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March Newsletter

Please click on the link to view the March Newsletter from Mr. Gonzalez.

Dear parents,

We are in the most important time of the year-SAT/FSA mode. Our students are working very hard and diligently to achieve great success in their perspective assessments. This month our 3rd to 5th graders will be preparing for FSA by taking part in mock test trials. These trials are extremely beneficial for all students participating and will prepare them for the actual assessment in April.

All BridgePrep schools are on a moratorium for the months of March and April. There will be no field trips during these months for all students to receive as much in-class instructional time as possible. We will continue with in-house activities that all students may enjoy. On March 1st we will be celebrating Dr, Seuss’s birthday-students may wear Dr. Seuss attire on that day. March 4th will start our St. Patrick’s Candy Gram sales. Scholastic Book fair will be on campus from the 8th until the 15th, make sure you visit and support our school. On Tuesday, the 12th we will host a movie night for the kids and an SAT/FSA informational meeting for the parents. These meetings will be led by Mr. Gonzalez and you will have an opportunity to ask questions you may have about the SAT/FSA. Meeting starts at 5:00 PM, please plan accordingly. We will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a dance on the 15th. The week of the 18th is our last week before Spring Break and we have scheduled two very important events. Before departing for Spring Break, we will host Math Night on the 21st. At Math Night parents will be taught math strategies that they will be able to use at home with their children. We will close the week with a SAT/FSA Pep Rally and Cafecito with Mr. G on Friday the 22nd. It will be a great way for students to get together and celebrate with their classmates before they depart for Spring Break.

Most importantly, it is essential that all students maintain a focus and routine during their break. Having the time off is not only necessary and healthy, but it also a time to stay sharp and keep working on those skills that will be key during assessments.

As always, we couldn’t do what we do without all your support and cooperation.

I look forward to seeing all of you around campus. Thank you for your continued support.

Professionally,
Guillermo M. Gonzalez
School Principal