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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Alejandro Herdocia on 3/11/2019

    Hello Meadowlark families,

    Our Super Scholar this week demonstrates hard work and is eager to participate in class. Congratulations to Leeah Wilson in Mrs. Jacobsohn’s class. Our next Super Scholar is a highly motivated student and has reached 400% of his AR goal. Congratulations to Justin Hollister in Mrs. Wheeler’s room.

    On Friday, your child brought home a flyer for the Scholar Dollar Program. This program is sponsored by The Office of the State Treasurer of California. Meadowlark has an opportunity to win $10,000 for educational support and enrichment activities. All you have to do is log on to  http://www.myscholardollars.com/vote/?show_school=2885 and look for our school and vote! We can vote once a day per email address. You do need to be 18 years of age or older. The first time you vote, you have to watch a super short 90 second video and confirm your email address. After this first time, you won’t have to do that again. Voting started today and runs through March 22nd. So after you hear this message, go vote and tell all of your friends and relatives to vote every day. The school that has the most votes will be awarded the prize in their category. We know you will help Meadowlark earn this amazing prize!

    The Young Americans Workshop is happening this Thursday-Saturday at the Vasquez High School Gym. This opportunity is open to all 3rd-12th-grade students and helps build confidence through music and performing arts. The registration fee is $45 and includes a free t-shirt. Go online to youngamericans.org for more information. There are also flyers available in the office for more information.

    Thank you and have a wonderful evening.

     

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 3/4/2019

    Our Super Scholar this week is always pushing herself to do her best. Congratulations to Gianna Martin in Miss Bowden’s class. Our next Super Scholar is a student who takes pride in her work and demonstrates strong leadership skills. Congratulations to Kelly Vazquez in Ms. Jacobsohn’s class!

    We would also like to recognize Victoria Herrera, James Schofield, and Santino Saenz in our Transitional Kindergarten class for good behavior and earning the most DoJo points. Congratulations! We are very proud of you!

    And congratulations to Mrs. Wollman’s class for winning Coin Wars. Her class set a new school record, bringing in just under 59 pounds! Thank you, to everyone, for supporting Meadowlark!

    This week, we are celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday with Read Across America Week. We had an amazing kick off assembly this morning with Meadowlark’s Founding Principal, Mrs. Margaret Gonder reading a special book to the students and our very own Superintendent, Mr. King, playing a resounding tune to kick off the start of an exciting week!

     

     

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 2/25/2019

    Our Super Scholar this week is a student who always does her best and is a great citizen. Congratulations to Savannah Gluth in Miss Xu’s class.

    This is the last week for Coin Wars so dig through those pockets and couch cushions and turn in those coins! Did you know that nickels weigh more than dimes...remember, the class that has the most weight in coins wins an ice cream party!

    And don’t forget that Talent Show try-outs are coming up on March 13th!

    Next week, March 4th-8th is Read Across America Week. You will be getting more information on the activities, but on Monday, we will be having a special Kick-off assembly featuring Meadowlark’s Founding Principal, Mrs. Margaret Gonder and our Superintendent, Mr. Larry King.

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  • Special Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 2/21/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark Families. This is a special announcement to remind you that tomorrow night is ASMO’s annual Valentine Bunco Fundraiser. It will be held at the Acton Community Club and will begin at 7:00pm. Cocktail hour begins at 6pm and tickets are $15 to play 3 games or $20 to play with all you can eat appetizers. All proceeds benefit the Music Program at Meadowlark and High Desert Schools. All persons must be 21 years of age or over to attend. We hope to see you there!

     

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 2/18/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark families, this is your Principal Mrs. Toledo with your Monday message.

    Hey Meadowlark Students, shine those dancing shoes, get your comedy skits ready and warm up your voices! The annual Talent Show is coming up! We have tryouts on March 13th, so start practicing!

    Coin Wars continues this week, so dig through those sofa cushions and ask mom to check the bottom of her purse for all of those extra coins and bring them to school. Remember, the class that bring in the most weight in coins will win an ice cream party! All monies collected will be used towards supporting PTO.

