We have lots of exciting thing happening the week of March 2-6. Here are the details of note:
Monday 2 – We kick off our Read Across America Week with Hats off to Dr. Seuss. Keep up with all the events this week on this post.
Tuesday 3 – Dual Immersion has their morning Cafecito @ 7:45 AM. Both Basketball and Jr. Soccer have games at Eastlake Elementary @ 4:00 PM. PTA Boot Camp @ 6:00 PM
Wednesday 4 – Wednesday is highlighted by Family Literacy Night @ 6:00 PM.
Thursday 5 – Come read with your child at 2:00 for Fun in the Sun. The Soccer Team plays at McMillin @ 4:00 PM. PTA Zumba @ 6:00 PM.
Friday 6 – Modified Day (1:15 Release)
Kindergarten and New Student Registration 2015-16 – Please remind any friends and neighbors that they must pick up their paperwork and make an appointment before Registration day on March 11. They can always call the office for more information (591-5500).
Parent Conferences – Spring Conferences are right around the corner. They begin March 12, so contact your classroom teacher to make that appointment to get the latest academic and behavior report about your child.
Last week was quite an eventful week. Here are some of the sights and sounds from our #camlearns Twitter feed.
6th Graders heading off to camp as parents either A) shed a few tears of B) head out to breakfast!!!
— Camarena Elementary (@CamElementary) February 23, 2015
We enjoyed some students and educators from China and they shared their knowledge with our students in a variety of ways. Thank you Google Translate:
It was fascinating learning about the Chinese system of education in while sharing our Camarena learning environment with our new friends.
— Cindy Orr (@cinorr) February 24, 2015
6th Graders were clearly not suffering AND Mr. Garcia is getting happy with those selfies.
Meanwhile, 5th grade is putting in their paces… literally!
— Mrs. Mena’s class (@MenasClass) February 25, 2015
What better way to spread International goodwill then with Girl Scout Cookies!
120 days of school clearly have left their mark on Camarena teachers and students. School is hard!!!
And, here are our 6th graders right before heading back home.
Follow us all week-long at #camlearns or @camelementary