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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

K-5 grade students broadcast over the school's PA system from Mr. Bogle's office each morning at 7:50 a.m. Each broadcast begins with a welcome by Mr. Bogle, then the Pledge of Allegiance is led by a student, followed by other student announcements.

 

AFTER SCHOOL FEE-BASED CLASSES

Various after school fee-based classes are offered at Ambuehl and other CUSD sites during the school year through the Saddleback College Community Education Program, which partners with CUSD.  Programs are also offered during the summer at various CUSD sites.  Click here for details on the next session of classes. 

 

AMBUEHL AMBASSADORS

Ambuehl 4th and 5th-grade students are elected by their peers to represent the school and to organize fun school events for students. There is a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Reporter, Library Chairperson, and Lost Found Chairperson. These leaders inspire school spirit, develop leadership skills, learn about teamwork, and also participate in community service projects. K – 5 students enjoy Ambuehl Ambassador sponsored events such as Crazy Hair Day and Mismatch Day.

 

BOOK OF WINNERS

Students who are recognized for academic achievement and/or citizenship will receive a certificate and are invited to sign the Book of Winners in the front office.

 

BLOCK MUSIC

CUSD is recognized throughout California for its music program, which fosters creativity, effective communication, self-discipline, and commitment. Funded by the district, all 4th and 5th-grade students have an opportunity to participate in CUSD’s award-winning music program two days each week during the school day.

 

PRIMARY MUSIC

Funded through the Ambuehl PTA, kindergarten through 3rd-grade students enjoy weekly music instruction from a credentialed CUSD music teacher during the school day.

 

SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL

Consisting of elected staff members and parents, School Site Council meetings are held up to six times per school year to review a variety of school-related items. Meetings typically include reviewing the Single School Plan for Student Achievement, new and current programs, student data, and approving categorical funds (SIP, grants, etc.) expenditures that benefit Ambuehl School (if available). Members of the public are invited to these meetings. School Site Council documents are available in the front office, upon request.

  • Click here to review a copy of the School Site Council Bylaws.
Chess Club
Chess Club
Block Music
Block Music