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Cayucos Education Foundation
P.O. Box 566 Cayucos, CA 93430
Did you know that the Cayucos Education Foundation provides over 1/3 of the funding for the arts at Cayucos Elementary ...more
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Morro Bay Recreation and Parks Department
Creating Community through People, Parks, and Programs.
The Department is committed to providing quality park, building, tree and street maintenance in a responsive and courteous manner. Enhancing the ...more
“Autumn . . . the year’s last loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant
Despite the gorgeous sunny days we have been seeing, fall, with its crisp weather, pumpkin patch trips, and red leaves, is right around the corner. We have had a fabulous start to the school year here at Cayucos Elementary. I continue to work on getting to know every student by name. You will find me practicing in the mornings out in front of the school as I greet the students upon their arrival. I also love to meander through the classrooms practicing the names of each student as I go. On these classroom visits, I see engaging and interactive lessons going on in each and every grade. What a lucky bunch we are to have such a talented and enthusiastic staff working with our students!
Along with cooler weather come sniffles and occasional fevers. At school, we require all students with a fever to stay home until they have been fever free for 24 hours. Please help us ensure that we do our best to keep our students as healthy as possible.
Illness is definitely a valid reason for missing school, but be prudent in allowing your students to miss school for other reasons. September is Attendance Awareness Month. Strong attendance is closely tied to academic achievement. According to the August 2014 California School News, problems with absenteeism start surprisingly early and absenteeism at a young age predicts future attendance problems. Nationally, 10% of kindergarten and first grade students are considered chronically absent. Chronically absent is missing 10% or more of the school year (18 or more days – about two days a month). Students who are chronically absent are much more likely to struggle academically and much less likely to graduate. Help your student get the most out of school by:
I pride myself on being available to parents and community members. One of the ways I do this is by hosting Principal Chats. These chats are agenda free (though I can always find something to talk about! J) and are simply a time that you can come chat with me and others connected to Cayucos Elementary School. The first one will be right after drop off and a short Paxis Award ceremony on Monday, September 22nd at 8:45 a.m. in the historic auditorium. Come by for a cup of coffee or morning treat.
In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, concerns, or even compliments regarding our school community. I look forward to experiencing the treats of autumn with you over the next couple of months.
Family Handbook 2014-2015
The 2014-2015 Family Handbook has been posted in the School Notices section.
Picture Day is Friday, September 19. Picture information is being sent home on Friday, September 12. Orders can also be placed online at mylifetouch.com
Students need to be in school every day to stay on track. Teachers’ lesson plans are carefully constructed to introduce new concepts, reinforce them with learning activities, and then move on to new ...more
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Ms. Anne Hubbard, Superintendent/Principal
Ms. Liz Villalobos, ASP Director & Assistant Principal
Ms. Hannah Held, Confidential Administrative Assistant
Ms. Melanie Gorda, Account Tech. III
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