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**** FUN RUN! NOVEMBER 4th ****

Yountville Elementary School
Fun Run
Fundraising System

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For our Fun Run this year, we're using an awesome web based fundraising system that makes it much easier for you to request pledges from your family and friends, and for them to make secure credit card donations online. It's fun, it's easy, and people who use it typically raise twice as much as those who don't!

Remember, our Fun Run is November 4, so please register now to help our school raise as much as we can for our SST Math, Yoga, Science Instruction and Computer Lab:

When you finish, the system emails pledge requests to your family and friends, and allows them to make secure credit card donations online. You get notified each time a pledge is made, and you can track your pledge progress online.

Call 1-888-598-7510 if you need help.

A look at our amazing Children, Staff & School at YES!


Next Meeting *** October 25th, 2016

Please join us on Tuesday the 25th at 5:00 p.m. at the Yountville Community Centerin a continued discussion about the Yountville and Stone Bridge shared campus plan.


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Find updates and important information regarding the "NEWS" for the

Yountville School Merger etc. here:




Open Enrollment for the

2017-18 School Year
From, Oct. 3 - Nov. 30, 2016


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August headlines:

  • Transitional Kindergarten a proven benefit for students
  • Open enrollment begins Oct. 3
  • Participate on the Measure H bond oversight committee
  • Attendance is important to student success
  • Career readiness programs support local labor market


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CAASPP score reports are arriving in parent mailboxes now!


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When students miss too many days of school, they fall behind and struggle to keep up with their classmates. Whether the days missed are due to illness, truancy or for any other reason, the end result for the student is the same — learning time is lost. Children and adolescents will get sick at times and may need to stay at home, but we want to work with you to help minimize the number of days your student misses school.




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The NVUSD has provided parents with Handbooks on the Common Core Standards. Please follow the link below to download the information, the handbooks will also be made available at "Back-to-School Night" in the classrooms.



A Note from the Secretary...

This week, Oct. 17th- Oct. 21st is Parent/Teacher conferences.

All classes will be dismissed at 11:45 AM, Monday-Friday.

Please plan to pick up your child/children promptly as conferences will begin right after dismissal.


Thank you!

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Monthly Message from our Social Worker...



How can you help to ensure your child has good attendance in school? Build regular routines for bedtime and the morning.

Talk about the importance of regular attendance and about how your child feels about school.
Don’t permit missing school unless your child is truly sick. Use a thermometer to check for a
fever. Remember that stomach aches and headaches may be signs of anxiety.
Avoid medical appointments and extended trips when school is in session.

We love our students and we want to see them...every day!

New to the Site

1. Find help with FASTT Math, under the "Resources" tab & click on "For Students & Parents".


2. We have added helpful links under announcements on our homepage, check it out!


3. Also, find many of our links to the students internet based programs under the "Resources" tab & click on Academic Resources.







Some of our talented kids at our After School Program provided through the amazing Town of Yountville, Parks and Recs Department.



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