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Parents and Students:

Happy Spring! It looks like we have hazy sunshine for the week, so I hope we can all get outdoors and enjoy the good weather while it lasts.

1. CJLC will be closed April 8-12th for spring break. We follow the PCS calendar, so please let us know if you have a different spring break so we can update the schedule.

2. We are beginning to get questions about our summer tutoring. I don't have any specifics for you, yet. I will update you as we get things set up in the next few weeks.

Time is flying by. It seems crazy that there is just a little over two months of school left. Let's all push toward the end and finish strong with all the projects, AP tests, and finals. We can do it!

Christie & Team

Parents and Students,

It has been a soggy few weeks, but hopefully that means our gardens and aquifers will be full this spring. 

1. We will be closed Monday, March 18th. Petaluma City Schools has an inservice day for teachers. I hope you enjoy the day off and can do something fun.

2. All the rain wreaks havoc on the baseball and softball schedules as practices and games are postponed and rescheduled. Keep checking Teachworks for open sessions and follow the prompts to join. If you have forgotten your Teachworks password, just enter your email address and reset your password. It is quick and painless. 

3. There are two more dates for the SAT and ACT. Make sure you register soon so you can get a seat (and can take your test locally). Time can get away from us, so it is important to take action.

Keep working hard. To achieve big goals, we have to take small steps consistently. We build our accomplishments one piece at a time. You’ve got this!

Christie & Team

Parents and Students:

I hope you were able to get outside this weekend to enjoy the good weather. The next batch of rain comes on Wednesday. Drive carefully out there and be safe.

1. We will be closed the week of Feb 19-23rd . PCS is closing that week as a Mid-Winter Break and emergency school closure allowance in case of fires. Because so many of our students are in Petaluma City Schools, we follow their calendar. I know this can be a challenge for those families outside of PCS. Please let us know if you would like to set up an additional session the week before or after the break.

2. Juniors: it is time to start thinking about whether you want to take the SAT or ACT. While some schools are not requiring the tests for admission, they do require them for scholarships and for placement into math and English courses. The content for the SAT and ACT is very similar, but the format is quite different. Take a free practice test and score it to see which test is the better choice for you. If you want help preparing for the test, email us and we can set it up.

3. The Sonoma County Public Library just finished up their 2024 Winter Reading Challenge. Check out their reading bingo sheet; inspire yourself to try reading a new author or genre. Scroll down for the explanations in English and Spanish. Alternatively, you can try an audio book or movie. There is so much to explore.

As always, we are here to cheer you on, help you achieve your goals, encourage you through setbacks, and celebrate your victories.

Christie & Team

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