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Mr.Juan Carlos Luna Vargas

CASSPS 5TH Grade students please work on these questions


5th Grade Science

Daily Homework-Monday through Friday

Reading 15 minutes

Math IXL 25 Minutes

Math worksheets  20 Minutes

Congratulations to August Student of the month- Gianni V.

Congratulations to September Student of the month- Juan R.

Congratulations to October Student of the month- Isabella C.

Congratulations to November Student of the month- Zy'Quarius

Congratulations-Student of the Month 2018 December Beatriz P.

Congratulations-Student of the Month 2019 January Danitza G.

Congratulations -Student of the Month 2019 February Adrian C.

Congratulations -Student of the Month 2019 March Monique A.

Congratulations -Student of the Month 2019 April- Danitza M.

Congratulations -Student of the Month 2019 May -Grace C.

Hughbanks Elementary Welcome Parent Letter

Welcome to

Mr. Luna’s 5th Grade Class




Dear Parent/Guardian:


Welcome to a new school year at Elizabeth T. Hughbanks Elementary! August and September are two very exciting months here at Elizabeth T.  Hughbanks! For teachers and students, it’s a time of change, new beginnings, new surroundings, new friends, new experiences, new skills and new challenges.


About Me:


My name is Juan Carlos Luna and I am anticipating a wonderful year of learning and growth for your student. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts and two Masters Degrees (Language Literacy and Culture & Educational Administration) from California State University, San Bernardino. I have desired to become a teacher since I was a child and now I have 15 years of classroom experience.

I believe that education is a life-long process. There are many opportunities and people that shape individuals and give them skills that they can take beyond the classroom. I believe students learn in different ways and at different rates and so I do my best to design my lessons to reach all students needs.  I utilize many learning strategies to advance the understanding of standards by my students. I support the constructivist model of learning that states that people learn best by actively constructing their own understanding. This philosophy facilitates my students in discovering knowledge and become life-long learners, long past the classroom experience.




Mr. Juan Carlos Luna M.A

Classroom Rules


              Mr. Luna’s 5th Grade Class  (2018-2019)

My mission is to develop children who are thoughtful, caring, and responsible members of our community. I treat all students as individuals, worthy of respect and capable of making good choices. I promote student independence in all areas of their education. Further, I utilize positive incentives to promote and reinforce good behavior while simultaneously enforcing specific consequences for inappropriate behavior.



Classroom Rules


1. Follow directions quickly.

2. Raise your hand for permission to speak.

3. Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.

4. Make smart choices.

5. Keep your dear teacher happy.

6. Respect everyone.





1. Student will receive warning.

2. Student conference with teacher

3. Student 1 page reflection paper and Phone call to parents

4. Referral/detention. (Will provide 24 hours notice to parent.)

5. Will be sent to Dr. Stewart Office





1. Students will come to school prepared and ready to learn/work.

2. Students will always give their best effort.

3. Students will positively participate in all classroom activities.



Our class works for big rewards as a table or team. They receive table points for everyone being on task, turning in homework, participation, etc.


Individual rewards are:


Meet Mr. Juan Carlos Luna M.A


My name is Juan Carlos Luna.

This will be my 15 year teaching!


I have 3 college Degrees from Cal State San Bernardino


B.A 2002 Liberal Studies

M.A 2004 Language Literacy and Culture

M.A 2006  Educational Administration


I am teaching 5th grade this year!

I am married to my best friend Mrs. Luna.

I am the father of 2 awesome daughters.

I love to be part of the Hughbanks Family!

I love the Chicago Bears!

I love the Los Angeles Lakers!

I love the Los Angeles Angels!

I love to travel with my family!

I love traveling to San Diego!

My family currently has season passes to (Disneyland, Sea World, Legoland, San Diego Zoo, and San Diego Safari Park)

I  currently Officiate 5 High School Sports (Wrestling, Football, Track, Softball and Basketball)

I live in Dino Hills! 

I have 1 dog!

My classroom is Room P-7.

OUR COLLEGE: Cal State San Bernardino


Attendance Counts!

