Richard M. Moon Primary
Moon Picture Day Information!! TK-1st grade will take pictures on 9/24 from 8am-12:15pm 2nd & 3rd grade will take pictures on 9/25 from 8am-12:15pm Location will be at Waterford High School Gym at 121 S. Reinway Ave. Waterford, Ca. 95386 Attached is a flyer with prices and you can also order online!
1 day ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
A message from Mrs. Flanery....... It is my pleasure to present my husband, Les, my son, Liam, and my 2 friends Giraffe and Lion. As you can see, they are following safety rules and wearing their masks. I have many more animals like these two, and I will accrue more at the end of the month but I am expecting to use these animals and others to teach about Habitats in our 3rd unit in Advance Benchmark.
3 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Today was Mexican Independence Day and some of the staff dressed up to celebrate what is commonly confused with Cinco de Mayo in the U.S., this holiday celebrates the moment when Father Hidalgo called for Mexico's independence from Spain in September 1810. On September 16, Mexicans around the globe will celebrate the anniversary of the country's independence from Spain.
3 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Happy Tech Day! Thank you Tech Department for all of your help!
4 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Happy Grandparents Day! A Grandparents love knows no bounds. It does not recognize bedtimes or curfews and agrees dinner can be cookies and ice cream. It can provide unlimited cuddles and kisses and always has time for just one more story!
7 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Remembering those lost on 9/11/01 Here is information that you can take bits and pieces from to educate your children about.. What happened at the World Trade Center on 9/11 The hijacked Flight 11 was crashed into floors 93 to 99 of the North Tower (1 WTC) at 8:46 a.m. The hijacked Flight 175 struck floors 77 to 85 of the South Tower (2 WTC) 17 minutes later at 9:03 a.m. When the towers were struck, between 16,400 and 18,000 people were in the WTC complex. Of those, the vast majority evacuated safely. As they rushed out, first responders rushed in trying to save those still trapped or injured. The fires from the impacts were intensified by the planes’ burning jet fuel. They weakened the steel support trusses, which attached each of the floors to the buildings’ exterior walls. Along with the initial damage to the buildings’ structural columns, this ultimately caused both towers to collapse. The five other buildings in the WTC complex were also destroyed because of damage sustained when the Twin Towers fell. The collapse of the buildings left the site devastated. Thousands of volunteers came to Ground Zero to help with the rescue, recovery, and clean-up efforts, and on May 30, 2002, the last piece of WTC steel was ceremonially removed. Since then they have built a memorial and museum.
9 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Don't forget Grandparents Day is this Sunday. We included a free printable for the kids to send to their Grandparents. It is such a great time to remind them how much they are loved!
10 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
It’s National Read a Book day!! What a perfect time to stay indoors and cool off reading to, or with, our Moon students! Reading exposure for 20 minutes a day is important to develop vocabulary and comprehension. It’s proven that student who scored 90% better than their peers, on reading tests, read for more than 20 minutes a day. Stay cool and read some books!
13 days ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Waterford USD
Administrator of the Year! Congratulations Jose Aldaco for being named the Association of California School Administrators Central Office Administrator fo the Year! Mr. Aldaco serves as the Assistant Superintendent in the Waterford Unified School District overseeing Personnel and Human Resources.
about 1 month ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Administrator of the Year! Congratulations Carolyn Viss for being named the Association of California School Administrators Central Office Administrator fo the Year!
about 1 month ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
WHS Graduation livestream https://vimeo.com/420538595/1b5c6352f4
4 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Waterford Jr High Graduation livestream https://vimeo.com/420537755/c755605157
4 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
CALIFORNIA PANDEMIC EBT (P-EBT) INFORMATION: This program is for families with children who normally receive free or reduced price meals. They may apply for $365 for each child to buy food. Apply at www.ca.p-ebt.org.
