Cobb Mountain Elementary School
Cobb, CA 95426
Volume No. XXVII Issue No. 9
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
UPCOMING EVENTS TO NOTE:
MON.-FRI., APR. 23-MAY 4 – GDS. 2-6, STAR
TUE., MAY 8 – WEISS FIELD TRIP, PUTAH
CREEK, MIDDLETOWN – 9:30 AM-1:30 PM
WED., MAY 9 – WEISS FIELD TRIP, SNOOPY
ICE RINK, SANTA ROSA
WED., MAY 9 – DENTAL SEALANT CLINIC
(FREE) FOR PRE-SCREENED STUDENTS
8:45 AM-2:00 PM
WED., MAY 9 – SCHOOL BOARD MTG., 7:00 PM –
COYOTE VALLEY ELEMENTARY MULTI-USE
FRI., MAY 11 – VOLUNTEER TEA, 8:00 AM
WED., MAY 16 – OPEN HOUSE: CHORAL
PERFORMANCE 5:00 PM, BBQ 5:30 PM,
CLASSROOMS OPEN 6:00-7:00 PM
TH., MAY 17 – DIAZ, ALLEN, HEYWOOD
FIELD TRIP, SAFARI WEST IN SANTA ROSA
FRI., MAY 18 – HEYWOOD WALKING FIELD
TRIP TO DABNEY FAMILY BBQ
MON., MAY 21 – GEOGRAPHY BEE
TUE., MAY 22 – RECYCLE & STUDENT
COUNCIL REWARD WALKING FIELD TRIP
TO MRS. NELSONS
TUE., MAY 22 – HEALTH & WELLNESS MTG.
2:00 PM – ROOM 8
WED., MAY 23 – KINDERGARTEN PLAY –
WED., MAY 23 – MATH & WORDMASTERS
ASSEMBLY, 2:00 PM – MULTI-USE
TH., MAY 24 – MATH & WORDMASTERS FIELD
TRIP – JELLYSTONE PARK, COBB
FRI., MAY 25 – ALLEN, HEYWOOD, LEONARD
FIELD TRIP TO KELSEYVILLE OBSERVATORY,
POST OFFICE & PARK
FRI., MAY 25 – GOLD RUSH DAY
MON., MAY 28 – MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY –
TUE., MAY 29 – 6TH GRADE CLASS PICNIC –
JELLYSTONE PARK, COBB
TUE., MAY 29 – FITNESS DAY
WED., MAY 30 – MINIMUM DAY, GDS. 1-6
1:10 PM DISMISSAL AFTER LUNCH
WED., MAY 30 – 6TH GRADE PROMOTION,
6:00 PM – MULTI-USE
TH., MAY 31 – MINIMUM DAY, GDS. 1-6
1:10 PM DISMISSAL AFTER LUNCH
FRI., JUNE 1 – MINIMUM DAY, GDS. 1-6
1:10 PM DISMISSAL AFTER LUNCH & LAST
DAY OF SCHOOL
WED., JUNE 20 – SCHOOL BOARD MTG., 7:00 PM
WED., JULY 18 – SCHOOL BOARD MTG., 7:00 PM
WED., AUGUST 8 – SCHOOL BOARD MTG., 7:00
PM – MIDDLETOWN MULTI-USE
WED., AUGUST 22 – SCHOOL BOARD MTG., 7:00
PM – MIDDLETOWN MULTI-USE
TUE., AUGUST 14 – SCHOOL RESUMES
COBB SCHOOL’S NUMBER ONE STUDENT
Loric Phillips, 6th grade, was recognized at a recent School Board meeting as Cobb School’s Number One Student for April. Loric is an all around good student. He’s strong in all subjects especially in grammar and spelling where he’s always one of the best. What really stands out about Loric, though, is that he’s truly a good, kind person. He’s genuinely thoughtful and tries to be the best person he can. Loric takes his education very serious and has high expectations for himself. He is part of the valet parking service Cobb offers, where he’s polite and helpful. Loric represents Cobb School in a very positive way.
OPEN HOUSE WED., MAY 16
Please plan to join us for an enjoyable evening Wednesday, May 16:
ϖ 5:00 PM – Student Choral Performances on the “Map” Area
ϖ 5:30 PM – BBQ Opens
ϖ Book Fair Open, Library
ϖ 6:00 – 7:00 PM – Classrooms Open
Please pay any cafeteria charges that are owed. After May 18, lunch may not be served to any student who still owes money. Thank You.
