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Accelerated Reader

These students are leading their class in Accelerated Reader!  The 100 Grand Club is for K-3 students.  The Million Word Club is for K-6 students.

100 Grand Club

*New 100 Grand Club Member

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

Taylor L.

896,227

Steiert 3rd

Alyssa K.

844,167

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Kennedy H.

762,475

Cherry 3rd

Jordan B.

673,469

Simpson 3rd

Jayden H.

589,018

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Ava S.

556,929

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Landon F.

548,355

Martin 2nd

Myleah A.

532,650

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Cassandra S.

511,815

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Sabrina S.

482,459

Cherry 3rd

Peyton M.

453,956

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Enzo V.

425,810

Pollock 3rd

Emma S.

419,602

Steiert 3rd

Tyler S.

414,275

Cherry 3rd

Anahi M.

414,194

Welch 2nd

Garret F.

406,267

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Zackary S.

401,778

Welch 2nd

Wyatt S.

398,462

Steiert 3rd

Mario D.

389,298

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Steven Y.

382,260

Steiert 3rd

Patrick R.

373,606

Cherry 3rd

Bryson C.

369,855

Martin 2nd

Isabella V.

368,240

Cherry 3rd

Loyd W.

356,409

Steiert 3rd

Mauricio J.

338,720

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Nayul H.

330,574

Losberger 1st

Madison O.

308,382

Steiert 3rd

Trevor M.

293,341

Steiert 3rd

Mason W.

292,019

Steiert 3rd

Enrique I.

291,128

Welch 2nd

Abby G.

290,463

Martin 2nd

Nathan G.

283,664

Bleess 2nd

Christopher C.

280,585

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Julian M.

274,633

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Donniell B.

274,423

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Cadence M.

269,921

Cherry 3rd

Sophia B.

268,266

Steiert 3rd

Brandon R.

266,870

Cherry 3rd

Emily G.

266,127

Studer/Cox 3rd

Michelle R.

250,038

Pollock 3rd

Patricia A.

238,360

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Samantha A.

235,582

Steiert 3rd

Shea F.

218,882

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Kaitlyn R.

207,376

Cherry 3rd

Richard W.

206,573

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Tizell M.

205,461

Thomas 1st

Miranda P.

203,255

Simpson 3rd

Dayna D.

203,055

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Ashlee S.

201,962

Steiert 3rd

Shawn V.

198,084

Thomas 1st

Christian F.

195,244

Pollock 3rd

Madison C.

194,349

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Juliana M.

194,131

Studer/Cox 3rd

Natalie V.

191,355

Welch 2nd

Autumn G.

190,186

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Emily R.

187,335

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Jaya W.

175,688

Welch 2nd

Clayton L.

175,488

Cherry 3rd

Callie R.

165,372

Welch 2nd

Angelina P.

168,281

Pollock 3rd

Abela S.

165,990

Cherry 3rd

Brianna G.

165,275

Martin 2nd

Natalie F.

164,972

Martin 2nd

Diego G.

163,688

Martin

Devon H.

161,537

Steiert 3rd

Josiah J.

158,643

Bleess 2nd

Farrah B.

153,870

Cherry 3rd

Jacob M.

151,875

Steiert 3rd

*Gwendolyn D.

150,694

Simpson 3rd

Madison M.

150,616

Cherry 3rd

Liam K.

142,776

Martin 2nd

Jason R.

139,501

Cherry 3rd

Edward W.

135,683

Pollock 3rd

Gabriella L.

125,672

Steiert 3rd

Randy C.

125,177

Welch 2nd

Ja’nyri D.

124,790

Steiert 3rd

Tajah C.

123,682

Steiert 3rd

*Vanessa H.

122,844

Simpson 3rd

Micah P.

120,616

Thayer 2nd

Ka’Liyah G.

116,654

Cherry 3rd

Emily B.

115,167

Simpson 3rd

Jacob R.

114,199

Pollock 3rd

Natalee P.

110,694

Steiert 3rd

Tyler P.

110,596

Steiert 3rd

Joseph H.

110,560

Steiert 3rd

*Carter H.

108,960

Martin

Alexia S.

107,628

Pollock 3rd

Amanda I.

107,545

Losberger 1st

Soleil S.

105,503

Simpson 3rd

*Ryan O.

103,747

Simpson 3rd

Evelyn B.

101,264

Curtis 1st

Preston S.

100,728

Martin

Davin P.

100,374

Steiert 3rd

Sophie T.

100,216

Steiert 3rd

 

1st-3rd Grade

*New Class Leader

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

Richard H.

2,888,633

Simpson  3rd

Zack R.

1,941,873

Cherry 3rd

Kristina G.

1,731,113

Studer/Coxe  3rd

Elizabeth Y.

1,369,798

Welch 2nd

Taylor L.

896,227

Steiert 3rd

Landon F.

548,355

Martin 1st/2nd

Enzo V.

425,810

Pollock 3rd

Nayul H.

