Home of the Mighty Comets
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year! Our goal is to ensure that all our students receive a solid academic foundation that will propel them as they progress through middle and high school so that they can graduate from high school prepared for college and a career. Our teachers, administrators, other staff and volunteers devote countless hours each year to providing our students with a solid education in a nurturing environment.
We are proud of the programs we have that support students. We are especially excited about the new transition to the Common Core State standard plan to support the District's mission of preparing our students for college and career. Our teachers and administration are joining others from across the district to align our curriculum to the Common Core state standards so that our students receive the best education possible.
We encourage you to become an active member of our school community. Working together, our students can experience the highest quality education.
District Science Fair Winners-May 15, 2014, 2nd gr.:1st Place David Garner, 2nd Place Hannah Gastelum, 4th gr.: 2nd place Emerson Sandoval , We BELIEVED and you ACHIEVED!
TeamSoil BMX Spectacular, April 4, 2014 - Practice makes Perfect & Never ever give up! Go Diligent Comets!
Dress 4 Success
Promoting a Culture of College and Career Readiness
"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
Mark Twain held its 1st annual "Dress for Success" Day on Friday October 18, 2013. Students were encouraged to wear something that represented their future career choice or wore a yellow t-shirt for our Friday assembly.
Open Your Door to College
In continuing with our efforts to promote a culture of college and career readiness classrooms decorated their classroom doors in a college theme!
First place classrooms will receive a pizza party, second place will enjoy an ice cream party!
Congratulations to our winners and great job to all who participated!
EVENTS for Comets!
Los Angeles Clippers
Read to Achieve-Read-a-thon: October 28-December 06
The Los Angeles Clippers Read to Achieve Program is designed to promote the importance of literacy. The program's goal is to build a lifelong love of reading in young people by providing greater access to books and technology while encouraging families and adults to read regularly with young children.
Students will be reading and tracking their minutes on a daily reading log. Parents, we need your support! School visits by Clippers players, Community Kids Awards Ceremony tickets, game tickets, books, bookmarks, t-shirts and grants are incentives provided for the program.
DEA & CHP Red Ribbon Ceremony
Happy Halloween "Table or Treat " 2013
CST "350" Club Awards Ceremony
2014-2015 March News and Dates to Remember
NEWSLETTERS & CALENDAR