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Red Ribbon Week Activity: Dress as your dream job! (left to right- Lawyer, Police officer, Laker, Hair Stylist)

Red Ribbon Week Activity: Your Drug-Free Journey can take you to college! Wear college colors or a college shirt!

Red Ribbon Week Activity: Wear something that represents your culture!

Parent/Community Art Night: Paint Your Own Pumpkin 

Parent/Community Art Night: Paint Your Own Pumpkin 

Parent/Community Art Night: Paint Your Own Pumpkin 

Parent/Community Art Night: Paint Your Own Pumpkin 

Dolphin Dollar Book Sale! Students trade in Dolphin Dollars for books to take home!

Student Awards at Garvey Intermediate School

Mobile Dairy Classroom School Visit!

A baby dairy cow!

International Day: 4th Grade Performance

International Day Performance

International Day: Kindergarten Performance

International Day: 2nd Grade Performance

San Gabriel Public Works Day

San Gabriel Public Works Day

San Gabriel Public Works Day

San Gabriel Public Works Day

San Gabriel Public Works Day

San Gabriel Public Works Day

San Gabriel Public Works Day

Valentines Day Gram Delivery!

The Great Kindness Challenge

The Great Kindness Challenge 2018

Friends!

Meet Duey the Dolphin!! Our school mascot!

Friends!

All smiles!

Assembly Day!

Sports Day!

A special visit from Officer Puente and Bentley, a friendly police dog!

Team day!

Google Expeditions

Special visitors at school!

Having fun with Google Expeditions 

Halloween Costume Contest Judges!

Welcome back to school! 

Recess time!

Dewey Ave. School

Friends waiting in lunch line!

The Great Kindness Challenge 2018

Be Kind

Be Kind to Others and Yourself! 

News & Announcements

The Great Kindness Challenge

We are excited to announce that we are participating in The 2018 Great Kindness Challenge where we will join thousands of schools across the country to create a culture of kindness!
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School Info

More info coming soon.

Spotlight

This video was published by the US Department of Education in April 2018.

"As early as elementary school, students who miss just two school days each month are more likely to fall behind in reading, writing and math, even if the absences are excused. While some challenges to a child’s attendance are unavoidable, it’s important to understand the impact of each absence. A student is chronically absent if he or she misses only two days of school per month (18 days per year). Even one year of chronic absence can cause a child to fall behind academically and decrease a child’s chances of graduating from high school, which can have long-term consequences on their financial independence, physical well-being and mental health. Parents can prepare their children for a lifetime of success by making regular school attendance a priority and understanding the reasons for their child’s absences."
 
Play the video below.
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