Entry Plan for Superintendent PK Diffenbaugh
Breakfast For Your Brain Tutoring
Breakfast For Your Brain-Spanish and English
Important School Information
7:30 AM Breakfast open in the cafeteria.
Supervision on the playgrounds begin at 7:50 AM. All students and parents please go to the cafeteria prior to 7:50.
8:00 AM School starts.
Anytime you come onto the school site you are required to sign in at the office and put on a Visitor student Badge. Visitation procedures are posted on all our hallway doors. These hallway doors will remain locked—hallways are for staff and student use only. These procedures are in place to help ensure a safe school site.
District Statement About School Safety
At MPUSD, the health and safety of our students and staff is our utmost priority. Over the past year we have taken the following preventive measures to help safeguard our schools:
·Established close working relationships with the fire and police departments in all our communities to understand our role and responsibilities in handling emergency situations.
·Committed funds to place school resource officers on our campuses
· Held Community Safety Meetings with the Police Chiefs of Marina, Seaside and Monterey
·Trained administrators and staff to handle emergency situations and communications
·Updated crisis management plans and practiced safety drills, intruder alerts and lockdowns
·Installed security fencing, and obtained a Secure our Schools Planning and Implementation Grant ($275,000)
·Purchased emergency communications systems for all district sites
·Contracted Canine Inspection Services to monitor our schools
·Implemented ParentLink mobile communications application to increase instant communication
·Increased and promoted the availability of mental health resources to students and families
·Created an anonymous Tip Line for reporting safety issues or concerns on the MPUSD website, school webpages and via ParentLink mobile communications application
·Instituted an emergency communication protocol to keep Parents informed using three methods of communication (web posting, letter home, and instant messaging via ParentLink)
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Information for the 2013-14 School Year
J.C. Crumpton Photos
Roadrunner Soccer 2014-15
Crumpton's 2014-15 Soccer Team Photos-Coming Soon
Class Supply Lists
Please see the flyers below for the supply list.
From the Principal's Desk...
As the new Crumpton Principal I want to welcome all of you to the 2014-2015 school year! Summer has come and gone and we must now move forward with many exciting changes to follow. We have been very busy throughout our campus this summer with upgrades to our facilities. Everything is progressing smoothly to a great opening of school on Wednesday, August 6, 2014.
I feel privileged to have the opportunity to work with our highly qualified and dedicated staff, wonderful students, and supportive parents. This will be my first year as Principal of Crumpton Elementary, and I am thrilled at the opportunity to get to know all of you and engage in the educational process together.
This school year, our teachers will be focusing on the arrival of the Common Core Standards. They will be attending Professional Development trainings and will be prepared to implement many new strategies to differentiate the instruction for all of our student’s needs. Our teachers have been working hard in preparing their classrooms and lesson plans that promise to make for another exciting and productive year at Crumpton. We give many thanks to our site custodian, Mr. Greene and the District’s entire maintenance crew who have been working diligently to prepare our campus for the start of the new school year. All we await for now, is our fabulous Roadrunner students.
Research shows that parental involvement in a child’s education benefits the child. These benefits are higher levels of academic achievement, positive attitudes, and greater maturity and responsibility. Because the benefits are so solid, I urge you to take part as much as possible in the life of our school. It does take an entire village to raise a child. Your assistance as a volunteer would be extremely valuable to our students. Consider becoming a school volunteer. There are many areas where your help would be appreciated.
I’d like to invite you to soon visit our school’s website. This will serve as a resource tool for all upcoming events, classroom information, important reminders and you can catch up with our monthly newsletter.
Please know that I am available to meet with you in person or talk to you over the telephone to discuss any concerns you may have. As the instructional leader of this campus I am responsible for all decisions made in the best interest of your children. I look forward to a great year and to meeting all our returning and new children and their families.
MPUSD Student Bullying Survey
Dear Crumpton Parents,
Please take a few minutes to help your students complete the Student Bullying Survey. This survey is anonymous.
Bullying Survey For Students. Parents-Please take a moment to fill out with your student-Thank You
Important School Information-Attendance
Exposure to Instruction = Academic Success
Absenteeism = Academic Deficiency and Lost School Revenue
Help us help your children succeed. Being on time to school is important. Our students can’t learn to their potential if they have an inconsistent arrival time to school, or if they are absent from our instruction. As parents we want the very best for our children. Building good habits, meeting responsibilities, taking advantage of learning, all play a role in creating success at school.
At Crumpton, about 95% of our students come to school every day. That is one full percent lower than the state average. In the three months to start the school year Crumpton lost over $35,000 in revenue from absenteeism —we get revenue from attendance. It’s called Average Daily Attendance.
Support your children’s learning and support Crumpton--be at school and be on time. Take advantage of our holiday breaks to be with friends and family. Be in school on scheduled school days.
School Climate and Bullying Survey
Please take the survey to help us improve our school environment, communication and academic rigor our students experience.
Bullying Survey-Primary Students: http://research.zarca.com/k/RQsQPXPRsWsPsPsP
Bullying Survey-Secondary Students: http://research.zarca.com/k/RQsQPXPRsXsPsPsP
Bullying Survey-Staff: http://research.zarca.com/k/RQsQPXPRsYsPsPsP
API Score Goes Up 26 Points!
Congratulations To Crumpton Staff And Students!!
Welcome to Crumpton
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MPUSD Dress Code
Part of having a safe and effective learning environment means dressing appropriately for school—at Crumpton we dress for school success! Please read our new dress code requirements for students. You’ll find a one page copy in your first day packet and also a longer version in the MPUSD News Letter (pg.8) in the packet. Of special note is our new hat and cap policy. Only hats and caps that are Crumpton Spirit Wear are allowed on the school site.
PTA & School Site Council
I also encourage you to be an active part of our Crumpton community. Join our PTA, volunteer in your child’s classroom and on the school site—by working together we strengthen our school and improve student learning. If you want to play a more structured role at Crumpton join our School Site Council to help us review our policies and support the operations of the school. Please contact me if interested in our School Site Council.
Accelerated Reader Book Lists
Click here to see the books that your child may check out in our school Library. Mrs. Kuwatani runs our Library, and is always available if you have any questions.
The YMCA School Age Child Care program at J.C. Crumpton is currently accepting registrations for the 2012-2013 school year.
YMCA Flyer-Click Here
New! Remember, you can now translate all of our pages simply by clicking on the "Translate" button in the top right hand section of our website!