Week of May 14, 2018

Monday, May 7 –State Wide CAASPP testing continues until Wednesday May 9 for 4th and 6th graders.

Thursday, May 10 – Friday May 18– CAASPP testing for 3rd and 5th graders.  Your child will not have homework during the duration of the CAASPP test. Please make sure your child:

*Is at school everyday, on time
*Gets plenty of Rest
*Eats a healthy breakfast

We do have headphones at school, but we have found that students are more comfortable using their own ear buds/ headphones.  Please consider having your child bring their own for testing.
Also, Please note that the grade level testing schedule is linked to the blog.  Please check to insure your child will be at school on time, each day for testing.

Monday, May 7– SSC Meeting 3:30 pm

Tuesday, May 8– PTA General meeting 6:00 pm

Thursday, May 10 – Spring Music Showcase in the auditorium 6:30pm

Friday, May 11 – Animal Spirit Day, sponsored by the Student

Friday, May 18 6-8pm– Please save the date!  Wolf Canyon PTA will be sponsoring Paints Uncorked, a night out of dinner and painting.  A professional artist will lead our group to recreate the events featured painting while we eat and socialize to raise funds for our school.  The price is $35.  To register, see the link on our blog.

Thanks again to those who supported our APEX Fun Run.  PTA will be sending out a survey soon to ask how you would like to see the money spent.

If you would like to be a voting member of our English Language Advisory Committee, please fill out a return this form to the school office by Friday, May 11

Wednesday, May 23 is Day Of The Teacher.  We are looking for volunteers between 11:30 and 1:00pm with student supervision on the playground.  Please contact the school office if you are interested.

Residency verification will begin on May 23rd from  8:00 am to 9:30 am and 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm in the school office. Extended hours are on Tuesday, May 29 and Thursday, May 31 only until 7:00 pm. Please look for the pink flyer that will be going home with your student on Monday for more information. For details on what to bring click here Residency Verification for 2018-2019.  Students will NOT be placed on a class roster unless Residency has been verified.

Chalkwalk Volunteers are needed.  If you can help with this year’s Chalkwalk please leave your name and contact number with the school office. Lunch will be provided for all volunteers. The Chalkwalk event takes place on May 30.

The California School Dashboard is now available for parents.  This is an online tool that shows how schools and districts are performing on local and state indicators.  Please be sure to check the link on our blog.

Please save the date!  Thursday, May 31 will be the Wolf Canyon Barbeque.
Parents are welcome to come eat lunch with their child(ren).  Siblings are welcome but must be supervised as this is during our recess.  We will be serving hamburgers and hot dogs.  Hope to see you there!

UPCOMING EVENTS:
21-25-Staff Appreciation Week
21-Reclassification Ceremony
23- Day of the Teacher
24- 4th Grade Play 6:30 pm–7:30 pm
25 Awards Assemblies 9:00 am K-6
28 NO SCHOOL–Memorial Day

 

 

This week in:

  • Language Arts: Students will be working on components of literature and nonfiction integrating Social Studies (American Revolution)
  • Mathematics: Students will be reviewing concepts for testing
  • Science: Students will be studying Earth, Life, and Physical Science
  • Writing/Social Studies: students will be learning the 50 states and capitals

Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

  • NO HOMEWORK THIS WEEK DUE TO TESTING 

 

 

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Week of October 3, 2017

 

Tuesday, October 3 – School Resumes and is a REGULAR Dismissal day.

Friday, October 6 – Family Dinner Night at Lolitas.

Friday, October 6 is the Deadline for Reflections entries to PTA.  Reflections Flyer and Contest Rules.  All students who participate will receive a NO HOMEWORK PASS good for one assignment.

Good News Club will begin Wednesday, October 11th after school in Room 604. Permission slips are available in the office.

If you work in Law Enforcement and would like to be a part of our Law Enforcement Day on Friday, October 20th, please make sure to send in the form that was sent home or contact the school office at 619-482-8877.

Volunteers Reading Tutors  are needed!  If you are able to come regularly 2 days a week for 30 minutes (9:00 am – 9:30 am) starting the week of October 9 until December 8 please contact the school office.  Training is this Thursday, October 5 at 9:00 am.  All materials will be provided.  No experience necessary!


