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If your child must be absent, please call the 24-hour absence verification line at (805) 434-5826.

For your convenience, our office hours are from - 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m Monday through Friday, 434-5820

Fax number - 434-5811

 

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hablar en español

Si usted necesita hablar con un empleado del distrito,  en español,  por favor llame a TES en nuestra línea telefónica  al (805) 434-4027 y hable con Annette Calcote, profesora del Desarrollo de Ingles (ELD).  Si la llamada no es contestada, por  favor deje un mensaje con un buen número para comunicarse con usted.  Intentaremos de contestarle durante las horas de 1:30-2p lúnes a viernes, o hasta las 9:00 de la noche el mismo día. Sus preguntas e inquietudes son muy importantes para nosotros, y queremos asegurarse de que ustedes pueden conseguir sus preguntas relacionadas a la escuela.

Atentamente,

Jill Southern, Directora TES y Annette Calcote, Profesora de ELD

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Information if your child has been invited to Summer School

 

Templeton Unified School District

2014 Summer School - Information

Students Entering Grades 1st-8th Grades

 

Attention Templeton Families:

 

IF YOUR STUDENT HAS BEEN INVITED TO SUMMER SCHOOL, BELOW IS A REMINDER OF SCHEDULE INFORMATION. CONFIRMATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE BY PHONE, EMAIL, OR MAIL. IF YOU DIDN'T RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION, OR HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL OR CALL DEBBY GARCIA.

 

Classes will be held from Monday, June 23rd – July 18th, 2014.  There will not be school on Friday, July 4th.  Classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. each morning and will conclude at 11:30 a.m. each day.  All intervention classes will be held at Vineyard Elementary School. Our summer intervention program is a free program, in which your student will receive targeted instruction of essential concepts for their upcoming year in both language arts and math.  


Please drop your child off at Vineyard Elementary School each day at 8:00.  The campus is located at 2121 Vineyard Drive, Templeton, Ca.  We ask that you either use any of the drive-thru lanes to drop off your child, or park your car in the designated spots to walk your child to the classroom.  The back gate near the Vineyard Trail will be locked and inaccessible.

Students may purchase snack through the VES cafeteria for $1.75. Reduced/free meal benefits that were applicable during the previous school year apply.  

 

Your child's summer school teacher will contact you if any supply donations are needed. Please note, pencils, paper, and Kleenex are always appreciated.

 

We look forward to an enjoyable experience working with your child.

 

 

Sincerely,


Debby Garcia
 
 
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NEW! 2014-15 Bell Schedule!

NEW! 2014-15 Bell Schedule!

IMPORTANT TES DATES!

Class Lists Posted after 5p, Friday August 15

Kindergarten Popsicle Pop-in - Tuesday, August 19,  2-3p

1st Grade Pop-in - Tuesday, August 19, 11a-12p

School Resumes Wednesday, August 20

Thank you to our incredible staff, students, and families for all your care that has made our year happy, safe, and energized! 

ONLINE RESOURCES you can use at home!

Click the link below for a long list of resources you can use with your students at home!  We will be updating this frequently as we discover more great links!

 

WEB RESOURCES

TARGET RED CARD - $3524.30 THIS YEAR AS OF 5/28/14!! DO YOU HAVE ONE? 168 PEOPLE HAVE REGISTERED FOR TES... ARE YOU NEXT?

Hello TES Families,

LOOK HOW MUCH WE HAVE EARNED IN THE PAST 9 MONTHS!! (AS OF May 28, 2014)

$3524.30 AND COUNTING!!!  WOW AND THANK YOU!

Do you have a TARGET RED CARD?  Did you know that the Target Red Card gives you 5% off your purchases and gives an additional 1% to our school?  It's easy to get one - SEE BELOW:

HELP OUR SCHOOL!!!
 
Did you know there’s an easy way to help us raise money for our school—for books, activities, reading programs and anything else that can use extra funding? It’s called Take Charge of Education®, and it’s helping our school right now.
 
Here’s how it works:
 
Apply for a Target REDcard debit or credit card at checkout the next time you shop (a voided personal check is needed for the debit card). There is no charge to apply. You will save 5% off your bill at every purchase and 1% of all your purchases will go to the school of your choice (TES!). Schools receive a check from The Target Corporation every September.
 
Once you sign up it’s important to designate our school. You can call 1-800-316-6142 or go online at Target.com/tcoe
 
Follow the steps listed below:
 
• Click on find a school under the heading Already Have a REDcard?
• Enter city, state and school name
• Click select this school and enter your REDcard information
 
If you already have a REDcard go to Target.com/tcoe and make sure you have selected TES as your school. You can check on our school’s donation progress by entering your REDcard number under the heading Already Enrolled?
 
