Back-to-School Nights to be held for parents at Rancho Santa Fe School

The Rancho Santa Fe School District and Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation will be hosting Back-to-School Nights on the following dates: Sept. 3 (Grades 6-8); Sept. 5 (Grades K-2); Sept. 10 (Grades 3-5). All Back-to-School Nights are adults-only.

For grades K-5, the evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center (PAC)  with a welcome from the K-5 Principal.  At 7 p.m., parents will then proceed to their child’s classroom to meet with the teachers and specialists and receive an overview of the curriculum for the upcoming year.  There will also be an opportunity to learn about and sign up for various volunteer opportunities available within the classroom and with the Education Foundation.  There will only be one session per evening, and it will end at 8 p.m.

Back to School Night for grades 6-8 will begin with a Parent Technology Orientation in the PAC at 5 p.m.  Following, at 5:45 p.m., will be an Informational Meeting led by Lindy Delaney, Steve Rossier, and Grades 6-8 Principal Garret Corduan.   This will be an important opportunity to hear about new programs and opportunities being introduced for the upcoming school year, please make sure to attend. Following will be the chance for parents to rotate through each of their child’s classrooms.

Following will be the chance for parents to rotate through each of their child’s classrooms.

The rotation schedule is as follows:

6:15-6:30: Period 1

6:33-6:48: Period 2

6:51-7:06: Period 3

7:41-7:56: Period 4

7:59-8:14: Period 5

8:17-8:32: Period 6

7:09-7:39: Mandatory Parent Meeting in PAC

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