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Phone:  530-938-2715

Email: wesprincipal.outlook.com

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Principal Cummings

My Family

My Family

 

Welcome Weed Elementary School.  My name is Alisa Cummings and I am the principal of this amazing school.   I was born and raised in Weed, attending Weed Elementary School and Weed High School. I have been in education for 15 years, eleven of those years as a middle school classroom teacher at Weed Elementary School.  I have a Bachelors Degree in Liberal Studies, a Masters of Science in Educational Administration, California Teachers English Learner (CTEL) certified, and a Tier II Administrative Credential.  My community involvement includes coaching, basketball counselor for COS camps and high school camps, supporter of Weed athletic programs, a Weed Rotarian and involvement in community events.  My passion though is spending time with my family and supporting and following my children in their athletic and educational activities.  I have  three sons; Robert who is attending Multnomah University, Jake who is attending Palm Beach Atlantic University, and Aaron who is a junior at  Weed High School.  My husband, Jim Cummings, is self-employed. 

 My education philosophy is simple:  As educators, our first priority is the students we serve.  We must have enough passion and love for our students to be able to provide them with the best education possible.  This can only be accomplished through a collaborative approach between the educational staff, parents, and students, working as a team to provide a safe environment, support rigorous standards, and maintain open lines of communications and expectations.

The goal of education is to: 

  • Provide an educational environment where students are prepared with the learning experiences that lead to the basic academic skills and understanding techniques necessary for them to become productive members of society and life-long learners.
  • Ensure a rich curriculum to develop academically, emotionally, physically, and socially at their personal developmental level.  The educational environment should foster civic virtue; which includes self-worth, self-discipline, self-respect, respect for others, honesty, integrity, and the value and acceptance of cultural differences.
  • Provide students with competent, knowledgeable, and highly qualified teachers who demonstrate a passion and love for their students.  The curriculum that is being taught in their classrooms must be challenging, rigorous, and made relevant to students by providing comprehensive learning experiences in a safe, caring,  and nurturing environment.
  • Involve the parents in their child’s education.  The education of each child should be a reciprocal agreement between the parents and the school; that the guidance and instruction provided be made powerful by the partnership formed between home and school.

Cub Character

NOVEMBER

Nicole Arguello: Nicole provided excellent support and guidance to a new student on their first day at our school. Thanks Nicole, your sincere friendly nature is very much appreciated! ~ Ms. Vixie and Ms. Mykala (SAFE)

Anthony Amezcua: Anthony did an excellent job setting the table before snack was served at SAFE. Thanks, Anthony, for your kindness and smiling while you work! ~ Ms. Mykala and Ms. Vixie (SAFE)

Ashley Gutierrez: Ashley shows outstanding Cub Character every day!! She is hard working and always on task ~ Mr. Miller

Sonia Ferguson: When a fellow student was on crutches, Sonia volunteered to help him carry his things and made sure to hold doors open for him. Thank You Sonia for caring for your friend! ~ Ms. Vixie (SAFE)

Luke Smith: Luke came to the after school program and immediately started unstacking chairs. He unstacked a chair for everyone today. ~ Ms. Vixie and Ms. Mykala (SAFE)

Angelina Russo: Angelina helped her hurt friend to the office, kissed her boo boo and read to her while she iced her knee. Thank You Angelina! What an awesome display of Cub Character!! ~ The Office Staff

Richelle Johnson: Thank you for helping Ms. L in K/1 last week ~ Ms. Christina & Ms. Anne (SAFE)

Hunter Smith: Thank you for helping Ms. L in K/1 last week ~ Ms. Christina & Ms. Anne (SAFE)

Isabella Escobedo: Thank you for stacking all the chairs! ~ Ms. Christina & Ms. Anne (SAFE)

Jade Nichols: Jade was very AWESOME helping me make copies and cleaning up the classroom after all the other kids had gone home. She’s always GREAT company!! ~ Mrs. Robles

Cista Fox: When playing a game with the hula hoop Cista was honest about being out. When two kids landed in the same hoop, Cista said she was the last one and came out of the game quietly. ~ Ms. L

Bret Toms: Bret set the tables for snack, helped pass out snack to students and volunteered to help younger students w/ their math homework! Ms. Vixie and Ms. Mykala (SAFE)

Renaissance Johnson: Renaissance is always helping and polite. She volunteers to do chores and is respectful to both her peers and the staff. ~ Ms. Margaret (SAFE)

Alanna Nonthavong: "When I am sad she cheers me up and plays with me. ~ Renaissance Johnson

Gabi Tapia: Gabi helped clean up all of her tables’ mess after Homework. Ms. Christina & Ms. Anne (SAFE)

 

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Cummings, Alisa
Principal