For their Force & Motion Unit, Mr. Contreras' 8th grade class at DCIS designed and constructed a roller coaster that had to have at least one loop, one hill, a curve, and enough potential energy at the start to complete the entire track, which was 300 cm long. #stemintheclassroom
Fall is here and Winter is coming! It’s time to make healthy, fun, festive and easy new recipes to share with you and your family. Healthy SBCSS is hosting free virtual cooking classes. Register using the link below. #wellnesswednesday
Our employee spotlight this week shines on Ms. Shanese, an instructional aide from Caryn Elementary. She enjoys learning new skills and strategies to support students and teachers. Whatever tasks need to be done, Ms. Shanese jumps right in to lend a helping hand.
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Each year, the Etiwanda School District administers surveys to parents, students, and staff members to assess and improve services and monitor its progress toward achieving LCAP goals. Please visit bit.ly/EtiwandaSurvey to participate.
This week's highlighted employee is Mrs. Brown, school librarian from John L. Golden Elementary. She assists the students and families of Golden Elementary
with pride, compassion, and integrity. Thank you, Mrs. Brown, for being so great with our students.
A growth mindset fosters motivation, resilience and persistence in our students. Let's have a great week! #EtiwandaExcellence #ResilientEtiwanda
What are you grateful for?
This week's highlighted employee is Luz Aispuro, a campus support team member at East Heritage Elementary. Luz supervises East Heritage Explorers during recesses and helps to keep them safe. She is always willing to take on extra duties and help at events to support our school.
We do not want another day to pass without congratulating Terra Vista for receiving the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Silver Award. They are teaching students expectations and positively reinforcing them when they are caught being safe, respectful and responsible!
How lucky are the Solorio Tigers to have Ms. Yerkish in their library? Every week, she goes above and beyond to dress up as a different book character. She once again outdid herself when we caught her reading "A Bad Case of Stripes" today. Excellent work, Ms. Yerkish!
National Substitute Educators Day is observed on November 18. Please join us in expressing our gratitude to our substitute teachers for stepping in to support our schools and the instruction of our students.
The Kindness Crew from Summit Intermediate visited Etiwanda Colony to assist Mrs. Adams and her fourth-graders with weeding and seeding their garden.
Congratulations to Falcon Ridge Elementary School for receiving a generous donation from Burlington Coat Factory and AdoptAClassroom.org. We are certain their teachers are excited to purchase supplies for their classrooms and students.
Rancho Cucamonga is developing a plan to improve walking, biking, and rolling access across the city. Community feedback received will help guide the development of this plan. Scan the QR Code to take the survey, or go to https://publicinput.com/connectrc
to access it online.
What is your favorite mode of exercise? Did you know we had 800 runners participate in the E3 Fun Run just a few weeks ago? Way to go, Etiwanda! #wellnesswednesday