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2014-15 Activities

SHOWCASE NIGHT

EARTH DAY

CHARGER TRACK DEDICATION

DR. SEUSS DAY

NATIONAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST WEEK

On Monday, March 2nd Palmquist helped kick off "National School Breakfast Week" by making homemade smoothies! 

We appreciate all your support for making breakfast successful.

Thank you.

Nutrition Service Team

OCEANSIDE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR

Former Palmquist principal, Phyllis Morgan, was named this evening as Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Education Administrator of the Year.  Also recognized were staff members Charlene West (classified employee of the year) and Lisa Gill and Jeanne Joolingen (teachers of the year)!!  Congratulations to our hard working staff members.

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OCEANSIDER MAGAZINE FEATURES PALMQUIST

Once again, Palmquist is recognized as a leader in the sustainable crop program for schools.  Click here to read the full article in this month's magazine.

Red Ribbon Week Essay Winners

1st Scoggins – Anahi Morales              

1st Hook – Abby Ortega               

1st Fonseca – Serenity McNeil              

1st Nguyen – Delia Franzese 

       

1st/2nd Flanagan - Darshaun Evans

2nd McNaughton – Mireya Reyes  

2nd Casillas – Jett Bergthold          

2nd Keane - Bella Gobea       

2nd Cinque – Martina Griffin         

       

3rd Phillips – Matin Sadeghian                     

3rd Leste – Eva Mendez        

3rd Witkofsky – Evan Aldrich              

3rd Wagner – Aleena Perez                   

3rd Simmons – Elisabeth Aldape           

 

4th Cox – Avery McKay       

4th Joolingen – Katie Sjolund

4th Olavide – Casey Villanueva     

4th Reed   - Ariel Jaurequi-Bartels 

4th Smith – Garrett Gabaldon

 

5th Gilmore – Brody Dries                    

5th Gill – Keenan Davis

5th Billingsley – Logan Lipton 

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Red Ribbon Week

The message was loud and clear: say NO to drugs! Students and staff at Palmquist Elementary School took part in annual Red Ribbon Week activities this past week, as Drug Enforcement Agents (DEA) landed a helicopter on the playing fields of the schoolyard. Agents from the FBI, National Guard, and local police and fire agencies made presentations to help promote a safe and drug-free lifestyle. Students learned about the ill effects of drugs and a variety of professions that work to eliminate illicit drug use.

 

Red Ribbon Week was started after the kidnapping, torture and murder of DEA agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena in 1985. Camarena had been working undercover in Guadalajara, Mexico for more than four years in the fight against drugs.

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