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Calendar of Events

Today: 12/19/14

Parent Meetings

Parents please attend our upcoming meetings:

 

  • Wednesday, November 5, 2014 @ 8:00am- ELAC meeting

PTA News!

  • PTA Yard Sale- November 8th at 7:am- 1:30

 

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Red Ribbon Week

Rm A.Loaiza.jpgIn an effort to bring an awareness to our student, families, and staff, on the importance of being drug free, Suva Elementary along with all the school across Montebello Unified School District observed Red Ribbon Week during the week of October 27th through October 31st. Our students and staff displayed their unity against drugs by participating in a series of daily activities, which were the following:

  • Monday, October 27th- "United We Stand, Drug Free!" Everyone wear red, white, and blue.
  • Tuesday, October 28th- "Say No to Drugs!" Everyone wears a red shirt or a 212 degrees t-Shirt.
  • Wednesday, October 29th-"Team Up Against Drugs!" Everyone wear their favorite sports jersey or t-Shirt.
  • Thursday, October 30th-"Put a Cap on Drugs!" Everyone wear a cap.
  • Friday, October 31st-"Say Boo to Drugs" Everyone wear orange and black.

Officer Park from the Montebello Unified School District Police also came and offered support and participation with Red Ribbon Week by speaking with our fourth and fifth grade students on the importance of being drug free. As a school, Suva Elementary students and staff pledged to not take drug, never give up, and make no excuses!

 

PTA Harvest Festival

                                                                   

Pumpkin Photo.jpgOn Friday, October 24th, Suva Elementary students, parents, and families participated in Suva Elementary's annual PTA's Harvest Festival.  PTA offered various fun activities, food, and the exciting Trunk or Treat for all students and parents to enjoy.  A group of Suva Elementary and Head Start staff volunteered their cars and joined in on the fun to make Trunk or Treating a success. This event would not have been possible without the support of many parents, teachers, and staff that donated candy, waters and time. Thank you PTA for all your hard work on the Harvest Festival. The students had a "spooktacular" time. 

 

Happy Boss's Day!

Boss's Day.jpgWhat a wonderful sweet surprise during Suva Elementary's morning assembly. The teachers and students of Suva Elementary surprised Mrs. Riddle, our school principal with a gift of gratitude on Boss's Day. Mr. Reyes, 4th grade teacher and Ms. Ramos, 2nd grade teacher lead a group of students with balloons and a banner that was presented to Mrs. Riddle. The entire school use the Happy Birthday song tune and sang Happy Boss's Day. Mrs. Riddle was left surprised and speechless. Happy Boss's Day Mrs. Riddle!

I'm Going to College

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On October 4th, the fourth and fifth students of Suva Elementary went on their annual I'm Going to College field trip to see the UCLA Bruins play against Utah Utes. Ninety students and ten chaperones began their day with a college fair where they participated in fun activities relating to UCLA  and won various prizes. The trip ended with an exciting football game at the Rose Bowl. Everyone displaying their bruin spirit and had a wonderful time.

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LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (L.C.A.P)

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Book It! Reading Incentive Program

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Our daily homework includes reading at home each night. All Suva students are now enrolled in the Suva BOOK IT Reading Club ! The BOOK IT! Program is all about turning kids who read because they ha ...more