Rose Drive Elementary School
4700 Rose Drive
Yorba Linda CA 92886
Office Hours 7:15 am - 4:15 pm
a regular and consistent flow of traffic; 3) open and close car doors to ensure students exit in a safe and efficient manner and of course; 4) bid parents a friendly farewell with a wave and a “Have a nice day!” Thank you to all six teams for your commitment to this important duty and for your smiles despite the early hours. You have outdone yourselves through the cold, heat, wind, and even rain and we commend you. Our six teams include: Kings and Queens (Team 1); Blue Thunder (Team 2); Red Lightning (Team 3); Leopards (Team 4); Radiant Roadrunners (Team 5), and Cool Coyotes (Team 6). Go Roadrunner Valet Teams!
Important Calendar Dates
May 6-17 STAR Testing
May 13 5th Grade Strings Concert
Valencia High School 6:00 pm
May 8 Restaurant Fundraiser Night 4-9 pm
May 21 PTA Meeting 12:30
May 23 5th Grade Science Field Trip to Crystal Cove State Park
May 24 Talent Show Tryout during both lunches
May 27 Memorial Day No School
May 30 Family Science Night and Rose Drive Science Fair 5-7 pm
June 4 SSC Meeting Room 42
June 7 Minimum Day 12:45 Release
Pre-Talent Show Event 4:00 - 6:00
Talent Show 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
June 10 4th Grade Field Trip
June 13 Last Day of School - 12:00 noon Release
On any given morning before school starts you will find one of our six valet teams, consisting of responsible and enthusiastic 4th and 5th graders, greeting and waving cars forward in the Rose Drive parking lot. Their role is an important one, requiring them to: 1) greet parents and students as they arrive with a smile; 2) ensure cars pull ALL the way forward so as to keep
Brian Morales - Help Save the Earth
How proud we are of 1st grader, Brian Morales, for winning second place amongst all first graders across the state in Senator Barbara Boxer’s “Help Save the Earth” poster contest. Brian is a first grade student in Mrs. Daune Abadie’s class with an obvious flair for artistic expression. The contest was developed with the intention of encouraging students to think about the many ways we can work together to make our world a cleaner and healthier place, while allowing them an outlet to express their ideas on how we can protect and improve our environment. One Friday, May 3rd, Rose Drive was visited by a representative from Senator Barbara Boxer’s office, Mr. Maurice Lyles, who presented Brian with a gift card, a certificate, and a letter signed by Senator Boxer herself. We were also honored with a visit from Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Robert Kent, who, along with Mr. Lyles congratulated our winner. Brian’s winning message and picture depicted people around the world using electric cars, scooters, and bikes as well as walking whenever possible to reduce pollution and protect our beautiful earth. You are encouraged to visit Senator Boxers’ website at: http://www.boxer.senate.gov/ to view Brian’s winning poster and strong message. Thanks to Brian, all students in Mrs. Abadie’s class who participated in the concert also received a certificate of appreciation for their efforts. These, too, were presented by Mr. Lyles and Mr. Kent. Way to go Brian!