Robin K. Pang-Maganaris
Important Dates at a Glance
January 30 -- Last Day to log reading for Reading Power Marathon.
February 3 -- School Site Council at 2:45 in Staff Room. All are invited.
February 6 -- Reading Power Marathon pledge sheets DUE.
February 16 - 20 -- Winter Break. School is closed.
Reading Power Information
All children are challenged to read 1,000 minutes during Reading Power and find 10 people who will celebrate their reading with a $5 donation!
Rockets will be tallied by volunteers at the lunch tables on 1/21, 1/23, 1/26, 1/28, 1/29 and 1/30 between 8:00 a.m. and 8:20 a.m. Please bring your logs tallied to make it easier for our volunteers. If you are able to help tally, please do help!
Due to a volunteer shortage, rockets will only be given out at 100, 300 and 700 minutes. Gold stars will be awarded for 500, 1000, and 1,500 minutes.
Last day to log reading onto tally sheet is 1/30.
Reading packets with reading logs, pledge sheet and money due on 2/6.
For pledge sheets and reading logs, click on this link here: http://schoolforce.org/reading-power/
School Site Council Agenda -- 02.03.2015
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Wednesday Letter 01.28.2015
New Student Online Enrollment Info Night (Video)
View the presentation provided during our Info Night for New Student Online Enrollment in 2015-2016, . The video can be viewed here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLhoISsiNzw
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6th Grade School Choice
Parent Night Video:
View the presentation provided for our Parent Education Night regarding Nesbit 6th Grade for 2015-2016, and the Nesbit and Ralston Middle School Programs. The video can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/9HB... Continue
A quaint school with a bright future opened its doors in 1953 with only five classrooms and almost 200 students. On January 28, 1954, this school was named after Mrs. Mae Nesbit. Mrs. Nesbit came to Belmont in 1932 as a teaching principal. She then became a supervising principal and in 1942 she was appointed superintendent of Belmont Elementary School, now Nesbit.
In 1996, Nesbit received its first California Distinguished School Award.
In 2004, Nesbit celebrated its 50th birthday.
In 2008, Nesbit was honored for a second time with a California Distinguished School Award.
In 2014, Nesbit was honored for a third time with a California Distinguished Schools Award.
Nesbit has come a long way since it first opened its doors. There are now over 450 students in special education pre-school, TK, K-5 and SDC classes, as well as, 45 staff members who call Nesbit Elementary School their home.
Nesbit's Mission and Values
Nesbit School seeks to create a safe, nurturing and respectful learning environment where diversity is valued. To achieve this vision, Nesbit students, parents, and staff work collaboratively to help students acquire a solid academic foundation, build strong character, resolve conflicts, develop confidence, set and achieve challenging goals, communicate effectively, and develop a love of learning. Nesbit Elementary School is committed to equipping our students with the tools they need for academic, personal and social achievement.
2014 California Distinguished School
Achieved in 1996, 2008 and 2014.