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School Mission Statement

The Mission School community is committed to creating a rich and powerful curriculum which instills academic excellence, promotes self-reliance and encourages respect and appreciation through a variety of learning experiences.

"Preparing for College, Career and Life"

School Colors: Red and Black

School Mascot: Mustang 

Uniform Guidelines

Every Mission student is required to wear a uniform

Bottoms - Black or Khaki or Blue jeans (not torn or decorated)

Tops - Red, Black, Grey, White

Shoes - Must be closed toe/heel. No sandals or flip flops

Spirit Wear - All Mission logo wear is acceptable uniform attire

Parent Emergency Information

https://antioch-ca.schoolloop.com/emergency?no_controls=t

Please follow the above link to information you should know were there ever to be an emergency. Thank you.

FAMILY-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP ACT

What is the Family-School Partnership Act?

The Family-School Partnership Act is a California law that allows parents, grandparents, and guardians to take time off from work to participate in their children's school or child care activities. The law (Labor Code Section 230.8) first took effect in 1995. For more information, click the link below.

http://www.cta.org/Parents-and-Community/Family-Involvement/school/Family-School-Partnership-Act.aspx

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Your Voice Matters

The California School Parent Survey is an opportunity for you to help this school by sharing your opinions about it.  Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them. 

 

We are interested in your thoughts on this school’s efforts to promote academic success and well-being for every student, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, or other circumstances. 

 

If you have more than one child at this school, please think about the oldest of these children as you answer the questions.

 

For link to survey click here.

Accelerated Reader (AR)

Every day we encourage students to read, read, read.  And we need your help Parents and Guardians to have your children read at home as well.  This year when the students read books and take tests, we are using their points as a whole school incentive to do a fun exciting field trip at the end of the year. Our "Rocket to Reading" program fuels our rocket with these points and our plan is to take very child to Chabot Space Center at the end of May and first part of June.  More info will come about that.

 

But in the meantime we need everyone to read, and earn those points by passing your tests!!!  You can do it Mission Students!

#MissionPossible!!

BE SAFE * BE KIND * BE RESPONSIBLE

This is Mission's third year with PBIS and we are seeing remarkable differences in student behavior and respect at the school.  Students are now reminding each other about how to be safe, kind and responsible when in the class, playground or cafeteria.  The quiet in the hallways is amazing!!  And to this date we have had NO suspensions at Mission.  That is a first for us.  We are super excited about everyone really behaving THE MISSION WAY!!

 

Thanks for your support parents in reminding students and by being good role models as well with our school rules.

FACEBOOK PAGE

Check out our new official Mission Elementary Facebook page by going to:

 

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SCHOOL HOURS IMPORTANT

School is very important in your child's life not only for what they learn but in the discipline they develop to get up and get to work on time. Most employers don't appreciate employees coming to work late or leaving early so having your child to school on time every day and not picking them up early is a way to promote a good work ethic.  Here are our school hours as a reminder:

 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday  and Friday - 8:00 to 2:20/2:25 

Wednesdays - 8:00 to 1:00

Kindergarten is from 8:00-11:20

Picking your child up on time is imperative for safety reasons.  We do not have staff to supervise your children when they are picked up late. ALL students not picked up after 30 minutes and unsuccessful attempts to reach parents will necessitate our calling the authorities to insure that the student is safely handed off.  Also ALL emergency cards MUST be updated with the phone numbers and the people you want taking your child.  We will NOT hand a child to anyone not on the emergency card for safety reasons. Thank you for your cooperation.

Staying Healthy in Order to Stay in School

The best way to keep students healthy during the school year is to make sure they wash their hands. That simple tip matches the advice from experts at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): "Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others." Below are links to additional information about viruses and vaccinations.

Contact Information

Monte Gregg

Principal

Kirsten Harrington

Administrative Assistant

925.779.7435

School Calendar

Today: 5/27/17

Donor's Choose

DonorsChoose.org is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. Teachers submit proposals and then donors submit financial support. After going to the DonorsChoose website click on Projects to search first by state, then by district and then by school for a current listing of proposals. Thank you for supporting our students.

Teachers, if you are submitting a proposal for technology items please consult the Technology Department to make sure that support is available for the requested product(s). 

SARC

School Accountability Report Card  (SARC)

School Accountability Report Cards are intended to provide the public with important information about each public school and to communicate a school's progress in achieving its goals.  The information provided is primarily from the 2014-15 school year.

The SARCs are available in both English and Spanish.  AUSD's SARC have been posted on the district website.  The posting of the SARCs meets all state requirements for timeline and content.  The SARC link is located on the district website at: http://www.antioch.k12.ca.us/ under "Parents (link)."   If you do not have Internet access, please check in your school's office and they will provide you with a copy.

 

Informe del Cumplimiento Responsable de Funciones por parte de la Escuela / School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

Los informes del Cumplimiento Responsable de Funciones por parte del la Escuela (en inglés School Accountability Report Card) (SARC) tienen como objetivo brindarle al público información importante acerca del  desempeño de cada plantel público y de comunicar el alcance de las metas de cada escuela.  La información que le brindamos aquí es primordialmente para el ano escolar 2014-15.

Estos informes sobre SARC están en inglés y han sido traducidos al español.  Los informes SARC han sido publicados en la página de internet del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Antioch.  La información publicada cumple con todos los requisitos exigidos por el estado y con los plazos dados por este.  Vaya a la página:  http://antioch.k12.ca.us/ bajo "Parents" á el enlace para llegar a los reportes SARC.  Si usted no tiene Internet, en la escuela correspondiente le darán una copia.

Supplemental Educational Services

Our school provides Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to eligible students. Eligible students are all students who qualify for Free or Reduced Breakfasts or Lunches. These services are free to all qualified students.  The following link will take you to the list of currently approved providers and directions for accessing these free services:

http://www.antioch.k12.ca.us/ses