No School on Monday, May 26th / Memorial Day – Enjoy the Weekend!
Madera News & Events
- Farmer’s Market
Friday, May 23, 2014
Dismissal – 3:30 | Garden
- State of the School: Reflection and Vision with Principal Makela
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
7:00pm | Multipurpose Room
Ever wondered what the various groups are at our school and how it all fits? Come find out next Wednesday as we discuss Madera, where we’ve come and where we’re going.
- Canyon Trail Park Playdate for Incoming Kindergarteners (PDF)
Friday, May 30th, 2014
5:30pm – 7:00pm
- ME! News / May 26th Edition (PDF)
- Yearbook Ordering Has Closed
The last day for ordering yearbooks was May 16th; we are no longer accepting orders. Yearbooks will be distributed to the classes during the last week of school. If you missed the deadline for ordering and would like a yearbook please send me a message and I will put your name on a waiting list. Should there be any leftover books after distribution I will contact you directly. -Patty
- Ms. Cetrone’s (6th grade) Donors Choose Project: Using Technology to Explore Science
- Ohlone Greenway Fun Day
Saturday, May 31st, 2014 | 9:00am – 1:00pm
Celebrate the re-opening of the recently renovated Ohlone Greenway, a 3.7 mile multi-use trail that runs the length of El Cerrito. With a focus on fitness and healthy living, the event will include activities so community members of all ages and fitness levels can participate. There will also be a mini-festival with entertainment, bike activities, hands-on activities for kids and informational booths.
Saturday, May 31st, 2014 | 2:30pm – 4:00pm
El Cerrito Community Center
Come rock out with your friends and family all while raising funds for the David Hunter Memorial Youth Scholarship Fund which helps our students in our After School Enrichment and Recreation Programs. There will be FREE refreshments and a raffle and silent auction for artwork, summer camps, gift certificates and more!
- 2014 City of El Cerrito & WorldOne 4th of July Festival Needs Your Support!
Volunteers are essential for creating a memorable community event. At the end of the day, once the music stops and the clean-up is done, you will feel a warm glow, a sense of community, a belonging to something bigger than oneself and a good night’s sleep. The 4th of July festival provides an opportunity for people to contribute to creating a sense of place by serving their community and volunteering their time.
To become a volunteer or to sign-up your organization for fundraising, please complete the 4th of July Volunteer Application and email it to Vivian Brandt by Monday, June 9th. Please contact Vivian with questions regarding volunteering or fundraising at (510) 559-7007.
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