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Free Breakfast and Lunch | Desayuno y Almuerzo Gratuito

Free Breakfast and Lunch
for all children
18 years old and under.

 

Location: Spruce Elementary School
501 Spruce Avenue, SSF
Monday – Friday:  

Breakfast 7:45 AM – 9:00 AM

Lunch 11:45 AM – 1... Continue
Posted by: District Webmaster
Published: 4/8/15

School Calendar | Calendario Escolar
 


   
       
           
           The CA Department of Education has recently confirmed our school closure days on December 11th and 12th, 2014, as valid emergency days. This means that although school was cancelled for those t... Continue
Posted by: District Webmaster
Published: 4/2/15

Run for Schools 5 K Registration
 

Saturday, May 2nd at 9:00 am

South San Francisco High School

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Posted by: District Webmaster
Published: 1/21/15

FREE Shuttle Service!

The new South City Shuttle provides free service around South San Francisco, with trips to local stores, senior center, libraries, city hall and parks. The shuttle provides transit connections with SamTrans and BART.

This free shuttle is open to the general public and is wheelchair accessible.

To Learn More, Click Here

 

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Martin School Title One Family Partnership

Principal For The Day, Isaac Davalos, Coordinator of the Boys and Girls Club at Paradise Park

Lt. Carlino was Principal for the Day on March 8th.  He is a police officer with the South San Francisco Police Department. Lt. Carlino did announcements for Meteor Leaders of the Week, visited classrooms, visited the book fair and spoke to students on the playground.  He had a busy day!

Principal of the Day is an important tradition at Martin School.  It gives us an opportunity to recognize and celebrate community based companies and supports that help us make a positive difference.  

Mr. Isaac Davalos, Coordinator of the Boys and Girls Club at Paradise Park was our Principal of the Day on February 26th.  Mr. Davalos and the Boys and Girls Club team have closely collaborated with the Martin School family to make sure our students are successful at the Boys and Girls Club program and that students understand and complete their homework.

Mr. Davalos had a great time!  He made announcements, visited classrooms, and supervised recess with Dr. Wood.  Mr. Davalos got to see our 5th grade class working on our lap tops  and was able to discuss the importance of the 4C's of collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and communication with our students.  Mr. Davalos also visited our third grade class and discussed career readiness skills.  Thank you Mr. Davalos for visiting Martin to celebrate our hard work!  Thank you Boys and Girls Club for all of your support!

Emergency Water

STUDENT ALLERGIES

We have many students that have been diagnosed with severe allergies to common things such as peanuts, fish, tree nuts, milk, gluten, grass, bee stings, etc. Allergic reactions range from mild skin irritation to anaphylactic shock. Peanuts and tree nuts produce the strongest reactions for our students. Staff personnel have taken steps to keep our students as safe as possible while they are at school, but once again we are asking for assistance form our community. Please screen the items that you send with your child for snack and/or lunch - even trace amounts of the above items can have very serious consequences. We appreciate your assistance in helping to keep our environment as safe as possible for all of our students.

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Martin 2015-2016 School Year

Registration Hours

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

 

Family Stories

Family Stories - Cuentos Familiares, is a free program for Martin School families through the Latino Literacy Project.  This wonderful program is led by Miss Summers, a third grade teacher, and Miss Delia, a bilingual instructional assistant.  20 Martin School families are able to attend Family Stories - Cuentos Familiares.

This 10 week program will be held every Thursday from 2:45 to 4:15 in Room 16.  The program will begin Thursday, January 15th, and will end on Thursday, March 26th.  Students and parents will attend together to share the experience!  There will be 9 fun weeks of reading, learning, and art!  On the last week, we will have a potluck party to celebrate our hard work and accomplishments.

Throughout the program of Family Stories - Cuentos Familiares, we will read many bilingual children's books that you will share with your children for a week.  Participants of the program will learn important reading skills to help improve their child/children's reading development.  Also, participants of the program will make a family photo album that they will keep after the program ends.

If you are interested, please complete the registration form by Friday, January 9th.  The form is online or in the office.  Please return the form to your child's teacher OR directly to Miss Summers or Miss Delia.  Thank you for supporting your child's learning!

Click here for the Family Stories - Cuentos Familiares Letter

Family Stories Letter

Click here for the Family Stories - Cuentos Familiares Permission Slip

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Calif. common core state standards

Martin School is ready for 2014-2015 shift to the new Common Core State Standards. California is part of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.  Nearly all of the public schools in the USA will be teaching using the same common set of standards.  Click here to learn more!
 
 
 
 
 

Martin Safety Patrol with Mr. Goodman, School Board President

Martin Safety Patrol with Mr. Goodman, School Board President

Martin's Beautiful Garden

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Thank you! Mrs. Walton our Secretary for the beautiful garden and shrubs by the first grade classroom.  The greenery makes our school welcoming!

****ATTENDANCE MATTERS****

HELP YOUR CHILD SUCCEED IN SCHOOL:

BUILD THE HABIT OF GOOD ATTENDANCE

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School Calendar

Today: 4/27/15

Special Points of Interest:

April 22nd - Special Board Meeting @District Office Board Room 7:00 PM

April 23rd - Board Meeting @ Westborough Middle School 7:00 PM

April 24th - Progress Reports Go Home

May 2nd - Run for Schools, District 5K

May 4th - Giants Game

May 4th - May 8th- Week of the Teacher

May 5th - Day of the Teacher

May 6th - Community Forum - Measure J, 6:00 PM cafeteria

May 7th - Board Meeting

May 12th - DELAC at Ponderosa 6:30-8:00 PM

May 6th - Early Release

May 21st - Board Meeting 

May 25th - Day Off

May 27th - Promotion

May 28th - Last Day of School

 

**For all Other Dates, Check the Newsletter and Phone Messages**


MARTIN'S SPIRIT DAY "Twin Day"

Ms. Tejeda, Dr. Wood, Ms. Walton, Ms. Flores

Ms. Tejeda, Dr. Wood, Ms. Walton, Ms. Flores

WE ARE SCORING GOALS WITH THE 100 BOOK CHALLENGE!

100 Book Challenge!

We are a TEAM, Together, We can Score the GOAL of ALL Students Reading 100 Books!

Our 100 Book Challenge Reading Program has started. When every student in the school has read 100 books, we will have a school wide party.

Bullying and Hate-Motivated Behavior Prevention Information

SAFETY NOTICE

Your child's safety is our number one priority! PLEASE help us keep you and your child safe by making sure you always use the cross walk when attempting to cross the street. Please watch our Safety Patrol and cross the street when the Safety Patrol signals that it is safe.

We know it is very difficult to enter and exit our parking lot at peak times and we ask that reserved parking is left for our staff and that you park on the street if you are volunteering or visiting our school. 

Thank you for your continued support!


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