parents/guardian Please take surveyTop of Page
Johnstonville Elementary School is exploring the possibility of offering a no-cost summer academy. We are interested in offering the summer academy primarily to our younger students, however we also wish to gauge general interest. We ask that you submit a survey for every student in your household since summer programming opportunities will be grade level specific.
The Summer Springboard program will provide students with an extra boost in reading and math instruction where students will work in small groups with a teacher to develop greater reading comprehension and mathematical understanding. The main goal of the springboard program will be for our students to develop a deeper love of reading and math. To assist with planning, we are asking that all families complete this survey, so we can gauge interest in attending our program.
If we offer the Summer Springboard Academy, we anticipate that it will operate five days a week for three weeks. The program will be 100% in-person and on-campus. More specific details about the potential program offering will follow once we receive our interest survey results.
The survey link is:
Again, we are exploring the possibility of offering a summer program and this survey will be used to gauge interest. Please respond to the survey before 5:00pm on April 2nd.
Kindergarten Round-upTop of Page
It's time for next year's Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten (TK) students to get enrolled for the 2021-2022 school year.
Students must be 5 years old on or before September 2, 2021, for Kindergarten. Students must be 5 years old on or before December 2, 2021, for TK. Packets are available in the office! Please drop by the main office or call us at (530) 257-2471.
Mask CoveringsTop of Page
The California Department of Public Health has recently changing their mandates regarding students and face coverings. They are now requiring all students, grades TK-8th, to wear face coverings when at school, unless they have a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering. All exceptions to the face covering rule will require medical or other independent professional verification. In addition, there is paperwork to be completed before the exemption can be put into place. Teachers will, at their discretion, allow face covering breaks outdoors to help students get used to wearing masks. Students and staff must wear face coverings both inside the school buildings and outside. If a student is outside, they may remove their face coverings if they are at least six feet away from other students and staff. Please contact the school if you believe your student qualifies for an exemption to set up a meeting.
Scott Smith, Ph.D.