Want to help your student succeed? Make sure he/she has great attendance. Students who arrive on time daily tend to do better in school than students who are arrive late. Students who arrive late have already missed an important part of their day: the chance to socialize, and prepare mentally for the day ahead without feeling rushed. If a student is late by only 5 minutes a day have missed out on 25 minutes of instruction!  Please help your child by bringing them to school on time. Students who eat breakfast on campus may arrive as early as 7:20. The bell to go play rings at 7:35; the first bell to line up rings at 7:55. Teachers pick up their students and are in class ready to begin at 8:00 a.M. Thank you for your support.

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How receive text messages from Mr. Luna M.A:

Text this number 81010.

Text this message  -  @mrlunas4



Cómo inscribirse a los mensajes de el senor Luna M.A:

envía  este texto a 81010.

Despues marque  este mensaje  -  @mrlunas4


or you can e-mail me

Padlet coming to Mr. Luna's 5th Grade Class

2018 Top Wrestling Officials in Southern California
2018 Top Wrestling Officials in Southern California
Hughbanks Alumni/ NFL Player Kenny Clark #97
Hughbanks Alumni/ NFL Player Kenny Clark
Congratulations to 2nd Grader Alexa Luna!
Congratulations to 2nd Grader Alexa Luna!
Hughbanks Literacy
Dr. Monte Stewart
Dr. Monte Stewart
Dr. Monte Stewart
Mrs. Hernandez
Alexa Luna's 2nd Grade Project
Alexa Luna's 2nd Grade Project


Google Classroom

Symbaloo-Mr. Luna's 5th Grade

Teacher Training

My 5th Grade Teacher-Mrs. Linda Brown (2004)
My 5th Grade Teacher-Mrs. Linda Brown
Football Season Starts on August 10th
Football Season is Finally Over
Happy Halloween 2017
Happy Halloween 2017
Hughbanks Staff 2017
Hughbanks Staff 2017
Mr. Luna is a San Gorgonio High Hall of Fame
Mr. Luna is a San Gorgonio High Hall of Fame

Google Classroom = Mr.Luna M.A

Google Classroom is finally here.

Symbaloo has arrived to Hughbanks Elementary.

                What Is Symbaloo?

Symbaloo is a free social bookmarking tool. A fun and simple way to organize and store all your digital resources in the cloud. You can categorize your resources, share and access them from any device. Meanwhile, Symbaloo is a free educational tool, SymbalooEDU Premium is a resource management system that offer classrooms, schools, and districts a customized SymbalooEDU page with a dedicated URL to distribute and manage all digital resources in one place. Learn more about “Which Symbaloo is Best for You”.

Why Should You Symbaloo?

Symbaloo helps teachers curate content and share the best of the web with their students. Teachers are able to work harder, smarter and most importantly, happier.






Instructions on how to use your clever

  1. The first thing you must do is to log on into our Hughbanks Elementary webpage
  2. Then your son or daughter must log into the clever Icon
  3. Your son or daughters  will then have to logged on

The user id will be 

the password will be  Capital  R for robert and capital K for last initial and the 6 digits of their birthday. Such as  RobertK102208


  1. The student will have access to I Ready and First in Math by using their clever.
  2. I am also using my very own symbaloo at
  3. We are also using Math Prodigy at
  4. We are also using my lexia



Thank You,

Mr. Juan Carlos Luna M.A

Very Important- Computer Lab is now open at 7:30 AM everyday for My Lexia, first in Math, AR Reading!

Hughbanks Spirit Friday

Please students bring in your Hughbanks T-Shirts every Friday. Lets capture our spirit flag.

Thank You,

Mr. Luna M.A

Its official Mr. Juan Carlos Luna is a San Gorgonio High School HALL OF FAMER 




Classroom Supply Wishlist

These are some of the most common items that are needed in our classroom. Any and all donations are appreciated!

  • Kleenex Tissue
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Crayons (24 Count) 
  • Copy Paper (any color)
  • Pencils
  • Black dry erase markers

Symbaloo has arrived to Hughbanks Elementary. This will help our students and parents navigate through all of our educational programs.

Congratulations to Mr. Juan Carlos Luna for being inducted into San Gorgonio High School HALL OF FAME.

San Gorgonio High School Alumni GO SPARTANS!

SGHS Athletic Hall of Fame

Welcome to the SGHS Athletic Hall of Fame!!!

