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District COVID-19 Update: Large Gatherings

As we prepare for the closure of the 2021-22 school year, we know that families may have questions about guidelines for open house, promotion ceremonies, end of school year trips and events, and other occasions when families may be gathering and/or on campus. Please take a few minutes to read the following information closely.
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June 2022 Robla Strong Winners

June 2022 Robla Strong Winners Image
We are excited to announce our first monthly winners of the Robla Strong Student and Employee Recognition program!  We are recognizing students and staff who embody what it means to be “Robla Strong” and are making a positive difference, whether they are helping others, reaching higher in their academic and personal pursuits, and more.

Here’s how it works: Each month, staff may nominate students, and Robla community members (staff, students, families, greater Robla community members) may nominate staff members. Nominees’ names are put into a drawing for a prize: students will win a four-pack of Sacramento Zoo tickets, and staff will win a Starbucks gift card.  Each month, the winning students and staff members will have their names and pictures featured on the district’s website, social media and on a poster that will be displayed in local businesses.  Those not drawn will be eligible for a chance to win in a subsequent month. We will recommence awarding staff and students in September 2022.

Josh Weeks
5th grade teacher, Bell Avenue
Nominated by: Maya Genis, Bell Ave., Tech Enrichment 
“Josh is an incredible person who supported me during Induction, and far beyond. He is there for his colleagues, students, former mentees, and shows passion for what he does. I feel so lucky to learn from Mr. Weeks, whether classroom management strategies, or video editing techniques.”
Lydia Hagar
Secretary, Main Ave.
Nominated by Sharon McIntyre, Main Ave. Library: “Lydia has always been helpful with a calm and patient demeanor and she is a joy to work with.”

Allison Kappmeyer-Sofia
SDC, Bell Avenue 
Nominated by Kelly Pemberton, District/Special Services: “In the midst of all the challenges of this past school year, Allison has remained solution focused, kind, positive. When you walk into her class, you know immediately how deeply she cares about her students and her students' families. We are so fortunate to have her in Robla!”
Irma Cazares
Secretary, New Hope Charter
Nominated by Deb Escobar, New Hope Charter: "Irma is the mom of New Hope. Her warm demeanor and huge heart have made all the difference. Irma works hard, loves hard, and always voices appreciation. She stands up for staff and students alike.”

Caleb Lynhiavue
6th Grader, Main Avenue 
Nominated by Sharon McIntyre Main Ave. Library: "Caleb has always been respectful and helpful in the library."
Layla Booker
6th grader, Taylor Street School
Nominated by Maya Genis, Bell Ave, Tech Enrichment: "Layla was my student last year during distance learning and she showed incredible strength and perseverance in her studies. She was the first to log on, last to log off, showed engagement care and passion. What a shining star! Keep going, Layla!"
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