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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

Alyssa K.

654,782

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Kennedy H.

596,296

Cherry 3rd

Jordan B.

529,041

Simpson 3rd

Jayden H.

517,379

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Taylor L.

492,918

Steiert 3rd

Myleah A.

389,065

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Ava S.

380,668

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Sabrina S.

368,913

Cherry 3rd

Steven Y.

360,003

Steiert 3rd

Garret F.

340,663

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Peyton M.

338,796

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Cassandra S.

334,388

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Anahi M.

334,162

Welch 2nd

Tyler S.

333,477

Cherry 3rd

Zackary S.

326,292

Welch 2nd

Wyatt S.

322,993

Steiert 3rd

Loyd W.

321,916

Steiert 3rd

Patrick R.

317,941

Cherry 3rd

Landon F.

313,036

Martin 2nd

Mario D.

307,263

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Emma S.

267,999

Steiert 3rd

Mauricio J.

260,373

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Nathan G.

256,103

Bleess 2nd

Enzo V.

251,466

Pollock 3rd

Isabella V.

248,704

Cherry 3rd

Abby G.

246,061

Martin 2nd

Sophia B.

241,145

Steiert 3rd

Donniell B.

227,431

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Julian M.

224,327

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Christopher C.

223,338

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Cadence M.

214,382

Cherry 3rd

Michelle R.

213,372

Pollock 3rd

Brandon R.

212,310

Cherry 3rd

Enrique I.

209,101

Welch 2nd

Trevor M.

200,967

Steiert 3rd

Madison O.

200,129

Steiert 3rd

Shea F.

197,328

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Dayna D.

195,474

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Miranda P.

184,667

Simpson 3rd

Mason W.

183,119

Steiert 3rd

Samantha A.

180,378

Steiert 3rd

Ashlee S.

179,503

Steiert 3rd

Nayul H.

176,951

Losberger 1st

Patricia A.

176,783

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Bryson C.

173,491

Martin 2nd

Madison C.

170,045

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Callie R.

163,710

Welch 2nd

Richard W.

163,155

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Emily G.

162,473

Studer/Cox 3rd

Clayton L.

160,061

Cherry 3rd

Autumn G.

143,625

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Juliana M.

143,188

Studer/Cox 3rd

Jaya W.

140,087

Welch 2nd

Josiah J.

137,058

Bleess 2nd

Angelina P.

134,690

Pollock 3rd

Kaitlyn R.

130,987

Cherry 3rd

Natalie V.

128,881

Welch 2nd

Jacob M.

124,843

Steiert 3rd

Devon H.

122,491

Steiert 3rd

Brianna G.

122,357

Martin 2nd

Randy C.

119,387

Welch 2nd

Natalie F.

119,297

Martin 2nd

Farrah B.

117,202

Cherry 3rd

Micah P.

109,762

Thayer 2nd

Emily B.

109,739

Simpson 3rd

Jason R.

109,263

Cherry 3rd

*Soleil S.

105,503

Simpson 3rd

Edward W.

105,344

Pollock 3rd

*Ja’nyri D.

100,902

Steiert 3rd

 

1st-3rd Grade

*New Class Leader

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

*Joseph B.

2,139,703

Simpson  3rd

Zackary R.

1,475,906

Cherry 3rd

Jacob L.

1,314,310

Studer/Coxe  3rd

Elizabeth Y.

1,020,870

Welch 2nd

Taylor L.

492,918

Steiert 3rd

Landon F.

313,036

Martin 1st/2nd

Nathan G.

256,103

Bleess 2nd

Enzo V.

251,466

Pollock 3rd

Nayul H.

176,951

Losberger  1st

Micah P.

109,762

Thayer 2nd

*Tizell M.

80,174

Thomas  1st

Evelyn B.

59,826

Curtis 1st

*Lillian W.

45,498

Williams 2nd

Shane W.

27,703

Rondoni 3rd

Lilly R.

6,076

Rodriguez 1st

Million Word Club

*New Million Word Club Member

 

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

Elizabeth D.

6,440,878

Tomovick 6th

Katelyn B.

3,973,732

Tomovick 6th

Zahara G.

3,846,618

Greenlee 5th

Hatcher J.

3,108,138

Crozier 6th

Roman V.

2,841,992

Covey 4th

Zachary H.

2,773,536

Crozier 6th

Alexa B.

2,427,348

Tomovick 6th

Jaden F.

2,359,291

Guzzo 5th

Patrick F.

2,264,712

Smith  6th

Victoria N.

2,189,249

Moore 6th

Joshua B.

2,139,703

Smith  6th

Izayah E.

2,103,389

Tomovick 6th

Noah L.

2,038,429

Greenlee 5th

Deven C.

2,022,742

Tomovick 6th

Richard H.

2,012,713

Simpson 3rd

Eli G.

2,000,635

Smith 6th

Jack F.

2,000,182

Greenlee 5th

Joshua B.

1,923,548

 

Alexandria D.

1,827,587

Greenlee 5th

Wyatt M.