Our Athletic Hall of Fame was founded in 1993 thanks to the vision of Principal Phil Haley and Athletic Director Larry Arnold, who got it started.   As of Fall of 2016, we have inducted 90 outstanding Spartans (athletes, coaches, staff, and Spartan supporters).  

Originally, members were inducted at a spring banquet dinner after being selected by the Hall of Fame Committee based upon their athletic merits in high school, college, professional and/or their contributions to our athletic programs as coaches, staff, and Spartan supporters.  Typical qualities of our Hall of Famers include single and multi-sport athletes who earned all-league, league MVP, all-CIF, all-county, San G records, and/or college/professional accolades.

Currently, we induct our newest honorees in the fall during a SGHS Athletic Hall of Fame weekend beginning with a halftime ceremony at a Friday night home football game followed by a golf tournament and banquet on Saturday afternoon and evening at a local golf course.

The 2017 SGHS Athletic Hall of Fame will be September 22-23 at our home football game vs Oak Hills and then the golf tournament and banquet at Tukwet Canyon, Morongo Golf Club in Cherry Valley.  The honorees being inducted into the Class of 2017 will be Sergio Remus (baseball, 1999), Juan  Carlos Luna (wrestling, 1998), and Nichole Latham (softball, 2007).

We welcome nominations for future induction classes.  Please contact SGHS Athletic Director Matt Maeda at for a SGHS Athletic Hall of Fame questionnaire for consideration by the committee.

Rialto Unified School Calendar from 2018 to 2020

You can see the district calendar all the way up to June 2020!!!!


Click here...

Mr. Luna Officiating The Number one and the Number two wrestlers in the state of California.

November 2018
The Northview Way
Taking care of each other!

Northview wrestling hoping for another big weekend at CIF-SS Masters Meet

Northview wrestling hoping for another big weekend at CIF-SS Masters Meet

Northview s Jackson Serna  right  is one of 14 Vikings wrestlers who will compete at this weekend s CIF-SS Masters meet in Ontario.   Photo by John Valenzuela  The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Northview’s Jackson Serna (right) is one of 14 Vikings wrestlers who will compete at this weekend’s CIF-SS Masters meet in Ontario. (Photo by John Valenzuela/ The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin) 

By Steve Ramirez, San Gabriel Valley Tribune

POSTED: 02/23/17, 12:49 AM PST | UPDATED: 10 HRS AGO



It’s been more than 30 years since an area team won a CIF State wrestling title.

Northview High School, the area’s top program for two decades, is in position to end that streak after boasting eight champions

and 14 top-five medalists during last week’s CIF Southern Section divisional championships.

The Vikings take the next step at this weekend’s CIF-SS Masters Meet, scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario

Preliminary bouts are scheduled for 10 a.m. on Friday. The championship semifinals are slated for 11 a.m. on Saturday, with the medal rounds at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.



The top nine in each of the 14 weight classes advance to next week’s CIF State championships in Bakersfield.

Northview, led by the trio of Eddie Flores (106 pounds), Steven Comstock (170) and Jackson Serna (heavyweight), is the favorite after winning the Inland Division last week by more points (184) than any other team in the meet scored.

If Northview, ranked No. 6 in the state by The California Wrestler, is able to advance most of its 14 competitors this weekend, it could push traditional powers Buchanan (Clovis), Clovis and Poway and be in the running for its first state title.



The keys are Flores, Comstock and Serna, who are solid contenders for state titles. Flores is ranked No. 1 at 106, with Comstock No. 2 at 170 and Serna No. 6 at heavyweight. The Vikings also feature Inland Division champions Dominick Arellano (113), Jason Valencia (120), Gabriel Cortez (132), Rick Marin (138) and Rigo Estrada (220). Arellano is ranked sixth.

Others to watch from the area are San Marino’s Beau Perez, who won at 126 last week and was Inland Division lower-weight MVP after scoring four wins by fall; Bonita’s Gevorg Hope, who won a Northern Division title at 160, and Bishop Amat’s Sidney Flores, who was fourth at 120 in the Central Division. Flores has been ranked in the top 10 most of the season.

5th Grade- Go Math
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