6th Grade Basketball Information
TLM PTA News
UPCOMING PTA MEETING - Monday, January 13, 2020 @ 8:45am
Join us in the TL Learning Commons for the first meeting of 2020 on Monday, January 13 @ 8:45am. Click HERE for the agenda. Hope to see you there!
JANUARY "NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS " TLM STAFF CELEBRATION - HOSTED BY 8TH GRADE
Attention 8th Grade Parents!!! The 8th Grade will be hosting January's "New Year's Resolutions Luncheon" for the TLM staff. It will take place on WEDNESDAY, January 15th.Please Sign Up Here to see how you can contribute. Contributions are voluntary and greatly appreciated. If you select one of the monetary donations, payment will be accepted via the following methods:
- Cash or Check (made payable to Lagille Rodriguez) and dropped off in the Tierra Linda or Mariposa school office. Please place payment in an envelope labeled “Teacher Appreciation”, and include the first and last name of your child. Questions? Lagille Rodriguezemail@example.com or Hazel Stabinskyfirstname.lastname@example.org
NEW YEAR VOLUNTEER REQUEST
We would LOVE to get some help for hot lunch volunteers in the New Year! We are running really lean on assistance making it tricky to make sure our kids are fed in a timely & efficient manner. You can assist once a week, once a month, or just when you have some spare time here and there. Please click HERE to see if your schedule allows for a shift here to help ease the burden. Many thanks for considering!
TL SPIRIT WEAR
Missed out on purchasing TL spirit wear right before the break and you’d like to have more cold winter garb or your child? If you are interested in purchasing spirit wear, there is limited availability of some items (think hoodies, pajamas, drawstring bags, lanyards, etc). Email email@example.com to check on available inventory/sizes.
San Carlos Education Foundation
Starlight Gala-March 14
It’s the party of the year--Cocktails, Dinner, Dancing, Live and Silent Auction at the beautiful Sharon Heights Country Club. It's for the kids! Tickets go on sale this week! Log-in on Thursday (Jan 9) starting at 10:00 am to purchase tickets. https://www.scefkids.org/starlightgalatickets/
Sequoia High School IB Information Meeting Jan. 14
ROPES Presentations, Judges Needed
We are still looking for parents and community members that would like to serve as a judge for the ROPES (Rite of Passage Experiences) presentations next month. ROPES are challenging projects that 4th, 6th and 8th grade students have completed which allow them to learn about their world and themselves in a deeper but fun way. Thank you to the many volunteers who have signed up already.
There are 3 opportunities to judge:
Monday, Feb 3, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Tuesday, Feb 4, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Wednesday, Feb 5, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
We would not be able to maintain this valuable program without the support of our community. We are asking for you to join district staff and other community members by volunteering to serve as a judge on one of our judging panels. Typically, we have two to three judges per room and they judge four to six student presentations in an evening.
We hope that you will be able to join us in this worthwhile event.
If you are able to judge on any/all of those days, please contact Veronica Rickson either via email at ROPES@scsdk8.org or by phone at 650-590-5926. Thank You!
Measure N Parcel Tax Information
Currently, each San Carlos homeowner pays $246.60 towards the Parcel Tax, which funds teacher salaries and keeping classroom sizes smaller. This tax is set to expire in 2021. The ballot measure is to renew and increase this tax by an additional $88, raising $3,000,000 annually, for 8 years. Taxes raised can ONLY be used locally in our schools and are restricted to:
- Attracting and retaining qualified and experienced teachers
- Maintaining small class sizes
- Maintaining programs that support bringing all students up to the highest level possible in core subjects like math, reading, and writing
- Maintaining math, hands-on science, technology, and engineering programs
- Providing art, music, libraries, and a well-rounded education
This tax is not EXTRA funding but instead is CRUCIAL to operating our district. The funding gap is currently being bridged through local parcel taxes, SCEF, and community partnerships such as the one we have with Sequoia Healthcare District. Additionally, senior citizen homeowners 65 years or older are eligible for an exemption through an application process should they feel it is a financial hardship.
To learn more about the Parcel Tax, visit our website - https://www.scsdk8.org/apps/pages/2020-Parcel-Tax-Information
Please feel free to contact Dr. Harmeier if you have any additional comments or questions - Michelle Harmeier, Superintendent - firstname.lastname@example.org - (650) 590-5935
Join Us for the Annual SCSD Musical, Jan. 23-26
True to the original Footloose story about a Chicago teen who discovers that dancing is outlawed in the small town he's just moved to, Getting to Know FOOTLOOSE is a shorter, family-friendly version of the original hit movie. You'll enjoy all the popular dance tunes, including "Let's Hear It for the Boy," the hit Footloose theme, "Holding Out for a Hero," and ‘"Almost Paradise." The annual school district musical is always a sell-out, and everyone loves the exhilerating music and dancing in Footloose, so reserve your seats early.