School Loop Login
If you are being bullied, Mr. Fuzz wants to know
Just login in to School Loop and send a "Loop Mail" to Mr. Fuzz. You can find him on the Loop Mail "Staff" list.
This is a confidential way to report bullying and help keep Cubberley a safe place for everyone.
It's A Great Day to be a Cubberley Cub!
Happy Boss' Day, Mrs. Imbroane
Cubberley Girls' Volleyball: Undefeated Div. II Eastern Champs!
Is It A Bird? Is It A Plane? No! It's Cubberley Carnival Time!
Carnival Ticket Order Form & Booth List
Celebrating Red Ribbon Week @ Cubberley
PTA Herolympics 2016
Cubberley Connection Online E-Newsletter
What to keep up with all the great things happening here at Cubberley? Then be sure to sign-up for the Cubberley Connection Online (CCO) E-Newsletter. It's easy, just click on the link below to register your email address:
6th Grade Orientation Information
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Our Teacher of the Year, Ms. Puz
ST Math Login Procedures
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When: Saturday, October 29, 2016, from 9:00am - 1:15pm
Where: Long Beach City College, LAC Campus
Parking in general lots is complimentary, thank you to LBCC.
Reservations for classroom information sessions are starting to sell out and we encourage families to reserve their free tickets prior to the event date. Each person attending the session will need to reserve a ticket.
Along with the information sessions which require tickets, you are invited to the Pathway Exposition Center, which will feature Administrators, Teachers, Parents and Student Ambassadors who will share their work and experience being a part of Linked Learning in Long Beach.
To reserve tickets for particular pathway sessions, please use the following link:
If you have any questions, please call the Choice Helpline at (562)997-8306.
Dear Cubberley Families,
The staff parking lot is for staff member parking only. In order to ensure student safety, students should not be dropped off or picked up in or in front of the staff lot.
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Please join us at 5:30pm in the library on Thursday, November 17th for the first session of this year’s Cubberley Parent Education Series (CPES) on Social Media: Kids & Teens And Online Safety. Do you ever feel like your kids know more about technology than you do? Or that you’re not quite sure what the apps on their phones, tablets, and computers do? You’re not alone! In this one hour session, we’ll explore and discuss tools and strategies for helping kids engage in social media in ways that are safe, respectful, and fun. We’ll offer practical tips, tools, and strategies for how to set and maintain safe boundaries for online activities, as well as ways to nurture strong family communication and help kids responsibly engaging in online communities via social media.
Conveniently, each CPES session this year will be right before the PTA meeting, to help busy parents make the most of their on-campus time. Light refreshments will be served at the CPES meeting. In addition, pizza and drinks will be offered at the PTA meeting.
Please RSVP your interest in attending Social Media: Kids & Teens And Online Safety to Leah Macpherson at email@example.com. Each CPES session is created for parents, but kids and teens are always welcome to attend. We look forward to seeing you and exploring issues that are important to Cubberely families.
Parent & Family Educator
This month's character pillar is RESPECT. Cubs are encouraged to:
Treat others with respect; be tolerant and accepting of differences; use good manners, not bad language; be considerate of the feelings of others; don't threaten, hit, or hurt anyone; deal peacefully with anger, insults, and disagreements.
Please discuss respect with your children this month.
Let's all work on being more respectful toward each other.
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September 21, 2016
I am pleased to invite students in grades 8-12 who reside or attend schools located in the 47th Congressional district to participate in the Congressional Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academic Competition, “The House STEM App Challenge.” It is designed to engage student’s creativity and encourage their participation in STEM education fields.
This competition is a nationwide event that allows students from across the country to compete by creating and exhibiting their software application, or “app,” for mobile, tablet or computer devices on a platform of their choice. Students must provide a 3-minute video demo explaining their app and what they learned through the process.
The App Challenge registration for entries has officially begun and will be closed November 2, 2016 at 9:00 AM PST. The submitted apps will be judged by an appointed panel of individuals within the academic, software and entrepreneurial fields. Eligibility and registration details on the STEM Challenge are available on Congressional App Challenge website: http://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/
Our winning student’s app will be featured on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website (www.House.gov) and on display in an exhibit in the U.S. Capitol.
I hope your students will participate in this exciting event. I look forward to seeing the apps they create. For any questions, please feel free to contact Helene Ansel in my District Office at (562) 436-3828 or via email at Helene.Ansel@mail.house.gov
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