John Green PFC

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Welcome to John Green's Parent Faculty Club

Family Art Night  - Thank You’s

John Green held its annual art night on Thursday April 19th.  It was an evening of colorful creativity in a fun and relaxed setting:) More than 600 canvases were painted!  Thank you so very much to all of the volunteers that helped make this happen: Aimee Chan, Saira Nawaz, Zara & Ayesha Asim, Pinal Vaidya, Haritha Katha, Donna Prince, Naila Salman, Chiao Zielinski & Family, Gloria Cheng, and Saba Aleem.

​2018-2019 School School Supply Drive -Deadline MAY 1

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John Green's First Ever Boots & Tutus Father Daughter Dance - May 18th

Mosey on over & join us y'all for music, snacks, sweets, games, photos & a boot scootin' good time! Come dressed in your favorite western wear such as plaids, cowboy hats, boots & tutus! Limited presale tickets $10/family.  Purchase tickets here:

A request for sponsors:  This is a wonderful event sponsored by the PFC where the little ladies of our school get to share a special evening with their fathers.  We ask that you might consider making a donation to the school to help us make this a successful event. We will be highlighting our sponsors throughout the evening & will include our sponsors in our school newsletter. Any contribution on your behalf will be greatly appreciated and a tremendous help to our event. Please email[email protected] if you'd like to sponsor the event. Thank you.

​Field Day - May 18th - Last call for chairs it will be cancelled!

Calling all parents! - if you are able to devote some time organizing games for our kids and coordinating this event, please reach out and consider volunteering!!  This is the last event of the year and promises to be loads of fun for our kids!!. Email [email protected], if interested


Please find the important dates for the next school year at this link.
Fall Check-in will be on August 8 and first day of school is on August 14, see you then!


Student safety is of the utmost importance. During the first week of school there is more traffic than normal. Please take special care when dropping off or picking up your student. Parking/Drop Off Area Reminders: Park your car in appropriately marked areas only. There are limited Visitor spots in the parking lot. Please park along Antone or Bridgepointe. The driveway in front of the school is for drop off and pick up only. Please do not leave your car unattended when dropping off or picking up your student. To drop off or pick up in the loading areas, your car should be against the curb. It is unsafe to load or unload away from the curb. Please drop your student off at the front of the school only.

A Note from The Principal, Dr.Lorianne R. Ventura.


Do you know what a digital tattoo is?  Do you know how to recognize and report cyberbullying?  How can you make learning about digital citizenship fun for your kids?  Dublin Unified has created one-stop shopping for teachers, students, and parents/guardians on the topic of Digital Citizenship, follow this link for more info:


In August 2015, the DUSD has selected LPA, Inc. to develop a 10 year Facilities Master Plan (FMP).  The entire process has been documented online and can be accessed at this link: 
The priorities for each school in the district including Green can be viewed from this website as well as FAQs from the community.


Morning drop off and afternoon pick up are busy at John Green. With over 900 students trying to get to school at the same time the streets are packed with cars, bicyclists and pedestrians.  As winter is approaching bad weather only makes this process more difficult and potentially dangerous.  Please remember the following simple tips and together we can help keep our children safe:
1. Drive slowly and watch for pedestrians and bicyclists.
2. Cross the street at a crosswalk.  Crossing in the middle of the road is dangerous and makes it hard for cars to see you. While it is faster to simply cross the street, doing so comes at a great risk. Further, we want to model appropriate behavior for our students so they can make responsible choices when they are older.
3. Always wear your helmet while you are riding your bike, scooter, or skateboard.
4. Put your cell phone away.  Whether you are driving or walking your cell phone is a distraction, and even a quick glance at your phone can be dangerous.
5. Be patient and leave a little extra time to get to school.  When we rush we are more likely to make a mistake or not see everything that is going on around us.