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Dear Palomares Parents and Students,

Friday Flag Report for March 21st, 2014

Every day at Palomares students can be Caught Being Good when they are doing something that goes above and beyond normal school expectations. On Friday of each week, one student who gets “caught” will be randomly drawn from each grade level. These students will get to have a picnic with the principal and their picture will be put up on the Palomares school bulletin board for everyone on campus to see.

Look who got Caught Being Good this week!


Natalie S. was caught for her determination to learn. She practiced her rhyming at home!

Jason A. was caught for doing an outstanding job in class.

Antonio F. was caught for throwing away trash at lunch.



Kindergarten- Lucy B.

Grade 1- Kurtis M. & Tony P.

Grade 2- Lucas P., Madison G. & Ariadna E.

Grade 3- Hope S.

Grade 4- Danny R.

Grade 5- Samuel L.


March 24-28:  Scholastic Book Fair

March 27:        Open House - 6:30- 8:00 p.m.

March 28: Report Cards Go Home



Learning from Mistakes:  Positive Thinking


Hello, Palomares Families and Friends. This is Emma S. with a few words of wisdom.


You’ve heard the saying, Every cloud has a silver lining.

In other words, behind every problem is something good, but sometimes we have to take a good, hard look behind, around, and over the dark cloud in order to see what good might come out of a bad situation.

William Saroyan, American author, says:

Good people are good because they’ve come to wisdom through failure.”

In other words, good people are good because they learn something from their mistakes. They let each failure and each mistake be an opportunity to learn and grow. Today, keep a positive attitude and look for the good, even in bad situations.


With something to think about, this is Emma S.  Make it a great day…or not. The choice is yours!


April 7-11:       Spring Parent/Teacher Conferences- (Early Release M-TH 1:50 p.m.