Sandra Cisneros Campus

Last day of school is on Monday, June 18th - dismissal at 12:30 p.m.!

News and Announcements

Upcoming 8th Grade Activities

8th Grade Families: As the end of the year approaches we would like all our 8th grade students and families to stay up to date with all upcoming activities. Please check out this calendar with all of the important dates for your students.
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Upcoming Events in April and May

Have you checked out this month's calendar? April is a busy month and we want you all to be a part of the exciting events and activities we have planned for you! From Family Art Night next week to the Family Fun Fiesta on May 4th, we have different events for you to enjoy with your entire family AT SCHOOL!
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Parent-Teacher Conferences are This Week

Are you prepared for parent-teacher conferences? Please be sure to check with your teacher or main office if your child has re-enrolled for the next academic school year. You can also talk to your teacher about how you can help your class during the Family Fun Fiesta!
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Cisneros Students Demand Kindness

A tradition that began last year by Ms. Osuna and her Kindergarten class, became a campus-wide event that united our entire school community. Students of all grades and teachers alike marched on April 4th to demand more kindness in the world. This year, we dedicated our march to DACA recipients. We hope to educate our students to be agents of social change who are aware of the world around them, and our students put this into action during the 2018 Kindness March.
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Resource: Free Income Tax Assistance is Available Now

Free tax help is available from IRS-certified volunteers throughout the nation. IRS offers free tax preparation service through its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs. If you earn about $54,000 or less, have a disability, are elderly or speak limited English, you may qualify for this service provided through the VITA program.
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Resource: STOP Cyberbullying

Find age-specific guidelines, videos, and articles to help with tough conversations -- whether your kid is a bully or is being bullied. Via CommonSenseMedia.org
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