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There will be 100 Mile Club at Condit on Saturday, November 4th from 9:00 - 10:00 AM!  We hope to see you there!

Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd - October 27th

Student Council Theme Days for Red Ribbon Week are as follows:

Monday - Jersey Day

Tuesday - Hippie Day

Wednesday - Crazy Hair Day

Thursday - PJ Day

Friday - Red Out

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Contact Us

Christine Malally, Ed. D., Principal

Email: cmalally@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300

 

Beth Huff, Office Manager

Email: bhuff@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x.66002

 

Heidi Hunter, Attendance Clerk

Email: hhunter@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x.66003

 

Griselda Becerra, LVN

Email: gbecerra@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x.66004

 

Sheri Frost, Ph. D., School Psychologist

Email: sfrost@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x.72009

 

Heather Hunter, Education Specialist (RSP)

Email: hehunter@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x.56022

 

Laura Olsen, Education Specialist (Itinerant-RSP)

Email: lolsen@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x.56022

 

Kara Leeper, Speech Pathologist (M - W)

Email: kleeper@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x 56210

 

Vanessa Rossi, Speech Pathologist (Th - F)

Email: vrossi@cusd.claremont.edu

Phone: (909) 398-0300 x 56210

 

After School Day Care

Enrollment: 170 W. San Jose Ave
Claremont, CA 91711
(909) 398-0373


Condit Child Development Lead Teacher: Elisa Salazar

Email: esalazar@cusd.claremont.edu
(909) 398-0300 x56205


 

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Welcome to Condit!

Welcome to our school!    Condit School provides an environment and opportunity for all students to achieve their full potential while becoming responsible citizens and independent thinkers. Through our comprehensive instructional program and a nurturing, secure environment, students are empowered to become life long learners. We are continuing to celebrate the successes of our students through Awards Assemblies and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Assemblies/Events. Thank you to all of our students, parents, families and staff that continue to make Condit the best! We are having an AWESOME year!



MISSION STATEMENT
Condit Elementary School’s mission is to provide an engaging and rigorous curriculum that fosters critical thinking and develops skills for college and career readiness. We provide a safe, supportive environment that promotes character building, empowering students to become positive contributing members of society.   

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Principal's Message

Chris.jpgWelcome to the 2017-2018 school year!  The Condit Staff and I are excited about the start of a new school year, and are eager to be partners with you in the education of your child.  I am thrilled to be starting my ninth year at Condit, and feel so fortunate to be a part of this AMAZING community.  Condit is my second home, and the staff, students and families feel like my own family.  It is wonderful to be a part of your students learning and growth during my time here. 

 

This school year will be filled many exciting experiences for our students and I look forward to working with all of our families.  If  you have questions or concerns throughout the year, please call or  email me, so that we can address them together.  This year, Claremont Unified School District in kindergarten through sixth grade will be implementing a new English Language Arts (ELA)adoption, Wonders by publishers, McGraw-Hill. Wonders focuses on the same Essential Question, vocabulary, skills, and strategies throughout a given week - whether the students are in the core ELA classroom, participating in designated English Language Development instruction, or benefiting from intensive intervention support.   Condit teachers are looking forward to  be working with the first new ELA adoption we have had since 2003 and the implementation of the California Common Core Standards. 

 

This year, our third through sixth grade teachers will continue with their implementation of iPads in the classrooms.  Thanks to funding through the Claremont Educational Foundation, CUSD assistance, and Parent-Faculty Association (PFA) funding, we have been able to have the 1:1 use of iPad, in all of our upper grade classrooms, including our SDC classroom.  Our students in kindergarten through second grade classrooms will continue to benefit from the access of six iPads in each of the classrooms.  All of the teachers have or will receive professional development to maximize the use of the iPads for instruction. 


I continue to express my gratitude to our teachers, staff and families who provide such an incredible amount of support to help make all of our students successful. Condit has an amazing energy and passion that is evident in everything we do. In 2014, we were recognized as a California Distinguished School, which I attribute to all of our communities' collective efforts. We continue to be thankful for the generous donations and wonderful volunteers. We could not do it without you! 

I look forward to being a part of each and every one of our students academic and developmental accomplishments as they grow this year. As a staff, we will continue our goal to make sure we look at each student as an individual, and guide them through to their success collaboratively. Condit is truly a unique and special place.
 
Our students will continue to participate in 100 Mile Club. Grades K - 3 will continue to participate on Fridays from 1:00 - 1:45 PM. Students in grades 4 - 6 will participate in the 100 Mile Club on Fridays from 2:00 - 2:45 PM.
 

Please check your weekly bulletin for information on upcoming events, awards assemblies, and other special information. The newsletter will be posted on the website and can also be e-mailed to your home. I look forward to getting to know all of our students and their families. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at 909-398-0300 or through my e-mail cmalally@cusd.claremont.edu.
 

Thank you for your support!
Condit ROCKS!
 
Christine Malally, Ed. D.

Immigration Resources

Claremont Unified School District is committed to providing a safe space for learning for each and every student, regardless of immigration status. click here for information

Additional information can be found at this website: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

For information regarding DACA, please click here:  https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

Recursos InmigraciĆ³n

Claremont Unified School District se compromete a proveer un lugar seguro para la educación de todos y cada uno de sus estudiantes, independientemente de sus condiciones migratorias. Para información haga click aquí

Puede obtener más información en el sitio web: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

Para mas informacion acerca de DACA:  https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

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Today: 10/22/17

NEWS

School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is Available


 

6th Grade Camp Presentation

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