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Parent Teacher Conference

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Parent Teacher Conferences officially start on Friday, November 22nd with a minimum day schedule of:

  • 1st-3rd Graders dismissed @ 1:40PM
  • 4th-6th Graders dismissed @ 1:47 PM

Conferences will resume December 6th-13th.

Please refer to the letter teachers will be sending home for schedule and appointments.

Pony Express @ the Kings Game

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Pony Express @ the Kings Game

Thank you to the Sacramento Kings community for showering Pony Express with love.

It was a great night watching the Sacramento Kings neat Melbourne United last Wednesday, October 16.

STRIDE Running Program Kicks-off on Monday, Oct 14!

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Pony Express Elementary is proud to participate in the Sacramento City Unified School District’s STRIDE Running Program.  This project is in collaboration with the Sacramento Running Association (SRA) with the objective of getting our children exposed to a healthy lifestyle by running!

Please encourage your children to participate.

From the SRA’s STRIDE website: 

2019-20 Shopping to Educate Program

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PONY EXPRESS ELEMENTARY is part of the 2019-2020 Shopping to Educate Program.

You can help PONY EXPRESS ELEMENTARY raise money for items needed but unfortunately not budgeted for. Program runs August 1, 2019 – May 1, 2020.

Shopping at Lake Crest Village or Loehmanns Plaza? ANY STORE RECEIPT from anyone of the two shopping centers goes toward our school yearlong fundraiser “Shopping to Educate,” that includes store receipts from Starbucks, Nugget, Burger King, Marshalls, Rite Aid just to name a few stores.  

Pony Express, The Best in the West!

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Thanks to the hard work of Pony PTA, Pony Express parents, and students, we now have a great new art piece.

Come check out the Great Fence Art at Pony Express Elementary.

Pony Families you did a great job helping make this become reality. Way to go!!

Return & Complete Forms From 1st Day Packet

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Your student will bring home a folder with several forms that need to be filled out and returned to school.

These include: the emergency cards, free and reduced lunch forms, library agreement and internet usage agreement.

Our district receives significantly more money for students who need extra resources: low-income students, foster youth and English language learners.