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Ladera Ranch News

2.5.2018

Science Fair

If your student wants to participate in the science fair, he/she can pick up the registration packet from the front office. Registration forms are due by Thursday, February 8th at 2:30 pm. All registration forms must be turned in to your teacher for approval. Do not return them to the office. 

If you are participating please join the Google Classroom for useful links and information to get you started. 

Class code: rxk6f8 

Questions? Contact Laura Warhurst at lwarhurst@gmail.com

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Published: 2/6/18




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LADERA RANCH ELEMENTARY

February 3 2018

 

School News

5th Grade Music

Our music team would like to invite 5th grade instrumental students and parents to our local High School Area Concert performance:

6:00PM Strings Performance (5:30PM call time for students)

7:45PM Band Performance (7:15PM call time for students)

The concert will be held at your child's local high school. Attendance at ONLY ONE concert is requested. Dates for each high school performance is as follows:

San Juan Hills High School: Friday February 9

Capistrano Valley High School: Monday February 12

Kindergarten Orientation

Please spread the word….Ladera Ranch Kindergarten Orientation will be Wednesday, February 7th @ 9:30 in the LRES MPR.

 

Zpizza Night

Join us on Wednesday, February 21st from 2-9 pm at Zpizza on Crown Valley Parkway.  20% of all orders will be donated back to LRES.Z pizza.docx 

 

5th GRADE PARENTS:  SAVE THE DATE

5th Grade Parent Information Night Regarding Middle School

Ladera Ranch Middle School MPR

Monday, February 26, 2018

6:00 p.m.

 

Registration for the Early Childhood Programs: Registration for the  Fee-Based preschool programs has begun.  Representatives from the Early Childhood Programs department will be visiting the school sites where a preschool program is being offered.  A tour of the classroom will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.; and, registration paperwork may be submitted between 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m at the school site.  Upcoming sites and dates are: Tijeras Creek (1/24, MPR), Las Flores (1/25, Conference Room), Esencia (1/25 at the District Office, Room 2), Lobo (1/26, MPR), Malcom (1/29, MPR), Oak Grove (1/31, P 15), Bergeson (2/1 in P 25), Viejo (2/2 in P1), and Las Palmas (2/5 in Multipurpose Room). Registration has already taken place a Bathgate, Castille, Chaparral, and Don Juan and George White Elementary schools. Parents may enroll their child at the District Office if they have missed the registration dates for any of the preschool sites.  For information, parents should call 949-234-5341.

 

PTA News

Sign Up To Audition For the TALENT SHOW!

Do your kids love to perform?  Could they be the next Taylor Swift or Misty Copeland?  If so, it's time to start practicing their act.  Auditions for the LRES 4th annual talent show will take place on Tuesday, February 6th and Wednesday February 7th.  


We're looking for singers, dancers, and musicians as well as other novelty acts to star in this year's show.  Perform with the Pride will take place on Friday, February 23rd at 6:00 pm in the MPR.  For further information about the show and to sign up for tryouts, please visit www.performwiththepride.shutterfly.com.  Please contact Julie Kilkenny at julieakilkenny@gmail.com or Kim Diaz at kim.v.diaz@gmail.com with any questions.

Spiritwear Sale 

New spiritwear shirts are available for boys and girls! We will be selling spiritwear on Wednesday, February 7th before the morning announcements on the blacktop, and during the Kindergarten Round Up in the MPR. There are a limited number of shirts, so buy your shirts before they run out! All shirts are $15 each. 

YMCA News

Valentine's Day 2018 - Campaign Movie Night.pdf 

Need childcare for Valentine's Day evening? The Y is having a movie night! Your child doesn't need to be enrolled with us to come! See below for details.

Wednesday, February 14th, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
$20/child (does not need to attend the YMCA but needs to be potty-trained)
Pizza, refreshments, and drinks will be provided. Kids are encouraged to bring their PJs, blankets, and a stuffed animal. Movie TBA.

Sign up in Y1 or on the Google Doc below:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uf1pXSz_YwZSWV6PFFU-b_rEBDxFceygw-TtV8zgCB4/edit?usp=sharing

 

Community News

Friday, February 9th

Calling all Ladera Ranch Lions to wear red, white, and blue in support of a local Olympian.

 

If you haven't already heard, Ladera Ranch's own Jonathon Blum will be representing Team USA next month at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea as a member of the Ice Hockey Team. Wow! What an incredible, once in a life time opportunity for him and a uniquely special opportunity for our community to come together to cheer him on in a big, big way.

