Many students get homework each night and part of that homework includes to “study” for a test or project coming up. All students in the lower grades have been taught how to study and teachers model good study habits all the time. When students see “study” in their homework notes without anything actually due the next day, they think…

(AKA: EXTENDED TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN)… Pick up registration forms in the school office. Office hours are 7:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M. The office will be closed Dec. 23, 24, 25, 31 Jan. 1. ESK classes begin on Monday, January 11, 2016 at 7:50A.M. To register your child you will need: 1. An official proof of birth…

COPELAND’S CORNER… Important information: Wednesday the 21st, Thursday the 22nd, and Friday the 23rd are Minimum Days for Parent/Teacher Conferences. You have received, or will be receiving, a day and time to meet. If you do not hear from your child’s teacher regarding a suggested appointment time by tomorrow, please call the school and let us know.…

Is your child interested in becoming a girl scout? Please join us for a parent meeting September 1st, @ 5:45pm at the Julian Library. Future girl scouts are encouraged to come as an activity will be held for them while the meeting is going on. This meeting is in hopes of finding enough parent volunteers to…

The High School Registration Letter is on it’s way.  Below is the content of the letter.  You may download the actual letter in PDF format by clicking here.    July 22, 2015 Greetings from Julian High! I hope you’re having a great summer!! This letter is to let you know about some important dates that…

https://camp.withgoogle.com/about Here is the information from the Camp Google Site   What age is Camp Google for? Camp Google is geared towards kids ages 7-10, but with proper supervision, Camp Google is open to kids of all ages. Does my kid need to register or have a Google Account to participate? Nope. You don’t need…

The Sheriff’s Department aims to provide you the highest quality of public safety service. Part of this mission is keeping your children safe. We are committed to preventing underage drinking and saving lives. We want to raise awareness of this critical issue by providing information on this page about the risks of underage drinking and…

The end of April is fast approaching and that means just one thing – back to school for the majority of the state’s children following Spring Break. Some parents may be counting down the days til the schools reopen their gates while others may feel a little sad at the prospect of the break ending…