This week in:

  • Language Arts: Students will be learning about text structure in non-fiction texts
  • Mathematics: Students will be learning about adding and subtracting fractions with like and unlike denominators
  • Science: Students will be studying Earth science
  • Social Studies: Students will be studying the First Americans

Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

  • School to home collaborative connection
  • Math review sheet
  • Nightly Math Pages
  • 4+ lessons on Dreambox

LOOKING AHEAD:

IMPORTANT DATES:
October 9 3:30 pm SSC Meeting
October 9-20 Our Mixed Bag Fall Fundraiser
October 10 Fall Picture Day
October 10 6:00 pm PTA General Meeting
October 16-20 Red Ribbon Week
October 17 Picture Make-Up Day
October 20 9:00 am – 11:00 am Law Enforcement Day
October 21 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Masquerade Festival
October 24 9:00 am ELAC Meeting
October 28 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Teacharama – Teaching of Reading Workshop for Parents and Teachers

Week of September 11, 2017

10 Year Anniversary Update:
Student tee-shirts are on sale now while supplies last.  Tee-shirts are $15.  Pick up the order form in room 401 or the school office.

We are making a video that showcases past and present members of the Wolf Pack. If you would like to be a part of this video or know someone who would please submit a 20 – 30 second video clip to Mr. Riggs at zachary.riggs@cvesd.org.  Make sure to introduce yourself, tell what years you were here and share a memory.  Please invite past members of the Wolf Canyon Family to our Anniversary Celebration on November 7 from 9:00 am – 10:30 am.

Volunteers Reading Tutors  are needed!  If you are able to come regularly 2 days a week for 30 minutes (9:00 am – 9:30 am) starting in October to help students who need additional support in reading please leave your contact information in the front office.  Training and materials will be provided.  No experience necessary


This week in:

  • Language Arts: Students will be learning about characters’ relationships in Literature
  • Mathematics: Students will be learning how to calculate and apply Volume
  • Science: Students will be studying matter by observing air pressure
  • Social Studies: Students will be studying the First Americans

Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

***NO HOMEWORK THIS WEEK!!!!!!!


LOOKING AHEAD:

IMPORTANT DATES:
September 6 – 14 Scholastics Bookfair

September 7-14 Parent Teacher Conferences MINIMUM DAYS
September 8 beginning at 5:30 pm Family Campout/Movie Night
September 12 9:00 am ELAC Meeting
September 12 6:00 pm PTA General Meeting
September 18 – October 2 NO SCHOOL – FALL BREAK

 

Week of August 21, 2017

Thank you to all those who attended Curriculum Night on August 17!  If you attended, please click here for a brief survey to give us feedback: Curriculum Night Survey.

Monday, August 21 at 3:30 pm is our first SSC meeting.  We will review our school plan for achievement, budget, the LCAP and more.

Please note we are aware of the Eclipse on Monday and we are taking necessary precautions.

Friday, August 25 Popsicle Fridays are back!  Popsicles will be sold after school each Friday while supplies last.

10 Year Anniversary Update:
Student tee-shirts are on sale now while supplies last.  Tee-shirts are $15.  Pick up the order form in room 401 or the school office. Also, we are making a video that showcases past and present members of the Wolf Pack. If you would like to be a part of this video or know someone who would please submit a 20 – 30 second video clip to Mr. Riggs at zachary.riggs@cvesd.org.  Make sure to introduce yourself, tell what years you were here and share a memory.

Join the Birthday Book Club!  For a $10 Donation, choose a book from the special Birthday Book Club section in the school library and be the first to check out that book.  A book plate with your name will be placed inside the front cover of the book and your book club photo will be taken for the yearbook and the library book club member wall.  Forms are available in the school library or school office.

WE NEED Bottle Caps for a very special 10 year Anniversary Project. Please start collecting the bottle caps and turn them in to the school office no later than Friday, September 15.

