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Alamos Elementary was recently named as one of the 25 California schools to be recognized as a National Model of a Professional Learning Community at WorkTM. Alamos has been implementing the PLC at Work process for 4 years. The staff is commitment to the on-going, job-embedded
Monday, March 9th
All registration is done online
**If you cannot make one of the March 9th times, you can still go online and fill out, print, and bring the required documents to the
open enrollment for 15/16
2015/2016 Open Enrollment Window Now Open
In accordance with Board Policy 5116.1, the Temecula Valley Unified School District is now accepting online Intradistrict Open Enrollment Transfer Requests for the 2015/2016 school year. Open Enrollment Intradistrict Requests will be accepted until .
During this Open Enrollment window, parents/guardians who live within the District’s attendance boundaries are able to request to have their child attend a school other than their home school. All Intradistrict Transfer Requests received during the Open Enrollment period receive equal consideration, regardless of date received.
If your child is currently enrolled at one of our schools, you will be required to enter your child’s 9 or 10 digit student identification number, in order to complete the transfer request. Please have it on hand; if needed, please contact your child’s school to obtain this information.
Already on a Transfer? Existing and Grandfathered Intradistrict Transfers
If your child is already on an approved Intradistrict Transfer, it is NOT necessary to submit a new transfer request, unless you have moved or the child will be matriculating to a new school level as a 6th or 9th grader.
Students who were Grandfathered during the 2013/14 Boundary-related Special Open Enrollment window do NOT need to submit a new transfer request as long as they continue to meet the conditions outlined on their original Grandfathered transfer.
For any other questions regarding the transfer process, please call (951) 294-6212 or (951) 506-7984.
I am sure everyone is finally back in the swing of things after our two week winter vacation. We certainly see the students learning a lot everyday in their classrooms.
This is just a reminder that first semester report cards are being sent home with your students. Please make sure to ask your son/daughter for it, if s/he forgets. Although student grades are posted on-line through infinite campus throughout the semester; the report card serves as overall summary of your child's achievements first semester. Effort and life skills are also part of the report card. Included in your child's envelope is a letter that explains how to interpret the new report card. Please take time to look over and then discuss your child's report card with him/her. We do need the report envelopes returned with your signature, so we can be assured that this communication has taken place. If you have questions or concerns regarding any aspect of the report card, please contact your child's teacher through voicemail or email.
PTO is getting ready to kick off our annual Jog-a-thon fundraiser. Look for informational packets to come home soon. There are many opportunities for your child to earn fun prizes individually and as a class. You will probably hear your son/daughter talking all about them at home too. We encourage everyone to participate in this exciting event! The run will take place on Thursday, January 29. Please make sure to read the PTO flyer for specific times and rules. You may contact them directly if you have other specific questions. Thank you, in advance, for your support!
Remember to refer to your student handbook/calendar or the teacher email blasts for upcoming activities and events happening here at Alamos.
Chrissy Lansing Erica Kreske
Principal Asst. Principal
Ca. Distinguished School
Another great achievement was Alamos being named a 2012 California Distinguished School. In order to be invited to apply for Distinguished School honors, schools must meet a variety of eligibility criteria including designated federal and state accountability measures based on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and the Academic Performance Index (API) requirements. The California Distinguished School Award identifies and honors those schools that have demonstrated educational excellence for all students and progress in narrowing the achievement gap.
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CBEE Honor Roll 2012
Alamos was recognized as one of 1,614 public elementary, middle and high schools to be honored by theCalifornia Business for Education Excellence (CBEE)for demonstrating consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement levels over time and reduction in achievement gaps among student populations. Alamos has been an CBEE Honor Roll School since 2007.
"This is a testament to the relentless focus on results for students that you, your staff, and your peers have shown over the years." Kirk Clark, President