The official e-newsletter of Corona Elementary
March 6, 2022
As we enter March, we can start to see the end of the 2021-2022 school year right around the corner. With this nearing the end of the school year, comes Parent-Teacher Conferences which will take place March 14-18. These meetings, which will be held via Zoom, provide an opportunity for parents and teachers to discuss the progress that has been made after two-thirds of the school year. Part of this discussion will entail an update on the diagnostic results from iReady which were administered to students in February. The third of four scheduled tests will provide specific information regarding students' academic growth in Reading and Math. Teachers will also provide updated grades in all areas via the report card. This important discussion should provide parents with some essential information to work in partnership with their child and teacher to establish some specific goals for the end of the school year. Said goals are sure to provide students an opportunity to successfully start the 2022-2023 school year.
Dr. Sal Flores
Principal, Corona Elementary
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
Join fellow Corona parents, students, teachers, staff and families on Thursday, April 28th as we take the Corona show on the road to Quakes stadium.
Tickets are the same as the general admission cost, a portion of ticket sales benefit our Corona Eagles PTO.
Corona Eagles SOAR to Excellence
Safety—follow school rules and directions given by adults
Organized—have assignments, agendas, and school supplies organized
Accountable—accept responsibility for your actions, learn from mistakes
Respectful—treat others the way you want to be treated, be kind and considerate
Remember to follow the SOAR guidelines in the classroom, restroom, computer lab, library,
office, on the playground and all areas of the campus.
Parent Teacher Conference Week is March 14-18
Eagle Eye On...
Ms. Ana Rizo
Hello, my name is Ana Mari Rizo. I grew up in Imperial, a small town located in the far southeast region of California known for its agriculture. I attended school in the Imperial Unified School District where I graduated from Imperial High School.
I grew up in a low income family with very supportive parents. Living in a small home and being the second youngest of six sisters, I attended school in the Imperial Unified School District where I graduated from Imperial High School. Right out of high school I moved to West Covina and attended Cal State Fullerton where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Communications. I was the first in the family to earn a college degree.
I am currently on a short term contract with OMSD supporting the front office at Mariposa Elementary in the mornings and here at Corona in the afternoons. I love being able to interact with students and staff as well as being able to help our Corona families. One of the many things I like about Corona is its vibrant and welcoming school culture. I am so thankful that everyone at Corona has taken me in as one of their own.
I have a wonderful family of my own. My amazing husband Josh and I have two children. My oldest, Joshleen, is currently an eighth grader who enjoys playing in the mariachi, sports and drinking boba. My youngest, Joshua, is a very active 2nd grader. He loves taekwondo, wrestling and video games. I also have a 10 year old cat named Winnie. We spend our free time attending sporting events such as hockey and baseball. We enjoy going to the Ontario Reign and LA Dodger games. We also like to spend time with the family at Knott’s Berry Farm and Universal Studios.
If I could give one piece of advice to parents, it would be to take advantage of the resources available to all the OMSD families. The Parent education center offers free classes to learn English, typing and courses to help our kids do better in school.
Congratulations to our February Reading Counts Leaders!
Mojica Garcia, Citlali
Garcia Ramirez, Billy
February Reading Counts Report
Year-to-date Reading Counts Report
Corona Total Words Read: 11,655,701
March Calendar of Events
- 1-4 - Read Across America Week
- 2 - Parent Engagement Academy II @8:30-10am
- 2 - After School Library@2:45-4pm
- 2 - Coding Club @3-4pm
- 3 - SOAR Store (all recesses)
- 3 - Robotics @3-4pm
- 3 - After School Library @2:45-4pm
- 3 - Open House @5pm/5:45pm
- 4 - Student of the Month/Eagle Awards
- 4 - Minimum Day (Dismissal TK/K @12:30pm, Gr. 1st-6th @12:45pm)
- 5 - Attendance Make-Up Academy @8am-12noon
- 5 - OMSD Art & Food Festival @Oaks MS
- 7 - Corona Idol-National Anthem Auditions @3-4pm
- 8 - International Women's Day
- 8 - Special Education Parent (SEPAC) Meeting @3:30-4:15pm
- 9 - Parent Engagement Academy II @8:30-10am
- 9 - After School Library @2:45-4pm
- 9 - Coding Club @3-4pm
- 9 - English Learner Parent (SELPAC) Meeting @5pm
- 10 - Chat with the Principal @8:15am
- 10 - SOAR Store (all recesses)
- 10 - After School Library @2:45-4pm
- 10 - Robotics @3-4pm
- 10 - TED-Ed Club @3-4pm
- 11 - Dental Screening @8-11:20am
- 11 - After School Music @2:45pm
- 14-18 - Parent-Teacher Conference Week (Dismissal TK/K 12:30pm, 1st-6th 12:45pm)
- 14 - Pi Day
- 15 - Silly String Dr. Flores
- 16 - Parent Engagement Academy II @8:30-10am
- 18 - Spring Picture Day
- 18 - THINK Together Non-Program Day
- 21 - World Poetry Day
- 21-25 - SPRING BREAK
- 28 - Corona School Site Council Meeting @3:00pm
- 28 - After School Library @2:45-4pm
- 30 - After School Library @2:45-4pm
- 30 - Coding Club @3-4pm
- 31 - Cesar Chavez Day
- 31 - SOAR Store (all recesses)
- 31 - After School Library @2:45-4pm
- 31 - Robotics @3-4pm
- 31 - TED-Ed Club @3-4pm
March's SEL Theme
RELATIONSHIP SKILLS: Relationship Building and Teamwork
During the month of March, your child’s SEL instruction will dive deeper into Relationship Skills through relationship building and teamwork. Students will learn how to establish and maintain healthy relationships with diverse individuals and groups, and how to accomplish a common goal within a team through individual roles and responsibilities.