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Recent news & Upcoming events
NOT RETURNING AFTER WINTER BREAK: If you plan on moving (out of Albany) during winter break, please inform your child’s teacher and Janet or Natalie in the office that your child will not be returning to Marin school after the holidays (last day of school 12/20/19). If you need a document stating your child has been enrolled at Marin, please see Janet in the office. Also, please complete the “EXIT” form online (to be completed before leaving), at ausdk12.org under “Enrollment”.
MOVIE NIGHT – THE LION KING: Our next Marin Movie Night is Friday, December 13th. Doors open at 6:00 pm. and we'll be showing Disney's The Lion King.
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS: There will be no school November 27th– 29th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The Staff and I wish you and your family a happy, peaceful and safe holiday weekend. When school resumes on Monday, December 2nd, we return to our regular schedule.
Albany Unified School District Apparel is back, and this year we will be highlighting a new design showcasing all of the schools in our district. Choose from two designs in a variety of styles. The store will be open through November 22 and orders will be delivered to your school by your apparel representative. Sales will go towards supporting your school’s PTA, and there will only be two additional opportunities to purchase your school gear later this year. Support your school with pride and purchase an Albany Unified t-shirt or sweatshirt today!
NOVEMBER BEHAVIOR FOCUS: This month, we are reminding students of the importance of walking in the hallway and talking quietly. Walking in the hallway is part of being safe at school. Talking quietly is part of being respectful at school, as classes are on varied schedules and loud hallways interrupt teaching and learning. Parents, please help us in our efforts by reminding kids to walk and by not having conversations next to classrooms when you are dropping off or picking up students. Thank you!