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Summer

Meal Applications


 

Meal applications, also known as "school lunches", are available NOW!

 

Applications are accepted at Food Services (15959 E. Gale Avenue, City of Industry) or online. 

 

Please visit www.schoollunchapp.com to register. 

 

Click here to access the food services menu.

 

You may pay for school lunches at www.myschoolbucks.com or call (855) 832-5226 for assistance.

 


 

Calendar of Events

Date Event/Time Location

2/14 to

2/21

Parent Conference Week

Minimum Days-

All Week

K-3 @ 1:05

4th/5th @ 1:10

6th-8th @12:46

2/14 TK/ Kinder Packets available Front Office
2/15 to 4/26

Algebra Academy

7th & 8th Grade Students

Mondays & Wednesdays

Rm. 28
2/27

Color Run

Middle School 

Middle School

6th-8th

2/28 Kinder Round-up Mesa Front Office
3/1

Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)

5:30 PM

La Puente Conference Room

HLPUSD District Office

3/2

Spring Portraits by

Cantrell Photography

714-526-3540

No pre-orders

K-8
3/10 ELAC 8:30 am K-8 Cafeteria
3/18

Parent University

7:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Willow Adult School
4/3-4/7

Spring Break-

No School

K-8
4/14 No School K-8
4/21 ELAC 8:30 am K-8 Cafeteria
4/26 SSC/SDM 2:45 pm K-8 Library

Spring Parent Conference Week

 

Spring Parent Conference Week  Feb. 14th- 21st

 

Minimum Day Schedule Dismissal 

K- 3 @ 1:05 

4-5  @ 1:10  

6-8  @ 12:46

 

            Middle School Schedule 


 

 

 

 

TDAP for incoming 7th grade

Current 6th grade students will need to submit Tdap proof before entering 7th grade for the 2017-2018 school year.

 

All students entering, advancing or transferring into 7th grade will need proof of an adolescent whooping cough booster immunization (called “Tdap”) before starting school. This requirement applies to all public and private schools. The requirement was signed into law in 2010. 

 

The Tdap requirement affects all incoming 7th grade students in California, so it’s important to avoid the back-to-school rush and to get our children vaccinated now. Tell other parents with children in the 6th grade about the requirement and encourage them to schedule the shot early, before summer. 

 

http://www.shotsforschool.org/7th-grade/

 

HLPUSD Information Flyer- English

HLPUSD Information Flyer- Spanish

Parent University Symposium 2017

Parent University Symposium 3/18/17

 

All Parents are invited to our Parent University Symposium on March 18, 2017 from 7:30am-12:00 pm.

There will be a variety of workshops on: Technology, Math, Science Standards, STEAM, and more.

 

The Parent University Symposium will be held:

Date: March 18, 2017

Time: 7:30am- 12:00 p.m.

Location: Willow Adult School: 14101 E. Nelson. La Puente, CA 91746

 

For more information: Please call:

Helene Cunningham (626) 933-4301

Kathy Meade (626) 933-4342

 

Parent University Flyer 2017

Algebra Academy

Algebra Academy

7th & 8th Grade students

February 15, 2017 to April 28, 2017

Mondays and Wednesdays, from 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Room 28

 

Your student’s Algebra Academy class will soon begin studying an Algebra Unit in order to prepare for the high school Integrated Math courses and Advanced Math courses.  This is a great after school opportunity provided by the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District. Our district goal is to ensure that all students are prepared for the transition from middle school mathematics into high school advanced mathematics, which are more rigorous.  Students will practice many different algebra and geometry skills which include solving equations, graphing linear equations, solving systems of equations, and making connections to real-world math problems. Furthermore, students will be learning more about the 8 Standards of Mathematical Practice, which are essential in the new California State Math Standards.

 

Space is limited. 

 

Algebra Academy permission Slip

 

Algebra Academy Flyer 

 

Middle School Color Run

Color Run on Postponed until Monday, Feb. 27th 

 

Important dates:

Feb 1st -

  • First day to turn in flat pledges ( cash & checks). 

 

Feb. 9th- 

  • Last day to turn-in flat pledges
  • All online pledges are due- per lap and online flat pledges

Thank you for supporting our school! 

Go Mustangs! 

4th/5th Grade Basketball Tryouts

Basketball Tryouts for 4th/5th grade will be on Friday, January 20th @ 2:35 until about 3:30.

If it is raining, tryouts will be postponed until Monday, January 23rd.  If it is raining on Monday,

tryouts will be postponed until, Tuesday, January 24th.  

 

Please make sure to read and complete the attached Basketball tryout form.

 

Elementary Basketball Tryout Form.pdf

Open Enrollment

Little Caesars Pizza Kits Fundraiser

LITTLE CAESAR'S PIZZA FUNDRAISER!!!

Order Online or through your student's flyer. 

 

ONLINE ORDERS

Order online using our Fundraiser ID: 326184

 

Here is the link to purchase kits online.  NOTE: UPS does charge $12.50/ per kit when they deliver direct to their home.  Send kits to Mesa Robles group’s delivery to help add to the school's total kits sold as a group.

