Cobb School News & Updates

Check back regularly for updates on what's happening at Cobb School. You can also subscribe to the posts on this page by clicking on the RSS below. The Cobb PTO also has a Facebook group. Contact Helena Welsh for more information about joining that group.

Rebuild Workshop 2/18/17 at Cobb Elementary School

posted Feb 18, 2017, 7:48 AM by David Leonard

ReBuild Workshop Feb 18, 2017

The Rebuild Advocacy Committee for the Cobb Area Council presents a

REBUILD WORKSHOP

on Saturday, February 18, 2017

10 – 2:00 pm

Cobb Elementary School

·       Are you confused or overwhelmed on where to even start?

·       Do you have problems or questions regarding the whole rebuild process?

·       Are you concerned about property values?

·       Are you concerned about the costs or time length to rebuild?

Please bring any and all questions you have regarding the rebuild process.  We will have experts to answer your questions.

 •Local Contractors (Lake County Contractors & Bob Sabatino) • Hammers For Hope (Mark Borghesani) • Cobb Area Water (Robert Stark) • Hope City (Kevin Cox) • Habitat For Humanity (Richard Birk) • Policyholders Recovery (Bob Ellenberg) • Timothy Toye & Associates (Timothy Toye) • Lake County Building Department

 Any questions call Ron Haskett 707-533-9771 or Kathleen Ahart 707-262-2479

AR Point Goal Update

posted Feb 3, 2017, 8:05 AM by David Leonard

Today marks the 3/4 mark for the trimester. Your child should be at 75% or more of their Accelerated Reader point goal.

California Healthy Kids Survey

posted Jan 27, 2017, 9:40 AM by David Leonard   [ updated Jan 30, 2017, 7:01 AM ]

Here are the instructions for both parents and 5th/6th grade students to take the survey. 
The student survey will be done at school ONLY WITH PARENTAL PERMISSION. 
PLEASE SEND IN PERMISSION SLIPS BY TUESDAY, JAN. 31ST. 
THANKS FOR YOUR HELP AND PARTICIPATION!
DAVID LEONARD

 


1 hour school delay January 11th

posted Jan 10, 2017, 8:04 PM by David Leonard

Hello again, MUSD families. We are planning to re-open our schools tomorrow (Wednesday), but WE'LL START AN HOUR LATER THAN USUAL (and bus pickups will be an hour later, too). This is so that it is daylight by the time our buses get on the roads in case there are any hazards. Students will still be released at the regular time. It is still possible that we'll need to close schools again tomorrow, but for now, this is the plan.
Stay tuned for information as it unfolds. If Hwy 175 is still closed, we plan to bring students in the long way around via Kelseyville.

NO SCHOOL - JANUARY 10TH

posted Jan 10, 2017, 6:21 AM by David Leonard

Good Tuesday morning, Middletown families. Due to severe weather predictions with flood and high wind warnings for today, and out of concern for student safety, we will not have school today at any of our campuses. We are concerned about trees coming down, roads flooding, and losing power. Please be safe and cautious and we expect to see everyone at school tomorrow.

School is in session today, Jan. 9th

posted Jan 9, 2017, 7:32 AM by David Leonard

School is in session today, January 9th, 2017. Bus routes are open. PTO meeting this morning, 9 am. 

Science Camp Meeting Jan. 11 @ 3:30

posted Jan 6, 2017, 5:51 AM by David Leonard

The next Sixth Grade Science Camp meeting is on January 11th at 3:30 in the school library. 

Crab Feed & School Garden Silent Auction

posted Jan 6, 2017, 5:46 AM by David Leonard   [ updated Jan 6, 2017, 5:47 AM ]

January 4, 2017

Dear Families, 

The time is drawing near for our annual school garden silent auction on February 4, 2017.  We are looking for a parent donation of $5 or so to put together a themed basket for your child’s classroom. We also welcome any completed baskets that families would like to contribute on their own!

Our award-winning Cobb School Garden program brings each one of our students into the school garden each week. No part of our garden program is funded by our school district. Therefore, we have to raise the funds ourselves. Luckily, we are able to raise almost all of the funds we need by holding a silent auction and live dessert auction at the Moore Family Winery Crab Boil.  

Some of the most popular items at our silent auction are the themed classroom baskets.  Parents donate items and/or funds to put together a gift basket to be auctioned at the event. This years basket themes are:


Mrs. Ferguson- gourmet foodie basket, parent lead- Angie Winchester

Mrs. Heywood- spa basket, parent lead- Nicole Cobb

Mr. Krohn- music and art, parent lead- Carolyn Compton

Mr. Weiss- family fun night, parent lead- Helena Welsh

Mrs. Vargas- garden basket, parent lead- Dana Taylor

Mr. Morita- Pot of Gold basket, parent lead- Sam Wood


This is an event that community members look forward to attending, and have enjoyed supporting for many years. We’re grateful for your continued support! 


Please return the bottom portion to your child’s teacher or parent lead with any contribution you are able to make. Thank you so much for your help!

Sincerely,

Cobb School Garden Committee


You can go to http://www.moorefamilywinery.com/events/

to get tickets to the event.

School is in Session today!

posted Jan 3, 2017, 8:13 AM by David Leonard

Yes school is in session, and busses are running.

Return to School on January 3rd

posted Jan 1, 2017, 10:02 AM by David Leonard

School resumes on January 3rd after our winter break. This Friday, January 6th, marks the halfway point of the trimester. You can go to 
https://hosted153.renlearn.com/285853/homeconnect/
 to check their progress towards their goal. 
Your child's username is :firstnamelastname with no spaces
Your child's password is the four digit log in they use for taking AR quizzes.

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