We’re inviting everyone to our final PTA general meeting on Tuesday, May 26 at 6pm.
We are also going to elect the School Year 2020-21 PTA Board Officers. If you are interested to volunteer as a Board Officer, please email us at email@example.com.
Positions open for election : PTA President PTA Treasurer PTA Secretary
Position Description available at https://capta.org/pta-leaders/run-your-pta/job-descriptions/
If you are interested to enroll or have already enrolled at Sutter Middle School, information is now available at their website.
Elective course selection sheet is now available here. The rest of the 7th Grade Packet will eventually be posted online.
Mark your calendars for the 7th Grade Orientation tentatively scheduled for Monday, August 31st.
Don’t play an instrument?? No worries!!
This is the perfect opportunity for 6th Graders to check out the awesome music program Sam Brannan Middle School has to offer! Check out the website and discover all the great opportunities you have in music.
Mr. Jeremy Hammond will teach and lead both beginning band and advanced band. There are even some cool after school offerings such as drum line, color guard, and jazz band.
Please take the SCUSD School Climate survey to inform how our district and our schools are meeting the needs of our families and students. Deadline to complete this school climate survey is March 6, 2020.
The district surveys families every year for their opinion on issues such as safety and feelings of connectedness to school. We hope you will share your opinion every year, and complete one survey for every school that your students attend.
Is your child missing a sweater, jacket, or lunch bag?
Feel free to come check out the School Lost & Found at the Cafeteria
We moved up to 3rd Place!
Thank you everyone who has helped us by submitting receipts from Lake Crest Village (nearest our school!) and Loehmanns Plaza.
Don’t forget that for the entire month of November, every purchase is triple points. Start your Christmas shopping early!
Every single one counts!
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.
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:
The success of our Harvest Festival depends on your help!
Parents please indicate your child’s Grade and Teacher’s name.
High School Students needing Volunteer hours are most welcome. Please enter “FALL” in Grade/Teacher field if you are a High School Student .
Questions? Contact Victoria or Shafia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Sign-up here.
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 would like to thank Dignity Health Methodist Hospital to donate stainless steel thermal water bottles and S&D Custom Stone and Tile Inc. for soccer cleats for the players in need.
Thank you very much for always supporting our school!
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!!
School begins on Thursday, August 29th and will have an early dismissal for Grades 1st – 6th at 2:07pm.
Please check the Bell Schedule for School Year 2019-20.
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.
Did you know that we have an amazing garden in our school? All thanks to the collective efforts of our teachers, students and parents.
A big portion of our student body walks to and from school. We need to make sure our children are 100% safe when they are crossing the streets. We also need to assist parents and guardians and keep the traffic flowing smoothly when they are dropping off and picking up their loved ones.
Our school needs volunteer crossing guards to make this happen. Will you be able to help and spare about 30 minutes of your time in the morning and/or in the afternoon?