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KITAYAMA CALENDAR
2018 - 2019
Calendar of Events 2018-19.xlsx
08/29/18 First Day of School
09/03/18 Labor Day - No School
09/05/18 Back to School Night 5:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
09/11/18 Modified Day 8:00 a.m. - 12:05 p.m. Grades 1st-5th
09/19/18 School Site Council (SSC) 5:30 p.m. Media Center
09/19/18 PTA Meeting 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Media Center
TBD Night Out
10/01/18 Kindergarten Staggered & TK Full Day Begins.
10/10/18 Walk or Bike to School Day
10/10/18 Picture Day - Pre paid
10/12/18 Jog-A-Thon & Bring Your Family to Lunch
10/15-10/19/2018 Book Fair Read More… »»

TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN
FOR CLASSROOM USE
ALL STUDENTS:
1 white 3 ring binder 1” with clear view
1 box of sheet protectors
1 box of 24 Crayola crayons, classic colors
1 dozen Ticonderoga pencils
1 box of Kleenex
1 container of Clorox wipes
1 tub of baby wipes
2 reams of paper; one white, one color cardstock
1 box of sandwich sized Ziplock bags
Boys bring:
1 box of quart sized Ziploc bags
1 box of 10 Crayola fine tip markers, classic colors
1 package of BLACK EXPO thin (fine) tip dry erase markers
1 package black fine tip Sharpie permanent markers Read More… »»

The Book Fair is during your students Library time only.

8:15 1,4,K. and TK
8:55 5,2,3

May 23, 2018 - Bear Olympics 2018 on grass.

Currently the NHTA Teachers Association and District are engaged
in Mediation in an attempt to settle the current negotiations for
2017-18. The parties have agreed to meet again on April 9th in
hopes a settlement can be reached. To be supportive of this
process, our Administration and Teachers have agreed to
postpone our Open House that was scheduled for
next Wednesday, March 21 until later in the Spring.
The new Open House date is May 23.

With the Scholar Dollars Grant, Kitayama Elementary, a Title 1 school serving 805 diverse students in Alameda County, can expand its student MakerSpace learning lab to help redesign it as a MakerSpace/ STEAM Learning Lab. The lab will include robots for coding applications and makerspace equipment, which might include drills, saws and more. Read More… »»

With the Scholar Dollars Grant, Kitayama Elementary, a Title 1 school serving 805 diverse students in Alameda County, can expand its student MakerSpace learning lab to help redesign it as a MakerSpace/ STEAM Learning Lab. The lab will include robots for coding applications and makerspace equipment, which might include drills, saws and more. Read More… »»

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