Saturday School - Attendance Recovery
Saturday School - Attendance Recovery
April 29
May 20

If your child has an absence, it may be cleared by having them attend Saturday School. Saturday School is used at our school only for attendance recovery and is taught by one of our credentialed teachers. You do not need to call ahead to let us know that your child is coming...just show up at 8 am on one of the dates above. Send a snack for your child and be sure to pick them up promptly at 12 Noon. Questions? Call Kathy Estopinal, 909-790-8521 x5711.


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  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
  • Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Police Dogs Visit Wildwood
    Lt. Kumanski, City of Montclair Police Officer worked with Principal Hudec to set up a Search and Rescue Dog assembly for students. Participating personnel also included: SB County Sheriff Deputy A. Higuera and his search dog “Raider”; City of Montclair Police Officer B. Martin and his search dog, “Bo”; and SB Search and Rescue Volunteer and Veterinarian, M. Machen and her SB Search and Rescue Dog “Dillon.”

    The dogs are all trained to Track and Trail in a scent specific manner. Some consider tracking to be all ground scenting and trailing to be a combination of ground and air scenting. Tracking-Trailing for the dogs is following the path taken by a specific person. The San Bernardino County Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team uses Tracking-Trailing to indicate the direction of travel so that SAR resources can be put into the field in a specific direction rather than having the dogs canvass an entire area in all directions.

    All 700 students received information about the Search and Rescue (SAR) Search Dog Team in an up close and personal assembly that was presented in small groups in the morning. The students learned about how the dogs are selected, named, trained, fed, socialized, and how they conduct a search and rescue. This assembly wove into the core curriculum in the area of social studies and community helpers. Many students are now excited about possible careers in law enforcement, veterinary science, and working with search and rescue.
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