1,667,205

Crozier 6th

Nickolas M.

1,662,193

Carolle 6th

Aiyanna G.

1,611,767

Smith 6th

Harmony D.

1,606,600

Tomovick 6th

Tanner D.

1,555,492

Dwelle 4th

William L.

1,533,235

Smith 6th

Sofia S.

1,511,444

May 5th

Damien M.

1,480,617

Carolle 6th

Zackary R.

1,475,906

Cherry 3rd

Armando G.

1,460,238

Tomovick 6th

Valerie H.

1,431,293

Moore 6th

Jayden M.

1,409,527

Covey 4th

Zoe J.

1,403,754

Smith 6th

Jacob L.

1,314,310

Studer/Coxe  3rd

Hayden B.

1,301,444

Guzzo 5th

Jeremiah J.

1,300,844

May 5th

Anna G.

1,295,344

Guzzo 5th

Kaia J.

1,289,602

Carrasco 4th

Aidan B.

1,282,924

Dwelle 4th

Hailey G.

1,262,680

Dwelle 4th

Liam C.

1,245,025

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Brenna S.

1,228,901

Tilghman 5th

Kristina G.

1,201,226

Studer/Coxe 3rd

Sean R.

1,199,256

May 5th

Logan G.

1,198,250

Tilghman 5th

Madison C.

1,159,551

Dwelle 4th

Devyn W.

1,132,979

Greenlee 5th

*Izabella V.

1,091,158

Carolle 6th

Sasha M.

1,081,060

Carolle 6th

Mackenzie D.

1,054,140

Greenlee 5th

Mason H.

1,042,680

Moore 6th

*Elizabeth Y.

1,020,870

Welch 2nd

4th-6th Grade

*New Class Leader

Student Name

Number of Words Read

Teacher

Elizabeth D.

6,440,878

Tomovick 6th

Zahara G.

3,846,618

Guzzo 5th

Hatcher J.

3,108,138

Crozier 6th

Roman V.

2,841,992

Covey 4th

Victoria N.

2,189,249

Moore 6th

Noah L.

2,038,429

Greenlee 5th

Patrick F.

2,264,712

Marsh 6th

Nickolas M.

1,662,193

Carolle 6th

Tanner D.

1,555,492

Dwelle 4th

Sophia S.

1,511,444

May 5th

Kaia J.

1,289,602

Carrasco 4th

Brenna S.

1,228,901

Tighlman 5th

Joseph S.

932,128

Treleaven 4th

Alejandro C.

15,501

Sirk

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 2013-2014

  • 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.

Saturday School 2014 Dates

Saturday school offers enrichment opportunities for all Callison students who need to make up missed days of attendance.  Permission slips will be sent home the week before the session. Here is a list of the remaining Saturday school dates:

January 25, 2014

February 8, 2014

March 22, 2014

April 12, 2014

May 17, 2014

School News

More Accelerated Reader News!
New Million Word Club Members:  Joseph S. and Joey H. in Treleavens class. New 100 Grand Club Members: Jacob R. in Pollocks class.  Tajah C. in Steierts class.  Emily R. in Coxe-Studers class. New Class Leaders: Richard S. in Simpso... Continue
Posted by: Catherine Bozzini
Published: 4/22/14

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: 4/22/14

Site Council Meeting- May 12th
The Site Council meeting originally scheduled on April 14th has been rescheduled to May 12th.  3 15 to 4 15 PM. Continue
Posted by: Catherine Bozzini
Published: 4/22/14

11th Annual Loop the Lagoon- Sat. May 10th
Callison families please sign up for the 11th Annual Loop the Lagoon event on Sat. May 10th at 8 30 AM.  When you register on line, 50 percent of your registration fees are donated back to Callison!  Please support Callison by registerin... Continue
Posted by: Catherine Bozzini
Published: 4/22/14

EAT AT CULTIVE
We are in competition with 4 other schools to  take part  in the Cultive Frozen Yogurt challenge.  Buy yourself a yogurt at Cultive during the whole month of April and  mention Callison School at checkout .  The school tha... Continue
Posted by: Catherine Bozzini
Published: 4/21/14

Get PTC Reminders sign up now!
This year we are using Remind101 to send text message and email updates about important event information. Please visit http://www.remind101.com/join/6b02d to sign up for PTC notifications. You can send a text to 708-317-1574, in the message text ... Continue
Posted by: Rachel Lopez
Published: 3/18/14

2013-2014 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)
10:05-1:25 p.m. (Wednesdays afternoon K)
9:35-12:55 p.m. (Minimum days)

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)

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 2013-2014

Location: Library

Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

September 16, 2013

October 21, 2013

January 13, 2014

April 7, 2014

School Site Council Meetings

Location:  School Library

Times:  3:15 PM to 4:15 PM

September 23, 2013

October 28, 2013

January 27, 2014

May 12, 2014

 

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:

October 16, 2013

December 18, 2013- Rescheduled*

*January 8, 2014- new date

February 12, 2014

April 9, 2014

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: 4/24/14
All Day: Spring Recess - No school

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.