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Sycamore Elementary

    Welcome to Sycamore Elementary!

    Resources

    Distinguished School
    Immigration Resources

    Claremont Unified School District is committed to providing a safe space for learning for each and every student, regardless of immigration status. click here for information

    Additional information can be found at this website: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

    For information regarding DACA, please click here:  https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

    Happenings

    Daily Schedule

     

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

    7:45    Breakfast is available

    8:00    Playground supervision begins

    8:10    Welcome Bell

    8:15    Tardy Bell

    9:55  Morning Recess (ends @ 10:15)

    11:50  Kindergarten dismissal

    11:55  Primary Grade Recess

    12:07  Upper Grade Recess

    12:20  Primary Lunch

    12:30  Upper Grade Lunch

    12:45  Primary Lunch ends

    12:53  Upper Grade Lunch ends

    2:43    Primary Dismissal

    3:00    Upper Grade Dismissal

     

    Modified Wednesdays/Minimum Days:

    1:00   Primary and Upper Grades dismiss

     

    Conference Days:

    Schedules the same as above, except:

      Primary classes dismiss at 12:56.

      Upper Grade classes dismiss at 12:59.

     

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    Recursos Immigración

    Claremont Unified School District se compromete a proveer un lugar seguro para la educación de todos y cada uno de sus estudiantes, independientemente de sus condiciones migratorias. Para información haga click aquí

    Puede obtener más información en el sitio web: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

    Para mas informacion acerca de DACA:  https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

    Spotlight

    Our School

    About Us

    Sycamore Elementary School, founded as Claremont Grammar School in 1890, is home to approximately 380 students in grades kindergarten through six.  Ninety-nine percent of our students reside within the boundaries of CUSD; however, a strong percentage of families are students who transfer from within the city.  These families cite the unique nature of our multi-age, constructivist-based educational program as the reason for their decision.

    Learning is student centered at Sycamore Elementary School.  Respect for each child as a learner is the foundation of our instructional activities and curricular decisions. Within our multi-age environment, leadership and collaboration is promoted.  We encourage students to solve problems in a variety of ways, to influence and reflect upon their learning, and to apply their learning to real-world scenarios.  At Sycamore, we intend to respond to the unique needs of each student by differentiating instruction and providing teaching strategies based upon the multiple intelligences.