It's the Standard!

Does your Borchardt Bear have their Multiplication Facts memorized?

Here is a great website to practice the facts.  This site allows the students to take a multiplication quiz on the computer.  When they press finished, the computer will correct it for them!  They are also given the choice to print out the test too!

http://multiplication.com/

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Click For Bullying Pledge:

Interesting Facts About BullyingResearchers note that if a victim fights a bully and the bully wins, this loss will only make matters worse for the victim.  Consequently, researchers argue that fighting back should not be encouraged.  Instead, the child should be encouraged to walk away and tell an adult if he feels someone is about to hurt him.  According to disability, harassment, civil, and criminal laws bullying can easily become a crime.

Coming Soon to Borchardt

Watch D.O.G.S. is returning to Borchardt. If you are interested in volunteering, please stop by the office to get a fingerprint request form and select a date. 

 

San Joaquin County Mobile Farmer's Market is returning to Borchardt on Thursday, May 19 8:45-10:30! Seventy families will leave with free fruit and vegetables. 

BORCHARDT MONDAY MESSAGE

CAASPP Parent Information

Sample Student Score Report for 2015–16 Available Online

A sample 2015–16 CAASPP Student Score Report is now posted on the California Department of Education (CDE) CAASPP Student Score Report Information Web page. The new report shows sample student data from two years, 2014–15 and 2015–16.

 

New Parent Communication Resources

Three new resources designed to help schools and districts better communicate with parents about the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments are now available on the CDE CAASPP Communications Toolkit Web page. These resources—a template letter to parents, a parent checklist, and guidance on shifting and refining the assessment-related messages delivered to parents—can be customized to suit the needs of the local educational agency (LEA) or individual school.

Dr. Washer visits the poetry contest winners

Running of the Bears, hat day, killer volleyball

Educational Websites and Online Learning Games for Our Borchardt Bears

Special Attention

As you drop off your children, please be sure to follow the guidelines below.

  • Drive slowly through the unloading zone, pulling all the way up to the drop off sign
  • Leave the drop off zone quickly and carefully (parents are not to stay parked in this zone when dropping off students)
  • Turn right when exiting the parking lot

If you would like to stay in the parking lot for more than a minute, we invite you to park in the parking lot and enjoy those last few morning moments with your child. 

 

Dirk Verdoorn from KCRA 3 Visits Borchardt

WOW Museum comes to third grade

Congratulations to Nazneen for winning the LUSD Spelling Bee!

Lunch with Administrators

Safe Web Search

Surfing the internet isn't always 100% safe for children. While google tries to manage safety, it may not be the best search engine for our children. We recommend you use the following search engines when searching on the internet. 

Search Engine - http://www.kidrex.org/ 

Image Search Engine - http://www.safeimages.safesearchkids.com/ 

 

Lunch with loved ones

Teambuilding 2015

Events

 

Wednesday, May 4 - Music in Our Schools at Tokay High at 7:00 PM


Friday, May 6 - Muffins for Moms at 8:00 AM 


Friday, May 13 - Borchardt Jog-a-thon


Running Club Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:45-3:30

2015-2016 Yearbooks

Yearbook presale  May 3-17 

$6 per yearbook

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School Site Council

ELAC

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Go to Borchardt, Go to Lodi Middle School, Go to Tokay High School, Go to College!

Sport your favorite college shirt every Wednesday!

 

The Most Important Meal of the Day!

Breakfast is served daily from 8:00 to 8:20.

 

Every Friday is Spirit Day!

Wear your Burgundy and Blue with great pride.

For Student Safety

All adults must be prepared to show a photo ID when checking students out of class.  As we become acquainted with parents and begin to know which students belong to which adults, we can relax on this requirement.  But, until we know who is who the photo ID is necessary.