At Graystone CDC, we take the before and after school experience a step beyond. We provide environments where children can spend time with friends, find homework assistance, work on school projects and be involved in indoor and outdoor activities created to take their knowledge and interests to a deeper level. All our activities are hands-on and encourage children to build new skills while fostering creativity and self expression. Let CDC be an experience your child looks forward to everyday!
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Each school in San José Unified annually develops a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). This plan includes the academic goals the school will be working on during the year and shows how the school will be using the funds allocated to the site.
The SPSA is written with the help of the School Site Council, which then approves the final document and forwards it to the Board of Education for their approval.
We welcome volunteers who help our teachers and staff elevate opportunities for students. Please review the following processes.
Tuesday, January 7, 2019 - Friday, January 11, 2019
B-6 Parents and Students:
Be sure to look through your student’s white envelope! Inside you will find student work samples and several informational flyers. Graded items include: the rubric for your student’s Heritage/Holiday Presentation and the Mission Research project.
Also, please look for the permission slip for our Sacramento field trip - sign and return by Tuesday, 1/16!! If you would like to chaperone, be sure to include a check for $100 made out to Graystone Elementary. No student fees are due, as donations have already covered all students. The trip is Wednesday, January 30; we will depart bright and early at 7:00am and return to school at approximately 6:00pm. While in Sacramento, we visit key sites related to California studies: the State Capitol Building, the Wells Fargo Museum, the RailRoad Museum, and Sutter’s Fort.
This week’s agenda included:
Students began Module 7, this module includes division strategies, and adding fractions & mixed numbers.Literature
Students began “Rules”, emphasis is identifying perspective and understanding point of view.Writing
Students wrote short informational essays, and took the district informational writing assessment.Social Studies
Students began Chapter 4, The Golden State.
Agenda for Monday, January 14 - Friday, January 18, 2019:Math
Students will continue Module 7, this module includes division strategies, and adding fractions & mixed numbers.Literature
Students will continue “Rules”, emphasis is identifying perspective and understanding point of view.Writing
Students will begin a unit on Opinion & Persuasive writing.Social Studies
Students will continue Chapter 4, The Golden State.Science
Students will participate in Science Lab, with hands-on activities related to the Rock Cycle.Reminders and Looking Ahead:
No school Monday, January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
Sacramento Field Trip - Wednesday, January 30, 7am to 6pm