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October Events

Oct. 1 PTA Reflections Art Due to Office
Oct. 2 Minimum Day for all Students
Oct. 3 Field Trip to Chabot for 1st Grade - Stevenson, Rosenberg, Wald
Oct. 4 PTA Run Club 7:30 am on Blacktop
  Field Trip to Chabot for 1st Grade - Harr and Lemmon
Oct. 5 Teacher Work Day - NO SCHOOL
Oct. 8-12 Conference Week - Minimum Days
Oct. 9 4th Grade Field Trip - Melin (Museum of SRV)
Oct. 10 PTA Board Meeting 8:15 am in MPR
  4th Grade Field Trip - Lane (Museum of SRV)
Oct. 11 PTA Run Club 7:30 am on Blacktop
  4th Grade Field Trip - Elmore (Museum of SRV)
Oct. 12 4th Grade Field Trip - Blanc (Museum of SRV)
Oct. 13-14 SRVEF Run for Education!
Oct. 17 PTA Breakfast Book Club 7:20 am in MPR
  Kindergarten Field Trip to Pumpkin Patch
Oct. 18 PTA Board Meeting 8:15 am in MPR
  5th Grade Field Trip to Chabot (Walker/Gregory)
Oct. 19 5th Grade Field Trip to Chabot (Lane/Trinta)
Oct. 22-27 Book Fair Week!
  Red Ribbon Week!
Oct. 23 Odyssey of the Mind Informational Meeting 7-8 pm
Oct. 25 PTA Run Club 7:30 am on Blacktop
  Book Fair Family Night and Ice Cream Social 6-7 pm
Oct. 26 Picture Make-Up Day
Oct. 27 PTA Fall Carnival 11 am - 3 pm
Oct. 30 TK Field Trip to Pumpkin Patch
Oct. 31 Minimum Day Schedule
  Halloween Parade 9:30 am

 

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MONTEVIDEO MISSION STATEMENT

Here at Montevideo we firmly believe:

  • Every child deserves a free and top quality education.
  • ALL students can learn when learning is relevant.
  • The Common Core Standards provide equity, opportunity, access to higher level thinking and a rigorous education for all.
  • Character development and rigorous academics are equally important in preparing our students for secondary school, college and the workforce.
  • Students flourish when education includes art, music, science and social science.
  • Parent participation is key to student success.
  • Education leads to advancement and provides choices for all students.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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