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  • Message from the Superintendent

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 10/28/2019

    All 3 of our schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, October 29, 2019, due to maintenance.  We want to be sure the air quality in all of our classrooms are safe for students and staff.  Our sites’ centralized air conditioning and heating climate control systems were impacted by the nearby fires.  Although our sites may or may not lose power tomorrow, we are closing schools for health and safety which is the District’s first priority.  Moving forward we will continue to inform you the morning of the day we are not in operation.  When SCE informs the District that the power may be out, we inspect our sites at approximately 5 a.m.  If there is no power, then we announce that school is closed.  This is the process we will return to on Wednesday and Thursday.  It is possible that we will not have power on those days as well, due to high winds.  Thank you for your patience.  And again, all sites will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, October 29.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 10/21/2019

    Our Super Scholars this week come from Mrs. Palacios’ class. This student is always on task and ready to learn! She sets a good example for her classmates and is always kind. Congratulations to Abbie Ajungo! Mrs. Palacios’ next Super Scholar loves to learn and does not give up when presented with challenges. He is also kind to everyone. Congratulations to Ben Fatool! 


    This week, Meadowlark is celebrating Red Ribbon Week. A week where we highlight healthy habits and say no to drugs and other bad health habits. Today was wear red day. Tuesday is Crazy Hair or Hat Day. Wednesday is Mismatch Day. Thursday is Crazy Socks day and Friday is Meadowlark Spirit Wear day. We hope everyone will join in celebrating Red Ribbon Week. 


    Finally, just a reminder that our PTO Cookie Dough and Popcorn Fundraiser are still happening. There’s nothing like the smell of fresh cookies in the house and having popcorn on hand during those family tv nights! Get your orders in soon! 

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 10/14/2019

    Our Super Scholar this week comes to school ready to learn and is always eager to help his friends out with a smile on his face. Congratulations to Max Davis in Mrs. Jacobsohn’s class. Way to go Max! 

    Parent Conferences are this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Please make sure you have signed up for a time to meet with your teacher to discuss your child’s progress. If you still need to sign up, please contact your child’s teacher through email and she will let you know what times are available. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday are also minimum days, so students will be dismissed at 12:40 on each of those days.

    On Thursday, Meadowlark will be participating in the Great California ShakeOut Drill. All school sites will be conducting earthquake drills with appropriate responses and coordinating communication with the district office as well as first responders. This is an important drill that ensures our schools are prepared in case of an earthquake or similar emergency. 

    This Saturday is Vasquez High School’s annual Fall Festival. Come join in the fun and check out the amazing booths and silent auction baskets. It will be at Vasquez High School quad area this Saturday, October 19th from noon to 5:00. Hope to see you there!

    Finally, I want to thank all of you for your patience as we dealt with circumstances that were unique and beyond our control. Decisions are always made thoughtfully with the safety of our staff and students as our top priority. We will continue to reflect on our policies to ensure that Meadowlark is a safe place to learn.

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  • Special Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 10/10/2019

    Good evening Meadowlark families, this is Mrs. Toledo with a special message. Vasquez High School will not have school tomorrow due to loss of power. However, Meadowlark and High Desert will be on minimum day schedule. Meadowlark students will be dismissed at 12:40 tomorrow. If conditions change overnight and a change needs to be made, you will be notified no later than 6:00am. We appreciate your understanding as we work towards keeping our kids safe. Thank you for listening.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 10/7/2019

    Our Super Scholar this week comes to school ready to learn and always has a smile on his face! Congratulations to Broc Fishman in Mrs. Newton's class! 

    Congratulations also to Miss Xu’s class for winning the ASMO Sponsorship drive. The class will win a class party of their choice and Miss Xu wins a Visa Gift card. If you still want to be a part of ASMO, it’s not too late, You can pick up a sponsorship form in front of the office.

    Last week, you received a flyer for our community training on Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports, also known as PBIS held tonight at the district office board room at 5:30. Come be informed on PBIS and what the sites are doing to promote the social emotional and behavioral well-being of our students. Please contact the district office if you have any questions or need special accommodations. Refreshments will be also served. We hope to see you there!

    Don’t forget that Parent Conferences are next week on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. If you have not yet signed up on your teachers tab on Sign-Up Genius, or if you need assistance signing up, please contact your teacher as soon as possible so she can find a convenient time to meet with you to discuss your child’s progress. Please be sure to click your child’s teacher’s tab at the top of the page, before choosing a time. A translator will also be available for anyone who would like one. 

    Thank you to all of you who have been patient as we implement our Raptor Visitor Management System. All adults 18 years of age and older must show a picture ID, such as a driver’s license if you plan on going on campus. We know you all appreciate this extra measure of keeping our kids safe at school.  

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 9/30/2019

    Our Super Scholar this week comes from Mrs. Englers class. This scholar answers difficult questions and shares her knowledge with her classmates. Congratulations to Samantha Hamrick. 

    Another Super Scholar is an eager learner and always comes to school ready to learn. Congratulations to Elijah Christou in Mrs. Sutliff’s class.

    Tomorrow, Oct. 1st is Picture Day. Your child should have come home with a picture envelope for payment and choice of poses. Envelopes are available in the office, if you need another one.

