News

Don’t let our small size fool you—we have BIG things going on! This is our rooftop—the place where we shout all the great news. Check here for the news and announcements that affect our school family.

Spring Art and Music Exposition

Please join us for our art and music exposition on Tuesday, May 17 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Spend the evening enjoying art and music from our students. See our art and music exposition schedule for complete details.

Student Survey for Graduate Research Project

Dear Parents and Guardians,

This year I am enrolled in an online graduate program through Touro University, California in order to earn a master's degree in Innovative Learning. An integral part of my work this year is the completion of an action research project. Action research is a method of examining one's own actions and investigating how those actions can influence others to learn. I have chosen as my project to study the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has affected students and the community. I would be very grateful if you would grant permission for your child to take part in my research.

A consent form will be sent out on April 19. Please sign and return the consent form as soon as possible, either to the office or to the classroom teacher. If you would like to review the survey questions, please click on the links below. I have also included the parent survey as well.

Sincerely,
Van Son

Sharing Food

While we are happy that our students are feeling more comfortable at school and are returning to normal activities, students have been sharing food and this is not allowed. We have several students who have food allergies or dietary restrictions. In addition, when students put food in their mouths and place their hands back into food containers, germs may easily spread. When students share food, they put others at risk. Please discuss this with your child(ren) so that they may fully understand our rationale.

Treasures

Our students have been bringing their special treasures to school. Some of these items are getting lost. They are also a bit distracting to student learning. Please remind your children to keep their treasures at home, where they will remain safe.

Also, trading Pokémon cards is not allowed at school. Trading cards causes too many hard feelings.

Get Connected with Home Internet
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Get connected with home internet!

  • Some providers offer 60 days of free service.
  • Only $10 to $15 a month.

You may qualify for affordable, home internet if you are participating in one of the following programs:

  • Child Enrolled in the NSLP (National School Lunch Program)
  • CalFresh (food stamps) or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Medi-Cal
  • Or Have a Household Income Under $40,000/year

To determine which of the internet providers serves your area, enter your zip code on the everyoneon website. It will list your choices and you can call the companies in your area.

  • human-I-T - $15/month - (888) 519-4724
  • access from At&T - $10/month - (855) 220-5211
  • Comcast - $10/month - (855) 846-8376

Sponsors:

  • CETF (California Emerging Technology Fund)
  • Napa County Office of Education

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Annual Notice to Parents

Section 48980 of the Education Code of California requires that notice be given at the beginning of the first semester or quarter of the regular school term to the parent or guardian of the minor pupils in the school district regarding the rights of the parent or guardian.