Let friends and family know that they can designate Templeton Elementary School to receive funds too!
 
Use your REDcard whenever you shop!!!!
 
The more people we involve, the more the program works for our school. If you’re already participating, thank you!
 
It all adds up!!!
 
Current Statistics for Templeton Elementary School:
 
Last year's Target donation to this school (August 2013): $2956.43
 
Amount accumulated toward the next Target donation: $3524.30
 
Number of REDcard holders who have designated this school: 168

2014-15 TK/Kindergarten Enrollment Information

TEMPLETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

KINDERGARTEN & TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN  2014/2015

 

Enrollment packets will be available for pick up on Monday, February 3, in the TES office.  You must be a current resident of Templeton at this time.  Interdistrict transfers are not currently being accepted.  A copy of a recent utility bill, escrow document or executed current rental agreement with your name and physical address must be provided before you will be given the enrollment packet.  Completed packets may be returned to the TES office beginning Wednesday, February 12, after 1:30 p.m. Our office hours are 7:30-4:00.  


 

Your completed enrollment packet must include COPIES of:

-Birth certificate

-Immunization records (even if not current for school entry)

Please be advised that class placement is based on many factors.  AM/PM class preference will be considered but cannot be guaranteed.  

Letters confirming AM/PM placement will be mailed for all students whose completed documents are submitted by May 16. This includes all updated immunizations current for a 5 year old which meets the school entry requirements.  

 

PLEASE SEE REVERSE SIDE FOR CLARIFICATION REGARDING BIRTHDAY REQUIREMENTS FOR KINDERGARTEN AND TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT.

The Kindergarten Readiness Act changed the age for entrance into kindergarten in California.  Children must be five years of age for kindergarten by:

 

September 1, 2014 for the 2014-15 school year

 

Transitional Kindergarten is the first year of a two-year kindergarten program for children whose kindergarten entrance is changed as a result of this new law.  Children will be enrolled in Transitional Kindergarten if their fifth birthday is between:

 

-September 2 and December 2 for the 2014-2015 school year and each year thereafter  

 

Please be advised that Transitional Kindergarten space is limited.  We can only accept a certain number of TK students, therefore acceptance will be based on a first come, first served basis for Templeton residents only.  Only COMPLETED packets will be accepted.

 

**All Transitional Kindergarten students must meet the same requirements as traditional Kindergarten students, including proof of residency, birth certificate and immunizations current for school entry.

Interested in previewing the SBAC?

The Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) is the standardized testing system affiliated with Common Core.  Though the youngest grade testing will be 3rd grade, we thought knowing what types of things will be asked of 3rd graders starting in 2015 would be of interest to TES parents.  You can take a look at sample tests and questions at the following web link:

 

https://sbacpt.tds.airast.org/student/

Thanks TEF!!!

TES would like to thank the Templeton Elementary Foundation for funding many of our grants.  TEF's generosity over the years has truly made an incredible impact on what we offer our students at TES.  This year, TEF grants for TES include: IPADS for our new classes, Projectors and Document Cameras, Trout in the Classroom, an NAS system for our computer lab, and funding for our After School Enrichment classes.  We look forward to experiencing the positive differences that TEF generosity brings to Templeton Unified's youngest students.

CA Department of Education Link to Common Core Resources

Click here to get to the California Department of Education's Website for Common Core State Standards.  Here, you will find the standards and many resources available to you including sample questions for the Common Core state assessments (called SBAC - starts at grade 3), parent information for student success, FAQ, etc.

http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/cc/

 

Also, there are some great Parent Guides for Student Success for Common Core found at the following link (English and Spanish):

http://pta.org/parents/content.cfm?ItemNumber=2910

 

Common Core - Key Ideas for Families

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2013-14 CLASS SUPPLY LISTS

Hi Families:

Click the link below to see our recommended and/or desired class supply lists.  We so appreciate your generosity and care.

2013-14 TES Class Supply Lists

IPADS in TES classrooms!

Through incredibly generous donations by PTO and individual families, classrooms at TES have IPADS.  Students are motivated and engaged learners using the most up to date technology and Apps!  The learning is genuine and the potential is endless.  21st Century Learning is happening at TES!!!

