Welcome to Gerber School
This free community event is at Gerber School, 5:30pm on October 2. Named in honor of one of the first victims of the Columbine school shooting, Rachel's Challenge helps students, parents, schools, and communities act with kindness, empathy, and forethought to make our school and town kind, positive, and safe for everyone. Check out the flyer for more information.
Check out Brainfuse! Anyone with a Tehama County Library Card number or a school access code can use this to get live tutoring, lessons and flashcards, use the online writing lab, get language help, and much more. Click here or use the Brainfuse logo on the right side of this page.
First 5 Tehama offers many school readiness resources. Please call 824-4111 or 384-7833 to learn more.
Parents and Guardians...Are you interested in getting more involved at Gerber School? If so, please consider joining the Parents' Club. Currently, they are recruiting volunteers to help organize the Halloween Carnival on October 24th. If you are interested in helping plan the carnival or getting more involved, please contact Julie Matlock at 385-1041.
Our computer lab is open! Technology was an identified priority through input for our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and with local dollars we are able to begin a 3-year phase in of technology at Gerber School. Technology plays a key role in preparing our students for their future, the common core standards and new accountability system (CAASPP), and 21st Century Learning. We have hired a full time technology teacher, created a new computer and technology lab, and are updating our Technology Plan.
We will continue to implement the Common Core State Standards this year and prepare our students for the new on-line accountability system; the California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance (CAASPP). The common core standards are not a new curriculum but a different way of teaching and learning. You may hear your child talking about working collaboratively with his/her peers and doing more talking and project work in class. This is to build children’s communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking skills; which are the heart of the new common core standards. These skills are going to be key for job seekers in the future.
23014 Chard Avenue
Gerber, CA 96035
(530) 3851451 (FAX)
The school office is open from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday - Friday