Welcome

Rolando Roadrunners

Dear Rolando Families,

I would like to extend a warm welcome to our new and returning families, and share with you how much the entire staff and I look forward to the 2014-15 school year!   I am honored to be serving our community as the principal of Rolando Elementary. Our school has an excellent reputation for high student achievement, dedicated teachers, and strong parent involvement. I look forward to working together to continue proud traditions, add to our family events, and continue to increase student achievement through meaningful engagement in the classroom.

I believe that educating a child is truly a partnership. The teachers, staff and I are dedicated to creating a rewarding educational program, and we depend on the support and partnerships with our families to make sure our children reach their potential.   Volunteers are always welcome at Rolando and there are many ways to get involved. Communicating with your child’s teacher on a regular basis, supporting classroom expectations at home, reading to or with your child at home, helping in the classroom or on campus, joining the PTA, ELAC or School Site Council, becoming a Watch Dog, helping with special events, and simply attending family nights are a few of the many ways in which you can be an active parent. Whatever you are able to contribute, whether it is time, supply donations, or helping from home or on site, your involvement and support is important to our success.


The mission of Rolando Elementary School is to build a strong academic foundation by providing an instructional program emphasizing high standards of achievement. We are also a PeaceBuilder school. That means we work together to create a school climate that is peaceful, productive, and safe. We use the PeaceBuilder Circle and Pledge to focus on positive and improved behavior and attitudes every day.

I look forward to getting to know each and every child and family at Rolando. I am confident that through our partnership, this will be a positively memorable year for all our Roadrunners! 

Respectfully Yours,

Mrs. Scheftner, Principal

 

California Distinguished School
Rolando Elementary is a California Distinguished School.. This is quite an honor, and we wish to thank our dedicated parents and staff for helping to earn this distinction among public schools! 

School Announcements

  • School Safety and Student Security 

    If you have information to report about an incident at your child's school or for questions regarding school safety, please contact the Principal, Janelle Scheftner at 619-668-5800 or janelle.scheftner@lmsvsd.net

    You may make an anonymous report using the information below:

    Crime Stoppers (800-222-8477http://www.crimestoppersusa.com
    Students Speaking Out (888-580-8477http://www.studentsspeakingout.org

     

    Seguridad Escolar y Protección Estudiantil

     

    Si Ud. tiene información para reportar sobre algún incidente que ocurrió en la escuela de su niño o tiene preguntas sobre la seguridad escolar, favor de comunicarse con el/la Directora de la escuela, Janelle Scheftner (619) 668-5800 o janelle.scheftner@lmsvsd.net.

     Ud. puede hacer una llamada anónima utilizando la siguiente información:

    Crime Stoppers (800-222-8477) http://www.crimestoppersusa.com
    Students Speaking Out (888-580-8477) http://www.studentsspeakingout.org

     
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  • 2014-15: Our first day of school was THURSDAY, AUGUST 14.  All K-6 students meet at our Peace Circle by 8:30 each day.  Attendance is taken promptly at 8:30a.m.   Kindergarten will join Peace Circle after our October break.

    You may access grade level school SUPPLY LISTS via Student tab above.
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  • School starts at 8:30—
    Classes begin at 8:30 sharp at the Peace Circle! 
    School dismisses Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri at 2:50.  
    Tuesday dismissal is 1:35
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  • Perfect Attendance Criteria
    Our year-end Perfect Attendance award means zero absences and zero tardies; the only exceptions are doctor-note verified tardies.
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  • Lost and Found

    Please note that all unmarked, abandoned clothing is donated to charity at the start of every break. Any clothing or lunch box with a student name on it will be returned to the student. All lost items can be checked daily as they hang on the wall next to our lunch court. Found personal items like glasses or jewelry are kept  in the front office.
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