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NVES 2014/2015

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Red Ribbon Week

Monday, October 26th - Friday, October 31st

In celebration of Red Ribbon Week, NVES students pledge 
to live a drug free life. We will celebrate each day of Red Ribbon 
Week to unite our school in the fight against drugs.

MONDAY 10/27 – “Love Yourself – Be Drug Free”
•Please have your student wear RED to support our goal to stay drug free for life.
•Students will be given a pencil to use throughout the week. 
•Poster contest - Each class will make a poster pledging to lead a drug-free life. The winning class will be given a pizza party!

TUESDAY 10/28 – “Our future is too bright to use drugs”
•Students to wear BRIGHT colored clothing. We have a bright future ahead of us and we don’t want to pollute it with drugs. 

WEDNESDAY 10/29 - “Shade Out Drugs!”
•Students to wear their favorite SUNGLASSES to be cool and stay drug free.
•There will be a school-wide BMX Assembly at 9:30 AM…Parents are welcome to come watch the fun!

THURSDAY 10/30 – “Follow your Dreams…Don’t do Drugs”
•Students to wear their PAJAMAS symbolizing that we won’t let drugs get in the way of our dreams.

FRIDAY 10/31 – “Character Counts!”
•Students to dress up as their favorite story book character. There will be a parade during Friday line-up. Parents are welcome to celebrate with us

 

 


Family Wildlife Day

 

Saturday, November 8th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

 

California Distinguished School

ca_distinguished_school.jpgNicolas Valley Elementary was named a 2012 California Distinguished School.   In order to be invited to apply for Distinguished School honors, schools must meet a variety of eligibility criteria including designated federal and state accountability measures based on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and the Academic Performance Index (API) requirements.   The California Distinguished School Award  identifies and honors those schools that have demonstrated educational excellence for all students and progress in narrowing the achievement gap. 

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