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Saturday classes begin at 8:00 am and students are released at 12:15.

Kindergarten is released at 11:15.

MINIMUM DAYS

2017

August 10-11, 21, 28

September 18

October 2 and 16

November 6 - 17 : Parent Conferences

November 27

December 15

 

2018

January 22

February 5

March 8-9, 14

April 9, 30

May 31

All students grades 1st through 5th are released at 12:51.

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Education is a Game Changer!

2017-2018 

Our Timberwolves

Trapp's Mission

The mission of Trapp Elementary School, the den where Timberwolves lead the pack with strength and integrity, is to ignite and instill purpose in each student to build a foundation that leads to academic achievement, as well as intellectual, social, and emotional growth, through a system distinguished by:

  • High academic expectations
  • Safe and secure school community
  • Active family participation
  • Community partnerships
  • Respect for diversity

Strategic Plan

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Principal's Message

August 2017

 

Dear Trapp Timber Wolves,

 

Welcome to the 2017-18 school year! The Trapp Elementary staff and I welcome you to a new school year full of exciting instructional opportunities for you and your students. This school year, the staff and I will continue to provide every student access to high-quality Common Core instruction to engage and support all learners. Daily instruction in every class will include grade level reading in all core areas including math, science, and social studies. In other words, students will spend a significant amount of time building their reading capacity and developing higher-level reading strategies. Please develop a daily reading routine with your student to support and develop a love for reading at home.

 For the 2017-18 school year, Trapp Elementary is finding inspiration in a passion many of our students have for gaming, because “Education is a Game Changer.”  Working together as a team, we will continue to provide an exemplary education for our scholars as they excel in their academic endeavors. This year the staff and I have planned a multitude of family engagement activities to support all families and their students as we work to build college ready and college bound students.

 

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your student's progress during the school year, please make immediate contact with the school to fully support your student's progress and growth.

 

Sincerely,

 

Roxanne Dominguez

Principal

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Non-Discrimination Statement

The Rialto Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of the actual or perceived race, ethnicity, religion, color, age, national origin, political affiliation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, parental or marital status, or any other basis protected by the federal, state, or local law, ordinance, or regulation in its educational programs or employment.

504 Information

Each RUSD school has an Administrator who is the 504 Coordinator. To contact the 504 Coordinator, you may contact your child's school directly or you may request the information from the DISTRICT 504 Coordinator, Angela Brantley, Director of Child Welfare and Attendance at (909) 820-7700 ext. 2352

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