05/04/22 Imai Gazette

Principal’s Message: 

Dear Imai Families,

 Thank you for showering our staff with goodies during Teacher Appreciation week! We have an amazing group of teachers who go above and beyond so thank you for showing them how much they are appreciated. 


Did you get a chance to give us your input on our new logo? If you haven’t it’s not too late. We want to hear from you so please fill out the form. Feedback is due at the end of the week so don’t delay. We will use the feedback to finalize the Eagle logo and share it with the community.

 

This week our upper grade students are doing their CAASPP math assessment. Please continue to encourage them to try their best and to take their time reading the questions. Next week the fifth graders will take their science test and we will start with make-ups so if your child was absent for any of the assessments, we will pull them to work on what they missed. 

 

This year all  students in grades K-4 will return their chromebook at the end of the school year in order for the technology department to update them, clean them and replace broken parts. Please be on the lookout for the schedule. Fifth grade students will get to keep theirs or return it if attending private school next school year. 

 


Have a wonderful rest of the week.

 

Arline Siam

Principal

 

Upcoming Events

 

May

4-10- CAASPP testing 

20- Principal’s Coffee @ 8:30 am

27- End of 3rd trimester Minimum day

30- Memorial day No school

 

June

3- Last day of school Minimum day

3- Report cards sent home

 

 

 

Reporting Absences

If you are reporting a student's absence, please email [email protected] or call the attendance line at (650)526-3490 ext 3080.

Reminder: Please include your student's name, your student's room or teacher, the reason for absence, the date of absence(s) and the relationship of the person leaving the message. Thank you from the office staff!

 

District News:

 

Board meeting preview: May 5

The Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, May 5 at 6 p.m. Some of the meeting’s topics include:

* Dyslexia Plan

* Federal Program Monitoring Results and Next Steps

 

For meeting details and agenda, please click here: https://www.mvwsd.org/trustees.

 

Superintendent's Community Check In: May 6

Please join us for our Community Check-In with Dr. Ayindé Rudolph on Friday, May 6 at 3:30 p.m. Bring your questions. Spanish interpretation will be provided. Click here to register: http://mvw.sd/cc56

 

Interpreters and Translators Needed!

Looking for a part-time job with a positive social impact? Are you bilingual in Spanish, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, Tagalog, or ASL (Sign Language)?  MVWSD is now hiring organized and friendly individuals to become interpreters and translators for school and district events, documents, and parent meetings.  To find out more, click here: http://mvw.sd/translators

 

Parent U: High School Readiness

Date and Time: May 11, 2022, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Registration Link: https://mvw.sd/pu051122

Do you have a child who is about to enter high school? Join us at our final Parent University session of the year to learn about high school campus life from students and staff at Los Altos High School and Mountain View High School. You and your child will hear tips from the experts about how to make the transition as smooth as possible and get the most out of your high school experience. You do not want to miss out! 

To submit questions prior to the event, go to mvw.sd/questions. We will do our best to address your question during the session.

 

Senior Citizens/SSI recipients: Apply now for tax exemption

Homeowners aged 65 or older, and residents who qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) who reside in the Mountain View Whisman School District are eligible for an exemption for their principal residence from Measure B/parcel tax.

 

An exemption from Measure B/the parcel tax will be made available, upon application, to any owners of a parcel used solely for owner-occupied single-family residential purposes who:

* are receiving Social Security Income for a disability regardless of age;

* are 65 years of age prior to July 1 of the tax year; or

* are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, regardless of age, and whose yearly income does not exceed 250% of the 2012 federal poverty guidelines issued by the United States Department of Health and Human Services

 

For application and information, call 650-526-3500 or visit https://www.mvwsd.org.

 

 MVEF “Buy Now” Auction Items

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Gala, we were able to exceed our goal and to raise just over $90,000, helping us closer to our year-end stretch goal of raising $1.1 Million. We have a few items left from our auction which are now posted at "buy now" prices! Please take a look and spread the word to your friends! There are still some great items left, including some summer camps! If you have any questions or need help purchasing an item, please reach out to Dena Seki at [email protected]

 

District Chess Tournament Registration Open

After two years of online tournaments, the 19th Annual MVWSD Interscholastic Chess Tournament will be held in person at Bubb Elementary on Sunday, May 22, from 12:00 to 5:00.  The registration form and complete instructions can be found at tinyurl.com/mvwsdchess, and the deadline is May 21.  Any questions can be sent to Mark Ruzon, tournament director, at [email protected].

 



PTA NEWS:


EAGLEFEST is right around the corner! 
Join us on Friday, May 13, 5-8:00pm for the return of our spring carnival! There’ll be lots of games, crafts, activities, music and food. Sponsored by Imai PTA, it’s free to attend for all Imai students and their families (with food for sale). Full details at imaipta.org/eaglefest.

· PARENTS, we need you! Eaglefest can’t run smoothly without loads of parent volunteers. Please sign up for at least one 30-minute shift to help supervise or manage activities and make it more fun for everyone. If everyone takes one shift, the work is light for everyone. The jobs are easy, and you can even sign up with a friend to make it even more memorable.

· STUDENTS who want to sing Karaoke (by themselves, with a friend or group) need to sign up in advance. Review DJ Purple’s full song list (or this short list of popular songs) and then SIGN UP HERE to reserve a spot. The DJ doesn't want to repeat songs, so review the sign-up sheet before picking your unique tune. Can’t wait to hear everyone sing!

 

 Yearbook Cover Contest Winners: Thanks to all the students who submitted awesome artwork submissions! We received so many outstanding entries that we wanted to recognize their efforts.

Front Cover: Jocelyn L. (5th grade)

Back Cover: Scarlett Y. (4th)

Honorable Mentions: Emma A. (5th), Denis E. (1st), Greta H. (5th), Ilika K. (5th), Arhan R. (1st), and Talia Elsa S. (5th)

 

 

 

Attachments:

Parent U 2021-22 (English)

2022 Summer Camp Flyers

Eng Speak Up and Speak Out Infographic for Students

Mountain View_InPlay-ElementaryFlyer_2022

Agencies in SCC that can help you apply to ERA Final

2022 ERA Step Process Flyer-EN

 Intro to Game Design

 

 

 























 

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