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 Notes from the Principal


Happy October!!  We are excited for our first behavior parent event on October 18.


At Palla, we have a positive behavior system in place. In order for our students to be successful here at Palla, they must learn how to behave in a school setting. Here at Palla we show our PAWS!!!


P – Practice Self-Control


A – Achieve Goals


W – Will be Respectful


S – Stay on Task


Everything we do here requires our students to show their PAWS! Attend our meeting to learn more about our behavior system and how to help your children.

Topics:             ·         What is PAWS?

  • Strategies To Help Parents
  • Getting Behavior in Shape at Home
  • Become a member of the PAWS team

Please attend our parent meeting:

When: Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Time: 9 a.m. in Room 48 or 5 pm in Cafeteria


We have recently been recognized for excellent positive behavior by the state and this year we are at GOLD status!!  We want to thank the students and staff for their hard work on showing their PAWS!! Go Bulldogs!

                                                                Mrs. Berumen     

ID's Required 

Please remember anyone visiting campus or picking up a student through the office must show a picture ID.  This is for the safety of all students.


Palla Parent Club


PTC Membership Drive ends Friday, October 13.   Membership is $5, and all money stays at Palla School.   By joining PTC you are not obligated to attend meetings, but we welcome all parents who are able to come or who would like to be involved.

We will have our Chuck E. Cheese fundraiser on October 19 from 3 – 9 p.m. Flyers will be sent home that week.

Our Parent Club meetings are normally the 3rd  Thursday of the month at 3:15 in the library.   All parents are welcome to attend.  Dates are subject to change.



The Latino Literacy Project


The Latino Literacy Project was created in response to our growing Latino communities and the need for effective literacy programs tailored to meet the needs of Latino parents and children.  Each family literacy program is designed to be an educational process that encourages critical reflection and dialogue by means of reading, writing and art projects.  The books, art and writing projects have been carefully chosen so as to reflect the social, cultural and linguistic knowledge of Latino families.  There are only 20 slots for families, beginning October 12, 2017 from 5:30-7:00pm.  Please contact Leticia Canales if you have any questions.



Kindergarten Registration:


Our Kindergarten Registration for next year begins on Thursday, March 29th at 9:00 a.m. in the cafeteria. Students who are 5 on or before September 1, 2017, will enroll in Kindergarten for the 2017/2018 school year. Students turning 5 between September 2nd and December 2, 2017, will be enrolled in Transitional Kindergarten for the 2017/2018 school year. Documentation required is - Birth Certificate, Immunization Record, Proof of Address (Utility Bill/Legal Document), Physical, and Dental Exam.