 

 

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Published: 2/4/18




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LADERA RANCH ELEMENTARY

January 26, 2018

 

School News

5th Grade Music

Our music team would like to invite 5th grade instrumental students and parents to our local High School Area Concert performance:

6:00PM Strings Performance (5:30PM call time for students)

7:45PM Band Performance (7:15PM call time for students)

The concert will be held at your child's local high school. Attendance at ONLY ONE concert is requested. Dates for each high school performance is as follows:

Tesoro High School: Tuesday January 30

San Juan Hills High School: Friday February 9

Capistrano Valley High School: Monday February 12

Reading Counts Wednesdays

Don't forget to wear your.  Reading Counts Lanyards on Wednesdays to receive a pride ticket from their teacher.

FUTURE SJHHS STALLION BASKETBALL NIGHTS

San Juan Hills High School would like to invite all of our Future Stallions (Kindergarten - 8th grade) to attend the upcoming basketball games and the “Future Stallions Basketball Shootout Competition.”

 

Boys Game  - Friday, February 2nd at 7:00 PM in the SJHHS gym

 

According to CIF bylaws we can only offer a free t-shirt to students in elementary school so the first 100 kids will receive a free t-shirt at each game. However, middle school students can purchase a shirt for $5. Your children do not need to sign-up to attend either game.  They will gain free admission if they say what school they are from. They are also welcome to attend both games. We look forward to this winter event and hope to build off the excitement generated at the football toss this past fall. As a reminder, all kids will get in for free but parents/family will need to pay to get into the game. Adult admission to the game is $8.

 

Kindergarten Orientation

Please spread the word….Ladera Ranch Kindergarten Orientation will be Wednesday, February 7th @ 9:30 in the LRES MPR.

CUSD After-School and Early-Morning Experience

ü  7-8 Week Programs

ü  Classes run one day a week

ü  Classes taught by CUSD Teachers and professional experts

Session 3:

January 29th – March 29th

Our vendors will demo at your child’s school starting the week of January 16th at lunch!

Don’t forget to ask them about their lunch time activities!

Register Now At:

http://www.saddleback.edu/ce

or

Call our office at (949)582-4646

v  REMEMBER: Registration closes at midnight prior to the first class!

Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30AM – 4:00PM

Don’t forget to check out our brochure! Your child will be getting that from school.

PTA News

Primary Music - Matching Funds Available!

We hope everyone enjoyed their child's Primary Music demonstration on Friday! As you know, Primary Music (K-3) is 100% parent-funded.  Believe it or not, we are already beginning to raise funds for the 2018-2019 school year.  We have exciting news to share - any donation made to LRES Primary Music in the next two weeks will be matched (up to $500).  If you've been thinking about donating, now is a great time.  Please visit our website at www.lrespta.com/programs/music to donate online or download a donation form.  * Note - not all kids had their music demonstrations this month.  The remainder of the classes will be held in May.  

Sign Up To Audition Now!

Do your kids love to perform?  Could they be the next Taylor Swift or Misty Copeland?  If so, it's time to start practicing their act.  Auditions for the LRES 4th annual talent show will take place on Tuesday, February 6th and Wednesday February 7th.  

We're looking for singers, dancers, and musicians as well as other novelty acts to star in this year's show.  Perform with the Pride will take place on Friday, February 23rd at 6:00 pm
 in the MPR.  For further information about the show please visit www.performwiththepride.shutterfly.com.  Please contact Julie Kilkenny at julieakilkenny@gmail.com or Kim Diaz at kim.v.diaz@gmail.com with any questions.

Science Fair

Thank you to all who came to our Science Fair informational meeting. If you missed it, and your student wants to participate he/she can pick up the registration packet from the front office. Registration forms are due before Thursday, February 8th at 2:30pm. All registration forms must be turned in to your teacher for approval. Do not return to the office. 

If you are participating please join our Google Classroom for useful links and information to get you started. 

Class code: rxk6f8

  • Don’t know how to join? Go to https://classroom.google.com and sign in using your students CUSD login and password. Logins are students graduation year, last name, first initial, middle initial, @capousd.org. Password is their 7 digit student ID number followed by the letter a.
  • Example: Sally Ann Smith, Grad Year 2029
  • Once logged in click the “+” sign then enter class code to join.

 

Questions? Contact Laura Warhurst at lwarhurst@gmail.com

SAVE THE DATE

Our 2nd Annual Art Auction is coming!

Friday, March 23rd at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club

Join us as we “oooohhhhh, aaaaahhhh and bid on” fabulous works of art made by our very own LRES students! There will also be a curated assortment of live & silent auction items, you won’t want to miss! Can you say... Hamilton tickets?!?

