ANNOUNCEMENTS


SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
The next meeting of the Lucerne Elementary School District Board of Trustees is Wednesday, December 10, 2014.  Meetings begin at 5:30 p.m. in room C-8.  School Board meetings are open to the public...

CHARACTER COUNTS
The next Character Counts assembly will be held,   
Monday, December 15, 2014 at 9:15 a.m.

THANKSGIVING BREAK
Friday, November 21st is a minimum day for students. There will be no school during Thanksgiving break, Monday, Nov. 24th through Friday, Nov. 28th School will resume Monday, December 2nd.

NEW IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENT
Pertussis is widespread. If your child 10 years and older has not received the Tdap pertussis booster shot, please contact your doctor or health department. Getting a booster shot now will protect your child against the ongoing threat of pertussis and meet a new school requirement  (California law ~ Assembly Bill 354) Adults are also advised to get a pertussis booster shot, if they haven't already, to protect themselves, their families, and their students.

Breakfast/ Lunch Program
Extra Milks= .30
All students at Lucerne Elementary are served meals at 'NO CHARGE'

After School Program
274-8953

Preschool
274-7723





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Lucerne Elementary School
Home of the "Eagles"
Mike Brown
Superintendent/Principal
Lucerne Elementary
School
and District Office

3351 Country Club Drive
P.O. Box 1083
Lucerne, CA  95458

(707) 274-5578
Fax: (707) 274-9865


Lisa Cockerton
Business Manager
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http://www.freetranslation.com/
Attendance
Regular attendance is a very important part of your child’s education. It has been well demonstrated that regular attendance is a key factor in the success a student achieves at school. Students who have good attendance generally achieve higher grades, enjoy school more, and are much more employable after leaving school. Students with a high absenteeism rate, or excessive tardies, reduce their chances for a quality education, and for success after leaving school.
Please make sure your child is present and on time at school each day. Each person between the ages of 6 and 18 (or until he/she earns a high school diploma) are required to attend school. Parents are responsible for their child’s attendance.

Your child will be deemed truant and shall be reported to the attendance supervisor or to the superintendent for any of the following:
  •  If your child is absent from school without a valid excuse 3 full days in one school year;
  • or tardy or absent for more than any 30-minute period during the school day without a valid excuse on 3 occasions in one school year;
  •  If after a student is absent for 10 or more days due to illness (combination of full or partial days over 30 minutes), a doctor’s note is required for each subsequent absence, or the student will be deemed truant.
  •  or any combinations thereof.

Schools are no longer funded for students who are absent, even for excused absences. However, the state still requires that schools account for and document the reason a student is absent.

How to Notify the School for Student Absences:
1. Parents are requested to call the school on the morning of the absence:
Angela Austin 274-5578 ext. 10
Beth Cramer 274-5578 ext. 13

2. Fill out the email absence form on this page with the information below.

3. Send a note  with your child when he/she returns to school with the following information:
• Date of absence(s)
• Date note is written
• Student’s first and last name
• Name of student’s teacher
• Specific reason for absence
• Parent Signature – Please put relationship to student by your signature

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