- Poor attendance can influence whether children read proficiently by the end of third grade.
- By 6th grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school.
- Research shows that missing 10 percent of the school, or about 18 days in most school districts, negatively affects a student’s academic performance. That’s just two days a month and that’s known as chronic absence.
School Wide Expectations
- Congratulations to Ms. Do’s, Ms. Pimienta’s and Ms. Benson’s classes for earning 10 Robo class tickets! They will receive an extra recess.
- Congratulations to Ms. Blakely’s and Ms. Demchuck’s classes for earning 20 Robo class tickets! They will receive a popsicle party.
- Congratulations to Ms. Romaneli’s, Ms. Bromley’s, Ms. Demchuk’s, and Ms. Barrett’s classes for have 100% perfect attendance all week!
Extended Learning Opportunities (LEAD)
After school clubs start this week! If your child was selected, you should have received information from Ms. Rawman. Please be patient as we work through the bumps of creating a brand new afterschool program.
If your child is in a LEAD club, have them go to the kindergarten area after school on the day of their club. Here they will have a school provided snack while they wait to be picked up by their teacher at 3pm. Remember to please fill out the Release to Participate form in order for your child to participate. I have provided the link below.
- Ms. Cardenas and I enjoy being on the blacktop each morning so that we can interact with students. We ask that parents continue to follow the posted signs when dropping students off in the morning. Pull all the way forward so that multiple cars can all drop off and traffic can stay moving.
- One way to have positive interactions about school with your child is to ask them to tell you about 2-3 great things that happened at school. Ask open ended questions so that your child has to say more than “yes” or “no”. Think positive!
- Last day to purchase Boo Grams for $1 will be Monday. Boo Grams will be delivered on Oct 31.
CVESD Canned Food Drive
The Chula Vista Elementary School District is sponsoring a district-wide food drive
in collaboration with the Chula Vista Welfare Council from October 16-26.
The food collected will be boxed and provided to families in Chula Vista. Students may drop items off in the office or classrooms.
Suggestions for donations:
Proteins: Peanut butter, meat (chicken, tuna, spam,
chili w/meat), and bagged dried beans.
Healthy carbs: Mixed vegetables, carrots, sweet
potatoes, soup, canned tomatoes, and green beans.
Fruits: Any canned fruit.
Milk: Canned or powdered.
Sauces: Tomato, pasta, gravy, and broth.
Pasta/carbs: Bagged rice, pasta, mac and cheese,
stuffing, rice mix, mashed potatoes, canned pasta,
Calendar of Events
15- Happy Birthday Ms. Trinidad
16- Happy Birthday Ms. Jarvis and Ms. Corrales
16- After school clubs start for selected students
16- Last Day to purchase Boo Grams Before/After School
16-23 Fourth Grade Field Trips
16-26 Canned Food Drive
17- Happy Birthday Ms. Garcia and Ms. Shawna
17- Kinder Field Trip
18- Fifth Grade Field Trip
18- School Board Meeting 6:00
19- Second Grade Field Trip
21- Happy Birthday Ms. Heidi
23-31 Red Ribbon Week
23- TK Field Trip
23- SSC Meeting 3:00-4:00
24- DAC/DELAC district meeting 12:00-2:00
25- Red Ribbon Week School Event
25- PTA General Meeting 6:00-7:00 in the MPR
27- CHP/PTA Halloween Movie Night
27- Kona Ice after school
28- Happy Birthday Ms. Esparza
31- School Halloween Parade 8:30-9:15