Folsom Cordova GATE Department is pleased to offer Summer Enrichment Week; a fun and unique learning experience for GATE and high achieving students going into grades 3-8! We ask for a donation of $75 for the week as this program is self-sufficient. Donations are due by check with the registration and emergency forms. This program is contingent upon an adequate amount of parent donations. Sibling discounts and some scholarships may be offered. GATE identified students will be given first priority and others will be considered based on available space.
Please complete the attached registration and emergency forms and select from available classes for this year’s Enrichment Week. Enrollment is limited - don’t delay completing your forms! Your forms and donation must be submitted by May 10th.
Students will not be enrolled until forms and donations are received.
Please mail your registration/emergency forms and donation to:
Educational Services Center
Attn: GATE Enrichment Week
1965 Birkmont Drive
Click on the link below for more information and registration and emergency forms:
VISITORS Visitors are welcome at Cordova Meadows School. There are times, however, when visiting a classroom is not appropriate. All visitors must check in at the school office and will be issued a visitors pass. (Penal Code 627-627.11) If you would like a conference with a teacher, please call and schedule a time that is convenient for both you and the teacher.
CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS Classroom visitation/observations need to be scheduled with the classroom teacher prior to the date of arrival. These occurrences need to be discussed with the teacher and/or principal based on educational needs or clarification. Please note that visits/observations are limited to only 15 minutes. Beyond that time limit requires appropriate volunteer paperwork, TB, and fingerprinting clearance.
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