Round Meadow Elementary School
NO SCHOOL NOVEMBER 10 & 11
MINIMUM DAYS (PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES)
JOURNEYS and KINDERGARTEN
12 p.m. dismissal Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
11:30 a.m. dismissal on Wednesday
12 p.m. dismissal every day
Do you need a reminder about our drop-off and pick-up procedure? Just watch the quick video below.
Welcome to Round Meadow Elementary School where the staff, students, and parents share responsibility to develop academically successful, well-rounded children who are outstanding citizens. Our commitment at Round Meadow is to provide an enriching and nuturing environment where all students can reach and even exceed their potential. We hope you will find our website a continually growing collaboration between our staff, students. and parents.
October 27, 2014
Dear Round Meadow Families,
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and it’s right around the corner! In order to make sure that we can still have a safe and educational day at school, we ask that everyone follow these rules on Friday, October 31:
- If your teacher allows you to wear a costume at school, you cannot wear a mask or any other face covering or full-face painting.
- No weapons or look-alike weapons of any kind.
- Costumes must be appropriate to the elementary school setting (i.e. nothing that would scare a Journeys student or Kindergartener; nothing bloody; nothing related to drugs, alcohol, or violence; etc.).
- Proper shoes (no flip-flops or open-toed shoes) must be worn at all times.
- All other aspects of the LVUSD and RME dress code must be followed.
- In accordance with the LVUSD Health and Wellness Policy, we ask that sweet treats are kept to a minimum.
We will be collecting left over and extra candy all next week to send to our troops as part of Operation Gratitude (http://opgrat.wordpress.com/2013/07/18/halloween-candy-for-the-troops). Please send what you can as we help our students to understand the meaning of our November Character Counts Trait which is “caring.”
Also, this week we will be joining thousands of schools across the country in celebrating Red Ribbon Week. At Round Meadow we will be focusing on a developmentally appropriate message of making good choices for our bodies and minds: “Good Choices, Inside and Out!” To that end we have organized some school-wide and classroom activities centered around nutrition, responsible choices, and resisting peer pressure. If you would like more information on how you can support our efforts at home, the following links have some useful tips: http://www.nfp.org, http://redribbon.org, http://www.drugfree.org.
Finally, I would like to remind everyone that if you come to school to volunteer or drop off a forgotten item, we do not permit non-staff members to remain at school during recess or lunch to just “hang out”. If you have concerns or worries about what is happening at recess or lunch, please speak with your child’s teacher. My staff has been instructed to politely remind parents/guardians of this policy, so if you are asked to leave the playground or lunch area, I thank you in advance for your compliance. If you have any questions about this policy, you may speak to me directly.
Thank you and have a great week!
Mr. Jeremy Resnick
Round Meadow Elementary, Principal
Student Recognition Awards take place immediately after the Friday assembly according to the following schedule:
1st grade: December 5, February 5, April 24
2nd grade: December 12, February 20, May 1
3rd grade: December 19, February 27, May 8
4th grade: October 31, January 9, March 13, May 15
5th grade: November 7, January 16, April 17, May 29 (@ 11:15)
All school tours begin at 9 a.m. on the dates listed below. For privacy reasons, children are not permitted on school tours (infants are OK). To attend a school tour, please call the school at 818-883-6750.
To report absences, please call 818-883-6750 and press 1.
Please use this number to report an absence each day your child will be out.
Jeremy Resnick, Principal
5151 Round Meadow Road
Hidden Hills, CA. 91302-1198