Our Session 2 Program Activities for students in1st - 5th grades onlyare available.
Please check them out on the page section - Session 2 Activity Forms Session 2 Activity Description *Activity forms needs to be filled out and return with payment By Tuesday, November 25, 2014.* We need the activity form to place your child in a program activity. Also have your child pick 1st and 2nd choice.
PROGRAM TIME 4:00-5:00 for students in grade 1st - 5th grade.
All program activities are part of the CC Program. Pricing is already included in the CC Package, unless noticed. PLEASE CHECK THE WHITE BOARD FOR CHILD'S NAME & CLASS LOCATION. Again, please make sure we receive the form with payment on time. If you have any further questions contact Program Director: Diadel Ortiz
As I look back on my school days, I remember times when
students were mistreated almost every day, bullied. You probably did too. Bulling has become an
important topic for parents and schools to address because it is different
today. It is more prevalent and more
intense. It is now understood to be very
destructive to the well-being of students, creates unsafe school and generates a
school climate that hinders learning.
We are committed to doing something about bullying. If it’s not a problem, we want to make sure
it doesn't start That is called
prevention. If it is a problem, we’re
determined to stop it. That is called
As your child’s after school teacher, I am committed to
prevention and intervention in the CC classroom. That is why I will be teaching
several lessons this year about bullying starting Nov.17, 2014. These lessons are designed to create a
positive environment where everyone feels safe, accepted and have a sense of
belonging and valued. They also provide
students with information to help them develop empathy, self-control and skills
to cope with bullying and to become bystanders who take a stand against
From time to time, I will send home a Parent Chat handout related to our Bully Free lesson. You are asked to discuss with your child what
is on the Parent Chat handout. We believe this is important information for
you and your child to share.
If you have questions or concerns, I hope you will contact