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PrincipalDon Patzer 

Secretary: June Gray

                 

 

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New Jerusalem Elementary School

31400 South Koster Road,

Tracy, CA 95304

 

Phone Number:

(209) 835-2597

(209) 8352613 FAX

Opal Burt Playground Dedication

40+ Years of Service

Our Teachers

Deverall, Christina
5th Grade
Douglas, Bonnie
6th Grade
Fisher, Lyndee
2nd Grade
Gray, James
3rd Grade
McComb, Shannon
Kindergarten
Raspo, Kathleen
2nd Grade
Rosette, Nalleli
4th Grade Teacher
Vick, Jennifer
5th Grade

New Jerusalem School Board and Superintendent

Superintendent

David Thoming 

 

School Board of Trustees

William Koster  -President

Steve Bogetti   

Mike Petz

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Tdap Vaccine required for all 7th graders

California law requires that all middle and high school students must be vaccinated against pertussis (whooping cough). Beginning July 1, 2011, all students entering 7th through 12th grades will be required to show proof of a "Tdap" vaccine before starting school.

Proof of the Tdap vaccine must be turned in to the school office prior to being assigned to a class if you are entering 7th or 8th grade. Any questions please call 835-2597.

MLK Day: 1/16/2017

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. devoted his life to equality, social justice, economic advancement, and opportunity for all. He challenged us to build a more perfect union and taught us that everyone has a role to play in making America what it ought to be. With his leadership, our nation made great strides toward increased civil rights.

More than 40 years after his death, Dr. King’s example can continue to guide us in addressing our most critical issues. Each of us can contribute to strengthening our own communities by serving in Dr. King’s honor not only on the King Holiday, but throughout the year. By making service part of our daily lives, we can help realize Dr. King’s dream. Together, we can create and sustain opportunities for Americans to strengthen their own and other's economic opportunity, ensure that more young people graduate from high school, support our military families and veterans, and help communities prepare for and recover from disaster.

"Life's most urgent question is: what are you doing for others?"

Martin Luther King Jr.

February 24th: Second Trimester Really Good Attendance Assembly 95% or Better

Really Good Attendance Assembly 95% or Better

Sports Teams Head to UOP for some College Basketball!

Sports Teams Head to UOP for some College Basketball!

ACCELERATED READER

 

If you are interested in taking an AR Quiz at home, click here TAKE A QUIZ Just log in like you normally do at school.  If you have questions or problems, contact Melissa Cochrane at 835-2597.

Pickup-Drop Arrangements

Parent Reminder:

Please have all after school transportation arrangements made before school starts so that classrooms are not interrupted to deliver messages to students.  Calls to the classroom take the teacher’s attention away from not only your student but all students in the class.


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