Due to the weather forecast, Loved Ones Lunch has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 26.Read More
The Cubberley School Foundation was created in 2008 with the sole purpose of raising funds to enhance the well-being and educational opportunities of Cubberley's students.
The Foundation supports programs and needs that are not funded by the state or district, and fall outside of the scope of the PTA.
Most current Foundation board members' terms will be up at the end of this school year. In order for the Foundation to continue funding needs for Cubberley next year, we need new board members to fill the following vacancies— President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer and Financial Secretary. If you are interested in being a part of this valuable organization, please contact me.Read More
This year's Nominating Committee is pleased to present its slate of nominees for next year's PTA Board of Directors:
President – Becca Gadbois
1st VP – Jessica Dotts
2nd VP – Chris Savant
3rd VP – Kelley Bowling
Recording Secretary – Keri Reed
Treasurer – Susan Bates
Financial Secretary – Abby Oppliger
Historian – Haley Franks-Tucker
Auditor – Elizabeth Whitt
Legislative Director – Jordan Tracy
The Measure E Community Meeting, originally scheduled for Jan. 29 at 5 p.m., has been postponed. The LBUSD will provide a new date and time for the meeting, and we will post the information as soon as we have it.Read More
PTA's "Hero Around Me" for the month of December is: Ms. Pirie!
Ms. Pirie has been at the forefront of teaching our middle school students compassion, kindness, leadership, organization, community, and so much more by being the ASB (Associated Student Body) advisor for many years. In addition to her job of teaching science to 6th and 7th graders, Ms. Pirie spends her lunches with ASB students, organizing activities such as Middle School dances, the corn drive during Thanksgiving, a Toy Drive for the holidays, the St. Baldricks Cub team, making signs for school events, Autism Awareness week and so much more. Middle school ASB students learn how to run all of these events under the leadership of Ms. Pirie.Read More
The Scholastic “Enchanted Forest” Book Fair will be held Dec. 3-7, in the Cubberley library. Each student will have an opportunity to visit the fair with his or her class. A letter will be sent home this week that will include the Book Fair schedule, as well as each child’s classroom visit day and time.
The online fair,including an expanded list of titles, is going on now through Dec. 8, with free shipping to the school. Go to http://www.scholastic.com/bf/cubberley for more information on the fair and to shop online.Read More
On Tuesday, October 2, The LBC Hero Squad and Cubberley K-8 were recognized by Mayor Robert Garcia and 5th District Councilwoman Stacy Mungo for their efforts to support Autism Awareness, as well as kindness and understanding for all Cubs. Thanks to the Cubberley community who came out to celebrate this great accomplishment! (Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach)Read More
Once a year (and only once a year!), Cubberley PTA asks for your support with a fundraiser, which will culminate in a schoolwide Read-a-Thon for students on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
A $40 donation per student ensures funding for the many enrichment programs and activities the PTA supports for students at every grade level, including visual arts, music and gardening and school spirit-building events. Click here for a complete list of how the PTA uses your contributions to provide an enriching school experience for Cubberley students, from TK to 8th grade.Read More
Every year, schools in the LBUSD have an opportunity to choose one special person to be recognized as a VIPS (Volunteers in Public Schools) of the year. Cubberley's selection this year is Jessica Dotts.Read More
Dear Cubberley Families,
Attached is a summary of the information presented at today's parent meeting regarding school safety. We wanted to provide you this information in case you were not able to attend.Read More
This year's Nominating Committee is pleased to present its recommendations for next year's PTA Board of Directors. The vote to approve this list of nominations will take place at the PTA General Meeting on Thursday, March 15 at 6:30 p.m.Read More
Cubberley families….get ready for Red Ribbon week, Oct. 23 -27. This is a time for students to have fun, show school spirit and participate in themed dress-up days (pajama day, crazy hair day and more), but most importantly, it’s a time to emphasize the importance of a drug-free future. More information will be sent home in the coming weeks, including a pledge form that your child can fill out and bring to school on Monday, Oct. 23 to receive a treat. We encourage you to take a moment to discuss the meaning and importance of Red Ribbon week with your child.
There will also be volunteer opportunities, such as decorating the campus and collecting pledge cards. Please contact me if you are interested in helping:
Together we shine!!
For more information about Red Ribbon week, click here.
The Long Beach Press-Telegram is again launching its popular Scary Stories contest for Long Beach area youth. Winning entries – both stories and artwork – will be published in the Press-Telegram on Halloween, Oct. 31. The rules are the same as last year, with three age categories for stories and drawings:
Elementary grades (K-5)
Middle grades (6-8)
High school grades (9-12)
Here are the rules:
- The deadline is Monday, Oct. 23.
- All entries must be emailed, with the entrant’s name and grade, and the subject line “Scary Stories,” to: email@example.com. Stories can be submitted in the body of the email, or as a Word attachment.
- Drawings should be submitted in JPEG format, no larger than 5MB in size.
- Stories must be no longer than 650 words.
- Artwork must be original (no tracings).
Entries will be judged based on imagination, creativity and theme.The winning entries will be published in the Press-Telegram on Oct. 31, and posted online at www.presstelegram.com/. If you have any questions, e-mail Press-Telegram City Editor Melissa Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 562-499-1280.
Welcome back Cubs! Get ready for this year’s Reading Rewards Program, where reading is the reward. Research shows that students who read at least 20 minutes per day perform better in school (see back), so let’s get reading! Students who complete the required reading will be rewarded with the opportunity to receive books from the school Book Fairs.
Here’s how it works:
1. A Reading Rewards Calendar will be sent home each month. (The first calendar is attached)
2. Students read, or are read to, for at least 20 minutes per day, for at least 20 days during the month.
3. Parents initial each day that the student has read at least 20 minutes on the calendar, and sign the bottom of the completed calendar.
4. Parents or students list all of the books that were read on the back of the calendar.
5. Students return the completed and signed calendar by the deadline listed.
6. Students Earn “Book Bucks” to spend at the Book Fair!
What are Book Bucks? Each student who returns a completed calendar on time will earn a “Book Buck,” which will be redeemable for books at the Cubberley Book Fairs in December and May. Students will have the opportunity to earn a total of ten Book Bucks for the school year. Each Book Buck is equivalent to one dollar, so each student can earn up to $10 worth of books!
To kick-start this year’s program, we are offering the opportunity to earn two bonus Book Bucks in September. To earn the first bonus Book Buck, complete the Reading Club Pledge form below, and return it to you child’s teacher by 9/13/17.
The Reading Rewards program will begin Wednesday, September 6. Read at least 15 days from 9/6-9/30 to earn one Book Buck. Read at least 20 days to earn two Book Bucks!