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Concerns about challenging behaviors in the classrooms

The CJHS Haunted House on Oct. 26 at CJHS raised funds to support our seniors and was great fun for the whole family.

The Merchant Safe Trick or Treating on Oct. 31 included a Costume Contest at Stover Landing parking lot. Thanks to our local merchants for their support of our children.

Chester Elementary PTA

We appreciate the many avenues our small but mighty PTA leaders support our students. They can always use help. Please contact the main office to learn more about the many benefits of PTA, and consider joining by visiting the office to pick up a form. Cost is only $6.

STRAW (Students and Teachers Restoring A Watershed)

Thanks to our parent Mr. Ryan Burnett (Point Blue Conservation Science Director), our wonderful teachers, Mr. Tognotti’s CJHS science students and many of our local volunteers, teachers and parents for the wonderful opportunity. Our students planted hundreds of willows in the Goodrich Meadow (between Chester and Susanville).

A big thanks to Mr. Burnett, Point Blue and the many volunteers who make this special opportunity happen for our students. For more information on Point Blue, you can visit their website athttps://www.pointblue.org/

STRAW Experience

A poem created by our talented 4th graders:

Meadow

Healthy meadow, clean water, complex habitats, connected streams, healthy me.

Healthy meadow, cottonwoods, wildlife, willows, clean air, tributaries, healthy me, healthy me.

Healthy meadow, trout, trees, willow fly catcher, yellow warbler, rushes around, sedges have edges, healthy me, healthy me, healthy me

Healthy meadow, dig, dig, dig, a tired body like climbing a mountain, sore me, sore me, sore me, sore me!

Healthy meadow, restoration to help, erosion to help vegetation, to help watersheds.

Healthy me, healthy me, healthy me, healthy me, healthy meadow.

We love our CJHS friends!

A big shout out to Mr. Hernandez and his outstanding team and our wonderful CJHS students. We are enjoying a supportive relationship and finding more opportunities to work together and bring our students together.

Our mentoring program continues to grow thanks to Mr. Ragan and Miss Sarah Ragan, Mr. Tognotti’s science students helped our students plant willows this past week and we continue to seek more opportunities to get our students together, which benefits both the older and the younger students. Thanks so much CJHS!

Challenging behaviors

We’ve had a couple parent concerns recently about students who may at times interrupt the

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