Mrs. Resor’s band students at practice at San Cayetano.
Mrs. Resor’s band students at practice at San Cayetano.
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Art teacher and acclaimed local artist Virginia Neuman share some laughs with Mrs. Chambers first grade students in art class at San Cayetano.
Art teacher and acclaimed local artist Virginia Neuman share some laughs with Mrs. Chambers first grade students in art class at San Cayetano.
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Paula Phillips, from Right Road Kids, came to speak to the students about what a good citizen is and how being a good citizen can help not only the students, but others around them in their community.
Paula Phillips, from Right Road Kids, came to speak to the students about what a good citizen is and how being a good citizen can help not only the students, but others around them in their community.
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Paula Phillips, from Right Road Kids, spoke to San Cayetano students about what they should do when faced with a challenge and how teamwork can help them reach their goals.
Paula Phillips, from Right Road Kids, spoke to San Cayetano students about what they should do when faced with a challenge and how teamwork can help them reach their goals.
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On Monday, February 7, 2011, San Cayetano School recognized good citizenship and character at their Peacebuilder Assembly. Paula Phillips, from Right Road Kids, came to speak to the students about what a good citizen is and how being a good citizen can help not only the students, but others around them in their community. She spoke to the students about what they should do when faced with a challenge and how teamwork can help them reach their goals. Paula continued the Peacebuilder challenge to the students for them to think of a way individually, or as a class to find a new way to be a Peacebuilder in their lives. Paula told the students she would be excited to hear about and see what they had come up with in May when she comes back to visit San Cayetano for the Peacebuilder Celebration of Service. ASB President, Cali Wyand, assisted Paula in handing out the Peacebuilder Awards. The Peacebuilders for February are: Joseph Cervantes, Alexis Andrade, Rosalyn Diaz, Jose Suarez, Austin Gunter, Leslie Garcia, Dulce Rodriguez, Diego Ruiz, Bryan Sanchez, Jessica Nava, Joe Rivas, Amie Sanchez, Brianna Sanchez, Robert McElroy, Melia Galindo, Priscilla Almanza, Kasey Crawford, Antonio Villalobos, Kiana Valenzuela, and Erika Garza. At the primary grade assembly, Cali then announced to the students that John Paul Pet is sponsoring the San Cayetano Character Counts Award of a $100.00 savings bond. Violet Padilla, from Mrs. Fluke’s class, was chosen by the kindergarten teachers as a model of outstanding behavior and kindness to the other students. She was recognized with a certificate and the savings bond will be ordered and mailed to her. To conclude the assembly, the students were reminded to turn in their Perfect Attendance tickets. Each month all students who come to school, each day, on time, are given an orange raffle ticket. The students place their tickets in a box and one ticket is drawn. The student whose ticket is drawn is given a backpack full of supplies. Each month, the tickets will be put into a larger box that will be kept until the end of the year. In June, Mrs. Marholin, the principal, will draw from the tickets to give away two new bicycles. Julia Pace won the Perfect Attendance Award.

 


 
Ms. Dewey’s 4th/5th grade class at San Cayetano reach for their best ideas and programming skills when working with robotics.
Ms. Dewey’s 4th/5th grade class at San Cayetano reach for their best ideas and programming skills when working with robotics.
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S.T.E.A.M. is an Educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math as access points for guiding students inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. S.T.E.A.M. has been brought to the forefront of schools curriculum in recent years. S.T.E.A.M. is a movement championed by Rhode Island School of Design & widely adopted by educational institutions, corporations and individuals. (The STEAM Festival)

The S.T.E.A.M. festival is here to make learning fun with Steampunk themed workshops, games, vendors and entertainment; united through the power of imagination and shaped with the aesthetic of Time Travelers, Tinkerers and Steampunks. It’s the worlds of Jules Verne and Leonardo Da Vinci played out exclusively at old train towns and museums across the western United States. Steampunk is a genre of science fiction that has a historical setting and typically features steam-powered machinery rather than advanced technology. A perfect fit for the existing train museums that feature Steam engines and other extinct technology.

The STEAM Festival
Saturday, November 4, 2017 10:00 PM - 5:00 PM PST
Fillmore Railway
364 Main St, Fillmore, CA 93015


 
Perfect Attendance Winner this month from San Cayetano is Julia Pace, a third grader.
Perfect Attendance Winner this month from San Cayetano is Julia Pace, a third grader.
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Elizabeth Castaneda is a fifth grader at San Cayetano School and this year's Spelling Bee Winner. She is in Mr. Maus's class. There were 10 participants and Lizzie prevailed as the winner.
Elizabeth Castaneda is a fifth grader at San Cayetano School and this year's Spelling Bee Winner. She is in Mr. Maus's class. There were 10 participants and Lizzie prevailed as the winner.
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Hector Rubio sits proudly by his California Mission project.
Hector Rubio sits proudly by his California Mission project.
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Melia Galindo is shown with her 4th grade California Mission project.
Melia Galindo is shown with her 4th grade California Mission project.
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