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Thank you for reading this week's edition of the Tuesday Bulletin,
September, 12 2017.
PBIS Thought For The Week
Focus : Be Thoughtful
Discussion Point : This week, let’s talk about what it means to be thoughtful. Discuss with your class what some other words are for thoughtful--how can you be thoughtful in “all settings”?
Student Council Election Results
Congratulations to our 2017 Student Council Officers

Service Officer - Brandon Lim
Student Store - Anthony Aguiar-Casillas
Treasurer - Sophie Kim
Spirit Officer - Sophia Lopez
Secretary - Katie Sweeney
Vice President - Kyle Pak
President - Morgan Ang

Childhood Cancer Awareness
This  Friday, September 15th  we will be hosting a special guest in recognition of  Pediatric Cancer Awareness  month. Sydney Sigafus is a 16 year old cancer survivor who will be coming to Laguna Road to share her story. Students are all encouraged to  wear yellow or gold . If you know someone affected by pediatric cancer, please use the form on this  Flyer to write down their name so we can honor them with a ribbon. 
Laguna Road Annual Book Fair
Howdy, Cowboys and Cowgirls! 

Round up your fellow readers and swing on by to the Wild West Scholastic Book Fair coming to the Sullivan Center
Sept 25-29!  

And don't forget about our annual Lunch with a Loved One event on Tuesday, Sept 26! It's sure to be the wildest event in the West! 
Tech Safety Night
   Laguna Road School presents "Help! I am the parent o a Tech Savvy Child" - tips for managing technology safety in the home on WEDNESDAY, Sept 20 at 6pm - 7:30pm in the Sullivan Center. This presentation is for parents/guardians only and will cover such topics as instagram, snapchat facebook and other social media apps, how to track and monitor your child's online activity, cyberbullying and how to protect our children, and much more. Food and refreshments will be served.  Flyer is available HERE
Disaster Preparedness // Health & Safety Drive
   September 11th marks the start of our DISASTER PREPAREDNESS/HEALTH & SAFETY Drive which concludes on September 22, 2017. Each class will collect items for our Emergency Shed. 

Please see the list attached HERE for classroom assignments.
Hurricane Harvey Donation Drive
Laguna Road School Choir Foundation and the PTA are coordinating with a local non-profit organization "COAST TO COAST FOUNDATION" to help collect items for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Any items on the list below can be brought to school and there will be a box placed outside of each classroom. The boxes will be out from Monday, Sept 11 through Friday, Sept 22.  For any questions, please contact Celsie Solon - celsiesolon@gmail.com
Get more information and a list of necessary items HERE

Please note this is SEPARATE from our own Emergency Shed drive.
Reflections
    September 18th is the launch of PTA's Reflections Arts Program" which is a nationally recognized arts program that encourages artistic creativity in all students. This year's theme is WITHIN REACH . Students may choose one or all of the following categories - Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. Deadline for students to submit their work is Oct 12th. All grades may participate. Thank you!
PTA Membership Drive
    We are excited to kick-off the 2017-2018 school year with our annual PTA Membership Drive. Don’t miss out on your chance to purchase yearbooks at a discount while showing your Roadrunner school spirit by joining the PTA. Every member of your family is eligible to be a PTA member (parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles too). 

     Our PTA Membership goal this year is 700. Together, we can do this !!                      
             PTA Membership/Yearbook Bundle
STEM and Innovation At Laguna Road
            First grade got back into the STEM Lab this week and examined their plants we made in the first week. The students saw how a lack of water influences a plant’s growth by comparing two tomato plants, with one receiving water and one not over a two week period. We then moved into animals and what “tools” they have engineered over time to collect food. The students then researched carnivore, herbivore, and omnivore features and crafted life-like models of their specialized teeth. I was extremely impressed with how quickly everyone picked up the concepts and how true to life their replica jaws looked. Their ability to craft accurate models is a key skill that they will build upon for years and a strong foundation is essential to this.
Tech Corner
All 4th graders learn about California history and the different California regions. These fourth graders use green screen technology to take virtual visits to the different regions in our great state of California! This technology has made a great impact on students' learning!
Writing Workshop
Fourth Grade students are learning that writers of narratives come up with story ideas by focusing on emotions and the memories attached. In this lesson, Ms. Collins used emojis to creatively introduce the focus on emotions. As our students craft their narrative writing, look for them to use strong emotions and memories!
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