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Summer.....What Summer?

Many LUSD staff delayed the start of their summer break and joined the Beyond Boot Camp ~ Living the GSuite Life training offered from June 5th - 8th in our LUSD Tech Training Room. Staff from all schools participated in a variety of tech topics including websites, Google Drive, Youtube Playlists, Google Classroom. Topics were open to all users from the beginner to the expert. All staff were encouraged to incorporate technology into what they already do to enhance student success in LUSD.
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8th Grade Promotion Photographs

Photos from the LUSD 8th Grade Promotion Event on June 1st are available for purchase on the Simply Portraits website by clicking above. Photos are available for purchase from June 5th - July 1st. Questions can be directed to orders@simply-portraits.com
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LUSD Track Meet Finals

The Loomis Basin Athletic League hosted 8 schools in their yearly end of the season finals track meet at Del Oro High School. Students in grades 5th - 8th were able to participate in the team sport towards earning the coveted league finals banner. Placer Elementary earned the top score in both the girls and boys team division to bring the banner to their school. Students enjoyed the camaraderie of their competitors, all while cheering on their peers to do their personal best.
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Transitional Kindergarten Program

The Loomis Union School District offers an all day Transitional Kindergarten Program to students turning 5 years old between September 2, 2017 and December 2, 2017. TK Registration Packets must be submitted to our district office for processing. Click above to download a Transitional Kindergarten registration packet.
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Right Choice Drug Prevention Event

The Placer County Sheriff's Office coordinated The Right Choice Program for 680 of our district 7th & 8th graders on Thursday, April 20th. The program consists of 8 stations that take the students through the identity of legal and illegal drugs and the consequences associated with usage. There were presentations by the Placer County Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Team, the Placer County Sheriff’s K-9 team and the Placer County Sheriff’s Airborne Operations Helicopter Team. Thank you to everyone that made this an amazing day for our students!
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