March 1, 2023 - English


Dear Families,


It’s hard to believe that we are starting the final trimester of school!  We celebrated on Monday with a schoolwide Buddy Game Day.  Our Big Buddies and Little Buddies loved hanging out and cheering each other on.  Thank you to the grown ups who volunteered their time to help us out!


The last trimester of school goes by quickly.  Make sure to stay up to date with your classroom teacher’s communication.  


Tomorrow we are celebrating Read Across America Day!  Students may come to school in their PJs or most comfortable clothes and bring a favorite book to read.  We will be having a reading party at morning recess!


Have a great week!


In partnership,

Principal Cyndee





Read Across America Day!


Bookmobile visits Bubb - 11:45


School Site Council and ELAC - 4:00pm Zoom


Author Mac Barnett Assembly


Report cards emailed


Professional Development Day- NO SCHOOL


5th Grade Field Trip - Marine Science Institute


Spring Picture Day


Spring Open House - 6:00 to 8:00 pm


Safe Routes to School Assembly


Kinder Field Trip - Deer Hollow Farm

4/3 - 4/6

RAFT Maker Van - In School Assembly


1st Grade Field Trip - Deer Hollow Farm


Author Michael Katz Assembly

4/10 - 4/14

Spring Break- No school



Bookmobile comes to Bubb on March 2nd!

Mountain View Public Library’s Bookmobile will stop at Bubb School on Thursday, March 2nd at 11:55, near the MUR.

The Bookmobile brings library services to customers who live, work and attend school in Mountain View.  Bookmobile staff provide all the same free services the library building offers. Come check it out!


Lost and Found Clean Out — THIS FRIDAY!!!

It’s time to clean out the Bubb School’s  Lost and Found. The Lost and Found rack will be in front of the school office on Thursday 3/2. Please come by and check for your student’s clothing, lunch bags, and many other items. Anything not picked up by 12:30 pm this Friday, will be donated to local children's charities. Thank you for your understanding.


Reporting absences

To report an absence, call the office at (650) 526-3480 and press 2, or email [email protected].  Provide the following information: date of absence, student’s name, room number, reason for absence, and name and relationship of the person reporting the absence. MVWSD schools also use an automated system to notify parents when a student is absent from school when we haven’t heard from a parent about the reason for the child’s absence.  To report a positive COVID case, click here. It is very important, for safety reasons, that we know the reason why a student is not present at school.


The Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, March 2 at 6:00 p.m. 

Some of the topics include:

  • Preschool Program Self Evaluation

  • Universal Pre-Kindergarten Expansion

  • Future Enrollment Growth Considerations

For meeting details and agenda, please click here:

Superintendent's Community Check In on Friday, March 3

Please join us for our Community Check-In with Dr. Ayindé Rudolph on Friday, March 3 at 3:30 p.m. Bring your questions. Spanish interpretation will be provided. Click here to register:

March Better Together Infographic 

March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the contributions women have made to society.  However, we must acknowledge that not all women have had an equal chance to succeed. Inclusion is key to truly celebrating Women's History Month. Let's uplift and empower all women, regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or ability. As allies, we can listen to their stories, amplify their voices, and work together to create a more equitable society. Let's celebrate progress and continue to choose to be #BetterTogetherMVWSD. Please see the attached flyers or visit

Early Bird pricing for MVEF Gala tickets is available until 3/12/2023 

Buy tickets, donate items, and sponsor the Gala today by visiting the MVEF Gala page:


With approximately 150 in-person attendees and a goal to raise $100k, the MVEF Gala is an opportunity for residents, district parents, business leaders and community members to come together in support of our local public schools. Last year MVEF successfully took the bold step to extend its funding beyond art, music, science, and sports to include adding opportunities for differentiation in the classroom by reducing class sizes in ELA. This year we hope to raise a total of $1.2MM through the MVWSD community’s enthusiastic participation, allowing us to continue funding the new teaching positions, the existing MVEF-funded programs, and consider funding additional programs in the future.


InPlay: Find camps and afterschool activities

February break and spring break are just weeks away. Even summer break is just around the corner. Looking for activities or camps for your children? InPlay offers a free searchable program guide for parents, with filters for age, location, price (including free or reduced cost), and more. To find programs local to Mountain View, head to: Available programs include those that serve students with special needs or English learners.



