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Allison School

4315 Don Julio Blvd

North Highlands, CA

95660

916-566-1810

Fax:  916-566-1811

Office Hours:

7:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

 

School Hours:

M, T, TH, Fri

7:45 a.m.- 2:27 p.m.

(SDC - 2:22)

 

Early Out Wednesdays

7:45 a.m.- 12:27 p.m.

(SDC - 12:22)

 

Minimum Day - Dismissal: 12:57

Shortened Day - Dismissal: 1:27

Parent/Student Handbook

Breakfast: 7:15 am - 7:40am

Breakfast: 7:15 am - 7:40am

August Breakfast/Lunch Schedule

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Launchpad

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SWUNMATH Parent Connection

Click Here

SWUN Math is our supplemental math curriculum. Click on the link to access SWUN Math material.

Journeys-New Language Arts Program

Go Math Games

Khan Academy-Check This Out!

Click Here

 

This is a great resource for help with math.

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TRUSD Mission

Twin Rivers Mission and Vision:

Mission: To inspire each student to

extraordinary achievement every day.

Vision: An unwavering focus on

powerful and engaging learning

experiences that prepare students for

college, career and life success. 

TWIN RIVERS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

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What's Happening Around Allison?

 Allison School Mission Statement: At Allison School, we believe that all students can learn and grow to be responsible in a safe and respectful environment. Our mission is to inspire each student to extraordinary achievement every day.

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What's Going On?

News

8/17/17

On Monday, Aug. 21 our region will experience a partial solar eclipse which will peak at 10:17 a.m. Although this is a spectacular event to witness, safety for you and our students is of paramount importance. Looking at the sun for any length of time without protection can result in permanent damage to your eyes. The only safe way to look directly at the sun or partially eclipsed sun is through special-purpose solar filters, such as "eclipse glasses" or handheld solar viewers. Homemade filters or ordinary sunglasses, even very dark ones, are not safe for looking at the sun; they transmit thousands of times too much sunlight.

 

Please view NASA's flyer regarding the eclipse for more viewing and safety tips. 

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