As a school community writing a statement on the tragedy of our
current events was not something that we took lightly because in
doing so, we understand that we have to put the weight and work
behind those words to better our practice and do the work
necessary for our community of learners.
We realize internet / Wi-Fi connectivity at home will be
essential to the distance learning experience. More information
for free and affordable internet service for our community can be
found at: Kids
Connect or https://internetessentials.com/
On April 10, 2019, our Locomotive community had the honor of
hosting Civil Rights icon Dolores Huerta on her 89th birthday!
Thank you to our amazing COMMUNITY for making this day possible,
and for our students who read powerful poetry and essays.
Thank you to all of our community partners for reading to our
students on Friday, March 1st for Read Across America Day! We
were honored to host Governor Newsom and the First
Partner, Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
Our school’s purpose can be narrowed to these beliefs, “We Lead,
We Innovate, We Empower and We Care”. It is through our
focus on caring that we’ve intentionally tried to design a
culture where all learners, families, staff and community members
feel safe, valued and supported. Our school community is
accepting of everyone and we strive to partner with families
and community organizations to continue to provide a safe
place for learning for all. #WeAreLocomotives