Kitayama Teachers with Walmart Manager, Prahba Boyles and ...

This week, Walmart honored Kitayama teachers with a gift for each grade level, the specialists and all of those that touch the lives of our little Kitayama Bears. Says manager Phillip Waldrop "We just wanted to thank all of you for helping to create the future leaders of tomorrow." Thank you, Walmart, for making us feel appreciated and honoring the important work that we do! Read More… »»

Please join us for coffee with the Principal this Wednesday  October 23rd in the cafeteria at 8:15-9:15
Coffee and treats will be provided! Read More… »»

Click here to download the October Newsletter in pdf format. All of the published newsletters are available on the menu at the left.

Kid’s Council Notes

10.8.2013

       School rules

      -Be safe, be respectful and responsible! Read More… »»

Bullying is not safe, respectful, or responsible. If you feel that your child has been a victim of bullying, please let us know. Below are the Kityama and District version of the Bullying Complaint Form in pdf format. If you would like to read more about "Seth's Law", which spotlighted the need for a streamlined process to report bullying, here is an excellent article by the SF Chronicle writers at SFGate.com.

 

Special, special thanks to our wonderful PTA families and leadership for hosting a our first Kitayama Family Movie Night!  It was "a hit!" as Mrs. McKelvey eloquently puts it.  There were over 100 families there- all gathered in the cafeteria with sleeping bags and blankets in tow.

Thank you also to Paco, Mr. Kilbride, Gina, Tracy, and our Logan Colts who helped with set up, clean up, and everything that could possibly help make the night a memorable one. Fabulous crew! Read More… »»

Come join us for some high flying fun with Super Buddies at Kitayama's 1st free movie night!

Bring your blankets to sit on and cuddle up with at 7:00pm on Friday, September 27 in the Multi-Purpose room.

The movie is free, but snacks will be available for purchase.

Have you ever wondered "Where are my donations going?" or "What's the difference between PTA fundraising and the Jog-a-thon?" The two groups of money fund very different things, but both are important for your child's school experience. Check out the two lists below to see where money from the two different pots is spent, and where it comes from. Join the PTA Dollar-A-Day Campaign by downloading this flyer and sending your donation to the office, or your child's classroom. Read More… »»

Don't miss your chance to show your school spirit, now with more options than ever before! Click here to download the flyer, print it out and choose your favorites! Then return it with payment to your child's teacher or to the office by October 4th (Jog-a-thon day.)

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