October 1, 2017 | Issue # 9

Traffic Safety concerns

The Fallon office has received an increasing number of reports about both adult drivers and student pedestrians engaging in dangerous behavior during the morning and afternoon commute to school. Please help us keep all our children safe by reminding your child to make eye contact with drivers and to cross the streets only within the marked crosswalks. In addition, if your children ride their bikes or skateboards to school, please remind them to walk bikes and skateboards through the crosswalks and to wear a properly-fitted helmet at all times. As adult drivers, of course, we all need to pay particularly close attention to students on foot and bikes as we make our way through the drop-off lanes, parking lots, and local streets. Thank you for your continuing support of policies and procedures that keep our children safe.

National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Month
Every October, schools and organizations across the country join STOMP Out Bullying™ in observing National Bullying Prevention Month. The goal: encourage communities to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of bullying on all children of all ages. On  Monday, October 2nd  GO BLUE! Wear a BLUE SHIRT and join us in solidarity to stop bullying and cyberbullying! Make it the day that bullying prevention is heard around the world!

Valley High Fundraiser

Fallon PFC is hosting a Dine-out fundraiser to help Valley High School. It is on October 4th, at Chipotle and the Habit Burger at Persimmon Place. Please see the informational flyer, and don't forget to download the Chipotle flyer (5-9pm) and the Habit Burger flyer (4-8pm).  Thanks so much for supporting our community schools.

See DubRun Information

The DUSD Fifth Annual Wellness Fair and SeeDubRun 5K Color Run/Walk and 10K event is just around the corner, taking place on Sunday, October 8, 2017 at DHS. Held in partnership with Dublin Integrity in Action, this event raises funds for Wellness, Character Ed and Bullying Prevention Programs. Registration information is here.

Family Science Night

Please save October 11 for a Family Science Night with Assemblywoman Catherine Baker. For more information, please click here.

Coffee with DHS Principal

Save the date Friday October 20, 2017, 9:00am - 11:00am!! Please click here for more information.


Alameda County Science & Engineering Fair

Information is now available for the Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair competition. Students should see Mrs. Brown in D2 if they want more information or visit ACSEF.org.


PFC Enrichment Programs
      
       Junior Achievement for Seventh Graders
Thursdays 3:30 - 4:30pm
This program is not waitlisted.
Junior Achievement helps to foster w ork-readiness skills, entrepreneurial thinking and  financial literacy skills. S tudents will e xp lore their skills, interests, values, and the world of work to make informed education, career, and life decisions. They will develop knowledge of personal finance to apply strong financial-management skills regardless of income.
Signup here. Program information here.
Please contact ayoon211@gmail.com if you have questions.

Fallon Scrabble
Enter the world of competitive Scrabble! Students will play many games against each other, learn a bunch of cool and unusual words, and become adept at rack management, board strategy and quick calculations. When they reach a sufficient standard, they can play in outside clubs in the Bay Area against the pros, and perhaps even think about participating in tournaments, leading up to the Scrabble Nationals!
Meetings on Fridays 3:30pm, starting October 20th. Interested in this new and exciting program? Sign up here!

 Please check the PFC Enrichment website here for updates.

Parent Input Requested on Special Education Committee

The Community Advisory Council (CAC) is a group of parents, district staff and community members tasked with informing the  Special Education Local Plan Area ( SELPA) regarding issues important to parents, participating in the development of the Local Plan, facilitating parent involvement with special education in their districts, and assisting with parent training.  The CAC holds a minimum of four business meetings and sponsors at least two parent training events per year. In addition, the CAC hosts the Make a Difference Awards every May, during which teachers, related service providers, paraprofessionals and administrators are honored for their work with students with disabilities. Dublin Parents are needed to serve on this Council.  Please contact Jennifer Chiarelli at 925-828-2551 or via email at chiarellijennifer@dublinusd.org if interested. 


Follow Principal Sweeney on Social Media

If you have a Facebook or a Twitter account and would like to follow Principal Sweeney's communications through social media, please find her on Twitter @FallonPrincipal and on Facebook as Principal Sweeney. 
CALENDAR

This Week
Next Week
Monday (10/2)  
Wear blue for Bullying Prevention Month

Monday (10/9)
School Site Council Meeting 3.30-4.30pm
Fallon PFC Meeting 6.30-8pm
Tuesday (10/3)

Tuesday (10/10)

  
  
Wednesday (10/4)
Wednesday (10/11)

Thursday (10/5)

Thursday (10/12)

Friday (10/6)

Friday (10/13)


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