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Check out the weekly student/parent bulletin for the latest news and information for the week of 10/23/17.


The Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program is gearing up to provide Christmas for low-income children in El Dorado County, between the ages of infant to 13.

Applications are available at schools in El Dorado County, starting November 6th through November 16th. Families will be notified of time to pick up toys at registration.  For families that miss registration, there will be a designated time slot on Dec 17th at 4pm to request toys.


Applicants will need to provide identification (Driver’s license or other form) for registration and toy pick up.


This year’s distribution days are December 16th and 17th at Indian Creek School.


See the attached flyer for additional information.



West Coast Martial Arts is hosting a Women's Self Defense class for women and girls, ages 12 and up.  100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Camerado Springs Parent Club and the cost is only $20.  The class will be held Monday, October 23rd from 6:30-8:30 PM.  Location 1132 Suncast Lane, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762.  For more details and to register, please download the attachment found below.


Help support our PTO by signing up to receive organic fruits and vegetables.  See the flyer for more information.  5% of all sales go back to our amazing parent club.



Every Day Counts

Every Day Counts in a child’s education. Every day a student misses school, he or she gets more than two days behind his peers, because he or she must make up missed lessons and catch up with new lessons at the same time. Regular and punctual attendance will help increase student academic growth. California Education Code Section 46010 states that the only valid reasons for absences from school are:

  1. Illness or injury to the child
  2. Quarantine of the home by a health official
  3. Doctor or dentist’s appointments that can only be scheduled during school hours.
  4. Attendance at funeral services for immediate family.

School districts NO longer receive funding from the State of California for students who are absent from school. This includes ALL absences, even those related to illness, medical/dental appointments. In other words, schools will receive state funding only for students who are in their seats for that day. Please be sure to assist your child in maintaining exemplary attendance to insure the best possible education for him/her, as well as maximum state funding for student attendance. Even if a student attended school part of the day we could still receive income for that student ($35-$40 a day per child). We kindly ask you to be sure your child only stays home when it’s absolutely necessary.

We know you want the very best education for your child, and we do too. Thank you for understanding that Every Day Counts, together we can give your child the very best education.

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Today: 10/23/17
All Day: KCRA Canned Food Drive
6:30 PM Women's Self-Defense Class Sponsored by the Parent Club

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