    October has also been recognized nationally and by our district as Dyslexia Awareness Month. Dyslexia is a brain based learning disorder that can affect a child’s ability to read. It occurs in people of all backgrounds and intellectual levels. Awareness of the symptoms of dyslexia is important so early interventions can be implemented. Acton Library will have a special display available with books and information on Dyslexia. And a bulletin board in the front hallway of Meadowlark will also be on display with more information. 

    Our Raptor Visitor Management System also begins tomorrow. Please be prepared to show a picture ID, such as a Driver’s license, to the office if you plan on going on campus. All adults 18 years of age and older will be required to use this system. We appreciate your patience as we implement this system as another measure of keeping our kids safe at school. 

    Finally, Parent Conferences will be coming up in a couple of weeks Please check your child’s backpack for directions on signing up for conferences on Sign-Up Genius. The information is also on the Meadowlark website.  If you have any difficulties or have questions about signing up, please contact your child’s teacher. 

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 9/23/2019

    Our Super Scholar this week comes to school ready to learn, is a first time listener and is kind and responsible. Mrs. Hamilton is very proud to nominate Emrys Vouniozos as her Super Scholar. Congratulations!

    Parents, you should have received a letter from the district regarding the implementation of our new Raptor System beginning on October 1st. Please be sure to read this letter thoroughly. 

    Thank you to everyone who attended the Volunteer meeting last week. If you were not able to attend, please make sure you understand the requirements for volunteering. Even if you had the health and security clearance last year, all volunteers are required to complete a Volunteer Application. These are available in the office. If you have any questions about this process, please contact the office.

    Thursday is Meadowlark’s first Spirit Day sponsored by Student Council. Students are encouraged to dress up as their favorite character. This can be a movie, tv, cartoon, even storybook character. Please remember to

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 9/16/2019

    Our first Super Scholars of the year are from our TK class! Mrs. Wadsworth nominates Maxwell Castaneda because he always participates and is a super listener. Another Super TK Scholar is Rhianna Jimenez for sharing ideas and being a great classroom helper. 

    Congratulations to our new student council officers. President Rylie Wagner, Vice President Stella Salvas, Treasurer Cassia Demyan, Secretary Alexis Van Ornum, and Sergeant at Arms Drew Kendall. All of our candidates did an amazing job and we are proud of everyone who made the effort! 

    Meadowlark is hosting a Parent Volunteer training this Wednesday, Sept. 18th at 8:45am in the Library. At this training, you will learn about the district requirements for volunteers, as well as expectations and knowledge on how best to support the classroom and volunteer responsibility. We love our volunteers and invite you to be a part of your child’s education. 

    Our English Language Advisory Committee, also known as ELAC, is having its first meeting of the year on Thursday, Sept. 19th at 8:30 in the Library. We invite all parents to be a part of ELAC and be an integral part of your child’s education.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 9/9/2019

    Thank you to everyone who attended Back to School night last week. It’s always fun to see our parents get excited and learn about their child’s classroom.

    Wednesday, September 11th is Patriot Day. We encourage all students to wear red, white, and blue in honor of those who died and risked their lives during the 9/11 tragedy. Discussions of heroes, patriotism and community service will be a focus in the classroom, but we encourage you to talk to your child at home, about this historic day.

    I’d like to say a big thank you to all of you who are picking up your students in the valet line and blue line. You set such a great example by using the crosswalks and following Meadowlark’s simple rules of driving all the way forward in the valet line. Remember, if you need an orange name card for your car, they are available right outside the office. If you are walking to pick up your child, please walk to the front of the school where the blue line is.  Blue line students should not be picked up at the car valet area.

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  • Monday Message

    Posted by Tess Toledo on 8/26/2019

    Today we had our first outdoor Morning Buzz Assembly to introduce our staff and encourage school pride and spirit. Our  Behavior Assembly was also held this morning with a special visit from Mr. King, our Superintendent, who led our flag salute for our first assembly. Be sure to ask your child how their class can earn points in the MPR in order to earn extra lunch recess time. We have special play equipment that is used just for our Extended Recess times and who doesn’t love a little more play time? Also, ask your child what appropriate Voice Level means and about our 3 Be’s-Be Responsible, Be Respectful, and Be Safe. 

    PTO T-shirt sales begin this week through September. You will be getting an updated form with a new logo in the next few days.This is your opportunity to purchase a Meadowlark t-shirt and show your pride. Fridays are our Spirit Days and it’s the perfect time to wear your shirt or sweatshirt and show your school spirit. New order forms will be sent home as soon as we receive them and can be returned to the office when you are ready to order. There will also be a PTO meeting on Thursday at 8:35 in the MPR. We hope you can join us and be a part of this hard working group. 

    The Community Advisory Committee is a school associated group comprised of parents, educators and other interested community members. It’s purpose is to provide families of students with disabilities information on specific topics and encourage involvement in the development and review of the Local Plan, as well as disability awareness. Please go to or stop by the Meadowlark office for more information. 

    If you haven’t returned your first day packet yet, please do so as soon as possible. It is important that we have updated information in case we need to contact you during the school day. 

    I also want to extend a big thank you to those parents who have been using the valet line. It works really well when we move all the way forward in the line and not stop in the middle. Using the orange valet cards is also very helpful so we can call your child’s name and he/she can be waiting for you in the appropriate spot. If you need a card, we have plenty in the office for you! I was also very pleased to see all of the parents who modeled for our students the use of the crosswalk. It’s important that we do all we can to keep our kids, and ourselves safe and follow all traffic rules. 

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