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Gladys Poet-Christian School

Home of the Eagles
"Learn, Grow, Succeed!"

1701 S. Central Ave., Tracy, CA 95376

209.830.3325 - Main Office


 Mission Statement


Poet-Christian’s mission is to guide and inspire our students to be a generation of independent thinkers who are responsible and prepared for the future.



 Coming Events


Announcements and Events

Family Movie Night - Dec. 9th
  Family Movie Night is coming up on Friday, Dec. 9th.  We will be showing  “Finding Dory” on our big screen in the gym.   It is rated PG and runs 97 minutes.   The movie will begin at 7:00 p.m. in our gym.  We won’t be setting up any chairs, so you will need to bring a blanket, pillows, or a sleeping bag to relax on during the show.  Everyone is invited to come, but all students must be accompanied by an adult.  Parents are encouraged to bring comfortable chairs to sit in - there is plenty of space in the back for chairs.   The movie is absolutely free and we will be selling snacks and drinks - all proceeds to benefit our DC/Philadelphia Travelers.  Come out and join us for a fantastic adventure!
Winter Break
The school will be closed from Dec. 19th -  Jan. 2nd for Winter Break. 
We will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 3rd.  We hope you have a wonderful winter break! 
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4th - 8th graders 
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6     Eagle Bucks Day
7     Site Council @ 3:30 p.m.
9     Family Movie Night @ 7:00 p.m.
13   Eagle Bucks Day
15   Middle School Dance / 3:30-5:30
16   Holiday Sweater Spirit Day
1     Happy New Year!
3    First Day back after Winter Break - Regular School Day
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Hello Poet Families!


“The most important things in life aren’t things.”
 - Unknown
         I try to reflect on the above quote as much as possible and especially around the holidays.  This quote means a lot to me and reminds me that family and friends are far more important than material possessions.  I know that it is really hard to compete with the sheer joy that gifts bring children during the holiday season.  The thrill of opening a present and finding that special thing that a child has been talking about for the past several weeks or months can be hard to top.  I would argue, however, that children enjoy time with family and friends just as much as the toy that came from under the tree. 
       Both of my girls are getting a bit older (13 and 17), so the thrill of opening presents isn’t as high as it was when they were younger.  Don’t get me wrong, they never tire of opening gifts!  I have found, though, that they really enjoy the holidays because of the family gatherings.   It’s the memories they have with their cousins, uncles, and aunts that they crave the most.  The talk from both of them this past few weeks has been all about when we are getting together with family and not about what they want from Santa.   The kids (and adults!) always have a great time and it’s fun to see all of our kids together enjoying laughs and making memories.  Sure, they’ll enjoy the presents, but they will forever remember the time with family and friends.
       I hope all of you get to take a break from the madness and get the chance to enjoy time with your families.I hope all of you get to take a break from the madness and get the chance to enjoy time with your families.  Children grow up very quickly so enjoy the time that you have with them now.  They will look back and be thankful for the memories that they have with you far more than the “things” they get to unwrap during the holidays.  Happy Holidays!
Mr. Maslyar



Attendance for 2015-16

11th Reporting Period
May 16th - May 27th
Good Days
May 23rd  - 9 abs. (98.5%)
May 26th - 10 abs. (98.3%)
Not-So-Good Days
May 20th - 29 abs. (95.0%)
May 16th– 36 abs. (93.8%)
Month 11 Ave:  96.87%
2015-16 School Year:  96.52%
(2014-15:  96.10%)