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    You can buy Spirit Wear!

    Mix Bags Fundraiser

    We're raising money for Ron Nunn Elementary

    and we need your help!

    CLICK HERE for flyer

    Catalog orders must be turned in

    by November 15, 2019.
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    Ron Nunn Book Fair is back!

    Every purchase supports our library!

    Dec. 2 - 5          8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

    Open during Winterfest 

    Friday Dec. 6:00pm – 8:00 pm

    The Book Fair will be in the Ron Nunn Library.



    Calling all Ron Nunn Community Veterans!  

    Each year near Veterans Day, Ron Nunn Students and Staff honor our Veterans as well as learn about the importance of honoring those who serve our country in the Armed Forces protecting the freedoms we have in the USA.  If you or a family member of one of our Ron Nunn students served in the Armed Forces, we would like to honor them for their service during our Veterans Day Assemblies on November 8, 2019.  Please scan and send a photo of the service member and information such as name, branch of service, dates of service, and relation to Ron Nunn student to Amy Wallace at no later than 10/31/19!  All service members of our community are welcome to attend our assemblies- we would like to honor you!

    After School Homework Help at Ron Nunn School

    This free, after-school club provides a quiet, peaceful, and productive environment for students to work on homework after school. All students are asked to come prepared with homework to work on independently for the duration of the session. The 2:15-2:45 block is specifically reserved for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders while the 2:45 - 3:30 block is reserved specifically for 4th and 5th graders. 

    Homework Help Sign Up

    Morning Loop

    We need parent volunteers to help with the main drop-off loop in the morning.

    Having someone there directing traffic and assisting the students makes the drop off process safer and faster.

    Volunteers are needed from 7:45am to 8:15am, Monday thru Friday.


    Click here to sign up!


    Upcoming Events

    11/13: Straw Hat Dine Out Event @ 5-9 pm

    11/14: RNPC Meeting @ 6 pm

    11/15: Trimester 1 ROP Sent Home

    11/15: Boon Fundraiser Ends

    11/25-11/19:  No School- Thanksgiving Holiday

    12/2 - 12/5 Book Fair  open in library from 8:30am-3:30pm

    12/6 Book Fair open in library for Winterfest 6:00pm-8:00pm


    Brentwood Regional Community Chest 

    Holiday Food and Toy Basket Registration for December 21, 2019 


    Identification and proof of residency is required 
    (BRCC will not share any of your personal/family information with any outside organization or agency. We use this information ONLY for holiday giving) 

    Registration dates

    Brentwood Senior Center 

    193 Griffith Lane, Brentwood 

    Thursday, November 7th – 6pm to 8pm 
    Tuesday, November 12th – 4pm to 5pm 
    Friday, November 29th – 3pm to 4pm 
    Saturday, November 30th – 8am to 10am 
    Tuesday, December 10th – 4pm to 5pm 
    Limited to 500 registrations 
    Brentwood, Byron, Discovery Bay, Knightsen and Bethel Island residents ONLY – Residents of Oakley are served by Friends of Oakley 

    Registration Notice English       Registration Notice Spanish


    Parents Club 

    The parents and staff of Ron Nunn Elementary School come together as a PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) creating the Ron Nunn Parent's Club (RNPC). Our goals are to encourage interaction between family and school, serve as a source of support, and work with teachers, staff, and the community at large to improve our children's educational experience. The RNPC works closely with the school administration to achieve goals.  Please contact if you are interested in volunteering!


    School Site Council and ELAC

    Board Members Needed!

    We have committee positions open for volunteers on our 19-20 School Site Council Committee and 19-20 English Language Advisory Committee.  These committees play an integral role in decision making for programs at our school. Please contact Mrs. Wallace at if you are interested in being a part of these committees.   

    First Responder Event- August 16: 

    RNPC did a great job organizing this informational night and despite the heat, over 200 families came to join us on Friday night.  Thank you to our Brentwood Rotary for providing hot dogs, chips and waters, Brentwood PD, Oakley PD, Contra Costa EMS, Scouts of America, PG&E and Jim Frazier's office for their presence and support of the event.

