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Memorial Day - School is Closed
Memorial Day - School is Closed

Date:
Monday, May 25
6:00p Dad's Committee BBQ
Dad's Committee BBQ

Date:
Tuesday, May 26
Time:
6:00p - 8:00p
Where:
2019 Lombardy Drive, La Canada, CA 91011

Come join the re-vamped Dad's Committee for BBQ and beverages. Hosted by Sean Hunt, Jerry Cradduck, Kevin O'Brien, Jim Greenbaum, Andres Castano and Peter Xaypraseuth. RSVP to jerrycraduck@hotmail.com.
8:05a LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!

Date:
Friday, May 29
Time:
8:05a - 11:35a

Early dismissal -- 11:35am. Have a great summer!!!
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Order now, Relax All Summer!

Prepare for next year and order your school supplies TODAY! Remember to order for the grade your child will be in NEXT YEAR. Order securely online through Friday, May 29th.

Please note, the purchase of agendas for grades 3-6 will be handled by your child's teacher when school begins in August.  Please click the link below to order your classroom kit(s) from EduKit now:

http://www.edukitinc.com/page.asp?id=15&schoolid=1567


NEW THIS YEAR: There will be additional Technology Items required for 3rd - 6th grade. This is a district-wide requirement.  These additional tech items are available through the Supply Box Sale as an add-on to the standard box.

For detailed information about specific grade level supply lists, please visit the Palm Crest PTA website, or get a copy here.

For additional questions, please contact Caroline Anderson at Anderson9207@gmail.com.

Mathzilla Results Posted
Congratulations to PCR on winning the Team Competition at the recent Mathzilla elementary mathematics contest held on May 07th, 2015 in our very own PCR! Congratulations also to all the winners from PCR in the Individual Competition. 108 students from LCE, PCR, and PCY competed in the event. For a complete list of winners, click here.

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Principal's Message for March 12th
Dear PCR Parents, We are quickly approaching the end of the 3 rd Quarter on March 13 th and state testing season for grades 3-6. As you probably already know, California and 43 other states in the nation have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). There are two testing consortiums handling the creation, administration and grading of CCSS assessments – the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) comprises 22 states including California, and the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) Assessment Consortium comprises the remaining states plus the District of Columbia. In California, the online assessment system ... read full article

More information on upcoming Common Core testing
Dear Parents, At a recent PTA Executive Board meeting, several parents had questions about the upcoming state testing as well as District assessments by grade level. In an effort to ensure transparency, I have attached information that will shed some light on the topic of assessments. For information on the District’s Accountability Plan, please see the PowerPoint presentation to the District Governing Board from June 3 rd 2014 by Lindi Dreibelbis, LCUSD’s Chief Director of Assessment, Research, Consolidated Programs. For information on the District’s plan to demonstrate student growth and progress during the transition to the Common Core State Standards ... read full article

Principal's Message for February 12th
Last night we had a very successful  Science Fair  organized with consummate skill by Alex Khayat. Thanks also to Jennifer Rocca for scheduling all the events in Science Appreciation Week. Once again, we had a record-breaking number of participants! 116 students provided hands-on demonstrations, explanations, and visuals to the many guests in attendance. Congratulations to all of our Science Fair participants for thinking like a scientist, and thank you to volunteers Alex Khayat, Jennifer Rocca and Sugi Sorensen for planning and organizing such memorable Science Week activities. Our annual state testing is quickly approaching for students in grades 3-6. These ... read full article

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