Our mission at Theodore Judah Elementary School is to promote confidence and responsibility in our students through an enriched and engaging approach to teaching the core curriculum. The staff works together with our community partners to create an environment where people feel valued and safe so that each student can develop the skills to access core curriculum and to meet grade level standards. Our emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking, strong communications skills and appreciation for diversity provides all of our students an avenue for success in the 21st century.
Theodore Judah introducing their first squad of Safety Patrol Leadership Cadets. The Safety Patrol is a select group of 5th and 6th Graders that are committed to providing a safe school environment for all students at Theodore Elementary. Each Cadet had to apply for the position and have a formal interview with Mr. Holding (Principal). A Safety Patrol member should be responsible, respectful, cooperative, and helpful. They should always model the “Principal High Five” expectations.
Dear Theodore Judah Families,
Welcome to the 2018-19 at Theodore Judah! We are looking forward to welcoming you back to school on August 30th, but in the meantime, want to share information with you to make sure you are prepared for the first day of school.
Grades K-2 Mondays from 2:10-3:10
Grades 3-6 Fridays from 2:10-3:10
Enrollment Fee $125
Girls on the Run is coming back to Theodore Judah next season!
Learn more about Girls on the Run and find out how you can register your girl here: www.gotrsac.org. Space is limited to twenty girls grades 3 to 5 and registration opens via the GOTR website on January 21.
If your student missed picture day they still have a chance to get their pictures done. Picture Day Make-Ups/Retakes are November 29th in the Auditorium.
Coffee Chat with Superintendent Aguilar and Board Member President Jesse Ryan
Red Ribbon Week will be the week of October 22nd – October 26th.
Monday – Wear Red for “Red Ribbon Week”
Tuesday – Wear Crazy Socks to “Sock it to drugs!”
Wednesday – Wear a hat/cap to “Put a cap on drugs!”
Thursday – Wear your shirt backwards to “Turn your back on drugs!”
Friday – Wear orange for Kindness – “Be kind to yourself and SAY NO TO DRUGS!”
October 1st is Picture Day. These are the pictures that will be in our yearbooks. Teachers have passed out order forms for pictures to your students. If you have any questions, please contact the front office.
Tryouts are on September 26th after school for 4-6 boys and girls. The tryouts will take place at 2:30 on the field with Coach Parker.
Good luck and have fun!