"It is in your hands to create a better world for all who live in it." Nelson Mandela
Thank you to Dolores Stratford for this beautiful bulletin she created for our school with each student's hand cut out. Bravo!
Spelling Bee Updates:
Between January 4 and January 7 Camino Pablo 3rd through 5th grade classrooms will be holding classroom spelling bees for the purpose of identifying two students from each classroom to compete in the Camino Pablo Spelling Bee on January 27. Here are two lists (List 1, List 2)* your child can study. However, studying is not required, and should be initiated by your child.
*Please note there may be some words given in the classroom bee that are not on these lists.
Here is a timeline of Spelling Bee Events
- 1/4/2022-1/7/2022 - Classroom spelling bees
- 1/12/2022 - 3rd-5th classrooms identify two classroom bee winners
- Information will be sent home with winners and alternates
- 1/14/2022 - Spelling Bee Practice
- 1/21/2022 - Spelling Bee Practice
- 1/27/2022 - Spelling Bee
- 8:30 MUR (will be streamed on Zoom
Open 2021/2022 PTA Committee Positions:
It is that time of year where we are looking ahead to the next school year (2021/22) trying to fill PTA Committee Positions that are OPEN
. Many of these OPEN positions are community building FUN
events, and sadly some of these events are at risk of going away if we do not get help. Many of these positions do not require a large time commitment throughout the year, and if you're looking for ways to get involved and give back to the school, we would love to help you find something that makes sense to your schedule. Part of what makes Camino Pablo so special is the parent involvement and the committees that enrich our children and help our CP teachers and staff. Please see the positions open below. For any questions, please reach out to Lena Cooper
or Kimberly Prast
Kids' Choice Dodgeball
After School Enrichment Programs (ASEP)
Sustainability & Climate Change:
By biking or walking to school we can take action to help address climate change. Active travel modes, such as walking and biking, can replace many of the short car trips we make throughout the day, such as those to school. Utilizing modes of active travel can simultaneously provide an opportunity for wellness while reducing oil consumption and carbon dioxide emissions which contribute to climate change. Bicycling has the potential to reduce carbon emissions more than any other alternate mode of travel.
We have created this short bike safety presentation
and encourage families to review it prior to students traveling to school. This provides an opportunity to check your child's bike gear, review a safe route to school, and discuss bike safety practices.
Letter From Moraga School District