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2875 Holly Dr., Tracy, CA 95376
209.830.3350 - Main Office
Hours 7:30-4:00
Call for an appointment if requesting a conference after 4:00
School Site Council Information-Parents Needed
* Parents!  If you are interested in joining School Site Council please turn in to the signed portion of the paper below:
Información sobre El Consejo Escolar (SSC) – Se necesitan Padres
*¡Padres! Si usted está interesado/a en ser parte del Consejo Escolar, por favor llene la forma adjunto y entréguela a la escuela.
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Spelling Bee Contest!!!
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Thank you so much to the parents that organized this wonderful feast for our North School Staff!!!
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Our Book Fair was a huge success for our school, best fall book fair we ever had, over $4300 in gross in sales.
 Thank you to Mrs. Riddle, Mrs. Brown, staff and volunteer parents for all of your help!

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We need your support making sure students wear their lanyard to school, please remind before they leave home.
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(8th graders only!)
Why should you take the PSAT 8?
· to establish a baseline measurement for college and career readiness
·    an opportunity to preview the PSAT/NMSQT and SAT
Test Information
     When:  Monday, February 27, 2017
     Time:    8:30 am—11:00am
     Where: North School
     Cost:    FREE
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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
You will need to call our office to get a special verification passcode for your child.
Sign up today!


Friendly reminder:
School begins promptly at 8:15. To avoid being tardy, please drop students off between 7:45 and 8:05. Students should not be dropped off before 7:45 as there is no supervision.
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.
Closed Campus
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.
ESL Parent Classes
ESL Parent classes are on Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Come and join us!
2nd Cup of Coffee
Please join us at our 2nd Cup Coffee every second Tuesday of every month, 8:30-9:30 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.
Character Pillars: 
Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship
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 Tuesday, August 11.  Check office hours before the start of school to submit your TDAP vaccination.


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December 7th Winter Family Craft Night
December 8th School Site Council @ 3p.m. Rm K-2
December 8th – 14th Progress Report Window Open
December 13th – 2nd Cup of Coffee Meeting @ 8:30 a.m.
December 14th - Concert in the morning @ 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
December 16th - Staff Potluck
December 19th – January 2nd Winter Break
January 10th - 2nd Cup of Coffee Meeting @ 8:30 a.m.
February 1st – Festival of Cultures @Kimball HS
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Dear parents,

Consider the following activities.I have some suggestions that you can try with your student. 
Learning with leaves
Fall leaves aren’t just fun and colorful—they’re ideal for practicing all sorts of skills. Help your youngster collect leaves from the ground, and enjoy these activities together.
Leaf prints. Have your child dip each leaf into finger paint and firmly press it onto a sheet of white paper. He’ll see the imprints of the veins - ask what he thinks the veins are for. (They deliver water to the leaves.)
Graph of leaves. Encourage your youngster to sort his leaves into columns, lining them up evenly across each row. If he sorted by color, you could ask, “How many more red leaves are there than yellow leaves?” or “Which color did you gather the most of?”
The story of my leaf. Suggest that your child pick his favorite leaf and write a story starring it as the main character. Perhaps he will write about the leaf changing color or being carried to the ocean by the wind.
Estimados padres,
El otoño está aquí y me gustaría sugerirles algunas actividades que puede hacer con su estudiante.
Aprender con hojas
Las hojas del otoño no son sólo divertidas y vistosas: son además ideales para practicar todo tipo de habilidades. Dígale a su hijo que recoja hojas del suelo y disfruten juntos con estas actividades.
Estampados de hojas. Dígale a su hijo que moje cada hoja en pintura para dedos y oprímanlas firmemente sobre un folio de papel blanco. Verá las impresiones de las venas: pregúntele para qué cree que sirven las venas. (Para llevar agua a las hojas.)
Gráficas de hojas. Anime a su hijo a ordenar sus hojas en columnas, alineándolas por igual encada fila. Si las ordenó por color, podría preguntarle: “¿Cuántas más hojas rojas hay que amarillas?” o “¿De qué color recogiste más?”
La historia de mi hoja. Sugiérale a su hijo que elija su hoja favorita y que escriba un cuento con la hoja como protagonista. Quizá pueda escribir sobre la hoja que cambia de color o a la que lleva el viento hasta el mar.
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