 

 

 


This week in:

  • Language Arts: Students will be learning about characters’ relationships in Literature
  • Mathematics: Students will be learning how to divide using multi-digit numbers
  • Science: Students will be studying matter by observing their mini lakes
  • Social Studies: Students will be studying the First Americans

Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

  • Read for 30 minutes per day and reading log
  • Nightly Math Pages
  • 3+ lessons on Dreambox (lessons in class included)

IMPORTANT DATES:
August 30 at 3:30 pm 10th Anniversary Committee Meeting
September 4 NO SCHOOL
September 6 – 14 Scholastics Bookfair
September 6 – FAMILY DINNER NIGHT at Panda Express
September 7-14 Parent Teacher Conferences MINIMUM DAYS
September 8 beginning at 5:30 pm Family Campout/Movie Night
September 12 9:00 am ELAC Meeting
September 12 6:00 pm PTA General Meeting
September 18 – October 2 NO SCHOOL – FALL BREAK

 

Week of August 14, 2017

August 15, 2017 the first PTA General Meeting is at 6:00 pm.  Find out how you can support our school and be a part of our PTA.   Membership is just $10.  Every classroom that gets 100% parent membership will get an Extra Recess!  PTA Membership 2016-2017.

Thursday, August 17 is our very important CURRICULUM NIGHT.  Learn about your child’s instructional program, classroom routines, homework, and more.  Also, please remember to vote for the SSC representatives.   There are 3 sessions so you can attend more than one classroom if you have more than one child.
***Session 1  5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
***Session 2 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
***Session 3 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join the Birthday Book Club!  For a $10 Donation, choose a book from the special Birthday Book Club section in the school library and be the first to check out that book.  A book plate with your name will be placed inside the front cover of the book and your book club photo will be taken for the yearbook and the library book club member wall.  Forms are available in the school library or school office.

WE NEED Bottle Caps for a very special 10 year Anniversary Project. Please start collecting the bottle caps and turn them in to the school office no later than Friday, September 15.

Our Art program is still looking for donations.

 

Just a reminder: Please be sure to send your student to school in comfortable shoes, as we have PE daily. Also, please be sure your child is wearing clothing that is appropriate for the day’s weather.

DROP OFF AND PICK UP IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. Drop off and pick up students only in the front of the school and not the bus loop.
2. If you must leave your car, park in the parking lot and not the drive through zone.
3. Please do not bring animals including dogs on campus at any time – this includes arrival and dismissal.
4. Please do not park in RESERVED spaces.
5. Please wait in the courtyard at the front of the school to pick up your child.  For everyone’s safety Do Not Go to the classrooms.
6. Please keep the front gate entryway clear.
7. For parents dropping off children at the YMCA during the morning Olympian High traffic you may move the cones at the entryway and place them back.
8. Students must walk bikes, hover boards, and skate boards on side walks.
9. Students not picked up by 3:25 pm (1:55 pm on minimum days) will be escorted to the office, sign in and need to be signed out by the person picking him/her up.
10. For everyone’s safety BE PATIENT, KIND, and CONSIDERATE.


This week in:

  • Language Arts: Students will be learning about Theme in Literature
  • Mathematics: Students will be learning how to divide with multi-digit divisors
  • Science: Students will be studying matter by observing their mini lakes
  • Social Studies: Students will be studying the US Constitution

Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

  • Read for 30 minutes per day and reading log
  • Nightly Math Pages
  • 3+ kidbiz articles expected to be completed by week’s end (class time included)

LOOKING AHEAD:

August 21 at 3:30 pm SSC Meeting
August 30 at 3:30 pm 10th Anniversary Committee Meeting
September 4 NO SCHOOL
September 6 – 14 Scholastics Bookfair
September 7-14 Parent Teacher Conferences MINIMUM DAYS
September 8 beginning at 5:30 pm Family Campout/Movie Night
September 12 9:00 am ELAC Meeting
September 12 6:00 pm PTA General Meeting
September 18 – October 2 NO SCHOOL – FALL BREAK

District Trainings:
Monday, August 14 9:30 am – 11:30 am in Room C
Wednesday, August 16 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Parent Education Sessions on Welcoming Schools will be offered by the Chula Vista Elementary School District. CVESD is located at 84 East J Street.

