Community Engagement




Principal’s Message
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Staff,

Now that our Spring Break has come and gone and we are in the last quarter of the school year, we need to continue to be focused on student academic achievement. We recently completed the Smarter Balance Interim test, a practice test that will help prepare our students for the administration of the real test latter this year. And although the test is but one measure of student success, we want to encourage all our children to continue to stay focused, and do their best.

Also, just a reminder that students should not be dropped off at school before 7:00 A.M. A few parents are dropping their children off as early as 6:30, and should be aware that there is no supervision of their child at this time. For your child’s safety, please do not drop them off at school before 7:00 A.M.

I would also like to encourage parents and community members to get involved in our school as volunteers, part-time teachers, adult supervisors, or tutors. There is a strong correlation between a parent’s involvement in their child’s education, and the success the child experiences in school. Also, if you have ideas or suggestions in ways we might better serve your children, my door is always open.


James Denight