It’s sure to be a night to remember! Keep an eye out for the Art Auction invitation and opportunity to purchase tickets in the next few weeks.

Food will be served, drinks will be available for purchase.

Join in the fun and volunteer to be an Art Volunteer! Several classes are still looking for a volunteer to facilitate the class art project that will be auctioned off.

Please reach out to your child’s teacher if you’d like to participate.

Questions??

Please email Kori @ kkintsch@gmail.com

YEARBOOKS & LOVE-LINES!

Purchase your yearbooks & love-lines online!
Our yearbook store will close on March 28th. Although, there’s plenty of time to purchase... Buy now, so your child doesn’t miss out!

To purchase go to:

www.PictavoCommunity.com
use School ID #72539

Have pics to contribute for the yearbook?? You can upload on 
www.PictavoCommunity.com too!

Uploading more than 25 pics??
Please email Kori at 
kkintsch@gmail.com to set up a “school photographer” account.

 

Community News

Friday, February 9th

Calling all Ladera Ranch Lions to wear red, white, and blue in support of a local Olympian.

 

If you haven't already heard, Ladera Ranch's own Jonathon Blum will be representing Team USA next month at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea as a member of the Ice Hockey Team. Wow! What an incredible, once in a life time opportunity for him and a uniquely special opportunity for our community to come together to cheer him on in a big, big way.

 

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LADERA RANCH ELEMENTARY

January 16, 2018

 

School News

 

PTA News

PTA Association Meeting - Wednesday, January 17th at 9:15 am in P3.  Please join us!! (Please note - there has been a location change - the meeting will be held in P3 (not the MPR).  We will be voting on our 2018 nominating committee.  If you are interested in being on the LRES executive board or would like to chair a committee for the 2018-2019 school year, this is the meeting you should attend!  We will also be discussing our budget and details about our upcoming Art Auction.  Stop by after flag salute - coffee and light refreshments will be served.  Children are welcome to attend. Please contact Sarah Parsons lresptaprez@gmail.com

 

 

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Published: 1/16/18




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LADERA RANCH ELEMENTARY

December 16, 2017

 

School News

Winter Break:  December 22 – January 5.  Students return to school January 8. 

5th Grade Parents

5th Grade Winter Concert:  Thursday, December 21 @ 8:10 am in the MPR.  There is very limited parking.  Please walk or carpool if possible for the concert.  Please do not park in a numbered parking space.  They are reserved for staff members. 

 

After-School & Early Morning Experience

 

REMINDER:  Programs are a go from Dec 18 – Dec 20!

NO CLASSES DEC 21 or 22

Programs will resume the week of January 8th.

 

If you have any questions about the schedule, please call our office at (949)582-4646 before the break!

The Community Education Office will be closed Dec 21 – Jan 1.

Lost and Found

Parents and students, please be sure to check the lost and found for items that could belong to you.  All items will be donated December 21st

Smens/Smencil Sale

Our next sale will be on Wednesday, January 10th & January 24th  @ 8:45 on the blacktop. $1.00 for smencils and $2.00 for smens. 

 

 

PTA News

REFLECTIONS ARTWORK

If you did not collect your Reflections art piece from our Gallery Night, please come to pick it up in the Front Office by Wednesday, Dec 20. There are still a few pieces waiting to go to their homes!

SAVE THE DATEPerform with the Pride Talent Show| Friday, February, 23rd | For more info visit http://performwiththepride.shutterfly.com

 

LRES YMCA News

 

Holiday Care Sign Ups!

What are you planning to do while your children are out for Holiday Break? LRES YMCA offers quality, licensed childcare to all LRES students.

 

We are currently accepting registrations for

Weekly Drop-In Care for Winter Break

We open at 6:45 am and close at 6:00 pm

 

Our qualified staff will provide your child with a fun, safe and supportive environment during the holiday break – right on your school campus!!

  

Activities include:

• Cool Cooking

• Chillin' Arts and Crafts

• Reindeer Games Teambuilding

 

Theme days will include:

 Pajama Day, Silly Sweaters, Crazy Hair/Hats,

 

Winter Break we are open December 26, 2017 – January 5, 2018

Week #1 December 26th – 29th       for $150 for 3 full days of care, $200 for 4 full days of care

Week #2 January 2nd – 5th              for $150 for 3 full days of care, $200 for 4 full days of care

LRES YMCA will be CLOSED December 25th and January 1st for the Holiday.

Please keep in mind that we need a completed registration packet returned to the YMCA no later than December 21, 2017.

Please contact Child Care Director to RSVP, as spaces are limited.

