Office Phone: 909.947.6693
Office Fax: 909.548.6071.
Assistant Principal: Michael Titus, Ed.D. 

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    Monday, February 13th and

    Monday, February 20th

    in Observance of Lincoln's and Washington's Birthday

    Lincoln   washington birthday


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  • Yearbook Pre-Sale

    Begins Tuesday, February 13th Through Thursday, March 2nd

    Pre-Sale Price $13

    Regular Price $15

    Cash Only!

    Buy yours at the school office!!!



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  • Awards Assembly

    Friday, February 24, 2017

    Grades 1-3 at 8:30 am

    Grade 4-6 at 9:30 am



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  • Clinical Parent Training Program

    and Parent Project

    are coming on February 8, 2017

    Registration is required

    The Award-Winning Program

    Designed For Raising Adolescents In Today's World

    For more information on the Clinical Parent Training Program Click Here - The program is specifically designed if your children are between the ages of 3-12

    Para más información acerca del Programa Clínico de Entrenamiento para los Padres oprima aquí - El programa esta diseñado si sus niños están entre las edades de 3-12

    Parent Project Flyer - Especially designed for parents of strong-willed adolescents in middle and high school

    parenting classes for you

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    The annual Hit the Greens for Scholarships Golf Tournament to benefit students of the Chino Valley Unified School District will be held March 17.


    The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. at Los Serranos Country Club in Chino Hills. The Richard Gird Educational Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. Inductees to the Hall of Fame include Frank Elder, award-winning basketball coach at Chino High School; Chad Cordero, Don Lugo High School alumnus whose outstanding pitching landed him in Major League Baseball; and Kay Hallmark, beloved noon ground supervisor at Ramona Junior High School.


    The annual tournament has awarded more than $195,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors over the past eight years. Tim Adams of School Portraits by Adams Photography is the tournament sponsor.


    Information:  909-606-5100 or

    golf tournament   golf

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    March 9,  2017 8:30 -11:30 am 

    Levi Dickey Rm 103

    FREE Medical Care for children ages 0-21

    ¨ Well-child check-ups and CHDP exams

    ¨ Sick care treatment and follow-up

    ¨ Immunizations for children 0-18 that are uninsured or have Medi-Cal or other funded plans (i.e., IEHP)

    ¨ Hearing and vision screening

    ¨ School-entry physical exams

    Health Clinic



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  • School Closed - Spring Break

    Friday, March 24, 2017


    Friday, March 31, 2017

    spring break

    Classes resume Monday, April 3, 2017


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  • Levi Dickey needs YOU for the NEU Charity of the Year

    What is it? Camp Kesem is a nationwide community, driven by passionate college student leaders, that supports children through and beyond their parent's cancer. Camp Kesem serves children who have lost a parent to cancer, have a parent undergoing cancer treatment, or whose parent is a cancer survivor.

    How can we help? By donating $1, $5, $10 or $25 to a Karl the Caterpillar piece, you are supporting to Camp Kesem to benefit children of parents with cancer. Your decorated piece will be attached to our ongoing caterpillar in the school media center. All proceeds will go to Camp Kesem. Please see your teacher or office staff to turn in donations and collect your caterpillar piece to decorate.

    Who can participate? Everyone! We need your help so ask family, friends, and neighbors to contribute to whis worthy cause. Additional flyers are available in the school's office. 

    What is our goal? Our goal is to reach $1000 as a whole school and we can do it with your help. Every contribution will have a caterpillar piece added to the school's caterpillar in the media center.

    Where can l learn more? Please see for more information on our No Excuses University Charity of the Year, Camp Kesem.

     Camp Kesem

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  • Colony High Branch Library

    Click on the link below to read/print flyer for the month of December from Colony High Branch Library

    Colony High Branch Libray - January 2017 Flyer



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  • Partnership for Learning Newtwork

    School Offerings


    Family Engagement Center Fall Catalog

    Family Engagement School Offerings

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    SARC  If you would like information about your teacher's qualifications please visit the California  Department of Education at  


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  • You can now report a student absence ONLINE at Levi Dickey!
    Once you click on the "Register" button at the top of our page and complete our website user information, you will be able to report a student absence 24/7. After completing registration, login and go to the "Parents" tab scrolling down to "Report an Absence Online."
    It's that easy...
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    Join Dr. Custodio to pastries with the Principal on Thursday, March 2nd at 8:30 am


    All Levi Dickey parents are invited!

    Take this great opportunity to meet and greet our school principal Dr. Custodio

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    Health Services/Child Development Programs 2016-2017



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    remind We invite you to sign up for “Remind”          

    to receive important information about the events at Levi Dickey and our PTO

    Remind Levi Dickey - instructions and code

    Remind PTO - instructions and code



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    Parent Portal Required Credentials

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  • caution  ATTENTION PARENTS!!!

    At Levi Dickey, we make every effort to ensure the safety of your children.  Please note that new regulatory traffic signs (VC21367) have been installed in order to help keep our students safe.  Although it may be an inconvience to turn in a direction that is not as desireable, please do so to ensure the traffic flow stays safe and efficient.  Taking that extra minute may save a life.  Also, please be mindful of the following:

    1. Please do not park in front of our neighbors’ driveways.
    2. Please do not leave your cars unattended along the curbs in the parking lot.
    3. Please do not use your cell phone while driving.
    4. Please do not ask your child to cross to the inner lane of the drop off/pick up area. Students are to be picked up/dropped off along the curb.
    5. Please use the crosswalks and not Jay-walk.
    6. Please follow the directions of the crossing guard.
    7. Please pull forward to the end of the driveway.

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  • Wear a helmethelmet

    Helmets are required if students will be riding a bicycle or skateboard to school.



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  • Bullying vs Horseplay:  How to determine the difference?

    The following elements must be present:

    1. Imbalance of power - The bully has the upper hand through size, strength, verbal skills, social hierarchy, or less to lose by getting into trouble.
    2. Intent to harm - The bully means to inflict emotional and/or physical pain. expects the actin to hurt, and takes pleasure witnessing the hurt.
    3. Threat of further aggression - Both the bully and the bullied know that bullying can and probably will occur again.
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  • Box Tops
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  • No Excuses

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