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Please help with Damon Bagley - read his story written by his daughter, Justiss Bagley.
Mr. Bagley walking with our students in the walk-a-thon today.
Island School earned $615 in t-shirt sale - thank you Classic Soccer for donating time and graphics.
$1822 in dinner sales, and pledges are still coming in. Saturday two Island School students Gauge Garcia and Garth Kasiner will be taking off their helmets prior to their races, with fellow racers, to ask the crowd to "fill their helmets" in support of Mr. Bagley.
Thank you all for all you have done to help Mr. Bagley in earning funds for his stem cell therapy procedure.
They earned $1,603 in the first 10 minutes of "Fill the Helmet" with all of the racers at the raceway Saturday, April 29.
My father has always been our Hero, now it is time for us to become his Hero. My name is Justiss and I am 16 years old, I have a 12 year old brother and his name is Shane. My dad tells us we mean everything to him. In early 2006 my dad, Damon Bagley, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). In December of 2011 my father was involved in a head-on Collision on his way to work. Soon after the accident his multiple sclerosis symptoms started flaring up. He began having troubles with his vision and balance. In 2014 he started using a cane to help with his balance but by 2015 he was in his first wheelchair. MS is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information between the brain and body. It is an autoimmune disease, what this means is something in my father’s body triggered his immune system to attack itself. The cause of MS is still unknown – scientists believe the disease is triggered by unidentified environmental factors in a person who is genetically predisposed to multiple sclerosis.
My father is a charismatic, strong, and a loving man who always puts others first. He was a Deputy Sheriff for Fresno County Sheriff's Department for about 8 years and then a Police Officer for Clovis Police Department for an additional 8 years. He was very involved with youth throughout his career although his dream was always to become a teacher. After leaving law enforcement he started teaching at Washington Union High school.
During his time at the high school he has started a Law & Justice program with around 170 students, this program is for students from the 8th grade through the 12th grade. Many of the students have moved on to enroll in college and major in a variety of criminal justice fields. My father also started a drug education program prior to leaving law enforcement, he still continues to work with some of the high school students, helping them with any struggles they have with substance abuse. My father’s Multiple Sclerosis has advanced to the point where his teaching career is being threatened.
The procedure that could help my father get his life back is a stem cell therapy procedure and it is a new procedure based around stem cell replacement. Unfortunately health insurance still does not recognize the procedure and this means he has to raise enough money to be able to receive the procedure and it will take multiple procedures for the best results. For further information please visit stemgenex.com.
The success of this procedure would allow my father to be fully involved in Shane's and my life. My hopes are for my father to be at every one of my brothers sporting events and for him to one day walk me down the aisle at my wedding. He would also like to continue his career as a teacher and be involved with his students’ lives continuing to impact them in a positive way. Thank you for reading our story and God bless you.
Go Fund Me Account link:
Go Fund Me
April 26th mileage club will be dedicated in support of Mr. Bagley, shirts are available for $10 with half the money going to the Go Fund Me account. A deep pit drive thru dinner will be available for April 26th, dinner tickets are available for $10 each. Thank you for any and all of your support.
Island Union Elementary School’s Performance Report:
Information located on the Dashboard Web site: https://www.caschooldashboard.org/
5 x 5 Placement reports and data are here:
5 x 5 placement grid
Release date: March 15, 2017, 10:30 a.m.
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2016-2017 School Calendar
2017-2018 School Calendar
Island Union School District Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
Island School LCAP final approval 2016-19.pdf
Island School drilled a new well and arsenic and gross alpha are no longer an issue for the school.
Consumer Confidence Report 2015
INFORMACION IMPORTANTE SOBRE SU AGUA POTABLE Fall 2013.pdf
Island Arsenic Notice
Uniform Complaint Procedure
Uniform Complaint Notice 15-16.pdf
Island School Notice of Nondiscrimination
Notice of Nondiscrimination 2016.pdf
Island School is a tobacco-free school. The products prohibited include any product containing tobacco or nicotine, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, miniature cigars, smokeless tobacco, snuff, chew, clove cigarettes, betel, electronic cigarettes, electronic hookahs, and other vapor-emitting devices, with or without nicotine content, that mimic the use of tobacco products.