Call 949-364-3089 or email

 

Director: Mari Alvarado at malvarado@ymcaoc.org

Assistant Director: Kylie Toy at ktoy@ymcaoc.org

YMCA.Holiday Mashup 2017.pdf 

District News

Substitute Instructional Assistants and Independence Facilitators

CUSD is currently looking for Substitute Instructional Assistants and Independence Facilitators in our Student Support Services department.  Shifts vary from 3.5-8 hours per day.  As a substitute Instructional Assistant/Independence Facilitator you would have the opportunity to choose the schools and shift hours in which you would like to work.  If interested, apply at https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/956314.

 

Attendance Matters

The attendance rate is important because students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. It's difficult for the teacher and the class to build their skills and progress if a large number of students are frequently absent.

It helps us build opinions and have points of view on things in life. People debate over the subject of whether education is the only thing that gives knowledge. Some say education is the process of gaining information about the surrounding world while knowledge is something very different. They are right.

School budgets may suffer when students don’t attend. In many states, school budgets are based on the average daily attendance at a school. If many students enrolled at a school fail to consistently attend, the school has less money to pay for essential classroom needs.

The attendance rate is important because students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. It’s difficult for the teacher and the class to build their skills and progress if a large number of students are frequently absent. In addition to falling behind in academics, students who are not in school on a regular basis are more likely to get into trouble with the law and cause problems in their communities.

A 2008 study conducted by the Rodel Community Scholars at Arizona State University that tracked students from kindergarten through high school found that dropout patterns were linked with poor attendance, beginning in kindergarten. Gregory Hickman, director of the Rodel Community Scholars program and former director of the Arizona Dropout Initiative, notes they discovered that as early as kindergarten, behavioral differences are apparent between those who go on to graduate and those who drop out, with dropouts missing an average of 124 days by eighth grade.

 

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Published: 12/18/17




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LADERA RANCH ELEMENTARY

December 8, 2017

 

School News

Winter Break:  December 22 – January 5.  Students return to school January 8. 

Holiday Grams

Bring some holiday cheer to a friend, classmate, or teacher!  Student Council will be selling Holiday Grams December 11-15.  They will be 2 for $1.00.

  • M, T, Th, F: 7:45 am – 8:00 am
  • Wednesday: 8:45 am – 9:00 am

 

Lost and Found

Parents and students, please be sure to check the lost and found for items that could belong to you.  All items will be donated December 21st

Smens/Smencil Sale

Our next sale will be on Wednesday, December 13th @ 8:45 on the blacktop. $1.00 for smencils and $2.00 for smens. 

 

5th Grade Parents

5th Grade Winter Concert:  Thursday, December 21 @ 8:10 am in the MPR.

 

PTA News

 

Thank you to all who joined us for our LRES Reflections Gallery Night and Artist's Winter Family Fun Night! We'd like to give one last "Congratulations" to all of our absolutely amazing artists for their participation in the Reflections Program.  The creativity and individuality in the student works were inspiring. 

 

ALL ENTRIES MAY BE PICKED UP ~ If you did not get to take your entry home from our gallery event, please be sure to come to the front office to pick up your artwork by MONDAY Dec 11th.

Donuts with Dad!!

Wednesday, December 13th

8-9am at the Lunch Tables

Please contact Maria Phillips at Conchik77@gmail.com or Kim Diaz at kim.v.diaz@gmail.com for questions or to volunteer

BOOK FAIR IS COMING!

Shop for fabulous books, holiday gifts, or treat your teacher to a book from their wish list!

The fun starts December 11th in the Main Entrance Lobby.

Monday, December 11th - Wednesday, December 13th

8:00am - 3:00pm daily

To join in the fun and volunteer please visit:

https://volunteer.scholastic.com/#/signup/XoDrZVCoI

 

LRES YMCA News

 

Holiday Care Sign Ups!

What are you planning to do while your children are out for Holiday Break? LRES YMCA offers quality, licensed childcare to all LRES students.

 

We are currently accepting registrations for

Weekly Drop-In Care for Winter Break

We open at 6:45 am and close at 6:00 pm

 

Our qualified staff will provide your child with a fun, safe and supportive environment during the holiday break – right on your school campus!!

  

Activities include:

• Cool Cooking

• Chillin' Arts and Crafts

• Reindeer Games Teambuilding

 

Theme days will include:

 Pajama Day, Silly Sweaters, Crazy Hair/Hats

YMCA.Holiday Mashup 2017.pdf 

 

Winter Break we are open December 26, 2017 – January 5, 2018

Week #1 December 26th – 29th       for $150 for 3 full days of care, $200 for 4 full days of care

Week #2 January 2nd – 5th              for $150 for 3 full days of care, $200 for 4 full days of care

LRES YMCA will be CLOSED December 25th and January 1st for the Holiday.

