Village and ECDC Family Newsletter

December 2nd-6th

Upcoming Dates


12/2/19 Return to School

12/6 Coronado Holiday Parade @ 6:00 PM

12/7 Artisans Alley @ Village Upper Playground 9:00 am- 3:00 pm

12/9 Coronado SAFE Coffee Talk 8:30 AM-9:30 AM

12/9-12/13 Village Elementary PTO Book Fair

12/11 Choir Performs at the Hotel Del 3:30 PM

Family Night at the Book Fair 5:00-7:30 PM

12/12 CUSD Board Meeting @ 4:00 PM

12/18 PTO Sponsored Teacher Holiday Event

12/20- (Friday) No School- Begin Holiday Break

12/20-1/3/20 Winter Break

1/8/20 PTO Meeting 8:30 AM and 6:00 PM


Sick Days:

It is important that your child is present at school and on time, each day.

If your child is sick, throwing up, fever or diarrhea, should they be kept home. Please try to make all appointments after school to ensure connectivity and engagement throughout our multi-disciplinary programs.


If your child is tardy, your student is missing out on the integral start of the school day, where norms and procedures and daily plans are introduced and students find comfort in knowing what is coming up next in the school day and week.

Independent Study Contract: If your family will be gone for 5 days or more, please connect with the office and classroom teacher to create a independent study contract. These should be used in the rare occasion that a child may need to miss school for 5 or more days. We highly discourage these plans as it creates a disruption for learning for the students, their classmates and is an incredible about of work for our classroom teachers. Please make all vacation plan during our regular scheduled breaks.

If you feel your family needs help making a plan to come to school, we can HELP! Please connect with for a meeting and opportunity to create a family plan to help with attendance/tardies.

Village PTO Fall 2019 Calendar of Events and Activities

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CUSD School Wellness Policy Score Card Results

School wellness policies are evaluated based on the degree to which they address 67 policy items. These items are categorized into six sections:

1. Nutrition Education

2. Standards for USDA Child Nutrition Programs and School Meals

3. Nutrition Standards for Competitive and Other Foods and Beverages

4. Physical Education and Activity

5. Wellness Promotion and Marketing

6. Implementation, Evaluation and Communication

Each policy is rate "0-not mentioned, "1-weak statement," "2-meets or exceeds expectations"

The WellSAT will give you two scores: a comprehensiveness score, which reflects the extent to which recommended content areas are covered in the policy; and a strength score, which describes how strongly the content is stated. Both scores range from 0-100, with lower scores indicating less content and weaker language, and higher scores indicating more content and use of specific and directive language. This wellness assessment was tested in 2018 in a sample of 50 school districts around the country and the average comprehensiveness score was 54 and the average strength score was 33. Our district received a comprehensive score of 58 and a strength score of 48. As we have some areas of improvement, we are definitely on the right track to ensuring our district is doing it's part to keep our students and staff healthy.

Questions? Please email


2019 Action & Gala Raises Over $250,000!

Thanks for making A Day At The Races a huge success. The benefit gala, paddle raise, and online auction generated over $250,000 for STEM and Arts Pathways at our four Coronado public schools.

Giving Tuesday is Dec 3rd

Join the global giving movement. Check CSF's Facebook page Tuesday, Dec 3rd as we launch our campaign. Help us spread the word by sharing our posts. Imagine how much could be raised if everyone who sees the posts makes a donation?! Follow us as we share fundraising updates and notable alumni throughout the day. Let's fuel the dreams of our students!

Don't miss the Giving Tuesday video package produced by our aweome CMS KCMS broadcast students here!

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