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     2017/2018 School Year
     
     
    MURRAY MANOR OFFICE
     
    Our school office hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the school year.
    Call 619-668-5865 will any questions.
     
    FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
     
    The first day of school is August 10th; school begins promptly at 8:00AM.
     
    BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT
     
    Back-to-School Night is Thursday, August 17th for parents/guardians only to inform of grade-level expectations and classroom policies/procedures.
     
    5:30-5:55 p.m. - PTA General Meeting, Budget approval, and announcements in the auditorium
    6:00-6:25 p.m. - Classroom presentations, grades K, 1, 2, 3, and 4 in classrooms
    6:30-6:55 p.m. - Classroom presentations, grades K, 1, 2, 3, and 4 in classrooms
    There are two classroom presentations for the grades listed above (you may attend either presentation)
    6:00-6:25 p.m. - 5th Grade Team presentation in the auditorium
    6:30-6:55 p.m. - 6th Grade Team presentation in the auditorium
    Please note that 5th and 6th grade classrooms will be closed
     
    SCHOOL HOURS
     
    7:55    Warning Bell    Scholars line up
    8:00    Final Bell         School Begins
    8:00    Scholars not at Peace Corral or in class are marked Tardy
    2:20    Dismissal         Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri.
    1:05    Dismissal         Tuesdays
     
    DISTRICT EMAIL
     
    You may contact staff members via email as follows: first name.last name@lmsvschools.org (for example to email our Office Manager: Kathy.Urich@lmsvschools.org).
     

     
     
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  • LOST AND FOUND

    Please note that all unmarked, abandoned clothing is donated to charity at the start of every break. Any clothing or lunch items with a student name on it will be returned to the scholar. All lost items can be checked daily as they are stowed in the lost and found rack near the auditorium. Found personal items such as glasses, jewelry, etc. are kept in the front office. 


     

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  • *ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE*

    MUM scholars will be able to participate in the Attendance Challenge again this 2017-2018 school year.

    The Excellence Attendance (no more than 3 absences) and Perfect Attendance (no absences) Challenge is sponsored by Assemblymember Shirley N. Weber.

    At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, MUM scholars who meet the attendance criteria will be invited to participate in a special recognition ceremony hosted by Assemblymember Weber.

    Last year, MUM scholars were recognized in a ceremony during the summer at Sea World. They received, along with a parent/guardian, early/free admittance into Sea World after the ceremony. At the ceremony, our scholars also received breakfast, a certificate, and a medal, along with many Assembly members, Mayors, the State Superintendent, etc. in attendance to honor them.

    Let see who's up to the challenge this school year. Go Mustangs!

    Attendance Challenge


     

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  • ALERT: Help keep our Murray Manor scholars safe and be the "eyes on the street."

    Crosswalk Volunteers Needed for the corner of El Paso and Jackson before/after school.

    Sponsored by the City of La Mesa's Walk N' Roll Safe Routes Program.

    For more information, contact: Misty Thompson 619-667-1319 srts@ci.la-mesa.ca.us

    Crosswalk Volunteers Needed


     

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  • FRIDAY MUM SPIRIT DAYS

    Every Friday show your Murray Manor spirit by wearing our colors (blue/orange) or wear your Spirit Wear , unless it's one of our themed Spirit Days (e.g., Charger Day, Crazy Hair Day, Pajama Day, etc.). 
     

     
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  • 2017-2018 School Registration 
     
    See the following necessary steps in the registration process:

     
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  • Run 4 Fun - 21st Century Style
     
    MUM scholars and families, join us for Run 4 Fun every morning from 7:30-7:55 am on the lower field. As 21st Century scholars, we know it's important to physically get moving, which in turn, helps us focus and concentrate even more during the school day. Our goal is for scholars to reach 100 miles individually and 8,000 miles school-wide by the end of the school year! Go Mustangs!!
     
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  • WALK N' ROLL WEDNESDAYS

    Walk to school from 2 locations: Jackson Park @ 7:30 am or St. Andrew's Lutheran Church (on corner of Lake Murray Blvd and Jackson) @ 7:30 am. Be sure to get your Safe Routes to School card punched once you arrive to school! After 5 punches you will be eligible for prizes in our weekly raffles. All children MUST wear helmets when riding bikes or scooters (it's the law). For more information, please contact Karen Nance, your SRTS Parent Champion, at freck16@cox.net or 619.825.8364. Thank you for your support.
     
     

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    MUM's 924 API Tops District 3rd Year in a Row!

    Despite all the challenges facing public schools today, we continue to show growth and a great resolve to put education first. I could not be more proud of our staff, students and community. Murray Manor received a score of  924 (up 7 points from last year's score of 917) on the Academic Performance Index! The API is the cornerstone of California's Public Schools Accountability Act of 1999 and measures the academic performance and growth of schools on a variety of academic measures. This is an amazing score and reflects an increase of 6 points from last year and a total 50 points over the last three years. We are also the first school in the District to be above 80% proficient or advanced in both Language Arts and Mathematics on the California STAR test. Although there is so much more to what we do than score well on State test scores, it is a great validation for all of us to know that our vision and hard work is yielding great results. It's reflective of rigorous teaching and our scholars critically thinking.


     

     

     

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  • This notice comes from the La Mesa Police Department:
     
    Please do not leave valuables inside your vehicles. Do not leave items like purses, cell phones, backpacks, or diaper bags in plain view, on the floor area or partially under the seat. Thefts have occurred while parents are dropping off / picking up their children from school. It only takes a few seconds to look inside your vehicle, see your property, break your vehicle window, and take your items. Please don't become a victim of theft and possibly a victim of identity theft. 

     
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    Follow us on Twitter Follow Principal Miller on Twitter in 2016-2017

    In an effort to increase communication with parents on the happenings at Murray Manor, I am encouraging you to sign up to use Twitter (www.twitter.com). Twitter is a website that allows people to communicate through the exchange of quick and brief statements. I have created an account to disseminate useful information about Murray Manor like school events, important dates, highlights, and valuable parent resources instantaneously. The best part is, once you have signed up to “follow” the updates, you will receive these messages instantly to your Twitter page on your computer or smart phone. You can even get them as text messages (standard text rates apply) if you have it set up.

    Signing up is easy. Go to www.twitter.com, create a user profile, and once you are registered perform a search for the school username (MUM_Principal). Then click on my profile and select “follow”.

    If you don't want to sign up for an account, you can still follow at this website: https://twitter.com/mum_principal 

     
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  • Murray Manor Elementary School earns top honors as the school was named a 2012 California Distinguished School.

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said in a statement that the 387 schools picked throughout California were being recognized for their innovation in helping kids become successful in the classroom and closing the achievement gap. This award is a direct reflection of the dedication, hard work, and vision of our school’s educational community, and we are so proud to receive this award for our school.

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