Dear Parents and Guardians,
It was reported to us that two male middle school students were approached by a man and a young boy in a 4 door car yesterday, the boy asked the students if they would like a ride, and they declined, then reported the incident to their parent. Please see the attached letter with points to discuss with your children and teens about staying safe. Always walk to and from school in pairs or groups.
Please contact the Milpitas Police Department if you have any additional information.
Your child's safety is our number one concern and we thank you for working together with us to remind them of these strategies that will help them to stay safe when they are away from home.
Click here for a more detailed letter from Mrs. Armino
SINNOTT NEEDS YOUR VOICE
It's important that your voice is heard on our School Site Council and that Sinnott is represented at the Community Board Advisory Committee as well as the District English Language Acquisition Committee. The two people who are on the district commitees will report back and forth from the School Site Council.
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Thank so much for your support and dedication to Sinnott!
MEDICATION AT SCHOOL
If your student has a medical condition, such as asthma or severe food allergies, and requires medication to be kept at school, an authorization to administer medication form is required. The form is to be filled out by the doctor prior to bringing in your student’s medication.
AS WE BEGIN THE SCHOOL YEAR, HERE ARE A FEW REMINDERS TO PARENTS
School-wide websites for students
Enrollment and Transfers
SECOND CHANCE BREAKFAST is available to students during the morning recesses. Breakfast will include a snack item along with juice and or fresh fruit and milk. Lunch prices are $1.25; reduced-price $0.30 and free. Pre-paid lunch account may be used to pay for breakfast.
Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship-Milpitas Unified School District is now offering resources to parents on the topic of Digital Citizenship. These resources cover topics such as cyberbullying, protecting your child's reputation, online etiquette, respecting creative work, research skills, plagiarism, and more. For more information please access our Digital Citizenship page located in the Parent Resources section. We will be constantly adding more resources and information to this part of our website as we get them.
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