School Highlights: Anti-Bullying Assemblies, Test Scores and Lunchtime Help

This week's highlights from San Bruno schools includes news and tidbits from John Muir, Crestmoor and Rollingwood.

The following is a roundup of the highlights from the school newsletters throughout San Bruno.

Here’s the latest from this week’s principal’s newsletter at . 

Principal’s Message: Thank you to Sheila Dudum and the PTA for Monday’s Soule Shopp Anti-Bullying assemblies. Our students learned good techniques; emptying their balloons, stopping and taking a breath, I Messages, Cleaning Up, and more. Please ask your child about what was learned. —Fran Dunleavy

Parents' Night Out Lobster Boil: Our school's LOBSTER BOIL is March 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the San Bruno Senior Center. Tickets are $50. They're selling briskly!

Here’s the latest from this week’s principal’s newsletter at . 

API Score: Our school wide goal is to raise our API to 831. Help us
out by: having your child do their homework daily, talk to the teacher, join the Homework Club and get to school on time. Be an active parent. Read with your child, speak to your child in positive terms about school, and get involved. We can do this with your help at home.

Save the Dates: Our Spaghetti Dinner/Silent Auction is April 27. A luau is planned for May 19. Look for upcoming flyers and plan to see what you can do to help out and attend with your family.

Here’s the latest from this week’s principal’s newsletter at .

Lunch Yard Duty Supervisors Needed: We have a real need for yard duty supervisors during lunch time, Mondays through Fridays. Even if you can only help out for one of those days, we’d very much appreciate your help! We also need substitutes to fill in as needed. This can be a paid position. Please contact Ms. Noble in the office.

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Marie Fonte March 19, 2012 at 09:46 PM
It would be true if Schools had the ratio as stated above 20 to 1, but not TRUE at all most class rooms ratio is 30 to 1.


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