15-16 School Calendar
District Approves 2015-2016 School Calendar! We will be starting on August 25th for the 15-16 School Year! Please plan accordingly!
Click the link: 15-16 School Year
2013 Concordia's Teacher of the Year - Kim DeMille
Please refer to the SONGS Website to learn more about preparation for a SONGS emergency.
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Back to School Night - Sept. 23
Back to School Night - Tuesday, Sept. 23
Kindergarten and Grades 1 & 2 from 6:30 - 7:10 PM and Grades 3 - 5 from 7:20 - 8:00 PM
Parents only, please. YMCA is providing childcare - for more information call 498-1298
Additional parking will be available at SC State Park - enter at the Calafia entrance and tell the Ranger at the kiosk you are attending the Back to School NIght event. Bring a flashlight!
Special Early Dismissal Schedule:
Kindergarten Early Birds and Late Owls attend 8:00 - 11: 35 AM and Grades 1 - 5 attend from 8:00 AM - 12:05 PM
We look forward to seeing you there!
Lego Movie Night
Concordia Garden Club
Please note that these class placements are subject to change. Classes can be over or under enrolled at the beginning of the year, due to adds/drops and late registrations over the summer. As enrollment stabilizes once the school year begins, adjustments will be made.
TrueFlix is Here! It is a collection of E-Books to access from home!
You and your child now have the opportunity to access digital books from anywhere with only a computer, iPad, or any mobile device. Trueflix is a fun way to learn using videos, audio, images, text and so much more! It is perfect for homework help, information for reports, current events, science projects, experiments, and so much more! It is not your ordinary E-Books!
Please click here: http://trueflix.scholastic.com
Username: concordiasch Password: trueflix
Coming to Back to School Night?
Be sure to visit your child's library!
Travel back in time to the 1950s in Concordia's yearbooks
Look for a Celebration Book...
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Back to School Night - Tuesday, September 23rd
Concordia's Back to School Night will take place on Tuesday, September 23rd.
Grades K-2 6:30 pm - 7:10 pm
Grades 3-5 7:20 pm - 8:00 pm
Parents ONLY! Please come... Continue
Sign Up for Concordia's Listserve
If you would like to sign up to receive Concordia Listserve messages, click on the link below. The principal utilizes this service to distribute important school information. Stay informed! Sign up for the Principal's Info Bulletin today!
READERS OF THE WEEK
Concordia Elementary School is a community of voracious readers. WE LOVE BOOKS! Each week a different teacher is provided the opportunity to recognize an outstanding student reader as our Reader of the Week. Special 'READ' posters are then created that feature the student with a favorite book. Additional posters are also made for the teacher. The posters are displayed in our school library and on our website for a week, and then they are presented as a keepsake to the featured reader. These beautiful posters are created by Mrs. Christine Kramer, our amazing PTA Library Chairperson. Check out this week's Readers of the Week below.
New Student On-line Enrollment
If your student is new to CUSD, please click here to complete your enrollment on-line.
Do you shop at Ralph's? If so...
Please help Concordia's PTA and student body by linking your Ralph's card with the following:
ST Math for Tablets
Now your child can access ST Math homework from home using their tablet. Follow these simple instructions to get started.
Please use the 24 Hour Call-in Sick line if your child is unable to attend school: 492-7603.
14-15 Attendance Policy
Please click the link below for the 14-15 Attendance Policy letter:
Concordia's Butterfly Habitat Gardens
Concordia Elementary School Home of Project Splash
California law does not allow school districts to charge fees to students for curricular and extracurricular activities. However, due to state budget cuts, schools can no longer afford to fund many of these programs. Therefore, we sometimes request voluntary donations from parents to offset the costs of these activities. However, parents are not required to pay fees or make donations and all students may participate in extracurricular activities regardless of whether or not their parents make a donation. For additional and more detailed information about student fees, please click on the link below ($$$) which will take you to the Student Fees page on the CUSD website.