May 17th Pomo School News

Hello Pomo School Families,
Pomo School is pleased to announce that our recent vandalism culprits confessed to their crimes and have been working daily to make amends for their actions. We are proud of our students that take responsibility for their actions and are brave enough to confess that they made bad decisions.
We had a garden work day on May 10th at 2:30 pm. A great group of people came and helped out. They were able to get some of their projects started, but there is much more work to be done. If you are willing and able to be part of the ongoing garden project and can donate some of your time over the summer or the next couple of weeks of school, please let use know. Doreen Travis, Brian Claiche, and Chelsea Owens are the early coordinators of this project.
Parents, we have another area where we need your assistance, and it does not require working outside. Our Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) grant requires student, parent, and staff input from the California School Climate Survey (CSCS) Please use the link below to access the survey regarding our school.
Remember:
• Participation is voluntary and very important!
• All answers are anonymous.
• The questions are only about this school.
• The information is used to help guide decisions that promote safety and enhance learning.
https://surveys.wested.org/csps/AT736GZ
School Code: XV74TY
Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you during one of our upcoming events!

Heather Koehler
Principal
Pomo School

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