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Principal's Weekend Update 5/6/2022
Posted 5/6/22

Hello, Panthers!


Just a few more “Principal’s Weekend Updates” left!  The last “big thing” happening this year is testing…and with that:

  • TESTING SEASON IS HERE! Please be reminded that we are starting testing next week on May 9, 2022 and testing extends until Friday, May 20, 2022.  We will be dismissing at 1:15 PM each day—the schedule can be found at this link.
    • Parents—please know that pulling kids from their testing periods (English, Math, and 8th Grade Science) will mean that the student will have to make up the test later.  If possible, please refrain from pulling students during their testing periods.
    • Bring a charged iPad every day to school.  If students have wired headphones that fit into the school iPad, they can bring those if they choose.  Otherwise, they will be given a pair of headphones for testing.
    • Eat a breakfast at home or grab a breakfast at school (available to everyone free of charge).
    • Get a good night's rest.
  • FRESHMAN FOOTBALL AT CHS: Want to play football next year, 8th graders?  An important football meeting is coming up for you and your families.  Mark your calendars for May 26, 2022!  See the flier for more information.
  • WATER GUNS – we have had an increase of water guns being brought to school. Please be aware that water guns/water toys of any kind are not permitted at school and students are not to bring them. Water guns will be confiscated, and additional consequences assigned if deemed necessary by administration.
  • DODGER TICKET SALES!  Did you buy your Dodger tickets yet?  Hurry—this promotion won’t last long!  Support the Dodgers and the Panthers by buying your tickets today!  See the link for more information!




  • REMINDER FOR COLOR GUARD:  If you want to be a part of this amazing team, TRYOUTS are coming up!  Please see the link, as Clinics are happening the week of May 16, and Tryouts are happening the week of May 23!!!
  • 8th Grade Party:  Traditionally, El Roble has held an 8th grade party at the end of the year for our students, to celebrate their transition to high school.  Our PFA really needs your help to make this happen.  Even if you are not in PFA, we really need your help to put on a good event for out 8th graders.  We need donations and people to volunteer their time to make this happen.  If interested, please contact our PFA president Shannon Mauga at:   
  • CEF SLICE OF SUMMER: Please sign up for SLICE of SUMMER, sponsored by the Claremont Educational Foundation!  CLICE is now registering.  Please see the flier at this link so you can see what is being offered this summer!  It is an exciting way to stay involved this summer!
  • LUNCH HELP NEEDED:  We are looking for help for lunch time supervision.  Would you be interested in joining our team?  Please call the school to express your interest, or to learn more information. Thank you!  You can also mail the principal at:
  • 8th GRADE PARENTS:  We are having a car wash to fundraise for the 8th grade party. The car wash will be held at El Roble. We will be washing cars and selling snacks on Saturday, May 14th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  (See the link here!).
  • EL ROBLE PFA:  we need new members to join our El Roble PFA!  Please read this message from our president, Ms. Shannon Mauga:  Hello, my name is Shannon Mauga and I am the PFA President for El Roble.  We need volunteers to fill the following positions for the 2022-2023 school year:
    • President – Host and coordinate PFA meetings, communicate with El Roble staff as needed, communicate between CPFA and the PFA committee. Attend CPFA meetings.
    • Secretary – Take notes in monthly PFA meetings, type them up and email them to the President.
    • Hospitality – Put together appreciation gifts, breakfast, lunches, or treats for the El Roble faculty.
    • Parliamentarian-Available to answer questions about PFA questions that may arise.
    • 8th Grade party – Fundraise and gather a committee to create an 8th-grade party.

Please feel free to email with any questions regarding the positions that need to be filled. 

Shannon Mauga: