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Wednesday
Feb252015

Parent Toolkit

Is your child on track this school year? Find out with our academic growth charts on Parent Toolkit


Wednesday
Feb042015

Measles References for Schools and Parents

Good afternoon,

The Monterey County Health Department has released a measles reference for schools and parents. It is available in English and Spanish. I have attached both versions to this email.  It has also been posted on the Health Department’s website:

Measles Facts (English)

Measles Facts(Spanish)

Thursday
Jan152015

Gang Prevention Summit - Crossroads 2015

Save the date!  Attend this FREE event on January 31, 2015 from 8:30 - 2:30 @ the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey Salinas Clubhouse - Lunch will be provided.  For directions and more information click here

Guarde esta fecha! Assista este evento GRATIS el 31 de enero desde 8:30 hasta 2:30 en Salinas - Habra comida GRATIS - Para direcciones y mas informacion vea la informacion (la hoja empieza en ingles y la segunda pagina esta traducida en espanol) - marque aqui

Monday
Jan122015

Adult Education Spring 2015 Class Offerings

 

 

Wednesday
Dec102014

Gonzales Facebook News

There is new activity on the Gonzales Facebook page with information about our MTAL Coach of the Year; Fairview Middle School's Feudal Faire and the Canned Food and Gift Drive - 

GUSD Facebook Page

Wednesday
Nov052014

Gonzales 4 - H Flu Clinic

The Visiting Nurses Association will be working Gonzales 4-H to hold a Flu Clinic on Monday, November 10 from 6:15 - 7:15 PM for families at Fairview Middle School Cafeteria

  • ·     Flu Shots available for ages 3 years and older
  • ·      FluMist (nasal spray) available for ages 2-49 years  

*except individuals who are pregnant, or have asthma, wheezing, or underlying health conditions.

 Cost is $35 (cash or check)

 or VNA may bill:

Blue Cross or Medicare Part B

*Must present insurance card at clinic*

 

Sunday
Nov022014

Math Resources for Parents (Common Core Math)

Parents and guardians may notice that the homework and instruction their child receives in mathematics is different from what they remember when they were students. This is because math instruction has evolved over the years to adapt to advancements in technology and science, to incorporate results of research on student achievement in math, and to address high remediation rates in college. Adults may notice that the sequence of math topics is different..... click here to read more