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Capri Elementary School

School News

Updated Wed, Sep 22nd

Fall conferences will be held October 4th - 8th.

Students will be dismissed early each day:

12:10 pm  TK - 3

12:20 pm 4-5

Please be on time to pick up your student(s).

Updated Wed, Sep 22nd

We are inviting all Capri students to participate in the Capri Yearbook Cover Contest.  The deadline for entries is Friday, October 15th.  Please see the attached flyer (English and Spanish) for all the important details.

Updated Wed, Sep 22nd

Ms. Mancuso's class enjoyed one brief day of cooler Fall weather by taking Benchmark English Language Arts outside.  With the Capri mural as the background and our new turf, we could not resist snapping a picture.

Updated Wed, Sep 22nd

Generations School Photography will be taking school pictures of all our students on Tuesday, September 28th.  No paperwork is needed, all students will have their picture taken.

Proofs and order information will be emailed to parents two weeks after picture day.

We will do an additional Picture Day for students who missed the first one on November 14th.

Questions?  Contact Generations School Photography.

 

Updated 12 min 21 sec ago

Congratulations to Sherry Ghahremani and Elliot Scozzola our newly elected parent representatives for School Site Council. They will join Michael Rich and Fadi Kandah on School Site Council.  SSC is a committee of school personnel and parents who review the school plan annually, establish a budget, make modifications as necessary, and assist in the evaluation of the school's programs. School Site Council meetings are open to families in the Capri community.

Updated Wed, Sep 15th

The Dot is the story of a caring teacher who dares a doubting student to trust in her own abilities by being brave enough to “make her mark”. What begins with a small dot on a piece of paper becomes a breakthrough in confidence and courage, igniting a journey of self-discovery and sharing, which has gone on to inspire countless children and adults around the globe.

Capri Fifth graders buddied up with First graders to make artwork based on the book.

Updated Wed, Sep 15th

Project Cornerstone and Los Dichos are district-backed initiatives committed to helping all students feel valued, respected and known.  Parent volunteers read encouraging books to classrooms and conduct an active discussion afterward.  A total of eight books are read each year. The Spanish-language Los Dichos program opens new doors for parents from diverse cultures to support their children’s school success as well as the healthy development of all young people in their communities.

The goals of the programs are to increase student achievement, learning engagement, and interpersonal competence by improving school climate and increase the number of caring adults that students interact with at school to enable them to feel increased levels of support and value.

The Capri PTA is looking for someone to head up these programs. 

If you are interested in Project Cornerstone please reach out to the Capri PTA at Capripta [at] gmail.com

If you are interested in Los Dichos please contact Debbie Nogales at dnogales [at] campbellusd.org.

Updated Wed, Sep 15th

Help support the Capri PTA by having dinner out at Chipotle at 1645 Saratoga Ave. Ste 10 on Tuesday, September 21st.  See the attached flyer for details.  33% of the proceeds will be donated to the Capri PTA.

Updated Thu, Sep 23rd

Mr. Brown will be discussing:

  •  The “Nuts and Bolts” of Capri 

  • Discussing possible events for the year

  • Future Parent Learning Community topics

The meeting will be held via Zoom.  The Zoom link is on Seesaw in the Monday Envelope.

 

Updated Thu, Sep 23rd

See the attached flyer for all the details!  You do not need to be a member of the PTA to attend the meeting!