Capri Elementary School

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Capri Showcase 2019

 

                                                                    

Join us for the annual Capri Showcase!  This is a great opportunity to see the wonderful things your child has been working on all year.

Únase a nosotros para la exhibición anual de Capri! Esta es una gran oportunidad para ver las cosas maravillosas en las que su hijo ha estado trabajando durante todo el año.

Day: Thursday, May 30, 2019 / Día: jueves 30 de mayo de 2019.

Time: 2:30pm – 3:15pm / Hora: 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm

Where: Your student’s classroom…

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Capri's fourth and fifth graders showed off what they have been learning all year in music class.  Their audience was treated to singing as well as a recorder performance.  Great job fourth and fifth grade!

June 1 Book Give-Away

 

Encourage reading at home with free, gently used books from the school library.

Every library refreshes its stock and school libraries are no exception. That was especially true when transforming the former Campbell Middle School library into one for Campbell School of Innovation's elementary students. Some non-fiction books were too old or out of date for use in today's classrooms. Some are too worn, and some are duplicates of fiction titles that are no longer used. 

We recognize that these books still have some value to others outside of our schools, so we are…

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How will you keep your child's busy mind active when schools close for summer?

Our popular summer camp programs offer a safe and fun way for your child to enjoy the summer. Our weekly summer camp experiences offer a well-rounded program that includes Science Technology, Recreation, Engineering, Art and Math (STREAM) themed activities, field trips and more.

See our summer camp information online or click here to register.

Please Note the Time Change!
Capri Elementary School Garden Work Day! 

Volunteers will be be weeding, installing signs, and establishing the border along the Native Garden. Volunteers are encouraged to bring the following items: Hat, Closed-toe shoes, Hand shovels, Sunscreen, Your kids, Water, Garden gloves

Join us on Sunday, May 19 from ***1:00pm- 4:00pm***
at Capri Elementary…

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Capri Yearbooks

 

Deadline to order your student's yearbook is Friday, May 17th. Go to www.jostens.com to order.  Please indicate your student's teacher when ordering.

Yearbooks are $28 each.  A limited number of yearbooks will be available for sale after school starting June 5th. Checks made out to Capri PTA or cash will be accepted.

 We are so happy to share with you the news that Capri made the list of Top Bay Area Public Schools for Underserved Students 2019.

Every year for the last four years, Innovate Public Schools has published a list of the Bay Area public schools that are closing opportunity gaps. These are schools beating the statewide average for low-income Latino or African American students in one or more factors including math and reading scores, and college eligibility rates, while maintaining low suspension rates.

We are proud of this honor and of our students. We hope you…

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Stressed? Depressed? Trying Your Best? 
Come to Wellness Week Activities!

May 13 – 17 is Wellness Week. As May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we have planned many activities to help families be well and to spotlight the importance of overall wellness for our school community. Presentations for students, staff and parents will take place at the Monroe Middle School campus, in addition to lunch-time activities that focus on ways to attain mental, physical, and social-emotional wellness.

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The San Jose Public Library will be holding their summer learning kickoff on Saturday, June 1st 11:00am-2:00pm at the Bascom Branch.  Enjoy ice cream, crafts and fun while learning how to avoid the "summer slide"! Learn about the Library's free events, contests and summer reading program. For more information go to https://www.sjpl.org/summer.

Summer Tutoring

 

San Jose Public Library will be hosting Read, Write, Discover, a literacy tutoring program.  The program is for students wo are struggling or are facing language barriers.  High School students are trained to tutor 1st - 8th grade students in reading and writing skills.  The program is free but you must register.  Registration is being held on Saturday Jun 8th from 10:00am - 1:00 pm at the Bascom Ave. Branch