As we wrap up Latin Heritage Month, we would like to share some pictures from our recent Latin Heritage Month Parent Dinner, which the Robla School District Coordinated in partnership with the Roberts Family Development Center. Check out all of the event photos at: https://robla.edlioadmin.com/apps/media/albums#/albums/school/0/317389/photos
Families and participants experienced a festive environment with a live performance by Mariachi Los Gallos, Ballet Folklorico performance by Glenwood Elementary School students, student artwork, and a hosted dinner prepared by Robla Nutrition Services.
Our special guest, Cathy Rodriguez, CEO, Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce spoke about how all families can access opportunities and higher learning for their children, her own journey as a Latina who faced many challenges in life. “Giving your children a little more with opportunities in life gives families a lot more,” she shared.
Each year, Robla School District hosts three Parent Empowerment Dinners celebrating Latin Heritage Month, Black History Month, and Asian American Pacific Islander Month, each celebrating the rich cultural diversity of Robla students and families. These events bring families and school staff together to share a meal and feature inspirational speakers and provide parents resources to help their children achieve in school and life. This event is coordinated in partnership with the Roberts Family Development Center.
Thank you for celebrating Latin Heritage Month with us!
Robla School students begin their 10 week Strings lessons with Sacramento State University String Project.Uploaded Nov 05, 2019 to Robla Strings Program
Bond Measure H - Bell Avenue Elementary Construction Project Fly ThroughUploaded Aug 30, 2019 to Bond Measure H
Bond Measure H - Robla Elementary Construction Project Fly ThroughUploaded Aug 13, 2019 to Bond Measure H
The Initial ELPAC assessment is used to determine if a child with a home language other than English is in fact an English learner.Uploaded Oct 08, 2018 by Cindi Lyon
California has a new assessment to determine English language proficiency.Uploaded Oct 08, 2018 by Cindi Lyon