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North Elementary School 
Home of the Lions!
 Lion mascot
We choose to have a great day!
 North School Picture
 
2875 Holly Drive, Tracy, CA 95376
 
209.830.3350 - Main Office
209.830.3351 - Fax
Office Hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Please call for an appointment, if requesting a conference after 4:00 p.m.
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  Our school is participating in the SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program. This portal is designed to provide parents
with information about our suicide prevention efforts and helpful tools for supporting your child’s mental health.
Here is the log in information:
Username: North-elem-par
Password: Northparents
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 2017-2018 Supply List 
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7th Grade

8th Grade

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Attention 7th Graders
Any 7th grader, who does not provide proof of TDAP immunization before the first day of school, may not attend school on Monday, August 7.  Check office hours before the start of school to submit your TDAP vaccination.
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Aeries.Net Grades
4th - 8th graders 
You don't have to wait for progress reports and report cards to know how your child is doing. 
You may view your child's grades online at anytime by signing up on the TUSD Parent Portal. 
Go to the district's website at www.tracy.k12.ca.us
You will need to call our office to get a special verification passcode for your child.
Sign up today!
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Student Lunch Drop-off 
If you are dropping off lunch for a student, we ask that all lunches are in the office by 10:30 a.m. regardless of the grade level and please let your child know ahead of time that you will be bringing a lunch for them.  We have a pen/post-it for you to mark your child’s lunch but we highly recommend that you write your child’s name directly on your child’s lunch bag. We tell all students to pick up their lunch in the cafeteria. We do not call the classrooms to let them know there is a lunch in the office.
 
Almuerzo para estudiantes
Si está dejando el almuerzo para un estudiante, le pedimos que todos los almuerzos estén en la oficina antes de las 10:30 am sin importar el nivel de grado y por favor deje que su hijo sepa de antemano que va a traer un almuerzo para ellos. Tenemos una pluma / post-it para que usted pueda marcar el almuerzo de su hijo, pero le recomendamos que escriba el nombre de su hijo directamente en la bolsa de almuerzo de su hijo. Les decimos a todos los estudiantes que recojan su almuerzo en la cafetería. No llamamos a las aulas para hacerles saber que hay un almuerzo en la oficina.
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closedcampus
All visitors must sign in at the office and wear a visitor's sticker. We are a closed campus for the safety of all our students. 
Thank you for understanding.
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2nd Cup of Coffee 
Coffee cup
Please join us at our 2nd Cup Coffee every second Tuesday of every month, 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. This is a great opportunity to share information about our school, share tips on how to support your student at home, and parenting tips.
  
 
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 CURRENT EVENTS

 
           
MARCH
30           No School, Spring Break begins
 
APRIL
2-6       Spring Break
11        8th grade parent meeting at 5 p.m.
12        Booster seat distribution at 2 p.m.
13        Progress Reports sent home with students
17        Parent Cafe 8:30 a.m. backstage MPR
24        Parent Cafe 8:30 a.m. backstage MPR
 
MAY
1          Parent Cafe 8:30 a.m. backstage MPR
15        Parent Cafe 8:30 a.m. backstage MPR
16        Spring Band Concert preschool - 4th gr. at 9 a.m., 5th -    8th gr. at 1:30 p.m.    
22         Parent Cafe 8:30 a.m. backstage MPR
23         Great America Trip - 8th grade
24         8th grade Luncheon at 11:00 a.m., 8th gr. Promotion 4 p.m.
25         Last Day of School, Minimum Day 12:30 p.m. dismissal
 
 
 
Every Monday is Early Release Monday at 1:30 p.m.
 Immunization Information:English Español 
 

 MEET THE PRINCIPAL

 
Welcome to the North School website! I am Mayte Ramirez, the principal at North School.  It is my belief that all children deserve a quality education, and they should have access to all learning opportunities. At North School we have high expectations in the classroom and around the campus. We are a community of learners that promote academic excellence. We provide important opportunities for the academic and social development of our students.
 
Students come into an elementary school at an age when they are curious, inquisitive, and have a natural ability to learn.  Our role as educators is to nurture those traits, facilitate the development of critical thinking skills, foster creativity, and embrace resiliency. The use of technology will play a vital role in developing these skills in our students. Through the use of technology students will make meaning, develop their critical thinking, and express their creativity in ways that will continue throughout their lives. 
 
Attendance is a strong indicator on whether a student will be successful in school. Students who miss school miss out on opportunities to learn academics, build lasting friendships, and develop the appropriate social skills. There is a very strong correlation between student attendance and student performance. Research clearly shows that students who attend school every day have a high percentage in passing state tests in reading and math. Please make sure our students come to school every day, and that they are on are time. 
 
We have a wonderful school community. Our caring staff members work hard to help all students learn, and staff want nothing more than what is best for students. Our students are eager to learn and we strive to help them follow our Character Counts education framework that has been adopted district wide. This framework is based on the six pillars of character which are trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, caring, fairness, and citizenship. Many parents and other community members contribute to our school. Our partnership with the families of our students as well as other community members and organizations is a key part of our success. Students benefit as parents and guardians are involved in their formal education. We should have consistent communication between home and school for families to learn about what is happening at school and provide feedback to help us improve.
 
I sincerely care about all children and their families, which motivates me to try my best to provide a quality experience for each student every day. Ensuring a safe, positive learning environment is my top priority. Please feel free to contact me with questions, comments, or concerns. I am here to help. Thank you for supporting our school.
 
Mayte Ramirez, Principal