Come and create during this fun, free evening of art for the whole family. We will have drawing, cutting and folding, printing, sculpting, painting and more. Although this event is FREE, you must RSVP with EventBrite.com to ensure that we have materials for all participants
Pi Math Fair at the Garden Promotes interest and understanding of mathematical concepts for SCS students grade K-5 through games and hands-on activities.
SACRAMENTO – October has always been a difficult month for wildfires in California, but this year in particular the extreme devastation is felt by numerous communities throughout the state. California State PTA President Dianna MacDonald issued the following statement:
“California State PTA is deeply concerned about everyone impacted by the devastating wildfires affecting Solano, Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake Counties as well as those affected by the Canyon Fire 2 in Orange County.
"As a Sonoma County resident, I have seen firsthand the devastation in my own community. My thoughts are with all of those who have been impacted. They are our families, friends, colleagues, volunteers and members and we remain steadfast in our commitment to support them as they rebuild and recover.
“California State PTA urges everyone to donate to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund or the American Red Cross Canyon Fire 2 Relief Fund. Redwood Credit Union is paying for all administrative costs for the North Bay Fire Relief Fund, so 100 percent of your donation will go to relief efforts and directly to aid the victims.
“PTA leaders and members work hard every day to give our children and school communities what they need to thrive. Our mission now becomes that much more important.”
About California State PTA
California State PTA connects families, schools and communities. We are part of the foundation of our public-education system and a trusted messenger to millions of members, parents, families, educators and allied agencies throughout the state. PTA is the nation’s largest volunteer-led child-advocacy association working to drive improvements in the education, health and well-being of all children and families. For more information: www.capta.org.
EXPLORE SCIENCE TOGETHER AS A FAMILY · MIX COLORS · DISCOVER HIDDEN WORLDS · SHOOT A MAGNETIC CANNON · PAINT WITH ACIDS AND BASES · LEVITATE WATER · SOCIALIZE WITH AN EARTHWORM · SOLVE A CHEMICAL MYSTERY · LEARN TO APPRECIATE THE ROLE SCIENCE PLAYS IN EVERYDAY LIFE....and much more!
5th Annual Grandparents Day Bingo!
Sunday, September 10th, 2017
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Sycamore Canyon School Multipurpose Room
Celebrate National Grandparents Day!
Grandparents are welcome to bring their grandchildren for some special bonding time, bingo, prizes and good fun! This event is not a fundraiser and there will be no entry fee.
Don’t miss this fun movie night and come celebrate the new school year with all your friends Sept. 22, 2017 -- 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM.
Beginning next Friday, April 29th, the student store is going to be open on Friday mornings for the rest of the school year.
Hours are 7:50 to 8:30.
It will not be open this Tuesday.
Note: The first week of May the store will be open on Thursday, May 5th.
I am mainly doing this because sales are low. I know we will sale more in the morning as more kids have an opportunity to shop.
Dear Sycamore Families,
We would like to thank everyone who came last night to support our Spring Carnival. It took a village of volunteers to put this event together. We thank all of the volunteers who worked shifts last night. We owe a huge thank you to all of the people who created and ran the booths last night, from our grade level game booths to our incredible henna tattoo artist, Lynn Jacobson. A special thank you goes out to Mr. Bowen and his ASB students for all of their hard work. We also appreciate all of the volunteers from Mrs. Young’s Builders Club and Mr. Carter and his student council volunteers. We can’t thank Meredith Wright and Tabatha Steinberg enough for the countless hours they put into collecting all of the items for our auction. The biggest thank you goes out to Veronica Currier, who chaired this incredible event. It was her hard work, dedication and numerous hours that made this event such a success. Thank you!
A very special thank you to our 3 event sponsors who helped to make this event possible:
Steve Thomas MS, CFP & Elad Goren, CFP - http://www.financialpointe.com/
Brian Rudin, MD - http://thespinesurgeon.com/
Steven and Liz Kaseno - http://www.stephenkaseno.com/
We would also like to thank the following gracious event donors:
Title Boxing Club
Ventura Makos Surf Camp
Remedy Skin Care
Oaks Christian School
Camp Summertime at Calamigos Ranch
Newbury Park Pony Baseball
Young Art Lessons
Urban Dye Br
Images of Life by Ashli
Ranch Hand BBQ
Underwood Family Famrs
ICE Urban Martial Arts
Amanda Max Photography
Orange Theory Fitness
Mentors Taekwondo Academy
Oak Park Dentistry for Children
Tae Ryong Taekwondo
Carrie Lynn Photography
Daland Swim School
Thrive Dance Center
Finest Professional Detailing
Little Monkey Business Photography
A February federal court ruling could require California Department of Education to release all personal data — even including names and Social Security numbers — on general and special education students since Jan. 1, 2008: more than 10 million students including your child’s information. Take action now to voice your objection to releasing your child’s personal information!
Calling all grandparents! Please come join your grandchild for lunch and shopping at the Sycamore Canyon School Book Fair on Thursday, March 3rd.
Download and Print Order Form
“Be An All-Star Reader”
This year’s Read-a-Thon kicks off on Friday February 26th.
Be An All-Star Reader and help reach our one million minutes Read-a-Thon goal.
Dear Elementary School Parents,
Are you ready to get your reading groove on? Come join us at our spring Scholastic Book Fair February 29 – March 4th! We will leap into our annual March read-a-thon and promise you nothing but good books and good vibrations.
Check out all the groovy things going on during book fair week.
Family Reading Night is Tuesday March 1st from 6:30 pm -7:30 pm in the multi-purpose room. You can come listen to our groovy teachers read, enjoy refreshments and the shop at the book fair anytime between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm.
Peace Pastries with Pops is Wednesday morning from 7:30 -8:15 am.
GRAND event for Grandparents is Thursday, March 3rd during the lunch hour. Afterwards, they will have exclusive time to shop at the book fair. Please see the attached form to submit a lunch order for Grandparents by Friday, February 26th.
Start your spring -cleaning early and bring gently used books to the book fair. The book donations will be delivered to James Storehouse, a non-profit Newbury Park organization supporting Ventura County foster care children.
Online shopping will also be made available for your convenience. Books will be delivered to your child’s classroom the week of March 7th. Click here: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/sycamorecanyonschool2
Searching for a good book? Questions about the lexile level, author or content of a book? Download the FREE “Scholastic Book Fairs” app for guidance!
WE CAN’T GROOVE WITHOUT YOU!
Don’t leave us without a vibe. We would love to see you groove with us for however long your schedule permits next week – even if for 30 minutes! Please click here to volunteer:
Thank you in advance for supporting your child’s reading effort and the fundraising campaign to replace the elementary library computers and core literature books.
HAPPY READING and PEACE! The Book Fair Committee
Amy Alvarez and Tina Mortillaro