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June 15, 2018                                                                                                                            Vol 40

Virginia Stewart


Things are changing.  The paper emergency forms will now be revised or created on line through Aeries.  The parents in grades 5-12 are familiar with Aeries, but those in Primary, this will be a new experience.  The school will assist you as needed.  You will receive information on how to get on Aeries and there you will find instructions as to what to do.  In addition to the emergency form, you will find many of the forms and documents that you used to receive in a big envelope at the end of the year.


It is very important all emergency forms are up to date for the start of school.  If you need help, we will assist you.  School for staff begins on July 30, so there will be someone in the office who can help you.  This is a big change, but one we need to accept as part of the new age of technology and just think of the paper and postage it will save!

Be patient, give it your best effort and call for help if you need support.



Last Day of School Early Dismissal – Friday June 29, 2018

TK and PCS – 11:30am

DCS and DHSP – 12noon

MHS – 12:30pm



Please make sure all medications are picked up by Thursday, June 28, 2018 – any remaining meds in the office will be destroyed


PEP Club Meeting

Our next PEP Club Mtg will be on Monday, June 18, 2018 at 6:30pm in P2


Lunch Menu – Week June 18 – 22

Mon. –  Pizza

Tues. –  Cheese ravioli

Wed- Beef or Bean Burrito

Thurs –Turkey, BPJ or Egg Salad Sandwiches

Fri- Beef Hot Dog

Save the date



P2 had so much fun on our field trip to the Stockton Children’s Museum! Check out our Instagram for more pictures from our field trip! Wow! Our P2 town looked great! Everyone did such a good job making their buildings! It was a perfect end to our week! Reminder: there won’t be new spelling or sight words for the last two weeks of school, but keep reading every day!




Phase 2 students are working hard on their science research projects.  They are learning about a different career in science and creating a Google Slideshow.  They are finding information about the education needed for the job and even how much the yearly salary is.  We will show these presentations during Evening of Excellence next week!


Please plan on attending our 4th grade Breakfast and Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, June 26th from 9-10.  We are looking forward to this new event and our hard-working students deserve this special day!  We also hope to see our 4th graders at the Luau Dance on Wednesday, June 27th from 4-5.








Here we go as we get ready for the summer break count down.  Next week, 7/18-7/22 is jumped started by the SWO interviews.  Each student has received their allotted time for their interview; please make sure that students are dressed professionally to make the best impression!   They may bring other clothes to change into when they are finished.

Friday, 6/22 is our 6th grade student “Sunrise Breakfast.” Our students are celebrating their last few days before they move on to 7th gradeJ Breakfast is provided or 6th grade students only from 8:30-9:30

The last week of school is FULL of activities. Here is a schedule of events:

Monday, June25th– 4th grade “Sneak Peak.”  Fourth graders will get a glimpse of what they can expect when they move “upstairs” into 5th grade.

Tuesday June 26- For the last two periods of the day, those students who have not been to a ROAR meeting for the entire year will have a fun afternoon

Wednesday, June 27- 5-8th Awards Ceremony from 9-10 am

Thursday, June 28- Yearbooks signing and the last den meeting of the year

Friday, June 29- Last day of school!!! Students are in school from 8-12.  All students must be picked up at noon.  This is our water day and students will be able to have water games prior to leaving.

Remember, the first day of the 2018-2019 school year is Monday, August 6th.







8th Grade Events Reminders:
Wednesday, June 20 Dance from 5:30-7 on TLC main campus
Friday, June 22 Cosmic Bowling from 10:30-12:30am at West Valley Bowl

All permission slips and payment were due, if you would like to chaperone one of these events or Great America please email Mrs. Dominguez at
You can also help by donating snacks for these events, please emails Mrs. Dominguez.


Community Service due Next Wednesday 6/20/18


Language Arts:

All classes are reading Shakespeare’s Othello and working on their FINAL for the year; an Othello related project. Students will use this project to showcase everything they have learned throughout the year.


Honors Language Arts classes are combining for this project and will be hosting a Shakespeare Under the Stars even on 6/26. Invites to come!






MHS Counseling News




College Early Start Forms – Fall 2018 Deadline

The forms for Fall 2018 College Early Start are due Monday June 18, 2018. All CES forms must be signed by parent before obtaining Counseling Staff signatures.  All CES forms must be turned in to the Millennium High School Counseling office as soon as possible for approval. For further information please contact the Millennium High School Counseling office at 209-627-8299 or email:


Millennium High School Yearbook distribution

Millennium High School yearbooks will be distributed on June 15, 2018 at the Millennium High School lunch area at 12:30pm.


Great Community Service Opportunity!

Sunday, June 17, 2018 – Moose Father’s Day Brunch – 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Moose Lodge (35 East 6th Street, Tracy) – ring doorbell to enter facility. Volunteers: 2 dish washers and 4 servers are needed –black and white server attire required; long hair to be pulled back Volunteers MUST contact Alex Zamora for scheduling Contact: Alex Zamora (209) 815-6408 or