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Tracy Open House

Tracy Elementary School held our Open House for the 2019/2020 school year. Thanks to our families for attending. We are excited to begin the school year! See everyone on Monday, August 26th!

Open House Information

Kindergarten Open House - Tuesday, August 20th - 1:00 p.m.

Grades 1-5 Open House - Thursday, August 22nd - 6:00 p.m.

  • 6:00 p.m.-6:20 p.m. – Tracy Welcome Presentation in the gym - new families
  • 6:25 p.m.-7:30 p.m. – Meet teachers in classrooms
  • 6:25-p.m.-7:30 p.m. – Refreshments and meet PTA in gym


"Cool to Be Kind" Celebration

Tracy students had a "Cool to Be Kind" celebration to end the school year. Students joined with their buddy classrooms and participated in various events such as campfire stories, rock balancing, and scavenger hunts. The school also celebrated 43,800 acts of kindness performed this school year. Keep up the kindness, students!

Ozobots in Third Grade

Students in Ms. Blatt's third grade class recently learned how to code with Ozobots. The students individually created paths for the Ozobots to follow. The individual paths were combined to make a whole class grid. What an amazing way to combine technology and teamwork!

Fun and Fitness Day

Our Tracy students participated in Fun and Fitness Day last week. Students completed races, obstacle courses, played games, and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Thank you to our PTA for organizing this popular event!

McDowell Boys Volleyball Visit

Members of the McDowell Boys Volleyball team and their coach visited our school. The players demonstrated some of their skills and practiced with the students. Boys in grades 3, 4, and 5 are invited to participate in their summer volleyball camp. Flyers were sent home with these students.

Fifth Grade Concert

Our fifth graders performed in their final concert at Tracy. Under the direction of Mrs. Dudenhoeffer, the chorus, band, and orchestra put on quite a show. The students shared their musical talents as well as their hopes and dreams. Beautiful performance, fifth grade!

Fourth Grade STEM Project

Our fourth graders recently participated in a group STEM project. The students were given a budget to purchase materials to build a boat. The challenge was for the boat to hold the most weight. The students used the scientific process and teamwork to complete the challenge.