Kindergarten and New Family Night is Thursday! From LASD HAPS ABOUT CAMPUS

Each week Los Altos Hills resident Laura Orella lets readers know what's going on in LASD elementary and middle schools. Today's post includes New Family Night.


They say the principal is your pal.

And on Thursday night, new families to the Los Altos School District are about to find out. Principals from district elementary schools will take the stage December 6 for the district's Kindergarten and New Family Information Night.

Principals Nancy Davis of Almond, Erin Green of Covington, Kimberly Attell of Loyola, Principal Cadwell of Gardner Bullis, Amy Romem of Oak, Ryan Haven of Santa Rita, and Wade Spenader of Springer will open up their school multipurpose rooms at 7 p.m. and play host to new families seeking information on our high performing schools.

Using multimedia presentations, the principals plan to outline the district's commitment to revolutionizing learning for all students, discuss the academic programs and how the families can get involved in their individual campuses to join in each neighborhood community. Parents will also get a full overview of the kindergarten programs.

After the multipurpose room overview, parents can tour the school and enjoy the kindergarten rooms and grounds. There Kindergarten teachers as well as parents will greet the newcomers and answer any questions.

So come one, come all to meet a new "pal."

Here's the breakdown of the evening at a glance:

Kindergarten & New Family
Information Night

Thursday, December 6, 7:00pm

Information night will be hosted at all neighborhood elementary schools: Almond, Covington, Gardner Bullis, Loyola, Oak, Santa Rita, Springer.

Principals will present information on:
• How LASD is revolutionizing learning for all students
• Elementary school programs & highlights
• Student Registration

For more information, contact your neighborhood school or the district office at (650) 947-1150 or visit http://www.lasdschools.org/District/4309-Kindergarten-Registration.html.

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