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Maya Lin School
825 Taylor Ave.
Alameda, CA 94501
Call: 510.748.4007
Fax: 510.523.8798

Ms. Judith Goodwin
Principal

jgoodwin@alameda.k12.ca.us

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"Maya Lin students are creative, smart, critical thinkers who love art and know they can do anything."

 

Ms. Moore's Postcard Project

A note from Constance Moore, our Artist-in-Residence:

 

We've started the Postcard Project to say thank you to three volunteer organizations that help during and after a disaster. While there are many places being affected by natural disasters I decided to focus on just three places: Puerto Rico, Houston and Napa/Santa Rosa. I selected three volunteer organizations: Registered Nurses Response Network, the Food Bank of Houston, and the East Bay SPCA.  Of course we are grateful for first responders like fire fighters but I wanted to shed light on some of the different ways people help each other. I shared a bit about what each organization does, then students in 1st through 5th grades picked one group of helpers to thank. On a postcard students wrote a thank you note and painted a healing picture for the volunteer helper group they chose.

The response from students has been very positive. Each organization is getting lost of postcards with sweet notes of thanks, and of course, beautiful art. I'll send the postcards next week.

Many THANKS to Maya Lin PTA for their support for this project.

To learn more about each organization you can check out the following links:

East Bay SPCA

http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/10/12/disparate-determined-groups-saving-the-cats-dogs-rats-lizards-and-alpacas-of-wine-country/

http://www.sfgate.com/local/article/Animal-rescue-Hurricane-Harvey-Bay-Area-Houston-12207559.php


Registered Nurses Response Network

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/18/health/puerto-rico-one-month-without-water/index.html

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/10/03/bay-area-nurses-heading-to-puerto-rico-to-assist-in-hurricane-relief-effort/


The Houston Food Bank

http://www.khou.com/weather/harvey-help/friday-marks-d-snap-deadline-for-harvey-victims/481158215

http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/26/us/hurricane-harvey-landfall/index.html

MAYA LIN SCHOOL is an arts integrated, inquiry-based magnet school that allows students the freedom to explore beyond the standards-based curriculum. In a safe, nurturing environment we foster smart, critical thinking kids who love art and know they can do anything.
Our program features:

  • Arts Integration- Inquiry Learning
  • Looping (Classes stay together with their teacher in the following years K/1, 2/3, 4/5)
  • Class size 25 to 1 K-5th Grade
  • Spanish Instruction
  • After School Art and Culture Enrichment Programs

Our Mission is to embrace 21st century learning and the involvement of our community in building a dynamic school environment. We acknowledge learning is a lifelong process and support ongoing professional development and collaboration for all members of the school community.

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Book Recommendation


Aaron Reynolds' picture book follows Jasper Rabbit, who loves carrots more than anything...until they start following him!  This noir-style tale is perfect for the season!  All ages.

Resources for Immigrant Families

 

Please visit this page for information about AUSD's Safe Haven Resolution, the City's Sanctuary City proclamation, and other resources about the status of immigrant families in our school district and community.

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