- Friday, September 19: Grades 3-5
Join the Rancho Santa Fe School Community and the GO Green Club for the 30th annual Coastal Cleanup. Help continue our tradition of stewardship and caring for our wetland and ocean habitats!
- When: Saturday, September 20
- Time: 9 AM to Noon
- Where: Solana Beach, San Elijo Lagoon Trailhead at Rios Ave.
To pre-register for this event click on this link: http://www.cleanupday.org/cleanupsites.htm?ID=A&ID2=84
All kids need to have a signed parental waiver to participate. Waivers are available on-line, or can be filled out on the day of the event. Help to make this a green event by bringing your own gloves and bucket or bags!
DIRECTIONS TO San Elijo Lagoon Trailhead at Rios: Take Interstate 5 to the Loma Santa Fe Dr. Make a right and head towards the beach. Turn right on Rios Ave. (before Cedros) and go to the end and park along the curb. Parking is limited, so carpool if possible.
For more information contact Roberta Dean at email@example.com
K-5 Mathematics Curriculum Overview on Tuesday, September 23 at 8:05 a.m. in the PAC. Classroom tour will follow the presentation.
6-8 Mathematics Curriculum Overview on Tuesday, September 30 at 8:05 a.m. in the PAC. Classroom tour will follow the presentation.
K-5 ELA Curriculum Overview on Tuesday, October 14 at 8:05 a.m. in the PAC. Classroom tour will follow the presentation.
6-8 ELA Curriculum Overview on Tuesday, October 21 at 8:05 a.m. in the PAC. Classroom tour will follow the presentation.
Kicking off the 2014-2015 School Year!
We hope you’ve had a enjoyable summer. Click on the buttons below for important back-to-school information.
Pali Middle School Camp
This year, we are excited to offer a camp experience for all of our middle school students! Sixth, seventh, and eighth graders will attend camp at the Pali Institute. The Pali Institute is a WASC accredited institution and offers curriculum-based courses in three main areas: Outdoor Education, Leadership and Science.
For a more detailed overview of what is offered at the Pali Institute please see below the Parent Letter/Permission Slip, camp flyer and you may visit: http://www.paliinstitute.com/ .
Help us with our Sands of the World Map!!
Are you taking a trip over the summer? Add to our Sand of the World Map! If you (or someone you know), is taking a trip to a coastal (or lake or desert) location, we would love a sample of the sand from your trip. For each of your destinations, please bring back a zip lock baggie or plastic bottle ½ filled with sand. Make sure that it is completely dry before bagging it up, and label it with the location of where it was collected.
*Please do not take sand from posted marine reserves, or protected areas! Sands can be dropped off in the office, or left for Mrs. Dean in Room 601.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Happy trails!