Week of February 5-9

Updates from our week at Diamond Creek 
We celebrated 100 Days of School on Friday! Many celebrations of learning happening around the building and lots of fun stuff with the number 100! Check out the fun photos below!

Our 2nd grade students are hard at work on their Life Cycle play which corresponds with their Life Cycle Science Unit.  Students have done a lot of work reading and preparing their lines.

Our Book Talks are happening EVERYWHERE! From Kindergarten through 5th Grade our students are delivering some HEATED Book Talks and using our Green Screen to bring these to life.  Our staff practiced making book talks at our last Staff Meeting and are now helping students bring the HEAT.

H- Hook
E -Energy
A -Audience 
T- Time

Check out our Twitter Page for some Book Talk examples!

Students News - New this WEEK!! 

Student Showcase
During some afternoon group time with Mrs. Garcia our students are building Stop Motion animation with Google slides.  Here's another one to share with you from one of our 5th grade students.

Stop Motion Animation

100th Day of School Fun!

Upcoming Dates:
2/5 - Skate Night (6-8 PM)
2/12 - No School
2/14 - Site Council Meeting
2/16 - Celebrity Day
2/19 - No School
2/21 - Dine & Donate - Sourdough & CO. 

Local Control Accountability Plan
The Roseville City School District is looking for interested parents to serve on the Local Control Accountability PlanCommittee. The committee is comprised of representatives from across the district to collaborate to provide feedback to the Board of Education about the draft of the LCAP by May.

Under Local Control Funding Formula, the responsibility for determining the use of state funds now resides with the school district's local governing board. Districts must develop and locally approve a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) on or before July 1 of each year. Through the development of the LCAP, districts are expected to develop annual goals for the state priorities and for any local priorities identified.

Please see that attached letter and form to apply for the committee. Thank you for your time.

We are 100 Days Smarter!

We had more WATCH D.O.G.S. this week and it was AWESOME!! Thank you to all of our Dads that have signed up for day(s) so far this year! Your positive reinforcement truly makes a difference!

Please click on the link below to sign up for a WATCH D.O.G.S. day if you are interested! Thank you for all of your support starting this program at Diamond Creek. We are excited to have so many positive male role models at Diamond Creek helping with our students.  A reminder that all WATCH D.O.G.S need to have fingerprinting and TB testing cleared through the district.  New DATES were added to this form which continue for the rest of the year. 

WATCH D.O.G.S. slides

WATCH D.O.G.S. Sign up Form

2018-19 Registration Now OPEN - If you received an email today, you have not completed registration for your student for next year!!
Registration for all students for the 2018-2019 school year opened this week on our district website.
Please go to rcsdk8.org and click on the student registration link, to be directed to the registration portal. Once there, you will notice a button for “2018-2019 Returning Students.” Click there if your child is currently a student in any of our 19 RCSD schools and is continuing with us next year. If you have any questions, please contact Diamond Creek for support. You may also contact the district office for support if you are new to Roseville City School District by calling 916-771-1600.

Girls on the Run
We will once again have a Girls on the Run team at Diamond Creek this year! This was a huge success last year and we are so excited to bring it back to our 3rd-5th grade girls again this year. We still have a few spots available on our team so sign up now if you are interested! Practices will be on Mondays (2:15-3:45) and Wednesdays (3:30-5:00) at Diamond Creek.

Girls on the Run changed my life by making me know all the things to do whenever you have a problem in a fun way. Here are some things we learned: gossip, never give up and how to face up to bullies.” - GOTR girl

Girls on the Run is a physical activity-based positive youth development program designed to develop and enhance girls’ social, psychological and physical competencies to successfully navigate life experiences.

Over the course of the program girls will:
Develop and improve competence, feel confident in who they are, develop strength of character, respond to others and oneself with care and compassion, create positive connections with peers and adults and make a meaningful contribution to community and society.

Link for more information and registration: https://www.gotrsac.org/

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

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to see daily happenings at Diamond Creek! @rcsdDC


Popular posts from this blog

Week of August 3-7

Week of November 2-6

Week of August 10-14