330,574

Losberger  1st

Nathan G.

283,664

Bleess 2nd

Tizell M.

205,461

Thomas  1st

Micah P.

120,616

Thayer 2nd

Evelyn B.

101,264

Curtis 1st

Shane W.

67,392

Rondoni 3rd

Lillian W.

57,331

Williams 2nd

Lilly R.

18,051

Rodriguez 1st

 

Million Word Club

*New Million Word Club Member

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

Elizabeth D.

8,418,636

Tomovick 6th

Katelyn B.

4,947,390

Tomovick 6th

Zahara G.

4,691,742

Guzzo 5th

Hatcher J.

4,004,442

Crozier 6th

Zackary H.

3,885,992

Crozier 6th

Roman V.

3,704,828

Covey 4th

Victoria N.

3,279,301

Moore 6th

Richard H.

2,888,633

Simpson 3rd

Alexa B.

2,882,728

Tomovick 6th

Patrick F.

2,789,014

Smith  6th

Jaden F.

2,649,797

Guzzo 5th

Alexandria D.

2,687,776

Greenlee 5th

Eli G.

2,584,022

Smith 6th

Joseph B.

2,546,074

Simpson 3rd

Joshua B.

2,537,197

Smith 6th

Jack F.

2,466,486

Greenlee 5th

Deven C.

2,457,581

Tomovick 6th

Izayah E.

2,305,212

Tomovick 6th

Tanner D.

2,248,458

Dwelle 4th

Zoe J.

2,204,923

Smith 6th

Noah L.

2,191,147

Greenlee 5th

Nickolas M.

2,063,745

Carolle 6th

Brenna S.

2,011,401

Tilghman 5th

Harmony D.

1,998,455

Tomovick 6th

Wyatt M.

1,976,201

Crozier 6th

Aiyanna G.

1,973,319

Smith 6th

Zack R.

1,941,873

Cherry 3rd

Jayden M.

1,825,997

Covey 4th

William L.

1,807,282

Smith 6th

Hayden B.

1,832,883

Guzzo 5th

Kaia J.

1,776,218

Carrasco 4th

Kristina G.

1,731,113

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Damien M.

1,693,914

Carolle 6th

Hailey G.

1,675,001

Dwelle 4th

Sofia S.

1,648,227

May 5th

Valerie H.

1,642,464

Moore 6th

Armando G.

1,606,954

Tomovick 6th

Aidan B.

1,575,064

Dwelle 4th

Madison C.

1,490,350

Dwelle 4th

Jeremiah J.

1,458,072

May 5th

Devyn W.

1,457,151

Greenlee 5th

Anna G.

1,456,784

Guzzo 5th

Sean R.

1,451,399

May 5th

Jacob L.

1,440,618

Studer/Coxe  3rd

Elizabeth Y.

1,369,798

Welch 2nd

Mason H.

1,365,054

Moore 6th

Liam C.

1,325,921

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Logan G.

1,321,133

Tilghman 5th

Aaron C.

1,307,158

Crozier 6th

Joseph S.

1,289,332

Treleaven 4th

Sasha M.

1,278,343

Carolle 6th

Mackenzie D.

1,260,838

Greenlee 5th

Adam G.

1,229,130

Smith 6th

Alexander C.

1,211,477

Crozier 6th

Lauren S.

1,174,987

Smith 6th

Mathew C.

1,143,492

Carrasco 4th

*Jenine S.

1,137,832

Guzzo 5th

Gabriel C.

1,131,922

Carolle 6th

Lindsey M.

1,117,385

Smith 6th

Joey H.

1,111,957

Treleaven 4th

James R.

1,095,789

Tomovick 6th

Izabella V.

1,091,158

Carolle 6th

Jayson B.

1,075,932

Greenlee 5th

Hayden H.

1,067,152

Treleaven 4th

Cooper M.

1,061,912

Treleaven 4th

Jenna S.

1,060,513

Treleaven 4th

Samantha C.

1,047,006

Treleaven 4th

*Elizabeth C.

1,046,136

Covey 4th

Dylan B.

1,038,459

Carrasco 4th

*Isabella O.

1,032,716

Crozier 6th

Audrey P.

1,014,837

May 5th

4th-6th Grade

*New Class Leader

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

Elizabeth D.

8,418,636

Tomovick 6th

Zahara G.

4,691,742

Guzzo 5th

Hatcher J.

4,004,442

Crozier 6th

Roman V.

3,704,828

Covey 4th

Victoria N.

3,279,301

Moore 6th

Patrick F.

2,789,014

Smith  6th

Alexandria D.

2,687,776

Greenlee 5th

Tanner D.

2,248,458

Dwelle 4th

Nickolas M.

2,063,745

Carolle 6th

Brenna S.

2,011,401

Tilghman 5th

Kaia J.

1,776,218

Carrasco 4th

Sophia S.

1,648,227

May 5th

Joseph S.

