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Family Night 2014
On Wednesday, March 12, 2014, Pittman's PTSA held it 1st Annual Formal Family Night. Thank you to all those who attended for making it a great success! There was a DJ, dancing, and food catered by Bottley's Barbecue. Everyone showed off their best dance moves and formal attire. The event was coordinated by Omar Stewart, president of PTSA and Alycia Williams, vice president of PTSA.
Pittman School Celebrates a Festival of Honor
Staff and families at Pittman Charter Elementary School celebrated their fifth Annual Festival of Honor last week with dozens of beautifully created “ofrendas” honoring those who have died or special people or ideas.
The event is held every year to serve as a cross cultural bridge on which new ideas and cultural traditions meet to share experiences and honor ancestral roots. Students created special projects under director of Pittman’s art teacher, Allison Savage.
In addition, the Cesar Chavez High School Mariachis performed and neighboring Health Careers Academy joined in the festivities. Take a look at some of the work on display!
Parents Become Parenting Partners
Congratulations to a dozen Pittman Elementary School parents who have graduated from the Parenting Partners Program! The parents, nearly all Spanish-speaking only mothers, participated in a special ceremony last week that fostered bonding among the parents and school leaders. Principal Adrienne Machado conducted the ceremony, in which parents said they had learned better basic parenting practices as well as how to better help their children succeed in school. Parenting Partners is offered in most SUSD elementary schools. Great work Pittman School!
Distinguished Administrator of the Year
Congratulations to Ms. Machado!!! She was recognized this week as the Distinguished Administrator of the Year by the California Association for Bilingual Education. Ms. Machado was cited for her passion and effectiveness teaching bilingual students. Ms. Machado was a former principal at McKinley School and later the first principal at Pittman in central Stockton, which also serves a large population of Spanish-speakers.“As an administrator Adrienne [Machado] is a tireless advocate for improving the education and lives of her students,” said Olivia Sosa, director of Multilingual Education for the San Joaquin County Office of Education. “She has a profound understanding for the importance of parental involvement and cultural pride!”Added Stockton Unified Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Lowder: “We are very proud of Adrienne. She has demonstrated instructional leadership that has translated into an ever improving education for her students. Well done Adrienne.”Adrienne received the prestigious award Thursday, February 7th at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Winter Celebration 2012
Junior League of San Joaquin Donates Backpacks to Pittman Students
FOSS Summer TRaining
8:05am - 1:05pm
Tuesday - Friday
8:05am - 3:05pm
7:30am - 4:00pm
Accelerated Reader Update
Pittman Charter Saturday School
Our Saturday Enrichment Program begins at 7:50 a.m. with a light breakfast. Then students head to their classrooms. We have many choices and students are grouped by one or two grade levels. Students have the option of working on art projects, dancing, literacy projects, technology, movie-making, MESA, physical education, or fantasy baseball. Lessons are fun and exciting and students bring their enthusiasm to learn about the world! The day ends at 12:15 with lunch.