Welcome to Turtleback!
Ann Auten, Principal
TK: 8:05 am - 11:35 am, Mon-Fri
Kindergarten: 8:05 - 2:20, Mon-Thu; 8:05 - 12:50pm, Fri
Grades 1-5: 8:05 - 2:30pm, Mon-Thu; 8:05am - 1:00pm, Fri
Mon-Thurs 7:40 am - 3:10 pm
Fri 7:40 am - 2:00 pm
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year!
DATES TO CALENDAR
10/20-24 Red Ribbon Week
10/24 Harvest Festival
10/31 Halloween Parade
11/11 No School, Veterans Day
11/13 McTeacher Night
11/18 No School, Parent/Teacher Conferences
11/19 Minimum day, dismissal @ 11:35am (TK-K), 11:45am (1-5), Conferences
11/20 Minimum day, dismissal @ 11:35am (TK-K), 11:45am (1-5), Conferences
11/21 Minimum day, dismissal @ 11:35am (TK-K), 11:45am (1-5), Conferences
Next week is Red Ribbon/Character Counts Week! This is a great opportunity for our community to take a stand against unhealthy choices and reinforce what it means to have Good Character. Show your spirit by dressing up each day:
Monday is “Sock it to Drugs” so wear crazy socks to school.
Tuesday is “United We Stand Against Drugs” so wear red white and blue to school.
Wednesday is “Dress for Success” so dress up as what you want to be when you grow up.
Thursday is “Show Your Character” so wear colors representing the character pillars (red, orange, yellow, green, purple, and blue).
Friday is “Dreaming of a Bright Future” so wear your pajamas to school.
A big thank you to our wonderful PTA for organizing Red Ribbon/Character Counts Week!
In correlation with Red Ribbon Week, Mrs. Auten has been teaching Too Good for Drugs lessons to each grade level. Ask your child if they have had their lesson and what they learned. For more information regarding this program, click here: https://www.powayusd.com/enrollment/14-15FORMS/English/TooGoodForDrugs_2014.pdf
Events and Information
TBK Education Foundation Pledge Form
Join the Green Team here
Please take a moment to review the Student Handbook with your child. This handbook has Terrapin character expectations as well as other general information about our school.
Riding a bicycle is limited to children in grades 3, 4, and 5. Each child must wear a helmet and provide a lock for his/her bicycle. Students riding a bike to school must have a permission slip (click here) to download a form) signed by a parent, on file in the school office. Skateboards, roller shoes, and rollerblades are not allowed on campus.