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Noemi DavilaDear Mission Academy Family,

Greetings! A hearty welcome goes out to our new students and a warm hello to those returning.  I hope your summer has gone well and that everyone is ready to begin on Monday, August 12, 2019. The staff and I have had a great week of planning and preparations as a team.  We had an awesome turn out at Meet the Teacher, and are excited to get to know our students and families even more as the year progresses.

We are proud that you have entrusted your child’s education to us.  We want all students to achieve success this year through a strong partnership between the school and home.  It is my firm belief that parents are a child’s first and most important teacher in life.  They cannot achieve their full potential without you supporting them on a daily basis.  You can do this by ensuring that your child comes to school every day, encouraging reading (or read to them) every night, monitoring progress in homework and class work, and asking your child to share with you what was learned that day. With your cooperation, dedication commitment and support, we will work as a team to help your child have a successful year.  

You may be wondering how you can get involved here at school. Parents wishing to volunteer can contact their classroom teacher or Ms. Perez, our Parent Family Liaison.  Joining and being active in the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is also a good way for you to support not only your own child, but all students and staff at Mission Academy.  You will hear more from our PTA in the early weeks of school and throughout the school year.  It is my hope to see a very active PTA this year where students will see parents modeling the Mission Academy PROWL actions (Pride, Respect, Ownership Work Hard and Lead by example).  Parent volunteers are important resources to our school and volunteerism shows students the importance of participating in the larger community.  An active PTA and volunteers are a win-win situation for all involved.  The teachers benefit from the help offered, parents are more aware of the day to day activities of their child, and students see that we work as a team to create success.   

The school will be open at 7:20 to welcome students. Breakfast will be available for all student from 7:20-8:00 a.m.  Students in PK-1st grades will sit outside their classrooms to wait for their teachers to arrive and will eat breakfast within the classroom every morning.

The Mission Academy staff and I are privileged to be partners with you this year.  We thank you for your support and committed dedication to your child’s education.

Noemi Davila, Principal
Mission Academy


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