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Anti-bullying program sponsored by the Rialto Police Department, Colton Police Department, NASCAR and Shell Oil

On Friday, May 22, 2015 beginning at 7:30 A.M., Curtis Elementary School will be teaming up with the Rialto Police Department, Colton Police Department, Shell Oil and NASCAR for a Superhero Anti-Bullying event called "Fuel for Success." Student in grades 2-5 will attend an anti-bullying assembly after ALL Curtis students are welcomed onto campus by staff in an Anti-Bullying Tunnel of HopeALL STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR SUPERHERO costumes, shirts, hats, etc.  The best two costumes in school will receive a special prize.

 

Students will  be joining together in an art contest to demonstrate the power they have to stop bullying. Students’ self-esteem and self-confidence is raised by the influence and interaction with the Officers, Education Leaders, and staff. Healthy lifestyles and encouragement are promoted by the race drivers and all the Police Officers.  Students see by example with the NASCAR drivers that hard work, following your dreams, and a drug free life style can be very rewarding.  Students are shown through care and hope they can stay focused in school, despite any obstacles and challenges they may face in the future.

Friday, May 22nd

7:30 – 8:15 = Students are welcomed onto campus in an Anti-Bullying Tunnel of Hope

8:30 – 9:30 = 2nd and 3rd grade Anti-Bullying Rally in cafeteria

9:30 – 10:30 = 4th  and 5th  grade Anti-Bullying Rally in cafeteria

10:45 – 11:45 = Police officers and guests visit all kinder and 1st grade classes to promote” Fuel For Success” and educate students on how to stop bullying

 

YEARBOOKS - Pre-sales in the front office - $12 each

HOLIDAY - ****NO SCHOOL**** May 25th

Last DAY of School - Tuesday, June 2nd

 

Yearbook Pre-Sales - $12

Yearbook Pre-Sales - $12

Curtis Elementary School Gears Up to "Fuel for Success"


Anti-bullying program sponsored by the Rialto Police Department, NASCAR and Shell Oil

On May 20, 2015, Curtis Elementary School will be teaming up with the Rialto Police Department, Colton Police Department, Shell Oil and NASCAR for a Superhero Anti-Bullying event called "Fuel for Success." Student in grades 2-5 will attend an anti-bullying assembly after ALL Curtis students are welcomed onto campus by staff in an Anti-Bullying Tunnel of Hope.

Students will  be joining together in an art contest to demonstrate the power they have to stop bullying. Students’ self-esteem and self-confidence is raised by the influence and interaction with the Officers, Education Leaders and Chaperones. Healthy lifestyles and encouragement are promoted by the race drivers and all the Police Officers.  Students see by example with the NASCAR drivers that hard work, following your dreams, and a drug free life style can be very rewarding.  Students are shown through care and hope they can stay focused in school, despite any obstacles and challenges they may face in the future.

 

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The Rialto Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of the actual or perceived race, ethnicity, religion, color, age, national origin, political affiliation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, parental or marital status, or any other basis protected by the federal, state, or local law, ordinance, or regulation in its educational programs or employment.

504 Information

Each RUSD school has an Administrator who is the 504 Coordinator. To contact the 504 Coordinator, you may contact your child's school directly or you may request the information from the DISTRICT 504 Coordinator, Angela Brantley, Director of Child Welfare and Attendance at (909) 820-7700 ext. 2352