Our amazing administrative secretaries are attending their first meeting of the new school year. We are fortunate in our district to have so many people that want to support our students.
Sophia from Lightfoot Elementary is this week's student spotlight. Sophia is always upbeat and eager to learn, whether she is in or out of the classroom. Here she is on a fieldtrip to Jensen Alvardo Ranch. I bet she had a blast.
The online Data Confirmation window is open July 11 - 29, 2022. Families will need to complete this process in order to obtain their child's teacher in August. Log into your Aeries Parent Portal to get started.
We have some very talented Etiwanda students. This artwork was created by Alana, a Summit Shark. Wow! We are impressed.
Juneteenth is Freedom Day - commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.
Etiwanda School District will hold a regularly scheduled Board of Trustees Meeting on Monday, June 20, 2022 at 6:30 pm. Use this link to access the meeting agenda: http://meetings.etiwanda.org/
This week's student spotlight shines on Dylan, an incredible Colony Cub. He comes to school every day with a smile on his face, ready to learn. He is a helpful, kind friend who never hesitates to help others.
We have some very talented Etiwanda students. Hayley, a Day Creek Intermediate student, is pictured here displaying her artwork.
This week's student spotlight shines on Jayde, an East Heritage Explorer. Jayde has an indomitable spirit and a positive mindset. She is always so interested in what we are learning and eager to do her best.
School resumes August 8th!!!
Congratulations to our promoting 8th grade students! Good luck in high school. #EtiwandaExcellence
Who do you suppose this #throwbackthursday is, Windrows Dolphins? Did you recognize Mrs. Haefner from her preschool days?
Yesenia, a fourth-grade student at Solorio Elementary, wants to express her thanks to Ms. Morrison for helping her in improving her math skills.
This week's student spotlight is Nisreen, an 8th grade student at DCIS. Nisreen is a great student that always participates in class. She is very responsible and helpful with other students. She has volunteered after school during ZAP and has shown she is a great tutor.
Megan, a DCIS 7th grader, wanted to thank one of her favorite teachers, Mrs. Bailey, before school ended for the summer. Megan seemed to have had a fantastic year.
Nayomi, a third grade student at Windrows Elementary, would like to thank her teacher, Mrs. Valasek, for being so kind and sweet to her and her friends. We are certain that Nayomi is not the only student that is thankful for Mrs. Valasek.
Friendship Fridays are here! Makenzie and Cameron, both of Caryn Elementary, refer to themselves as "BFFLs" (Best Friends For Life). BFFLs play with each other during and after school. They are nice to each other, but if they do have a disagreement, they know how to make up.
Who recognizes this smiling kindergartener from 1989? Would you guess Mrs. Harris, a DCIS 7th grade teacher? We certainly didn't. We thought it was a picture from the Brady Bunch.
Do you recognize this Etiwanda fourth -grade teacher? Did you guess West Heritage Elementary's Mrs. Cataldo? This is a photo from her 2nd grade school year.