    2018-2019 score reports for CAASPP and ELPAC tests

    Student score reports for CAASPP and ELPAC tests assessed during 2018-19 school year are now available in the BUSD parent portal under the Testing tab.  Please go ahead and log into your account to see your child’s scores.

    o   The 2018–19 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress administration for grades three through eight includes the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments; the California Alternate Assessments (CAAs), including the CAA for Science and the California Science Test (CAST).  To learn more about your child’s scores, go to the new parent web page called Starting Smarter, available at

    o   The 2018-19 The Summative English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) for students in TK through eighth grade whose primary language is other than English to measure the skills of English Learners.  To learn more about your child’s scores, go to the new parent web page called ELPAC Starting Smarter, available at


    Barnes and Noble Bookfair was Thursday 8/22/19!

    This was the 16th Annual District wide Barnes and Noble Book Fair for all the libraries of Brentwood Schools.  Our school principal, Mrs. Wallace was a guest reader.


    Raptor Visitor Management System

    We are excited to tell you about our new BUSD visitor/sign in system called Raptor Technology.  Raptor Technologies® is the nation's leading provider of integrated school safety technologies and is trusted to protect over 26,000 K-12 schools nationwide. The Raptor Visitor Management system instantly screens all visitors, volunteers, and contractors.

    For the safety of all students and staff, gates will be locked and visitors will be required to check in through the main office.  All visitors are asked to bring in any state issued Divers License or Identification Card and will be asked to register through the Raptor system. If you do not have one of those, please contact the Principal, Amy Wallace.  You will then be issued a sticker to wear during the time you are at the school. This will require you to sign in if you are: Coming onto campus for ANY reason including drop off or pick up in person, working in classrooms, etc. 

    Thank you in advance for your patience in ensuring the safety of all at Ron Nunn School. Please feel free to visit the website for any additional information:


    Amy Wallace, Principal

    Your Talents are Needed! 

    RNPC Board Positions for 19-20 are open now!  If interested, contact


    Ron Nunn Parent's Club Board


    Get Involved and Engaged in our Learning Community!

    President:  Keshila Shannon

    Vice President:  Gavin Jew 

    Treasurer:  Sandra Jew

    Secretary:  Michelle Sampson

    Fundraising: Jen Walker and Lettie Smithwick

    Publicity:  Jennifer Kelley

    Room Rep Coordinators:  Leigh Burns-Quan

    Hospitality: Fabiola Gonzalez and Antoinette Brown 

    Volunteer Coordinator:  Leigh Poole

    Historian:  Jacki Fraser

    Family Fun Night: Brian Douglas

    Delta Education Foundation Coordinator:  Reagan Franklin


    VIP Positions:

    Spirit Wear:  Xela Genovese

    Marquee: Miya Moore



    Thank you Parents, for updating our bathrooms-

    Posting Encouraging Quotes for our Students!



    Happy Friday!  Show your Eagle Pride!


    Ron Nunn Facebook Page!

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    Art Docent Program has a wish list on Amazon.  Click on the icon to donate!

    Drive Safe and Show the Eagle Code:  Cooperation, Participation & Respect in the Ron Nunn Pick Up / Drop Off Loops!



    Loop Reminders- Show  CPR:  Cooperation, Participation, and Respect!


    School Attendance Is the Key to Success
    Your child’s attendance is directly related to their academic success at school. Tardiness to school causes your child to miss instruction and disrupts the rest of the class. It is nearly impossible to replace the key first instruction that a child misses when he/she is absent. Additionally, Brentwood Union School District receives a significant portion of its funding based upon student attendance. The district will only receive funding when children are in school. Students absent from school for any reason will not receive funding. It is critical that your child attend school regularly and be on time for class every day. 


    Going Somewhere? Site Based Independent Study
    If your family is planning to leave for 5-20 days, resulting in your child missing school, your child is eligible for Site-Based Independent Study (SBIS). While there is no substitute for being in the classroom setting, SBIS provides your child the necessary work to keep pace with what their peers are doing in class. It also counts as an excused absence and the school receives funding as if your child was actually in school. Please inform your child’s teacher or notify the office early if you plan to have your child out for a period of 5-20 days. 


    Brentwood School District Wellness Guidelines state:
    Due to allergy concerns, it is strongly recommended to use only commercially prepared food items (ingredients are listed on packaging).

    For everyone's safety, it is a school expectation that any treats for birthday or holiday celebrations for students include only commercially prepared items with ingredients listed on the package. 

    Our School recommends alternatives to food for holiday celebrations including learning games or other activities to celebrate students.

    Thank you for your cooperation in this effort.  Our goal is to keep all students safe and model healthy food choices.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Wallace.

    Please click on the Cyber Safety Link to review the various safety measures with your children in using the Internet and Social Media.  


    Cyber Safety Link 




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