Posted by maria on November 15, 2013
Posted by agarcia on November 6, 2013
Posted by tlambert on November 6, 2013
Have you checked out our Castro website? It is now live in Spanish also! PTA members Agnes Berthillier, Kristen McGuire, and Allison Barnsley deserve enormous thanks for their leadership, talent, and time in rebuilding the website. Please join me in expressing gratitude for their dedication and to PTA for taking on this project!
If you were not able to attend the Día de los Muertos evening celebration, you missed an amazing event. The turnout was tremendous and all enjoyed the Baile Folklorico dance and pan de muerto and hot chocolate, as well as seeing the student projects. Sarah Livnat, Ira Beltran and their crew pulled this together with a lot of thought and hard work and their efforts were certainly successful!
Posted by jessica on October 30, 2013
On Thursday, October 31st, please make sure your child brings his/her costume to school to put on before the parade, which will begin at 11:45. The costume guidelines are the same as past years: no weapons, no horror-film type masks or costumes, must follow the dress-code (i.e. dress length).
Costume Donations: If you have any gently used costumes/accessories for students of any age, please place them in a bag in the box near Room 20. Thank you!
Posted by tlambert on October 30, 2013
Another amazing week of learning and community activities is upon us. Check out the calendar of events and mark your own calendars so you don’t miss out.
A new event to Castro this year, sponsored by the Dual Immersion Advisory Committee, Dia de los Muertos event at 6:00 p.m. in the MUR on Friday, Nov. 1st. Each grade level is completing a project and in addition to the fun and food planned for that evening, the student projects will be displayed. Bring the whole family!