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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


Dr. Seuss Night - March 2nd!
Please join us on Thursday, March 2nd for Dr. Seuss Night!
We will be doing Dr. Seuss arts and crafts starting @ 6:00 and we will finish off the night with guest readers!
All families are invited to attend!

Dr. Seuss Night / 6:00-7:30 pm / Poet Multipurpose Room

 School Closed - Friday, March 3rd
The school will be closed on Friday for staff training.
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
You will need to come to our office to get a special verification passcode for your child.
Sign up today!








*TUSD Adopts Save Haven Resolution*
2     Dr. Seuss Night / 6:00-7:30 p.m.
6     Family Envelopes go out
7     8th Gr. Promotion Mtg. @ 7:00 p.m.
14   PTSA Mtg. @ 3:20 p.m.
14    Eagle Bucks Day
20    Family Envelopes go out
31    Moms & Muffins / 7:30-8:15 a.m.
31    Progress Reports go home / 4th-8th gr.
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Hello Poet Families!


                  The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”   - Dr. Seuss
         This is one of my favorite quotes from Dr. Seuss because it really encompasses the importance of reading.   Being able to read is the most important skill we teach our children in school.  This cannot be overstated.  Childrens’ success in school rests entirely on how well they are able to read.  Reading is the foundation of instruction:  the first three years students learn to read, during the remaining years they read to learn.  Think about that for a moment.  Everything they learn in school requires the ability to read.
       I spent the early parts of my career in education teaching math in high school and middle school and I always believed that being able to understand and use math was the most important skill we needed in life.  I understand now that being able to read is the single most important skill we must teach our students.  It is the most critical skill to learn and is the gateway for learning in all other subjects.  Math, however, is still a very strong 2nd!
          Dr. Seuss is one of my favorite authors because of the way he structures his stories, uses rhyming, and creates funny drawings to go along with them.   It is impossible not to laugh or smile when reading a Dr. Seuss story.   Try reading Fox in Socks without laughing at the story and your attempts to read it without stumbling.   I strongly encourage you to engage your children in reading no matter their age.  Read to them, read with them, have them read to you.  Talk about the stories, have them predict what will happen next, and have them tell you what is going on.  Just engage them as much as possible in reading.  You would be surprised to find that even middle school students enjoy having a book being read to them and they will enjoy talking to you about the story.  You will find how much you will enjoy reading along with your children.   Who doesn’t love a good story?!
          This week we are doing a Dr. Seuss Spirit Week in his honor and to have some fun at school.  On March 2nd we are hosting a Dr. Seuss night to celebrate his work and the love of reading.  I’ll leave you with a quote from Fox in Socks, “When beetles fight these battles in a bottle with their paddles and the bottle’s on a poodle and the poodle’s eating noodles.…”  Good times!  
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%)