1/14 @ 8 AM – MLK Event

Martin Luther King Jr Event:  Dreams Coming Alive Newsletter


Dreams Coming Alive MLK Event

Martin Luther King Jr’s “Dreams Coming Alive” with Black Folks sharing quotes, narratives and lived experiences and Cultural music, art and dance is happening at Fuente Nueva on Friday, January 14, 2022 8:30-10am.

Breakfast is available from a Taste of Bim 7:30-10:00

Dreams Coming Alive through Cultural Bearers 8:30-9:30

Community March 9:30-10:00

For more information see the Counselor Corner

We hope you can join us.


January Lunch Menu Now Available

Please place your lunch order by noon on Wednesday 1/5/2022.



11/14 @ 9am Coffee with Directora

Coffee with Directora

11/14 @ 9 am

on Zoom:


Meeting ID: 835 6612 4404

Passcode: 012206


2nd Trimester Newsletter

Fuente Nueva Newsletter 2nd Trimester 2021-2022


December Lunch Menu is now available

Order Lunches or Print a Menu here


Parent Teacher Conference Week

Early dismissal at 1pm all week for parent teacher conferences.


No School Thursday 11/11

In observance of Veteran’s Day there will be no school on Thursday November 11, 2021. We will be back at school on Friday November 12.

Thank you to all the Veterans for your service!


November Lunch Menu is now available.

Please visit the Lunch Menu & Ordering Page to order specific lunches and/or print out the menu.


Halloween Costume & Guidance & Parade

Halloween is just around the corner and we have a few requests so that all students may have a joy filled day. If you have any questions after reading this, please reach out!
  1. Leave weapons at home. If your student has a weapon that is integral to the costume, ask yourself if your student can handle that responsibility. For example, if your child will be Harry Potter – we get it a wand is an important part of that costume. How will your child use that wand? Can they handle it without pointing at others and casting spells? If yes, they can bring the wand. Prepare your child that it will be asked to go away after the parade.
  2. Masks and gore must not be scary for our youngest kiddos. Leave the gorey parts of costumes for trick or treating. Prepare your child that masks will be asked to go away after the parade.
On Friday morning we will hold a parade at 8:55am and we are excited to invite families to watch! Arrive between 8:30 and 8:50 to be given a spot on campus to watch the kiddos go by. You will be asked to:
  • Wear a mask at all times
  • Maintain 6 feet distance from others
  • Maintain a greater than 6 feet distance from students
As a reminder we do not have school on 11/1 so teachers can attend an in-service day of staff development. 

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