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Important End of the Year Information

May 24th - Lunch on the Lawn

May 25th - June 7th- All students will be dismissed at 1:30 pm

May 28th - No school

Last Day of School - June 7th

 

For the safety of your child make sure to pick up your child on time! 

Lunch on the Lawn

Thursday May 24th 

 

Bring a picnic lunch for yourself and your child to enjoy here on our front lawn! Bring the whole family!

 

Meet on our front lawn - teachers will walk students to the lawn at the indicated time.

Please sign in as a visitor at the red picnic tables.

 

TK, K, 1st, 2nd - 11:30 am

 

3rd, 4th, 5th, 12:15 pm

 

Don't forget your picnic blankets, chairs etc. 

2018-2019 Supply Lists

Supply Lists for next year are posted under the staff links based on grade levels. See you in the fall! :) 

Federal Terrace Gardening Club

Room 11's Chickens

All of us have cracked open an egg. But ask any of my students and they will be able to tell you about each part of the egg, like the chalaza, and what it does. In room 11 we have been studying the life cycle of chickens, learning the parts of egg and their function, and watching the
eggs in our incubator do… well, nothing for that last 20 days. Even though candling the eggs doesn’t show us much, we have been  researching and calendaring what has been going on in the egg every day. Just when I thought they might be getting tired of chickens, the first crack in the egg appeared and we could hear chirping. We now have twelve baby chicks in our classroom and amazing stories to go along with them. If they start chirping too loud one student or another says, “there go those interrupting chickens again,” referring to a story we read earlier in this unit. When they journaled about what it might be like to be a baby chicken, we got to hear about the giant that took off the roof of their house, referring to the top of the incubator, and grabbing them out with their big giant hands. The experience of hatching eggs in the classroom has created excitement for school and exploded beyond my expectations. Students are checking chicken books out at the  library, researching on the computer, they want to weigh and measure the chickens and they are writing fiction and nonfiction stories all about
chickens. After all of the research though we still have not decided which came first, the chicken or the egg. This has truly been an egg-ceptional unit that I have enjoyed just as much as my students.

 ~ Ms. Marshall 2nd Grade Room 11 

Attendance Reminders

Ms. Vicky, and Ms. Katt are the front office personnel for Federal Terrace Elementary. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school office at 556-8460 and they will be happy to ...more

CAASPP Online Parent Guides

Posted at the CDE Web site at:

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/documents/sbparentgde35.pdf 

these parent guides are designed to help parents understand what the new assessments are asking of students.  Each guide contains sample questions for both English Language Arts/literacy and mathematics at each tested grade level. 

Office Hours

8:00 to 4:00pm Monday to Friday

Office Manager: Katt Van Ourkerk

Secretary:  Vicki Burse

Bell Schedule

Grades 1- 5      

Regular Days 8:30am - 3:00pm

Minimum Days 8:30am - 1:30pm

Kindergarten

Regular Days 8:30am - 12:30pm

Minimum Days 8:30am - 1:30pm

Extended days  8:30am - 1:30pm  (Beginning 11/30/2015)

Attendance Matters!!!

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unless they are sick, is something that YOU can do to ensure

YOUR child has a chance to succeed in school.

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