 

        http://www.pizzakit.com/fundraising-products?shop=1&f=326184&s=142293

 

Deadline for online orders is January 20, 2017 EST.

 

Click below for the fundraiser flyer

Little Caesars Pizza Kit.pdf

HLPUSD Citizens Bond Oversight Committee

*** Applications due January 20th***

The district is taking applications from community members who are interested in the committee. Application available at the district website.  Click on the link below for more information.

http://www.hlpschools.org/news/view?d=x&id=1482224159605&group_id=1379140869497&return_url=1483553477304

Local Control and Accountability (LCAP) Survey: Your feedback wanted (Survey Links Included)

** Survey Closes January 25, 2017**

 

Greetings! The HLPUSD is surveying parents, staff members, and community members to learn more about your perceptions and experiences with HLPUSD. Specifically, we hope to gather feedback on the district's LCAP goals, such as current performances, areas for improvement, and future goals.

 

We hope that you will participate in this survey. Your feedback is essential, and will help HLPUSD improve programs and services to students, families, employees, and community members. 

 

We appreciate your participation! Please click the link below to begin.

 

Student Survey link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3137766/student

 

Staff Survey link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3137766/staff

 

Parent Survey (English): http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3137766/parents-english

 

Parent Survey (Spanish): http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3137766/parents-spanish

 

Parent Survey (Mandarin): http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3137766/parents-mandarin

AVID Application for Wilson High Elective


 

AVID is an support elective course for students who are intent on improving their ability to successfully handle college preparatory courses and, ultimately, reach their college and career dreams. Students are expected to be working at grade level in ELA and Math and have the abilities and aspirations for advancement; AVID is not a remediation program.

 

Students may download the application file online immediately, pick up a copy during Open House at Wilson on January 5, 2017 , or obtain one from their school office beginning January 9, 2017.  All instructions and deadlines are on the document.   Students may follow the instructions to email the applications or submit applications before the deadline or they can turn them into Wilson counselors during freshmen registration.  Applications are due during freshmen registration, as follows:

 

Jan. 25 Mesa Robles

 

Click below for:

AVID application 2017-18.pdf

Glen A. Wilson Pre-IB Admission Application 2017

Due on or before January 27,2017

Turn-in to Mesa Robles Middle School Counselor

Click on this link for an application Wilson Pre-IB Application.pdf

 


 


Please continue to send in Box Tops by

February 24, 2017. 

Middle School Students turn-in to 1st period.

Elementary turn-in to teacher.  

Thank you for supporting our school! 

Middle School Yearbook on Sale Now!

Early Bird Yearbook Special for Middle School Students only.

 

The first 200 students who purchase a yearbook will receive a free drawstring bag.

 

$40.00 until March 1, 2017

 

Middle School Yearbook order form

 

REMIND APP

Mesa Robles is excited to announce that we will begin using the REMIND app as another way to communicate important information to our parents! REMIND allows us to send messages to our parents via text messaging so you are able to receive notifications anywhere, anytime! All you need to do is follow the steps below to enroll and start receiving message:

  1. Text message to 81010 the following message:
  2. Mesa Robles Elementary (Grades K-5): @mesaelem
  3. Mesa Robles Middle (Grades 6-8): @mesamiddle

  4. Wait for confirmation text that you are registered, follow the directions prompted in the text message.

If you have students in more than one grade-level, follow the above steps for each. It's that easy!

 

 

 

 


 

Calendar

Today: 2/25/17
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HLPUSD'S 7 District Goals

1. Continuum of Cognitive Rigor – Depth of Knowledge

  • Instruction and assessment at all Depth of Knowledge levels
  • Students engage in cross-curricular learning activities and integrated performance tasks that embed the 3 R’s: 

Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships

2. Literacy in All Content Areas

  • Reading and writing strategies taught in all content areas
  • Appropriately complex and rigorous reading material in all classes
  • Students respond to questions, citing evidence from text
  • Students write argumentative and informative essays, citing evidence from text and additional resources

 

3. Mathematics for Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Fluency

  • Essential Learning Standards
  • Explicit connection to the 8 Math Practice Standards
  • Students engage in performance tasks and assessments to demonstrate a progression of mathematical skills & reasoning

4. Instructional Lesson Design reflects the 4 C’s: Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Communication, & Creativity

  • Collaborative Structures
  • Layers of Facilitation
  • Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR)
  • Next Generation Learning
  • Essential Understanding and Questions

 

5. Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)

  • Equity and Access
  • Behavioral and Academic RtI
  • Onboarding
  • Restorative Practices

 

6. Career Technical Education Pathways (CTE)

  • College and Career Readiness (CCR) exploration and preparation
  • Instruction emphasizes 21st Century workplace skills:
    • 7 Survival Skills: Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Adaptability, Entrepreneurship, Communication, Accessing Information, Creativity

 

7. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math (STEAM)

  • Integration of STEAM in Math/Science instruction to prepare students for college and career success in STEAM fields

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