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Valentine's Day Cards and Treats

The Moreland School District Wellness Policy requires only Smart Snacks to be served during the school day. We would like to remind our Moreland Community that if you are sending treats with Valentine cards, please use non-food items such as pencils, erasers or other inexpensive treats in place of candy.
Smart Snack food items can be found at:
https://foodandhealth.com/usda-school-snack-guide
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Spirit Week - February 12th

We will have dollar sales all week along with show your school spirit days!
2/12 wear green or Anderson gear 2/13 crazy hair day 2/14 show your Valentine's Day spirit wear pink, red, heart-themed items 2/15 wear crazy socks and or a hat 2/16 Early dismissal TK & K 11:55 1-5 1:30
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2018-19 Incoming TK/Kindergarten Tours

There will be a tour on Friday, February 16th for any incoming TK and Kindergarten parents. We will begin with a meeting in the library at 8:30 followed by a tour of the Kindergarten classrooms. This is a time to learn about all of the wonderful programs we have to offer at Anderson, ask questions and see our amazing teachers in the classroom.

Kindergarten entry dates for the 2018-19 school year – Your child must turn 5 by September 1, 2018. Transitional kindergarten entry dates for the 2018-19 school year – Your child must turn 5 between September 2 and December 2, 2018.
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Enrollment for 2017-18 - District Enrollment Link

Enrollment packets for 2017-18 will be available online on February 5, 2018. The first day to turn in enrollment packets and/or show your proof of residency paperwork is March 1, 2018. All registration information needs to be turned into the district enrollment center.
Moreland School District Enrollment Center
1850 Fallbrook Avenue
San Jose, CA 95130
(408) 874-2927
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Random Acts of Kindness Week - January 22-26

Anderson has signed up for the Great Kindness Challenge! We will be encouraging students to participate in random acts of kindness toward others. We will talk to students about giving themselves small challenges such as smiling at 24 people, inviting someone new to play with you, saying thank you, complimenting 5 people or helping a friend. Talk to your child about ways to be kind to others in your family and at school. You can participate by brainstorming random acts of kindness and creating your own kindness challenges at home.
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No School - January 12, 15 or 19

This is a reminder that there will be no school on Friday, January 12, Monday, January 15 or Friday, January 19. January 12 and 19 are both teacher work days. January 15 we are closed in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday.
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Anderson Alligator Sweatshirts and Shirts for Sale

Show your school spirit by wearing an Anderson Alligator sweatshirt on Wednesdays, spirit days and field trips! You can purchase Anderson clothing in the office after school. Zip up green sweatshirts are $25 for youth XS, $28 for youth S to XL and adult sizes are $35. We have new Anderson Alligators T-shirts, $15 each.
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Winter Break

December 22 is the last day of school before the winter break and it is an early dismissal day. Students in TK & K will be dismissed at 11:55 and students in 1st- 5th grade will be dismissed at 12:00 on Friday, December 22. School will resume on January 8, 2018. We wish all of our families a wonderful and safe holiday season.
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Budget Information and Advocacy Meeting – ELAC/HSC

On December 15 at 8:30, Superintendent Mary Kay Going will attend our ELAC/Home and School Club meeting along with a representative from each of our employee organizations (MTA, CSEA, ACSA) as well as a member of our Board of Trustees (CSBA) to present the state of the Moreland budget and the predictions for forthcoming state budget projections. The team will also share ways that you can help advocate for adequate funding for our California public schools. We look forward to sharing this information with you and answering any questions you may have about current funding practices for public education.
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