March 10, 2020
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March 10 - SRVHS Band Concert 7-8PM
March 12 - 3-5 grade Skate Night- Golden Skate 6-8:30PM
March 13 - Spring Pictures
March 14 - San Ramon Valley Elementary Science Olympiad- DVHS 8AM-5PM
March 17 - Teacher Professional Development Day- Minimum Day  
March 17 - St. Patrick’s Day Pizza Lunch! Noon to 1PM
March 18-20 - Spring Conferences- Minimum Day  

** Please Note that Family Science Night has been cancelled **
March is Women’s History Month and at Montair, we are working to highlight the contributions of women in the world. Last Wednesday, our Inclusion and Diversity Club researched a variety of women who have made an impact on the world. Be sure to come by the hallway near the MPR to learn about some of these amazing females. One woman studied was Mae Jemison. In 1992, Mae became the first African American woman in space. Mae attended Stanford University on a scholarship at the age of 16. She studied chemical engineering and African-American studies. Then Mae received her doctorate in medicine, served in the Peace Corps, and joined NASA. According to Mae, "The thing that I have done throughout my life is to do the best job that I can and to be me." This is exactly what we hope for our kids.  We want all of our kids at Montair to know that women and men have been working together to inspire us and to improve our world. 

Enjoy our Leadership Announcements on MTTV.

Here’s to a great week of learning together!

Ondi Tricaso
Montair PTA invites 1st - 5th grade students to join us for a joint Pledge to Humanity and Sister School event to make toiletry and food bags for our Sister School and others in our community! Sign up as spaces are limited. March 18th (Minimum Day), 12:15-1:00pm in the Montair MPR.

Any questions, please contact Staci Rodgers (Pledge to Humanity Chair) and Angela Frankel (Sister School Rep)

Inclusion Club explores SRVUSD "resolutions" celebrating the many diverse aspects of San Ramon Valley, including Dyslexia, Hispanic Heritage, Native American History, Bullying Prevention, African American History, Autism Acceptance, Women's History, and Asian Pacific Heritage.  

Join us as we explore these topics through books, presentations, music, and art projects to better appreciate our world!

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