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  • Special Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 2/12/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark Families, this is a special message to remind you that during inclement weather, Blue Line students will be picked up on the side of the MPR and valet students will be called out using the yellow cards. We appreciate you being patient with the process and know that we are all doing our best to get students out quickly and safely.

    Thank you for listening and have a good evening.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 2/11/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark families, this is your Principal Mrs. Toledo with your Monday message.

    A big congratulations to Everett Blaha for taking 1st place in our district’s 4th annual Spelling Bee. It was an exciting finish! We are also very proud of our other contestants, Angeline Newell and Shelby Blane for also participating and doing their very best.  And a special thank you to Mrs. Molly Newton for being a judge and supporting our students. Congratulations to everyone!

    Meadowlark’s Annual Talent Show is fast approaching. Tryouts will be held on March 13th. More details will be coming soon.

    Our first Super Scholar is nominated by Mrs. Wedding. This student loves to learn and always works hard. Congratulations to Fernando Perez. Our next Super Scholar has been nominated by Mrs. Newton. This student has shown tremendous growth and is ready to conquer the world. Congratulations to Colt Brooks Morissey.

    And a reminder that there is no school this Friday, Feb. 15th and Monday, Feb. 18th to celebrate President’s weekend.

    Finally, if your child waits in the valet area after school, please use the valet line to pick him/her up in your car. If you choose to walk and pick up your child, please walk to the blue line at the front of the school. Walk-ups are not permitted in the valet line. We appreciate your support in helping to keep our kids safe.

    Thank you for listening and have a good evening.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 2/4/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark families, this is your Principal Mrs. Toledo with your Monday message.

    One of our Super Scholars this week is always ready to learn, is an active participant in class and is a good friend to everyone. Congratulations to Kylie Finn in Mrs. Fernandez’ class.

    Our other Super scholar is a student who has been diving into learning since the beginning of the school year and has set her sails for a successful school year. Congratulations to Jasmen Jimenez in Mrs. Martin’s class.

    Meadowlark’s After School Enrichment program begins next week. Please check out the variety of classes being offered such as arts and crafts, Modern and Middle Eastern Dance, Martial Arts and running and soccer classes which will be taught by coaches from High Desert.   Please look for the packet that was sent home with your child for more information on the classes and for registration and turn those registration forms in to the office as soon as possible. Classes fill up quickly so don’t delay!

    There is an English Learners Advisory Council meeting, better known as ELAC, on Friday at 8:45 in the library. Everyone is welcome! We hope to see you there.

    Finally, thank you all for your patience during inclement weather days, especially those of you waiting in the valet line. We are all working hard to keep our kids safe and protected.  

    Thank you for listening and have a good evening.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 1/28/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark families, this is your Principal Mrs. Toledo with your Monday message.

    Our first Super Scholar always has a positive attitude and is always kind and respectful. Congratulations to Kaia Proscia in Mrs. Sutliff’s class. Our next Super Scholar is hard working, organized, and an outstanding citizen. Congratulations to Chloe Strange from Mrs. Wollman’s class.

    Meadowlark’s After School Enrichment classes will be starting up in February. We have a variety of classes being offered such as arts and crafts, Modern and Middle Eastern Dance, Martial Arts and running and soccer classes which will be taught by coaches from High Desert.   Please look for the packet that was sent home with your child for more information on the classes and for registration.

    Thank you for listening and have a good evening.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 1/14/2019

    Monday, January 14, 2019
    Good evening Meadowlark families, this is your Principal, Mrs. Toledo with your Monday Message. Our Super Scholar this week is a student who is always ready to learn. He gives his best and makes good choices. Way to go Jackson Mandle from Mrs. Palacios’ class. For those of you that go through valet, please watch for Teachers and other adults handing out the yellow name cards. Using these cards really helps speed the valet process as we are able to call out names and get kids to the right spot and ready for you as you drive through. We will probably have a couple of days of inclement weather this week and the yellow cards are very helpful to speed up the valet process. Please be patient through the valet line and avoid getting out of your car and walking to the office. Teachers and office staff are doing their best to get you through the valet line as quickly as possible.Thank you to those who continue to use the name cards and again, if you need a new one, they will be available at the valet line from any adult and also in the pocket shelf in front of the office. Thank you for listening and have a good evening.

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