Third Quarter 2016-2017 Life Skill Awards

Think Kindness Shoe Drive

Mosher students collected over 800 pairs of shoes for children in need. The shoe drive was part of a school wide event including an assembly, Kindness Journals and students doing random acts of kindness at home and at school. 


"I'm glad I came to science camp because we got to explore nature. I will treat nature differently by helping my grandma water the plants in our garden."

"My favorite class activity was when we experimented on the creek to see if it was clean because we got to do a lot of different tests."

"My favorite activity was the night walk because it made me experience what it was like to try new things like walking in the dark alone even if you're a little scared."

"I'm glad I came to science camp because I got to hang out with friends, go hiking, and beat my fear of heights on the rock wall."

"After attending science camp, I will not pollute because if we do, we could ruin the whole ecosystem."

Kindergarten students learning Common Core math.

Transitional Kindergarten's We are FIVE celebration

Transitional Kindergarten's We are FIVE celebration

PTA Resources

Some important links from the California State PTA


Every Day Counts

We have many things in place at Mosher to encourage perfect attendance. 

Our motto is In school, On time, Every Day!


Mrs. Mueller’s class is celebrating their days of perfect attendance with a movie and popcorn having colored in all of the letters on their perfect attendance poster. 

In September, Mosher also participated in the Every Day Counts Attendance Challenge through the Beyond Our Community Gates Council led by University of the Pacific. Students that were in class, on time, every day in the month of September were entered into a drawing for prizes. During the 2014-2015 school year, Nico Alcaraz won a grand-prize family pack of tickets to the University of the Pacific's upcoming basketball double header, and some nice Pacific gear! 


 "Whether children develop the skills they need to become strong readers depends, in large part, on consistent school attendance. Kids who are absent for 10 percent or more of the school year - that's about 18 days - for any reason are less likely to read proficiently by the end of third grade."

University of the Pacific, Every Day Counts Program.

2016 SBA Scores

Mosher students worked hard and the school scores improved significantly from 2015; ELA 15% and math 14% increase in student proficiency! 

Today: 4/24/17

K-6 P.A.L.S.

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