Parents, this is a reminder to come by the curb side tables to return devices, library books, text books from 11:00-12:00 today through Friday.
The Box Tops for Education program continues to make contributions to our school. Now, in addition to clipping the symbol off of products, you can use your phone to scan receipts. Learn more about this at: https://www.boxtops4education.com/How%20To%20Earn
If you ordered an elementary school yearbook or a Spring Picture Package, you can pick it up tomorrow, Tuesday, May 19 between 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. Unless it is raining or windy, Mrs. Ball and I will be stationed at a table near the elementary school gate. You can stop at the curb, give me your child's name and grade, and we will hand your yearbook and/or pictures to you through the vehicle window. Then you can pull forward to the grab-n-go lunch table.
Trona School District understands the hardships that social distancing can be on our students. We wanted to come up with a fun way to still keep in touch while we are demonstrating social distancing to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible. Below is a list of Spirit Days that our students and staff can participate in. We ask that you take videos or photos of each spirit day and send the emails to Erik firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Soto email@example.com will then post the photos to our website and to Mrs. Ball firstname.lastname@example.org, to be posted on the elementary Facebook page. We look forward to seeing all the fun things you come up with on these days! Monday: “Get out of bed day” (Photos or short videos will focus on things we do when we first wake up.) Tuesday: “TJUSD Staff” (TJUSD Staff will be taking photos of videos of their day to day life inside their new classroom with their new co-workers.) Wednesday: “Regular Spirit Day” (dress up) Thursday: “Dance Challenge” (Videos of you and your family doing different tick-tock dances.) Friday: “Build Offs” (Show off your creativity through different challenges.) Monday, May 18th: Celebrate National no Dirty dishes day. Take photos of your clean sink Tuesday, May 19th: How do you relax? Wednesday, May 20th: Celebrate you day (show off how you would like to be celebrated) Thursday, May 21st: All I want for Christmas is you Plot Twist dance Friday, May 22nd: Create your own game and show off playing it Tuesday, May 26th: Dress up like your parents Wednesday, May 27th: Beach Day Thursday, May 28th: I’ve been tic tocking dance challenge Friday, May 29th: GO BIG BLUE Show off Trona Pride
Two quick announcemnts Beginning Monday, May 18, school lunches will be served between 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. The Food Commodities will be distributed Friday, May 15th from 8:30 A.M. - 10:30 A.M. at the Trona Senior Center.
Elementary School yearbooks and Spring Photos can be picked up on Monday, May 18 between 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. Unless it is raining or windy, Mrs. Ball and Ms. Laird will be stationed at a table near the elementary school gate. You can stop at the curb, give them your child's name and grade, and they will hand the your yearbook and/or pictures to you through the vehicle window. Then you can pull forward to the grab-n-go lunch table.
The elementary school spring picture packages have arrived. Mrs. Laird will be distributing pictures on Friday, May 8 and on Monday May 11 between 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM. Unless it is raining or windy, Mrs. Laird will be stationed at a table near the elementary school gate. You can stop at the curb, give her your child's name and grade, and she will hand the picture packets to you through the vehicle window. Then you can pull forward to the grab-n-go lunch table. If these days and times are not convenient for you, please email Mrs. Laird, email@example.com, to make other arrangements.
If you have children at home working without internet. Please email Mr. Wolfe as soon as possible. After April 13th, all student work will be internet base. Please email Mr. Wolfe today at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 760-372-2824
Dear Trona School District Families: At this time there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Bernardino County and Kern County. We are following guidance provided by the California Department of Education, California Department of Public Health and local public health officials. We have decided to cancel/postpone all upcoming events up until April 13th. These events include sporting events, banquets, field trips, pep rallies, club activities, staff conferences, and any other school related events. These policies will be effective immediately. We will align our actions with Kern County Health Department, Sierra Sands Unified School District, and upper desert Districts of San Bernardino County. The District will be preparing to deliver education to our students at home in the event of a closure if this becomes necessary. Today the Governor’s office will be releasing further information and as this develops we will continue to update our District. We will provide information regarding this situation as it becomes available and do our best to update everyone weekly. The following additional events are postponed/modified: Elementary: Parent/Teacher Conferences will now be held over the phone March 23-27. Your child will bring home a packet with any evaluation/test, anything pertinent to your child's academic progress. You will be able to view this packet while speaking to his/her teacher. The Awards Assembly on March 31st will include only students and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. However, we still want to recognize your child's academic success. High School: SARB Meeting scheduled for March 19th will still continue, but will now take place by telephone. If you have received a letter to attend SARB on March 19th, please make sure the school has an updated phone number before March 19th. MORP Dance scheduled for March 27th is canceled. The basketball and cheer banquet scheduled for March 20th is postponed. District The ALICE Parent meeting that was scheduled for March 26th will be canceled and rescheduled at a later date. Students will continue to do the monthly drills. The Alice evacuation drill that was scheduled for April 3rd will be postponed and rescheduled at a later date.
