Class Schedule

Transitional Kindergarten
8:30am-12:35pm

Kindergarten
8:30am-12:45pm

1st - 3rd Grade
8:30am - 2:50pm

4th-5th Grade
8:10am - 2:50pm

Grades 1-5 Minimum Day
Wednesdays: 12:30 Dismissal 

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Spring Picture Day on    March 16, 2015

 

161 Clark Drive, San Mateo CA 94402

650-312-7577 | 650-312-7643 Fax

Absence Reporting: 650-312-7578 x 5526 (English), x 5626 (Spanish)

Registration Assistance Night for Spanish-speaking Families on Wednesday, March, 04, 2015

 

● Students are eligible to enter Kindergarten
if they have reached 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2015

● Students are eligible to enter Transitional Kindergarten
if they turn 5 years old between September 2 – December 2, 2015

To register for Kindergarten or the Transitional Kindergarten Program you may either register
during the Spanish Registration Assistance Night on March 4th or at your school of assignment
during the Priority Registration Period, March 9 – March 27, 2015

 

 

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
4:30-7:00 pm
Sunnybrae Elementary School
1031 S. Delaware Street, San Mateo

For more information
website: www.smfcsd.net/stu_registration_eng

Office- 650.312.7250

 

Noche de Matriculación con Ayuda para las Familias que Hablan Español el miércoles , 4 de marzo, 2015

 

● Los estudiantes son elegibles para entrar al Kindergarten si ellos han alcanzado los 5 años el
1ro de septiembre, 2015, o antes

● Los estudiantes son elegibles para entrar al programa de Kindergarten Transicional, si ellos
cumplen 5 años entre el 2 de septiembre y el 2 de diciembre, 2015

Para matricularse en Kindergarten o en el Programa de Kindergarten Transicional, ustedes pueden
hacerlo durante la Noche de Matriculación con Ayuda en Español el 4 de marzo, o ir directamente a
su escuela de asignación durante el período de prioridad de matriculación del 9 de marzo al 27 de
marzo, 2015

 

miércoles, 4 de Marzo, 2015
4:30-7:00 pm
Escuela Primaria Sunnybrae
1031 S. Delaware Street, San Mateo

Para más información
sitio web: www.smfcsd.net/stu_reg_spanish
oficina: 650.312.7250
Habrá traducción en español y cuidado de ninos

 

 *FEBRUARY 9 – ONLINE ONLY PRE-REGISTRATION

 

Online pre-registration is not a guarantee of enrollment – you are still required to go to your school with all required forms and documents to complete your registration in person during the New Student Priority Registration period beginning March 9, 2015.

  1. Go to www.smfcsd.net under the FOR PARENTS section then click on STUDENT REGISTRATION

  2. Click on the 2015-2016 PRE-REGISTRATION link

  3. Completely fill out all required information

  4. Print out 1 copy of the pre-registration confirmation

  5. During the New Student Priority Registration period beginning March 9, 2015, go to your school to register in person. You will need to bring all original documents as well as a copy of your pre-registration confirmation.

 

*MARCH 9 to MARCH 27 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

  Dates and Times

 

Monday                               Tuesday  

9:00 – 10:15am                  Closed                                                                 

2:30 – 3:30pm                    Closed                                                                                 

 

Tuesday                        Wednesday

Closed                           9:00am-10:15am

Closed                            2:30pm-3:30pm

 

Thursday                      Friday________

Closed                           9:00 – 10:15am

Closed                           2:30pm – 3:30pm 

 

 

PARK'S WEEK

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3/1/15
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3/2/15
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Tuesday
3/3/15
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3/5/15
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Friday
3/6/15
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3/7/15

PANTHER PRIDE

Be Safe.

Be Respectful.

Be Responsible.

Scientist of the Month! 

 

  Jane Goodall

 

Jane is a primatologist and an anthropologist. In other words, she studies monkeys and apes and compares them to humans.

 She was the first person to study chimpanzees up close and personal in the wild! She changed our conception about what primates are and found out how chimps closely resemble humans in their behavior.

She did this in the early 60s when women really weren’t doing fieldwork in science and she did it without a degree in science!

 Jane has proven what a person can do when they really have a passion for a cause!

 

Here go some suggestion that you can enjoy with your children:

If you would like to work with chimpanzees like Jane does, read about animals! Watch tv shows about animals, like Meercat Manor, Too Cute Kittens, and Wild Kratts!

 

You could also volunteer at the San Francisco Zoo in the summer to work with animals. Students must be 11 years old or older.

 

You could also volunteer at a Veterinarian’s office or at a pet store!

 

Or study your pet, the pet of a friend or watch the birds in your backyard! Keep a journal! How does it move? How does it move? What does it eat? How does it communicate?

 

And remember…SCIENCE ROCKS!!!