Wednesday, May 23, 11:00 AM Multi-Use Room
Family and friends are invited to attend 6th Grade Promotion - Wednesday, May 30, 6:00 PM – Multi-Use Room
MINIMUM DAYS WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY – MAY 30, 31, & JUNE 1
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, May 30, 31, and June 1, will be minimum days. School dismissal will be at 1:10 PM, after lunch, for grades 1-6. Busses will arrive approximately 2 hours earlier at bus stops. Kindergarten dismissal is at 12:25 PM, as usual.
SPRING IS HERE—DRESS CODE REMINDER
The good weather is on its way and students will begin to dress accordingly. Please make sure that students are dressed appropriately for school.
Dress that tends to disrupt class or contribute to a safety hazard is prohibited. Students are not permitted to wear the following types of clothing to school: short shorts or skirts, shoulder less shirts or blouses, blouses with bare midriffs, halters, tube tops, tank tops, see-through mesh garments, spaghetti strap tops, clothing with inappropriate logos, open back shoes, flip flops, high heels or shoes with tall platform soles.
LOST AND FOUND
HELP! Our lost and found is overflowing with students’ shirts, jackets, various clothing items, backpacks and lunch boxes. Please check behind the door to the right of the stage in the multi-use room for any lost articles. (Small items i.e., wallets, watches, etc. can be claimed in the office). All items will be donated to a charitable organization after school closes for the summer.
FILE INTER-INTRA DISTRICT TRANSFERS FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR NOW
Families residing out of district or out of the attendance area within district and plan for their child to attend Cobb Elementary next school year, need to file an Interdistrict or Intradistrict Transfer for the 2012-2013 school year as soon as possible.
PLEASE NOTIFY THE OFFICE IF YOUR CHILD WILL NOT BE ATTENDING COBB MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEXT YEAR. It is most helpful in scheduling class assignments for next year. Thank you.
BRICK OVEN SUPPORTS COBB SCHOOL
Bring the family! Every Thursday, $2.00 of every large pizza sold will be donated to Cobb School to help with school supplies.
The Brick Oven recently presented a check to Cobb School for $158.00, which were the proceeds from Thursday large pizza sales from the month of March!! Thank you parents/guardians and the Brick Oven for your ongoing support and generosity!
COLTS FOOTBALL & CHEER AWARDS
Colts Football and Cheer Awards will take place this Sunday, May 6, 2:00 PM, on the MHS football field. Bring all your gear!
MHS POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL GAME AND “CHEATING DAYLIGHT” FREE CONCERT AFTERWARDS
Middletown High School presents the MHS Powder Puff Football Game, Lady Freshman/Seniors vs. Lady Sophomores/Juniors, end-of-school-year bash, at MHS Foltmer Field, Friday, May 18, 6:30 PM, admission $5.00.
Afterwards, at 8:30 PM, there will be a FREE concert by Cheating Daylight, the Los Angeles Music Awards 2011 Power Pop Band of the Year, open to all ages, and featuring our own Jacob and Connor Gill (former Cobb students) on guitar!
SWIM LESSONS OFFERED
Cobb School’s staff member, Suzanne Phelps, will once again be offering Swim Lessons at the Summit Recreation Pool, here on Cobb. There will be two sessions offered: July 9, through July 20, and July 23, through August 3. To register and/or for more information, please contact Suzanne Phelps, WSI (Water Safety Instructor), at 928-4468.
MUSTANG BASKETBALL CAMP
GIRLS: Grades 2-6 (2012-13), Tallman Gym, Middletown High School, June 4-8, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Cost: $60.00 – Questions – call Tony Hart, 987-4140 ext. 4060.
GIRLS: Grades 7-10 (2012-13), Tallman Gym, Middletown High School, June 4-7, 6:00-8:00 PM. Cost: $60.00 – Questions – call Tony Hart, 987-4140 ext. 4060.
STUDENTS OF THE WEEK 4/16/12
AMMALANI BALL – MRS. NELSON
CHERISH KROHN – MS. DIAZ
GRACELYNN COAKLEY – MRS. ALLEN
ZAMORA ROGERS – MRS. HEYWOOD
ASHUR KING – MR. LEONARD
ALYSSA GRAY – MR. WEISS
ZAHANN CLINE – MRS. FERGUSON
GRACIEJEAN CANFIELD – MRS. LIOTTA
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