Please keep in mind that we need a completed registration packet returned to the YMCA no later than December 21, 2017.

Please contact Child Care Director to RSVP, as spaces are limited.

Call 949-364-3089 or email

 

Director: Mari Alvarado at malvarado@ymcaoc.org

Assistant Director: Kylie Toy at ktoy@ymcaoc.org

District News

Substitute Instructional Assistants and Independence Facilitators

CUSD is currently looking for Substitute Instructional Assistants and Independence Facilitators in our Student Support Services department.  Shifts vary from 3.5-8 hours per day.  As a substitute Instructional Assistant/Independence Facilitator you would have the opportunity to choose the schools and shift hours in which you would like to work.  If interested, apply at https://www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/956314.

 

Attendance Matters

The attendance rate is important because students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. It's difficult for the teacher and the class to build their skills and progress if a large number of students are frequently absent.

It helps us build opinions and have points of view on things in life. People debate over the subject of whether education is the only thing that gives knowledge. Some say education is the process of gaining information about the surrounding world while knowledge is something very different. They are right.

School budgets may suffer when students don’t attend. In many states, school budgets are based on the average daily attendance at a school. If many students enrolled at a school fail to consistently attend, the school has less money to pay for essential classroom needs.

The attendance rate is important because students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. It’s difficult for the teacher and the class to build their skills and progress if a large number of students are frequently absent. In addition to falling behind in academics, students who are not in school on a regular basis are more likely to get into trouble with the law and cause problems in their communities.

A 2008 study conducted by the Rodel Community Scholars at Arizona State University that tracked students from kindergarten through high school found that dropout patterns were linked with poor attendance, beginning in kindergarten. Gregory Hickman, director of the Rodel Community Scholars program and former director of the Arizona Dropout Initiative, notes they discovered that as early as kindergarten, behavioral differences are apparent between those who go on to graduate and those who drop out, with dropouts missing an average of 124 days by eighth grade.

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LADERA RANCH ELEMENTARY

December 4, 2017

 

School News

REMINDER

FAMILY ART NIGHT

Our Family Fun Night - ART NIGHT - will be held Tuesday, December 5th from 5:00 - 7:00 pm in the MPR.  There will be arts and crafts for all ages to enjoy!  We will also be showcasing Reflections artwork designed by our LRES students. Stop in for ten minutes or stay a while to enjoy refreshments and some festive fun with family and friends. 

 

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Happy Thanksgiving Break!

NO SCHOOL:  Monday, November 20 – Friday, November 24

Enjoy this time with your family and we will see you back at school on Monday, November 27.

 

SAVE THE DATES!

FAMILY ART NIGHT

Our annual Family Fun Art Night will be held Tuesday, December 5th  from 5:00 - 7:00 pm in the MPR. This evening will feature festive arts and crafts for your family to enjoy. We will also be celebrating our LRES students who participated in the Reflections program by showcasing their creative submissions. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

DONUTS WITH DAD - Wednesday, Dec 13th

For questions or to volunteer, please email Maria Phillips at Conchik77@gmail.com or Kim Diaz at kim.v.diaz@gmail.com 

 

Yearbook Photos / Yearbook LoveLines / Buy a Yearbook

Do you have some awesome photos of your kiddos school year so far?  Maybe you have some pictures from our fabulous Fun Run, Monster Mash, Red Ribbon Week, Science Camp send-offs or cute pics from the classroom that you'd like to submit for consideration in this year's Yearbook... We are gearing up to compile the Yearbook but need pictures to make it amazing.  The more we have to choose from the better it can be.  To submit pictures for consideration please go to:

www.PictavoCommunity.com

School ID #72539

You will need to create an account if you do not already have one.  Please ensure you use our school ID so pictures are submitted properly.

To load more than 25 pics please email them to Kori at:  kkintsch@gmail.com 

You can also use the above link and School ID to purchase a yearbook AND buy/create your LoveLines.  

The yearbook is $35 (only being printed in HardCover this year).

LoveLines are:   $20 (for the smaller TK-4th LoveLine)

                           $30 (for 5th Grade LoveLine)

 

CUSD After-School and Early-Morning Experience

Session 2: November 13th – January 25th 

REMEMBER!  The week of November 20th there are no programs due to the holiday break.

Our Saddleback Community Education office will be open November 20th, 21st, and 22nd if you would like to contact us.

Register for Session 2 is still available but you must call our office!

Community Education Office: (949)582-4646

Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Please visit our website to view what is running at your school:

http://www.saddleback.edu/ce

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