August 25 at 9:30 am  and August 30 at 6:00 pm School Site Council training will be offered at the Chula Vista Elementary School District.  SSC-Fall-2017-flyer final2 SSC-Fall-2017 Final-Sp3

DISTRICT PARENT ACADEMY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 7:30 am – 12:00 pm at Hedencamp Elementary.

Week of August 7, 2017

Just a reminder: Please be sure to send your student to school in comfortable shoes, as we have PE daily. Also, please be sure your child is wearing clothing that is appropriate for the day’s weather.

DROP OFF AND PICK UP IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. Drop off and pick up students only in the front of the school and not the bus loop.
2. If you must leave your car, park in the parking lot and not the drive through zone.
3. Please do not bring animals including dogs on campus at any time – this includes arrival and dismissal.
4. Please do not park in RESERVED spaces.
5. Please wait in the courtyard at the front of the school to pick up your child.  For everyone’s safety Do Not Go to the classrooms.
6. Please keep the front gate entryway clear.
7. For parents dropping off children at the YMCA during the morning Olympian High traffic you may move the cones at the entryway and place them back.
8. Students must walk bikes, hover boards, and skate boards on side walks.
9. Students not picked up by 3:25 pm (1:55 pm on minimum days) will be escorted to the office, sign in and need to be signed out by the person picking him/her up.
10. For everyone’s safety BE PATIENT, KIND, and CONSIDERATE.


Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

  • Read for 30 minutes per day and reading log
  • Nightly Math Pages
  • Kidbiz is not a nightly expectation unless articles are not being completed during the designated class time.

LOOKING AHEAD:

IMPORTANT DATES:
August 15 at 9:00 am ELAC Meeting
August 15 at 6:00 pm PTA General Meeting
August 17 CURRICULUM NIGHT 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
***Session 1  5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
***Session 2 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
***Session 3 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
August 21 at 3:30 pm SSC Meeting
September 4- NO SCHOOL
September 6 – 14 Scholastics Bookfair
September 7-14 Parent Teacher Conferences MINIMUM DAYS
September 8- beginning at 5:30 pm Family Campout/Movie Night
September 12- 9:00 am ELAC Meeting
September 12- 6:00 pm PTA General Meeting
September 18 – October 2 NO SCHOOL – FALL BREAK

Week of July 31, 2016

Thank you for all of the wonderful donations you have sent in! Your generosity is much appreciated. With that in mind, our art teacher is also asking for donations. For a list of needed items, please check out her blog at: https://wolfpackartistsblog.wordpress.com/

Please be sure to complete all paperwork in the white envelope and return it to your teacher asap.

Please be sure to send your student to school in comfortable shoes, as we have PE daily. Also, please be sure your child is wearing clothing that is appropriate for the day’s weather.

DROP OFF AND PICK UP IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. Drop off and pick up students only in the front of the school and not the bus loop.
2. If you must leave your car, park in the parking lot and not the drive through zone.
3. Please do not bring animals including dogs on campus at any time – this includes arrival and dismissal.
4. Please do not park in RESERVED spaces.
5. Please wait in the courtyard at the front of the school to pick up your child.  For everyone’s safety Do Not Go to the classrooms.
6. Please keep the front gate entryway clear.
7. For parents dropping off children at the YMCA during the morning Olympian High traffic you may move the cones at the entryway and place them back.
8. Students must walk bikes, hover boards, and skate boards on side walks.
9. Students not picked up by 3:25 pm (1:55 pm on minimum days) will be escorted to the office, sign in and need to be signed out by the person picking him/her up.
10. For everyone’s safety BE PATIENT, KIND, and CONSIDERATE.


Homework:

There is a list of homework links on the right-hand side of our blog.

  • Read for 30 minutes per day and reading log
  • Nightly Math Pages
  • 3+ lessons on Dreambox (Logins will be coming home this week)

LOOKING AHEAD:

  • August 17: Curriculum Night 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm 
    ***Session 1  5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
    ***Session 2 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
    ***Session 3 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
  • Monday, August 21 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm School Site Council (SSC) Meeting