1,289,332

Treleaven 4th

Alejandro

19,047

Sirk

 

Enjoy the summer break.
School starts Thursday, Aug. 14. 
See our Calendar Page for details

The students at Callison are college bound!

Our students are hard working cougars, who put their best effort in all they do!  Our goal is for our students to be college and career ready. All students graduating from high school must have the skills and knowledge necessary to assume their positions in the 21st century global economy.  We believe all students have the potential to attend college therefore, it is extremely important that every student receives the opportunity to be educated in a way that prepares him or her for college if he or she chooses to attend.  Today's students need to be prepared wtih communication, collaboration, creativity, leadership, global citizenship and critical thinking skills. We will be incorporating these skills in our lessons on a daily basis.  We are creating a college readiness culture by each classroom adopting a different college. Each classroom will adopt colleges in various ways.

K-6 School Focus for 2014-2015

  • College Readiness:  Every student receives the opportunity to be educated in a way that prepares him or her for college if he or she chooses to attend.
  • Writing Across the Curriculum:  We realize the importance of writing on a daily basis.  The more students write the better they are as critical thinkers.  Writing is an essential skill they will need as they enter adulthood.  Special note:  Check out the writing wall in every teacher's classroom.
  • Data Notebooks:  Students take ownership of their learning in kindergarten through 6th grade.  They set goals and track their progress over time.
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math): There has been a noticeable change in jobs requiring people to have experience and skills in the area of math, science, technology and engineering.  Our students need to be prepared globally for jobs which haven't even been created in order to live successful and meaningful lives in the 21st century.

School News

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD
Flyers from nonprofit groups that provide services, programs, and activities which benefit VUSD students and parents are posted on the Community Bulletin Board.  You can view a list of posted flyers by clicking the Bulletin Board List at... Continue
Posted by: Donna Suchoski
Published: 7/21/14

Short-Term Ind. Study Applications
Short-Term Independent Study Application forms have been posted to the district web site at the link below. When a student is unable to participate in site-based instruction for five to twenty consecutive days during the school year, Short-Te... Continue
Posted by: Barry Rico
Published: 7/16/14

INFORMATIONAL LETTER COMING HOME SOON
Mrs. Bozzini will be mailing an informational letter during the early part of summer.  This letter will provide information about class lists posted on  the evening of Tuesday, August 12, and tell you about Kindergarten Orienta... Continue
Posted by: Heidi Tafarella
Published: 6/10/14

2014-2015 School Hours

Attendance is important to learning. Please be on time every day.
If your child is absent, contact the Callison office at 453-6250 during office hours, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Kindergarten

8:30-11:50 a.m. (morning K every day)
11:50-3:10 p.m. (afternoon K)
9:35-12:55 p.m. (Wednesdays and Minimum Days afternoon K)
8:30-11:30 a.m. All Kindergarten on last day of school June 4, 2015

Grades 1-3

8:45 - 2:50 -  (M, T, TH, F)
 8:45 - 1:25 -  (Wednesdays)
8:45 - 12:55 - Grades 1-6 (Minimum days & conferences)

8:45-11:45 a.m.  1st- 6th grade on last day of school June 4, 2015

Grades 4-6

8:45 - 2:55 -  (M, T, TH, F)
    8:45 - 1:25 -  (Wednesdays)
8:45 - 12:55 - Grades 1-6 (Minimum days & conferences)

Just 20 Minutes of Reading A Day Makes a Big Difference!

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Office Hours

7:30 AM - 4:00 PM Daily

ELAC Meetings 2014-2015

Location: Library

Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

September 15, 2014

October 13, 2014

February 9, 2015

May 4, 2015

School Site Council Meetings 2014-2015

Location:  School Library

Times:  3:15 PM to 4:15 PM

September 22, 2014

October 20, 2014

February 16, 2015

May 11, 2015

 

These meetings are open to the public.

Student Council Officers

Student Council Officers

President: Kaylani Dacanay

Vice President: Alexa Bolton

Secretary: Lindsey Malaney

Treasurer: Julia Singh

 

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Coffee with the Principal

These casual meetings are an opportunity for parents, guardians and community members to join in a conversation with Mrs. Bozzini, principal of Callison.  Topics include academics, school goals/focus, special events, and PTC information.  Parents have the opportunity to have questions and to bring other topics to the conversation.  The meetings take place in the school library from 8:45 AM -9:30 AM on the following dates:

August 20, 2014

October 15, 2014

December 10, 2014

February 18, 2015

April 22, 2015

Computer Lab on Wheels (COW)

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This year Callison's goal was to improve our student access to technology. Our amazing PTC purchased a Computer Lab on Wheels (COW) for our students.

Today: 7/22/14

Our Mission

Welcome! The Mission of Callison Elementary School, in partnership with staff, families and community, is to empower all students to excel in elementary school and prepare for middle school through immersion in an environment that provides a challenging, standards-based curriculum, promotes a desire for learning, builds self-confidence and instills compassion for others.