Week of December 3-December 7

Winter Performance

Image result for rudolph the red nosed reindeer clipartOur winter performance of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer will be Tuesday, December 4 at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium.  We are looking forward to having our students perform their drama and singing skills.

School Site Council Meeting

Image result for school site councilThis Friday we will be having our school site council meeting in room 206. Join us in room 206 as we discuss the upcoming budget for the 2019-2020 school year and current site paid positions.

Soccer Coaches Needed

Do you love soccer? Are you interested in working with elementary students? If you answered yes to either of these questions, we want to hear from you.  We are currently looking for adults to coach our intramural soccer teams for the 2019 season. If you are interested or would like to know more information, please contact Erin Williamson at (619)425-

Snapshot of the Week

  • Tuesday, December 4: DAC/DELAC Meeting (12:00 p.m.)/Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Performance (6:00 p.m.)
  • Wednesday, December 5: Fire Drill (2:00 p.m.)
  • Thursday, December 6: PTA Executive Board Meeting (2:30 p.m.)
  • Friday, December 7: SSC Meeting in Room 206 (7:15 a.m.)

Upcoming Events

  • December 14-Jingle Jog
  • December 17-21-Winter Store with Kids First
  • December 18-Shelter in Place
  • December 21-Preschool Winter Performance
  • December 24-January 11-Winter Vacation
  • January 14-Teachers Return
  • January 15-Students Return

Thanksgiving Break

Our Thanksgiving break is in full swing,  from November 19 and continues through November 23.  Students and Staff will return on Monday, November 26.  We hope you all enjoy a restful and joyous week with your family and friends!

We want to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for our entire Rohr community! Our students are kind, hard working, respectful, and understanding.  Each student in his or her unique way contributes to what makes Rohr an amazing place to be! Thank you for sharing your children with us. We are so  fortunate to be part of their academic and social journey!  Our staff is the best around! We are so grateful for their commitment to our students. Their passion for bringing the best in each of our students is inspiring!  Our parents devote time, talent and resources to supporting our work with our students! Whether it is through volunteering at school events, donating items and funds to events at  school or serving on our PTA, ELAC, SSC, or in the classroom! We appreciate your partnership! We love our Lions Family! We are so grateful for all of you!

Week of November 5-November 9


B2_DOE_FederalSurvey-300x134Last week, every student  received a yellow Federal Survey Card.  Please complete the yellow form as soon as possible and return to your child’s teacher.  The survey helps all schools qualify for Federal Impact Aid. We greatly appreciate your participation in filling out this important survey.


Image result for fall festivalPlease join us this Friday for our Fall Festival from 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. All community members and families are free to join us.  We will have food, games, and inflatables for our families to enjoy.  Wristbands and tickets for the games are for sale before and after school all this week, stop by and get your tickers today! We are looking forward to seeing all of you this Friday!


Monday, November 12th is Veterans Day.  School will be closed on that day.veteransday

Snapshot of the Week

  • Tuesday, November 6: Election Polls in Rohr Auditorium
  • Wednesday, November 7: Fire Drill (9:30 a.m.)
  • Thursday, November 8: School Site Council Meeting (7:15 a.m.)
  • Friday, November 9: Fall Festival (4:30 p.m.)

Upcoming Events

  • November 12- No School-Veteran’s Day Observed
  • November 13-Federal Survey Cards Due
  • November 15-PTA Executive Board Meeting


Week of October 29-November 9

Thank you for everyone who participated in our Red Ribbon Week, it was great to see all of our Lions joining together to establish a healthy lifestyle without drugs.

Federal Survey Cards

federal.pngFederal Survey Cards will be coming home on Friday, November 2 and we need everyone to please take time and complete these cards and return to the school no later than Friday, November 9.  Our school funding depends on this information!

Canned Food & Toy Drive

To help those in need in our community we have the following campaigns coming up. drive.jpg First, we will be collected Canned Food the week of November 5-9.  We will be collecting Toys (new) November 12-16.  Selected families will receive a food box, grocery gift card, and a toy for each child in the family.  Volunteers are needed at the CVESD Warehouse to help with sorting and packing.  Please email christina.ross@cvesd if you are able to help during the week of December 1 – 6.

Fall Festival

fallfestival.jpgOur Fall Festival will take place on November 9, hosted by our wonderful PTA.  If you are interested in volunteering and supporting our PTA with the event, you can stop by the PTA office.

Don’t Forget to SET CLOCKS back 1 hour this weekend!

Snapshot of the Week

  • Tuesday, October 30: DAC/DELAC Meeting (12:00 p.m.)
  • Wednesday, October 31:Height and Weight Project

Upcoming Events

  • November 5-Federal Survey Cards Sent Home
  • November 8-School Site Council Meeting
  • November 9-Fall Festival
  • November 12-Federal Survey Cards Due


Week of October 22-October 29


redribbonweekThis week is red ribbon week, be sure to check out all the spirits for this week here.  As the largest and oldest drug prevention program in the United States, the Red Ribbon Campaign® has reached and positively impacted millions of young people.  Don’t forget to discuss with your child the importance of Red Ribbon Week.


costume parade clipartOn Friday we will “Scaring Away Drugs” with our annual costume parade. Please note the guidelines below as your prepare your child for the event.  After the parade we will be having our “Trick or Trunk” event hosted by PTA.  Students will need to have a change of clothes to wear after all Friday’s events have ended.  For those students who are not participating, we will prepare an alternative learning activity for them.

A few reminders about the parade…

  • No costumes depicting violence
  • No props that resemble or could act as weapons
  • No bare midriffs
  • Masks are permitted for the parade walk only. However, Masks that depict violence or blood are NOT allowed.
  • If your child’s costume involves face paint or make-up they need to bring something to get it off (baby wipes) as there are NO paper towels in the bathrooms. Parents you are welcome to stay and help your child take it off after the parade as well.

Snapshot of the Week

  • Monday, October 22: Dress to Impress-Wear Future Job Outfit
  • Tuesday, October 23: “Our Futures are Bright” Wear neon clothes and sunglasses
  • Wednesday, October 24: ‘Say “No” to Drugs is our Goal’ Wear Sports Clothes/ BMX Healthy Living Assembly (1:00 p.m.)
  • Thursday, October 25: “We Love Ourselves too Much to Do Drugs” Wear Red
  • Friday, October 26: “Scare Away Drugs!” You’re your Halloween Costume/Costume Parade (8: 30 a.m.)/“Trick or Trunk” (9:15 a.m.)

Upcoming Events

  • October 30-DAC/DELAC Meeting
  • October 31-Height and Weight Project
  • November 8-School Site Council Meeting