Living Classroom: Docents Needed! 

Do you enjoy spending time with kids and being outdoors? Volunteer with us to teach fun, engaging STEM-based lessons in your local school! Living Classroom teaches science by using our school gardens as our classroom. No prior teaching experience is necessary. Bring a friend and join the fun!

Come to our training sessions from 9am-12pm in Heritage Park, 771 Rengstorff Ave. in Mountain View:

March 6, 2023 (Kinder & 1st Grade Lessons)

March 20, 2023 (2nd & 3rd Grade Lessons)

March 27, 2023 (3rd, 4th, & 5th Grade Lessons)

For more information, visit or contact [email protected].

Mentor Tutor Connection Volunteer Information Session: March 8th 

Come learn about volunteering as a Mentor or Tutor! Help a local student to a brighter future.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION SESSION - March 8, 5:30-6:30 pm, El Camino YMCA, 2400 Grant Road, Mountain View. To register go to or email [email protected].

Health and Wellness Parenting Tip: Change upsetting thoughts

Everyone has upsetting thoughts from time to time, which can make us feel angry, sad, or frustrated. This is normal! It is often our emotions that drive these upsetting thoughts, not the facts of the situation. By catching our upsetting thoughts, checking the facts, and changing our thoughts based on those facts, we can start to have more helpful thoughts and improve our mood.  

Watch this video and learn more about how to change upsetting thoughts to be more helpful.

To change your upsetting thoughts: 

  1. Catch it. When you feel upset, pause and ask yourself, “What words or phrases are running through my mind right now?”

  2. Check it. Consider whether the thought you are having is helpful or not. 

  3. Change it. If you are having an unhelpful thought, consider other ways of looking at the situation. Reframe your thought to one that is more helpful.

Catching, checking, and changing your thoughts takes practice. By noticing your unhelpful thoughts and reframing them based on facts, you can improve your mood.

Silicon Valley Reads Career Fair

The Santa Clara County Office of Education is excited to host the annual K-8 Career Fair on Saturday, March 4 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. The theme this year is Adventurous Careers, and the event will feature guest speakers from many different fields. We want to encourage students to dream big, follow their passions, and explore some amazing career opportunities as a component of the Silicon Valley Reads community engagement initiative. For more information and to register, visit:

MV Public Library Art Events 

Draw with Nomar Perez

Thursday, March 30 from 4-5 p.m., Ages 8 and up, on Zoom

Nomar Perez, the author/illustrator of "Coqui in the City" will join the Sunnyvale and Mountain View libraries to talk about his experience illustrating "Coqui" and then he will lead a virtual drawing lesson. Register in advance here.

Chalk Art Mural

Friday, March 31 from 3:30-5:30 p.m., Ages 8-12 at Pioneer Park

Tweens are invited to drop in to the library courtyard and create a piece of art from Silicon Valley Reads author/illustrator Nomar Perez. All skill levels welcome, no registration needed. Materials and instructions will be provided. Weather permitting.



Join Next Year’s PTA Executive Board - Only 3 Position Left!

The Bubb PTA benefits our children by supporting science, math, reading, music, art, and many other programs. In addition to fundraising, we organize popular family events and support the amazing Bubb teachers and staff when ever possible. Unfortunately, the PTA doesn't run itself - WE NEED YOU! Thank you to all the parents who have already volunteered! We still need volunteers for PTA President, Language Liaison, or Historian.  Please consider joining the PTA Executive Board for the next school year. Contact Alexis Davis on the Nominating Committee at [email protected] for more information.


Silent Auction raised more than $23,000 for our Bubb Cubs!

Thanks to all who participated in offering to host parties, donating items and buying items and party spots during the Bubb PTA Silent Auction and Encore Sale. These vital fundraisers help support all the great programs our school needs funding for, so thank you! Enjoy your items and all the parties to come - you will hear from party hosts as you get closer to the party dates so keep an eye out!



March Better Together Infographic 

Living Classroom: Docents Needed! 

Mentor Tutor Connection Volunteer Information Session: March 8th 

Silicon Valley Reads Career Fair

MV Public Library Art Events- Chalk Art Mural 

MV Public Library Art Events- Draw with Nomar

March Lunch Menu

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