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Principal:
 Milissa Banister

Admin. Asst.:
 Darla Ippolito

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School Calendar

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Nutrition

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Informational Letter to Parents about Soul Shoppe

This letter explains more about the program and the tools that were taught.

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Reporting Absences

If your child is going to be absent, phone the school and leave a message with your child's name, grade, teacher's name and reason for absence.

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Our Reading Incentive Program

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Connections

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The New Standards Are Here

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The State of California is part of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.  Virtually all of the USA will be teaching using the same common set of standards.  Skyline Elementary staff is prepared for the instructional shift in 2014-2015. Hard copies of these standards are available for viewing in the office.

California CCSS Math

California CCSS ELA

College/Career Readiness Standards

California PE Standards

Next Generation Science Standards

California ELD Standards

 

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Outdoor Education 2015

Kindergarten Registration 2015-2016

 

Registration started on February 2nd.  Registration hours are from 9:30-11:30 and 1-3pm.

Spots are filling up fast.  To avoid being put on a waiting list, please come in to register your child.

 It is important to keep to these hours so that we can avoid the busier

office times at the start of the day and during lunchtime

 

REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION

Must be born on or before September 1, 2010

Proof of birth- birth certificate/passport

Proof of Immunization (must include boosters)

Proof of Residence- PG&E or Water Bill in parent/guardian's name

 

Transitional Kindergarten Registration is done at the district office- 398 B Street, SSF

Reminder: TK is available to those students who turn 5 in the fall and miss the cutoff date for Kindergarten.

 

District News

Free Breakfast and Lunch | Desayuno y Almuerzo Gratuito

Free Breakfast and Lunch
for all children
18 years old and under.

 

Location: Spruce Elementary School
501 Spruce Avenue, SSF
Monday – Friday:  

Breakfast 7:45 AM – 9:00 AM

Lunch 11:45 AM – 1... Continue
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Published: 4/8/15

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           The CA Department of Education has recently confirmed our school closure days on December 11th and 12th, 2014, as valid emergency days. This means that although school was cancelled for those t... Continue
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Published: 4/2/15

SKYLINE SCHOOL NAMED DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL 2014

We are proud to be a California Distinguished School for 8 years running!  We first won the honor in 2010, which was good for 4 years.  And, we just won again for 2014 which will keep this honor at our school until 2018! 

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SCHOOL SUPPLIES- Click on your grade level!

Kindergarten      First Grade      

Second Grade     Third Grade    

Fourth Grade    Fifth Grade

 

 

Important Dates

 Non Student Days/ Holidays

 

January 19- MLK, Jr. Day

February 13-16- President's Day Holiday

February 27- Teacher Work Day

March 30- April 3 Spring Break

May 25- Memorial Day

Minimum Days- 12:50 Dismissal

March 9-13- Spring Conference Week- PTA Book Fair

May 27-28- End of School Year

Early Release Wednesdays- School Dismissal at 1:30 for teacher collaboration meetings

January 7, 21

February 4, 18

March 4, 25

April 15

May 6, 20

 

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Emergency Response Plan- The Big Five- New for 2014

The San Mateo County Office of Education has been working in partnership with the San Mateo County Sheriff, the Office of Emergency Services, the San Mateo County Police Chiefs and Sheriff Association, and a community Emergency Response Task Force to create a standardized set of protocols for emergency response in schools.

While the work continues and a more extensive Emergency Management Plan for Schools will be released later this year, these five Immediate Response protocols for school or The Big Five as they are called here are ready for release. The information has been reviewed and endorsed by all San Mateo County's Police Chiefs and Sheriff Commanders. The strength of this work is in the use of common language that means the same thing from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, school district to school district, PreK - high school. Click Below for the description and protocols for each of the Big Five.  Skyline will be participating in drills throughout the year that practice each of the Big Five.

 

Emergency Response - Big Five (COMMUNITY) 2014-15.pdf

Today: 5/28/15
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Bell Schedule

 

8:28 am     Yard Bell – Morning Flag

8:30am         School Starts

           

10:20-10:40 am          Recess  (K, 1, & 2)

10:50-11:10 am          Recess (3, 4, & 5)

                        

11:30am -12:10pm     Kinder. / 1st Grade Lunch

 

12:00-12:40pm      2nd / 3rd Grade Lunch

                        

12:30-1:10pm      4th / 5th Grade Lunch

                       

1:30 P.M.           Kindergarten Dismissal

2:30 P.M.           Dismissal (Grades 1 – 5)

 

**Early Release Weds- 1:30 Dismissal**

**Minimum Days- 12:50 Dismissal**

Skyline Master Calendar

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International Day of Peace

International Day of Peace was on September 20.  Remember to practice building peace at home, at school and in your community. This is the poem was read to students and they were asked to sign a peace pledge.

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How Peace Begins

Peace begins with saying sorry.

Peace begins with not hurting others.

Peace begins with honesty and trust.

Peace begins with showing cooperation and respect.

World Peace Begins With ME!