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PARKING / DROP OFF / SAFETY REMINDERS

Templeton Elementary School Families:                            

We would like to remind you of some safety concerns and procedures, specifically regarding drop off, traffic, and parking.  Thank you to so many of you who help keep our children and community safe by legally parking and by following the established guidelines listed below:

DROP OFF / PICK UP TIMES: Please do not park along curbs painted red.  The weather is usually nice, and we suggest families park legally in parking spaces or on neighboring streets and walk to school, when possible.  Please remember that drivers must remain in their cars if parked along the drop off zone (white curbs).   If there is no spot available at the drop off zone, please carefully drive through and loop around the neighborhood.  If you have conversations with staff or other families, please try not to do this while your car is in the drop off zone.  When traffic backs up to Old County Rd., the police department has notified us that citations may be given out.  If we work together on this, we can all be safe and happy.

We do have yard duty supervision in the morning starting at 7:30a and in the afternoon until 3:15p which allows parents of 1st and 2nd graders to avoid the traffic by dropping off a bit earlier or picking up a few minutes later.  We have created some recommended times for staggered pickups.  See below:

2:35p - 1st grade parents (1:40p early release Wed.; 12:20p min day)

2:45p - 2nd grade parents (1:50p early release Wed.; 12:30p min day)

2:50p - Afternoon Kindergarten parents (1:30p early release Wed.)

 

PLAY AREAS / DROP OFF: Playground / structure areas, the tricycle area, and the TK playground when not supervised by a TES staff member, are not areas that we can allow children to play.  This has been a noted concern during the drop off time for PM kindergarten. 

Safety is of utmost importance to all of us here at TES.  We so appreciate your cooperation.  Thanks, families, for all you do!!

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NEW SIZES ARE IN!!! TES SPIRIT WEAR!!!

We have new stock of ALL sizes of sweatshirts and Tshirts!!!

Youth Small 
Youth Med
Youth Large
 
Adult Small
Adult Med
Adult Large

Adult XL

Click the link below for the order form for TES SPIRIT WEAR!!!  Have you seen those great green t-shirts supporting our great school?  If you want to see the t-shirts up close, we have some on display at the TES Office.  The form on the link below gives the sizes and prices.

Spirit Wear Order Form

A quote from Dr. Seuss

The more that you read,

the more things you will know.

The more that you learn,

the more places you'll go.

Dr. Seuss

Does Your Child Have Health Insurance?

Click the link to the flyer below for information regarding NO-COST MEDI-CAL Health Care and LOW COST HEALTHY FAMILIES Health Care for those who qualify.  The flyer is in both English and Spanish.

Med-Cal Flyer

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Teacher WEBSITES!!! Click the links below

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Eagle Hour - What is it?

Eagle Hour - What is it?

EAGLE HOUR - Reading Process Grades 1-2

For the 2013-14 school year, Templeton Elementary School is so proud to implement a new reading curriculum planning and delivery process for every student grades 1 and 2.  Eagle Hour is a PROCESS by which we assess our students and then place them in a classroom within their grade level for reading and literacy for one hour a day, four days a week.  TES is getting thorough training for Eagle Hour, and we are dedicated to deliver differentiated literacy instruction that addresses the needs of every child on such a consistent basis.  This is research based and being done in over 300 schools.  This reading process will begin in mid October.

Each child is taught at his or her instructional level and advanced accordingly.  Lessons and curriculum are planned collaboratively, on a weekly basis by the whole grade level team.  

TES Eagle Hour Passion Statement:

"With clear purpose, collaboration, and as supported lifelong learners, we, at Templeton Elementary School will not rest until all of our students participate in leveled, targeted, and engaging instruction that advances literacy and fosters a love of learning."

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Accelerated Reader

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EISS CORNER!

The TES staff wrote for and received a competitive and prestigious grant for Early Intervention for School Success (EISS) for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 school years.  The grant includes beginning of the year training for the entire teaching staff, coaching support throughout the year, and an Administrative Symposium.  Six of our teachers recently attended a Research Institute 3 day Professional Development (March 14-16) which included many sessions on proven educational strategies for our youngest learners.  We are excited to have this team of teachers return and share what they've learned with their students and with the rest of the TES staff!

EISS Research Institute (March 14-16, 2012)

EISS Research Institute (March 14-16, 2012)
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Got Spirit?

Every Friday, teachers and office staff wear their green TES shirts.  Join us as we show our Templeton Pride!  To order your Eagle apparel, please print an order form here or contact TES PTO via email at tespto@hotmail.com.

 

"Adopt" TES through www.adoptaclassroom.org! Click below for more info.