Hello Parents and Guardians of Trona Elementary. We are excited about the start of school. Attached you will find the new school map detailing student drop off for the Elementary School and the school entrance. Please remember the elementary students need to be dropped off at 7:30 AM and not before. The reason for this is because we want the Elementary students to arrive when the High School students start their classes at 7:30 AM. Staff will have assigned areas, for example, the sidewalks to guide the students safely to the Elementary entrance. We hope that this will avoid any possible interactions. Please be aware that on Tuesday we will be going over the earthquake procedures and having an earthquake drill on Wednesday at 10 o’clock. In addition, we will also have crisis counselors here at the school for any students that may need them (trauma from the earthquake). Wednesday, September 4thwe will be having “Back to School Night” from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Please arrive on time. We will be having you on a bell schedule. A flyer will be going out on Tuesday. Thank you so much for your patience. If you have any questions please email Joseph Wolfe at email@example.com.
Due to the recent earthquakes and the damages done to the high school campus, school will start for both schools Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at the elementary campus.
This is a message from Searles Domestic Water Company: While crew are repairing water mains and restoring service, please conserve water as much as possible. Please share this information with friends and family.
Trona teachers are training to use thrillshare!
Trona teachers are training on thrillshare.
Parent / teacher conference letters will be sent home March 11.
Progress Reports will be mailed home this Friday
Who has some ideas that will help make our campus look more appealing? Ms. Kimber is starting a campus “Beautification Club” that will be doing projects around campus like painting rocks, murals, gardening etc. The club will be meeting in A4 on Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch. There will be a sign-up sheet in the office for those who are interested. The first meeting will be next Tuesday.
The second quarter ends this Friday. Report cards will be mailed out Friday, January 25th
Loma Linda Dental Screenings will be tomorrow for all K-6 students
Little League baseball, softball and t-ball Signups tomorrow at 5:00pm at the football field snackbar
Dental screening papers will be sent out on Tuesday, January 8th and the screenings are the following day. All students K-6 will be screened unless you return or email the following form https://5il.co/610e to Angie Ball at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include students name and parents name and contact information.
Bus time changes for TK and Preschool students ONLY Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019 the kindergarten students will be staying all day. TK students will remain on the same 11:15 dismissal time. Due to this change, the bus drop off times will be earlier than normal. Thank you for your patient with this change. The first couple weeks will be an adjustment.
Student Council is selling Candy Cane grams for .50 in room B3 during recess from now until Friday, December 21 st
Spark of Love signup sheet is the HSO, if you know anyone who would want to participate please come get a signup sheet.
The Elk's Canned Food Drive winners are…..Mr. McGirr’s 4th graders!
Have a great break everyone! We will see you again Monday, November 26th!!
6th Grade Boys Basketball there will be practice on Monday @ 6:30-7:30 p.m. even though it is a holiday. You need to have your sports physical completed BEFORE you can practice.
Have fun on your trip to Death Valley 4th and 5th graders!!
Don’t forget we are still collecting canned food for the Trona Elks, to help Trona families in need. Last day to bring them in is next Friday. The class that brings in the most will win a pizza party
November is the month of giving thanks. We should all be grateful for what we have. Let’s add to it and let the people around us know how grateful we are of them by sending them a Grateful Gram. We will be selling Grateful grams for .50 each in room B3 during morning and lunch recess from now until Nov. 30 th .
There will be an Awards Assembly today at 9:30!
Report Card will be mailed home tomorrow.
6th grade field trip to the Maturango Museum is tomorrow.
Students may wear a costume tomorrow, but NO face paint, weapons, masks, etc.
Picture Retakes will be November 1st
Have fun today going to the California Science Center 5th & 6th graders!
6th grade boys interested in playing basketball can sign up in the Elementary Office.
Tomorrow is Blue & White Day. Wear Blue & White to show your Trona Pride!
The Elks is sponsoring an essay contest, “What Makes You Proud of America.” Contest is open to students in grades 5 & 6. Essay maximum is 300 words and due Friday, Dec. 7.
Grading period ends tomorrow. Report cards will be mailed out Friday, Nov. 2.
Student Council is selling Boo Grams in room B3 during 9:00 recess and lunch recess. The cost is .50 per gram. Students may send them to other students and staff at both the elementary and high school. Parents are welcome to come to the office and send them to students. Sales will continue from now to Oct. 31 st .
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