Primary Weekly Newsletter!
May 6-10, 2024

Parent Messages


Summer Day camp – 

Join us for an unforgettable summer filled with blockbuster activities inspired by your favorite films and TV shows. Registration is open through May 17th, 2024. Please note that Week 1 (American Gladiator) will be held at the ACAI Campus located at 3325 Hacienda Way in Antioch. Pick up and drop off will be at their school location. Also, in observance of the federal holiday, there will be no camp held on June 19th, 2024. You may register through this link:

ACAII 2024 Summer Camp: Lights, Camera, Adventure! Sign Ups

Park Playdate – Some of the moms in our class are organizing a park playdate and asked that we share the information with all Primary families. They will be meeting for a park playdate on Friday from 12-3:30pm, at Markley Creek Park.


Intent to Return – To secure your child’s placement for the upcoming 2024/ 2025 school year, please fill out the information below no later than May 1, 2024.


Memory Book! – We are getting down to the wire on making our Memory Book (yearbook). Upper grade students have been helping create the book in an elective all year long. But they need additional help with photos. If you have any photos from this year, please submit them asap!

You can email them to: OR upload them to our Google Drive using this link:

  • ACA II Memory Book orders from due by May 10th
Upcoming Events

May 16 & 17 – School 8:15-11:00

May 17 – Fair field trip

May 27 – No School

June 7 – Last day of school, 8:15-12


Kindergarten – Reading Eggs 51

Mathseeds 34&35

TK – Reading Eggs 30

Mathseeds 29

Week in Review

Thank you to all who came out to the Silent Auction on Friday evening.  It was a lot of fun and many scored great deals while raising funds for our school. Last week students practiced reading and writing words with -ed and -eg.  We added live caterpillars to our classroom and last week we watched them grow and multiply in size as they ate.  They are now in various stages of creating their chrysalises. We are looking forward to watching their life cycle as they change into butterflies. On Friday students enjoyed an orchestra concert by professional musicians along with their art and craft stations.

Counselor Connection

As parents and caregivers, we want to do all that we can to protect our children, and we worry about what alcohol may do to their health and well-being. In this guide, we break down the risks of youth drinking, why it appeals to youth and what you can do to protect your child from its harms.            Alcohol: What Families Need to Know to Protect Young People