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Summer Football Camp

2019 Football Camp-Incoming 7th-8th Graders

Who: All Incoming 7th and 8th graders RIO VISTA FOOTBALL CAMP See flyer attached to register. Please email Kody Donnelly for more information at kdonnelly@centralusd.k12.ca.us
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Freshman Football Summer Workouts

Starts: June 17th Time: 8am to 10am Workouts will be EVERYDAY Monday through Thursday Week 1: June 17 to June 20 Click on flyer for more information.
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2019-20 Fall Sports Information

SAVE THE DATE: THERE IS A MANDATORY MEETING 8/28/19: VICTORY WITH HONOR 6:00-7:00p FOR PARENTS, ATHLETES AND COACHES. WE WILL GO OVER ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT RULES.
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Negotiation News

The Central Unified School District and Central Unified Teachers Association (CUTA) have reached a tentative agreement during the fact-finding process and after 14 months of negotiations. More information will be released once the Board of Trustees and the Central Unified Teachers Association have ratified the tentative agreement. The neutral fact-finder requires that the terms of the agreement remain confidential until June 5, 2019, or earlier by mutual consent.
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Principal's Message

Last day of school is June 13th!-MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY (6/12) AND THURSDAY (6/13) WE WILL BE ON A MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE. STUDENTS WILL BE DISMISSED AT 1:05 P.M. BOTH DAYS I do hope that you have a restful and rejuvenating summer break. Encourage your students to lose themselves in exciting books, to write stories about their experiences or keep a journal. Have them practice using a budget instead of just supplying cash every time they ask. Look toward the skies and keep an eye out for comets, planets, and other celestial sightings. I wish our 8th grade students the best of luck in high school. Have a fabulous summer! Reminders: • NO BACKPACKS THURSDAY---Please remind your child that backpacks are not to be brought to school on the last day of school. • Students are not to bring food to school to pass out to friends or classes as we will not be having class parties. This includes Starbucks/Dutch Bros drinks, etc. • Lunch can only be delivered for your child and Uber Eats is not allowed. • ASP PROGRAM---Tuesday (6/11) is the last day for ASP. There will be no ASP on Thursday (6/13). Academic Awards – 8th grade awards @ 8:30 a.m. and 7th grade awards @ 10:30 a.m. in the gym. Any student who has earned a GPA of 3.0 or above this semester will receive an award. During the 8th grade ceremony, special awards will also be handed out to our Department All-Stars, Superintendent’s Award (your child was recognized at the Promotion Ceremony) and winners of our male and female Athlete-of-the-Year. If your student completed the requirements and turned in the paperwork for the Titan Award, that will be handed out at the ceremony as well. Joe M. Bracamonte, Principal

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2019 Spring Grapevine

Central Unified Spring 2019 Grapevine

The spring, 2019 edition of Central Unified's newsletter, Grapevine, has finally arrived. We hope you enjoy reading about all of the exciting news, events, and accomplishments that took place in our district. To access Grapevine, please click on the attached link.

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