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  • Student Information Form for the 2017-2018 School Year

    Dear Parents: As this school year draws toward a successful conclusion, we want to thank you for the many ways you support the staff and students at Ashley Falls School. During the final month of this school year, staff will begin developing preliminary 2017/2018 student placements. The placements and class rosters will be finalized in August. Many factors are considered as we make student placements.

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  • DMUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) - Provide your input.

    The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is an important component of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Under the LCFF all local education agencies (i.e. DMUSD) are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified pursuant to EC Section 52060(d). We value your input in this collaborative process as we review progress on the LCAP and revise actions for the upcoming school year.

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  • Screenagers Parent Night - 4/27/17 at 6:00 pm

    Parents are invited to attend and view the documentary SCREENAGERS. SCREENAGERS probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including the director's own, and depicts messy struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists, solutions emerge on how we can empower kids to best navigate the digital world. SCREENAGERS is appropriate for children in 5th grade and above, including middle school and high school students.

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  • Ashley Falls Site Teacher of the Year!!

    Congratulations to Ms. Danielle Rhoades, our Ashley Falls Site Teacher of the Year! Danielle is an excellent example of what a Del Mar teacher should strive to be. She is constantly looking for ways to grow as an educator and adapt her instruction to meet the individual needs of students in her classroom. Ms. Rhoades is the type of teacher who goes out of her way to make students and families feel connected to her and one another. Students feel safe in her classroom to take risks, ask questions, and take ownership over their learning to make as much progress as possible. Not only does she shine in the classroom, she also dedicates her time to bettering herself outside the classroom through leadership roles throughout the district. Ms. Rhoades is one of our District Math Apprentices and she teaches and mentors teachers and staff on how to teach math instruction through cognitively guided instruction. We are so proud and lucky to have Danielle as part of the Ashley Falls Team!

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  • Ashley Falls Classified Employee of the Year!

    Congratulations to Mrs. Pauline LaBarge Ashley Falls Classified Employee of the Year!! Pauline goes above and beyond in so many ways that it is hard to capture it all. She is not only the Librarian, but she is also an Instructional Aide in our SDC classroom. This year, she also stepped up and took over our Safety Patrol. Pauline loves every aspect of each of her role's and is always asking what more she can do. Mrs. LaBarge is here past school hours on a daily basis putting in her best effort to ensure that our students have an amazing school experience. We are very grateful for all that Pauline does for Ashley Falls!

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  • DMUSD Wellness Policy

    As we celebrate the holidays, please be reminded that the District’s Wellness Policy includes the following requirements for food brought on campus for students. Check here for district nutrition guidelines.

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  • Implementing the 8 Keys of Excellence at Home

    Join Ms. Farricker on September 20th at 6:00-7:30 pm to learn about the 8 Keys of Excellence and how they can positively impact your child and your family. Come build our common language that will help your children live their best lives in and out of school. We will examine how to connect the 8 Keys with grade level appropriate literature at home.

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  • Box Tops Education

    The Box Tops 4 Education fundraising program has been revamped this year! Please raid your pantry and clip your Box Tops. Have your child bring the Box Tops to their CLASSROOM (please do not turn your Box Tops in at the front office). Box Tops will be collected during the months of November, February and May. The classroom that collects the most Box Tops on each of these months, will receive a prize!! The students of the winning classroom will all receive a free kid’s meal at a local restaurant, and the teacher will receive an awesome prize too!!! This is a great and easy fundraiser for Ashley Falls. Each Box Tops is worth 10 cents, so START CLIPPING!

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  • Attendance Matters

    Attendance Matters! Friendly reminder that when students who have been absent return to school, they shall present a satisfactory explanation verifying the reason for the absence within three (3) calendar days of the student’s return.

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