fri, Sept 28, 3:00-6:00: Fall Festival

    Wed, Oct 3 @ 1:15: Respect and Integrity Assembly hosted by 4th grade

    Thurs, Oct 4 @ 6:00:  PTO meeting at the Wine House

    Fri, Oct 5: Picture Makeup Day

    Oct 8-12: October Break

    Tues, Nov 6, Free Flu Clinic after school

     

    Have a fun weekend!

     

    Ryan Peterson

    Proud Principal, Tularcitos Elementary School

    Nurturing Hearts, Expanding Minds, Inspiring Actions, Broadening Horizons.

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