What's Up Wildcats?

  • Wildcats Go Green!

    In the past 33 days 1,734 items have been shared in our Share Cart. (These items prior would have ended up in Landfill) - AND - StopWaste has provided us an additional refrigerator for any food that is not eaten from the Share Cart to be provided to local families in need. Wow!

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  • State Testing

    Wildcat Parents~ Standardized State Testing starts soon for Grades 3rd - 5th! It’s almost that time again – standardized testing is right around the corner. You play an important part in helping students give their best performance on this important test. As you know, we have been busy preparing and reinforcing the skills necessary for students to demonstrate their learning. Even though this assessment is a snapshot—one single perspective – it is important that our students have every advantage to do their very best. The students have taken several practice tests and are well prepared.

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  • ACE RECEIVES A $5K PROJECT LEAD THE WAY GRANT

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  • ACE HONORED AS CA GREEN RIBBON SCHOOL 2019

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  • The Waste Stops Here at Altamont Creek Elementary

    Through the commitment of ACE students and science teacher Fenna Gatty, Altamont Creek has paved the way for the LVJUSD to partner with StopWaste, a public agency dedicated to reducing waste and increasing efficiency in resource management. Their efforts represent the students’ commitment to improving their school, as well as how they are leveraging their education, energy, and natural curiosity to make real-world changes.

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  • Kindness Spirit Week

    ACE is proudly participating for the 2nd year in this proactive and positive kindness initiative. Click for more information.

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  • Super Saturday 2019 a Great Day for Friends and Football

    Dads from Altamont Creek and Croce elementary schools hit the gridiron on Saturday, February 2, 2019 to compete in the 11th Annual Super Saturday flag football game. While Altamont Creek ultimately grabbed the win with a score of 14-6, the dads of students from each school competed fiercely for the traveling trophy and bragging rights.

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  • Black History Month

    February is Black History. Click for more information about how the Wildcats are recognizing the achievements of Black Americans.

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  • New Family Campus Tours

    Welcome to Altamont Creek! We encourage new families to tour our campus. We have tours available for new families on the following dates: 1/31 9:00AM 2/5 11:00AM 2/20 8:45AM. Go Wildcats!

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  • Wildcat Family Bingo Night 2/8

    Please join us for a night of family fun and B-I-N-G-O!

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  • 2/26 PTA Parent Night Out/Paint Night at Hop DeVine

    *Adult only event. Join us for an evening meeting new Wildcat parents, painting and raising money for our school!

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  • Choose Love at Home - For Families

    The Choose Love at Home program provides families with the emotional intelligence tools to model behaviors, set intentions, identify and manage emotions and to respond to every situation with love.

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  • Seeking 2019-2020 PTA Board Members

    It is almost time for our Spring PTA elections! We are looking for parents/grandparents/guardians to run for a PTA officer position for 2019-2020. Click for more information.

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  • Turn the Key~ Be Idle Free

    As parents, you can do your part to reduce students' exposure to air toxins emitted in the exhaust of idling vehicles by: Turning off your engine when waiting for students to be picked up. Turning off your engine when you arrive at school and when you expect to be parked for more than a minute. If idling is necessary for temperature control, please restrict it to no more than five minutes. We encourage you to eliminate unnecessary idling, not only at our schools but anywhere you are waiting for more than 30 seconds.

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  • Elf Jr. the Musical

    We are incredibly proud of the cast and crew of Elf Jr. the Musical. Check out the pics!

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  • Wildcats~ Leading Edge

    Altamont Creek Elementary is initiating a bold effort to maximize digital learning opportunities to prepare our Wildcats for THEIR future. Being future ready means that we are setting our students up to thrive in middle school, high school, college, a career, and as contributing citizens of a global society.

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  • Safety Reminders

    Keeping your children safe while at school is our school’s top priority. Click the link to get more information on how you can help us keep our Wildcats safe!

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  • Science Odyssey 2019

    Wildcats~ Wildcats~ The LVJUSD Science Odyssey is an annual science and engineering event for the whole family. Our LVJUSD students proudly display their experiments to the public. Judges evaluate the content on the display boards and interview the students about the experimental process and what the students learned throughout the process. The Science Odyssey is also a great opportunity for community members to volunteer and share their expertise as judges. https://ca50000061.schoolwires.net/Page/6428

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  • Diversity and Outreach

    If you have suggestions for the Cultural Diversity Committee, please email taderman@lvjusd.org and it will be forwarded to the Diverity & Outreach Committee. We would love to have more voices working together to enrich the lives of our Wildcats.

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  • Celebrating ALL of our Cultures

    Altamont Creek learned about Hindu New Year and celebrated Diwali! It is a festival of lights that celebrates the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. We held an assembly to learn about the holiday, lit Diyas, made rangolis and enjoyed a Bollywood Dance jam!

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