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Welcome to North School

Bienvenidos

Home of the Lions - Hear Me Roar!

 2875 Holly Dr., Tracy, CA 95376

209.830.3350 - Main Office

Hours 8:00-4:00

Call for an appointment if requesting a conference after 4:00  

 Contact via Email - Contactos

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Check us out on Facebook and watch Lion TV on YouTube

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Nov 2014

http://youtu.be/61FqLjRgISM

Dec 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmP5LbDakWM

Jan.Feb

http://youtu.be/bHnbBGjXm3w

 

 WHAT'S HAPPENING

 
 
Annual Survey 2015
Please let us know how North School is doing.  Complete the survey by clicking the link below for Parent or Student in English or Spanish and have your voice heard.  Thank you for your comments.
 
Encuesta Anual 2015 
Necesitamos su opinión de nuestra escuela.  Favor de completar el survey link en la caja abajo y diganos sus comentarios, gracias.
 
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Night Custodian Ms. Tami, Leadership & kids ready for the Annual Easter Egg Hunt ight Custodian Ms. Tami, Leadership & kids ready for the Annual Easter Egg Hunt
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Student Projects
 
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Tracy Press features our 8th Graders and the Programing Class
7th Graders Grapple the Ropes Course Building Self-Confidence and Team Work 
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Manuel "Manny" Scott of the Freedom Writers visits North School
In a surprise visit Manny Scott stopped by North School on his way to Lake Tahoe to visit Ms. Hensel's 8th Grade class.  The class has been reading his book Turning the Page and are about to start his latest book, The Next Chapter.  He stopped by North School after being moved by the comments shared with Ms. Hensel's class via Facebook.
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 Books for Kindergarten
Kindergarten teachers Mrs. Arroyo, Mrs. Villaseñor, and Mr. Guadagnolo display the books they received for their students.  Each student will receive a bag of books in memory of Mrs. Donna Boyd, a kindergarten teacher in TUSD.  She was an advocate for students reading at school and at home.
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3rd Graders Receive New Dictionaries
Tracy ELKS donated dictionaries for each 3rd grader.  This is a yearly tradition and much appreciated by the teachers and students. 
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 CURRENT EVENTS

 

May Events 2015

Tues 12   Building Literacy Together Spectacular
                 Pre-School -1st  6:30-8:45pm
 
Thur 21   School Site Council 8:15-9:00am
 
Wed 20   Band Spring Concert 7-8:00pm
 
Fri 22      12:30 Dismissal
 
Mon 25   Memorial Day Holiday
 
Wed 27   8th Grade Great America
 
Thur 28   8th Grade Promotion Ceremony 4:00pm
 
Fri 29       12:30 Dismissal – Last Day of School
 

 PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

 
Planning for 2015-16 School Year
The trimester is coming to a close and we are 14 weeks away from the end of another school year.  Site Council and school staff have been reviewing the 2014-15 School Site Plan and deciding what programs and interventions have had the most impact on student learning, school safety, and parent involvement.  If you have any thoughts or ideas you would like to share, speak to a School Site Council representative, your student’s teacher, the office staff or email me directly.  Your experiences, opinions, and ideas can drive North School to excel as your neighborhood school.  Below are some of the programs we are discussing as well as the estimated cost for program and what they provide for our students and families. 
Programs                    Cost     Services
Brain Pop                    $2,000 Web-Based - providing students information inall subjects
Accelerated Reader    $6,000 Web Based - Tracks students reading of books through tests
MobyMax                    $600    Web Based - Assists students’ independent practice in all subjects
Learning A-Z               $1900  Web-Based - Assists students with Vocabulary, Reading, Writing
Scholastic Magazine   $8,000 Current Events, Science News and Literature Reading
Field Trips                   $20,000     Student Field Trip Costs for Transportation
Restoration Service     $26,000     Outside agency that provides mediation amongst students
UNeed2                       $6,000      Programing Elective Class for 8th Graders
Sow A Seed                  $6,000   Girls’ Circle (After School) Positive Self-Image
Boys & Girls Club        $85,000 After School Program (Activities-Sports)
If you have any questions regarding any of these programs or ideas to share, you may communicate them to me or any staff or Site Council member or attend a meeting of School Site Council to express yourself.
Frederick A Medina, principal
El trimestre está llegando a su fin y estamos 14 semanas lejos del final de otro año escolar. El Consejo y personal de la escuela  han estado revisando el plan de la Escuela 2014-15 y decidir qué programas e intervenciones han tenido el mayor impacto en el aprendizaje de los alumnos, la seguridad en las escuelas y la participación de los padres. Si usted tiene cualquier pensamientos o ideas que te gustaría compartir, hablar con un representante del Consejo Escolar, el maestro del estudiante, el personal de la oficina o enviarme un mensaje de correo electrónico directamente. Sus experiencias, opiniones e ideas puede conducir a la  Escuela North a sobresalir como su barrio de escuela. A continuación se presentan algunos de los programas que estamos discutiendo, así como el costo estimado del programa y lo que ofrecer a nuestros estudiantes y familias.
Programas               Costo          Servicios
Brain Pop                $2.000 - para facilitar a los alumnos en todas las materias información
 
Accelerated Reader   $6,000: trazar los estudiantes lectura de libros por medio de pruebas
 
MobyMax               600 dólares basada en la Web - Ayuda a los estudiantes de práctica independiente en todas las materias
 
Learning A-Z         $1900 - Ayuda a los estudiantes con el vocabulario, la lectura, la escritura
 
Scholastic Magazine   $8,000 Revista Eventos actuales, la Ciencia y la Literatura Noticias Lectura
 
Viajes de paseo   $20,000 gastos de viaje para el transporte de los estudiantes
 
Servicio de restauración   $26,000 que ofrece mediación entre los estudiantes
 
UNeed2                 $6.000 Programación Clase electiva para los estudiantes de 8° grado
 
Sow A Seed           $6.000 niñas en el círculo (después de la Escuela) positivo auto-estima
 
Boys & Girls Club 85,000 dólares programa después de la escuela ( Actividades-Deportes )
 
Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre cualquiera de estos programas o ideas para compartir, puede comunicarse conmigo o cualquier miembro del personal o sitio miembro del Consejo o asistir a una reunión de Consejo Escolar para expresarse.
Frederick Medina, principal