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English and Spanish:  

925-682-8000 Ext. 5696        

or email Ms. Maggie Bowker 


Click here for attendance procedures

Click here for attendance procedures in Spanish

2019-2020 Important Dates

6th grade Camp Sequoia

Thursday, August 8th Time TBD

7th & 8th grade Walk Thru

Friday, August 9th Time TBD

First Day of School

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Back to School Night

Wednesday, August 28th 6:30 pm

Early Release Day

Friday, August 30th 1:00pm

Labor Day - Holiday

Monday, September 2nd

Tea with Honey

Friday, September 6th

8:00am Library



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Immunization Regulations have changed starting July 1, 2019

All incoming 7th grade students for 2019-2020 will need to show proof of

  • the standard required immunization for school
  • and 1 dose of Tdap (booster for tetanus; diphtheria; and pertussis, also called whooping cough). given on or after the 7th birthday.
  • and 2 doses of varicella (chickenpox), both doses given after 12 months of age, or healthcare provider verified "had disease".  

Without proof of these additional immunizations, your child will not be allowed to attend school.

Please bring your child's completed official immunization record to the school office so that our records may be updated.  If you have presented proof previously, this will satisfy the requirement.

Personal belief exemptions are no longer an option for vaccines required for school entry as of 1/1/2016 (SB 277).  For students advancing to 7th grade, all personal belief exemptions will expire. 

Medical exemptions will be accepted. A medical exemption is a written statement from a medical doctor (M.D.) or a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) which states (1) the child's name and date of birth; (2) specific nature of the physical condition or medical circumstance of the child for which a licensed physician does not recommend immunization; (3) each specific required vaccine that is being exempted; (4) and whether the medical exemption is permanent or temporary.  Temporary medical exemptions will expire 12 calendar months from the date of signing.

Parent Patrol


Servicios de traducción

Community Services Coordinator

Ms. Marisol De Castro

Llamar 682-8000 Ext. 5619

ELAC Reunion de padres


Viernes, 8 de Marzo de 2019

8:00 am

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