4 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
K-6 Education Packets pick up April 7, 8, 9 in the D.O. parking lot: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
MEALS: Starting on Monday, April 6th, meals will be distributed on Mondays and Wednesdays. On Monday pick up for Mon-Tue, on Wednesday pick up for Wed-Fri.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
MEALS: Starting on Monday, April 6th, meals will be distributed on Mondays and Wednesdays. On Monday pick up for Mon-Tue, on Wednesday pick up for Wed-F
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Classes are suspended through May 1st, with a tentative reopening on May 4th at the earliest. The decision to reopen depends on advice from Public Health and any declaration by Governor Newsom.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
FREE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES: These optional resources are free (though many come with advertisements). Please check them out: (https://5il.co/dyy2)
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
SACK LUNCHES & BREAKFAST: During the school suspension, Waterford students may pick up sack lunches and next-day breakfast, M - F at 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Moon School, Waterford High School and Beard Community Park.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
SACK LUNCHES & BREAKFAST: During the school suspension, Waterford students may pick up sack lunches and next-day breakfast, M - F at 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Moon School, Waterford High School and Beard Community Park.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Free Educational Resources for families to explore during the suspension of classes: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/622389/Free_Websits_for_kids_3.20.pdf
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Dear Waterford Families The difficult decision has been made to suspend classes for all schools effective on Thursday, March 19th through the end of the Spring Break, April 19th.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Dear WUSD Families, The difficult decision has been made to suspend classes for all schools effective on Thursday, March 19th through the end of the Spring Break, April 19th. This timeline will give parents time to make necessary arrangements for supervision for their children.
6 months ago, Waterford USD
Don Davis
MARCH 13: Stanislaus County Public Health Guidance for Schools. Dr. Vaishampayan released guidance today to all Stanislaus County Public Schools to remain open. She advises that this is in the best interest of public health. Waterford schools remain open on Monday, March 16.
6 months ago, Don Davis
Waterford USD
Dr. Davis at Small School Districts Association State conference. Our superintendent serves on the state small school districts Superintendent council, and the SSDA conference is a fabulous opportunity to network with other small school district leaders. He is pictured with the Waterford USD’s facility modernization architect Alexis Persinger.
7 months ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Waterford Baseball Wins CIF D-VI Championship https://www.modbee.com/sports/high-school/article230882189.html?
over 1 year ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Waterford Superintendent, Dr. Don Davis, serves on the StanMath Action Team for the Stanislaus County Cradle to Career Initiative.
over 1 year ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Waterford Superintendent, Dr. Don Davis, serves on the StanMath Action Team for the Stanislaus County Cradle to Career Initiative
over 1 year ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Congratulations, Serenity Dalton 6th grader at LWIS for receiving the Every Student Succeeding recognition at the Stanislaus County Office of Education
over 1 year ago, Waterford USD
Waterford USD
Assistant Superintendent Jose Aldaco serving as Master of Ceremonies at the Every Student Succeeding event at the Stanislaus County Office of Education Petersen Center
over 1 year ago, Waterford USD
Richard M. Moon Primary
No Bulling Zone School.
almost 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Crazy Hat Day
almost 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Moon Cubs say No to DRUGS!
almost 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
Be A safe Moon Cub
almost 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Waterford USD
Walk-to-School Day, Wednesday, October 10th. Elementary school students and their parents are encouraged to meet at the corner of Pecan & Western, at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 10th and walk to school together! This is a day that we promote exercise and walking to school
almost 2 years ago, Waterford USD
Richard M. Moon Primary
September- Congratulations Mrs. Costales first grade attendance champions.
almost 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Waterford USD
Hello WUSD, Today at approximately 11:18 a nationwide test of the presidential emergency broadcast system will be sent to all cell phones. The alert is sent to test mass communication capabilities in case of a national emergency. This may cause some concern or confusion, particularly for students with cell phones. This is only a test, please do not respond, and carry on school as usual. Feel free to let your students know about this and it’s only a test. Thank you, Don Davis
almost 2 years ago, Waterford USD
Richard M. Moon Primary
Celebrating Reading!
almost 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Richard M. Moon Primary
September 03, 2018 Labor Day- No School
about 2 years ago, Richard M. Moon Primary
Maria Ayala
Read daily!
about 2 years ago, Maria Ayala