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Rocklin Academy Family of Schools Board Meeting
Date: 2/16/2016, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: Multipurpose Room - 6552
Anderson/Lang Field Trip
Date: 2/25/2016, 10 AM – 2 PM
Location: UC Davis Arboretum
End of 2nd Trimester
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There is a NEW form now posted on our webpage! In an effort to streamline the lunch ordering process, we have developed a Google Form, which is now posted on our website on our nutritional services page. Thank you for your cooperation and your willingness to help us streamline our lunch services for your children.
We would also like to ask for your assistance in how you pay for your lunches. If you are ordering for the whole month it would be extremely helpful if you could pay for the whole month at one time, if that is possible for your family. We would also like to encourage you to pay online. By paying online you are helping us reduce the number of bank deposits that need to be made every day as payments are received. Thank you for your consideration.
Next month (February), we will be emailing home a Student Re-Enrollment Form to all students currently attending Grades TK through 11 at the Rocklin Academy Family of Schools. The information provided on this form will help the Rocklin Academy Family of Schools plan for next school year (2016-17).
We will be sending and tracking all re-enrollment forms submitted through SchoolMint, our application/enrollment management system.
To confirm your student’s continued enrollment with the Rocklin Academy Family of Schools for next school year, you must complete and submit through SchoolMint ONE FORM PER STUDENT for all students in Grades TK-11. Instructions will be included with the Re-Enrollment Form you receive in February.
It’s that time of year when students wear jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts to school. It’s also that time of year we find many jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts left on the playground. If a name isn’t on the tag of the outerwear, it goes to the lost and found located near the cafeteria. If your student is missing anything, please find some time to pick through the overflowing bin before it gets donated on Wednesday, February 10th.
We have been noticing a significant increase in students being picked up from school past dismissal time for all three schedules. This is creating congestion in our office and is interfering with our staff’s ability to perform their professional responsibilities. Beginning on January 4th upon our return to school from winter break, students from schedule A and B not picked up from school during their scheduled window of time will be taken to the playground picnic area instead of the office. This is the picnic area closest to the front of building 6550. Thirty minutes after dismissal time, students will be checked into the Later Gator after school program for an emergency drop in fee ranging from $17 to $21. Schedule C students will be brought to the office in building 6552.
On behalf of the Rocklin Academy Board of Directors, it is my pleasure to announce that the Board has appointed Robin Stout as our Executive Director/Superintendent. Robin has been in an interim capacity since July.
Robin has seamlessly stepped into the Executive Director/Superintendent role and has demonstrated a natural leadership and an eagerness to confront challenges. She has done an outstanding job representing Rocklin Academy in the short time she has been in the interim role and the Board is confident in her ability to lead the Rocklin Academy Family of Schools as we continue to improve and expand our educational programs.
If your child is absent, please call the office by 8:30am at (916) 778-4550 X845 or firstname.lastname@example.org the day your child is absent. If you know your child will be out for more than one day (i.e., due to fever, flu, diagnosis, travel, etc.), please state how many days you expect them to be absent.
You may have noticed the beautiful white picket fence outside the multipurpose room surrounding our very own “kinder garden”. For his Eagle Scout project, Nick Oehler, a junior at Rocklin High School, with the help and support of his project coach, Jon Dresser, designed and built the amazing garden for our kindergarten students who study farms and plants through our Core Knowledge curriculum. Perhaps our kindergarteners will grow the very vegetable and herbs used in our school lunch!
Rocklin Academy Preschool has a limited number of openings in our preschool classes. Please contact our director,Mary Howe, for more details at email@example.com
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