Week of May 29 - June 2

What's Coming Up This Week? May 29-June 2
This week our choir students performed an amazing concert on Tuesday night for a packed MPR! I am absolutely amazed at the musicality and stage presence of our young singers.  If someone was just listening, you would think they were Middle School students for sure! Hats off to Mrs. Dahl for all of her work with our students in the mornings before school and a huge thank you to all of our students and parents for getting up early to rehearse.

We finished our CAASPP testing this week.  Our students in grades 2-5 began iReady testing this week which is a diagnostic we use four times throughout the year to measure student progress. We use this data in our PLCs to plan intervention.  The spring data will help us measure progress and also give us some valuable information as we head into the Fall.

A huge thank you to all of our 2nd grade families and grandparents who came to grandparents day on Friday.  I loved listening to the stories from our grandparents and seeing our 2nd graders perform.  Thank you to our 2nd grade teachers for planning such a special day for our families.

Beginning on Tuesday our staff will have a different dress code each day! We will see if your students can guess what the dress code is each day!

Students News

Upcoming Dates:
5/29 No School - Memorial Day
6/5 Combined Choir Concert w/Cooley
6/9 Field Day
6/9 - Minimum Day
6/12 - Minimum Day
6/13 Last day of School - Minimum Day

MAY IS BIKE MONTH! We are encouraging our students to bike to school in this beautiful weather! Make sure to wear a helmet when biking or on a scooter please! 

Congratulations to Mrs. Aiello and Mrs. Lopez who were recognized as ABC10 Teachers of the Month throughout the 2016-17 school year.  All twelve of these teachers from around the Sacramento area were recognized on Wednesday evening.  An incredible evening was hosted by ABC10 which recognized the hard work and efforts of all of these teachers. Congratulations to Mrs. Aiello and Mrs. Lopez!

Summer Feeding
We have 5 sites that will be providing summer meals to the community:
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Read to Ride Program
The Read to Ride program is open to students kindergarten through eighth grade. Students must read two books, write a summary, then bring the completed form to the California State Fair Guest Services office (located inside the Main Gate) to receive two free rides.

Online Registration is NOW LIVE!
Have a future TK or Kindergarten student? Please click the link below to register your student online for the upcoming 2017-18 school year.

Online Registration

Remind APP
If you would like to receive reminders to your phone, we will be sending reminders through our Remind APP.  Send a text to: 81010 and in the message put: @diamondcr

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