The law clearly states that all students need to be in school. The exceptions are for illness, and family emergencies. This does not include vacations or out of town trips. Also, please try to make ...more
Homework and the Common Core Standards
As teachers begin to implement the new strategies for learning, there may be some changes in what you see for homework. The Common Core Standards ask students to ...more
The office receives many calls from parents wanting to tell their children who will pick them up or whether they should walk home. We are committed to protecting instructional classroom time. The office staff will take your message, but will not put your call through to your child's classroom. Teachers usually pick up their messages at recess or lunch. Please have a standard plan with your children upon what they should do upon their dismissal. Please make every attempt to discuss after school arrangements with your child, before they come to school. Thank you!
* Assist your child, but don't do the work for them. Don't answer the question for your child. Homework is a way to help your child learn to be independent.
* Stay in touch with your child's teacher. Ask their teacher what you can do to help your child.
* Help your child learn to manage their time. Set a regular time for homework each day.
* Have your child read aloud to you every night. As you read together, stop and ask questions.
This year, we have redeveloped Dove Hill's Student Pride Program. This program recognizes students who exhibit strong positive character traits. In an effort to stem bullying and inappropriate ...more
February Fairness, Play by the rules, Take turns and Share, Be Opened Minded, Listen to Others, Don't take advantage of others, Don't blame others carelessly.
Kindergarten - Allyson Rivera, Shirley Le, Tran Bao
1st Grade - Sakshi Raichard, Vincent Stevens, Charaninder Ghuman
2nd Grade - Jackson Ortega-Jung, Amy Vo, April Gonzalez
3rd Grade - Sarah Son, Kim Bailey, Kasey Nguyen
4th Grade - Cristina Lopez, Nathaniel Rodgers, Flora Talavera, Hersimar Kaur, Javier Alvarez, Prabhyjot Sohol
5th Grade - Arlene Robles, Demetrio Kelly, Vincent Chen, Eva Dang, Vicky Huynh, Eric Do
6th Grade - Destiny Rios, Alec Saure, Herman Kambow, Minh Pham, Davin Norn, Maria Villegas
Through School Accountability Report Cards (SARC), California public schools annually provide information about themselves to the community allowing the public to evaluate and compare schools for student achievement, environment, resources and demographics. School Accountability Report Cards for all Evergreen Schools can be found at www.eesd.org under the "Schools" tab. A copy may be requested by contacting the school office.
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