Doyle Elementary Weekly Update

January 17-21

Martin Luther King Jr. Day- NO SCHOOL

School will be closed on Monday, January 17th in observance for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. School will resume on Tuesday, January 18th.

Important Upcoming Dates to Remember

  • February 18th-21st - Presidents Weekend NO SCHOOL
  • March 21st-25th- Parent Teacher Conferences MINIMUM DAYS
  • March 28th-April 1st- Spring Break NO SCHOOL

Join the Doyle Noon Duty Staff

Doyle is looking for additional Noon Duty Assistants. Our noon duty assistants are responsible for supervising the students during lunch and recess. If you are interested in applying for the position, please email Mrs. Naomi at nvelezmack@sandi.net.

Join the Doyle PTA Board

Nominations for the 2022-23 Doyle PTA Board are now open! All positions are available! If you know of someone that would be a great addition to our PTA Board, please let us know at info@doylepta.org! Self-nominations are welcome! More information at http://doylepta.org/volunteer.html

Movie at Home

The Doyle PTA has 5 movies remaining for January as part of our Movies at Home series: Selma, Hidden Figures, Paddington, Paddington 2, and the Paw Patrol Movie. Please look for emails from the Doyle PTA (info@doylepta.org) on how to watch these movies on January 6th and January 20th. If you need a copy of the email, just email us (info@doylepta.org) and we can forward it to you!

California Reads

We have a little less than 2 months left on our California Reads program -- plenty of time to earn your prizes! More information on the program and how to join the Google Classroom can be found at: http://doylepta.org/california-reads.html

Did you miss our Parent Coffee?

Principal Lopez discussed COVID updates and construction timelines with parents. Here is the slideshow that was discussed for your information.

Message from the District

The San Diego Unified School District issued a message about managing the COVID 19 Surge. You can view the message that was sent January 13th here.

Summative ELPAC Testing

Summative ELPAC testing window for English Learners is February 1st-March 11th. ELPAC Resources for Parents

Parent/Guardian Workshops

San Diego Unified’s School Site Wellness Committees are promoting these district-facilitated parenting workshops. Each month, there will be a new topic discussed. Save the date for these free drop in Zoom workshops.



  • Week One/January 10: Building Warm Positive Relationships and Strong Attachment through Play
  • Week Two/January 17: Positive Attention, Encouragement and Praise

  • Week Three/January 24: Tangible Rewards, Incentives and Celebrations
  • Week Four/January 31: Tangible Rewards, Incentives and Celebrations, Cont’d
  • Week Five/February 7: Rules, Routines and Responsibilities
  • Week Six/February 14: Limit Setting
  • Week Seven/February 21: Ignoring
  • Week Eight/February 28: Time Out to Calm Down
  • Week Nine/March 7: Natural & Logical Consequences
  • Week Ten/March 14: Fostering Good Learning Habits

COVID Test Result Submission

Were you asked by the Doyle health office to submit a Negative COVID test before returning to school? If so, please upload your results here. Our health office staff varies through the week and we want to make sure the messages are received.

If you have not been asked there is no need to do this. You child is able to come to school.

Parent Reminders

MASKS: Please make sure you are wearing your mask when you are on campus. The Doyle campus extends to the first Doyle sign (before entering the traffic circle). Every person is required to wear their mask regardless of vaccination status.


TRAFFIC CIRCLE: Please have your child ready with their belongings on the passenger side of the car. No person should get out of their car on the left/driver side of the car. If you need to get out with your child, park off campus and walk in. Please make sure you are also obeying all street signs. No cars should be parked in the red zone or in the middle of a crosswalk.


TK/KINDERGARTEN AND 1ST GRADE PARENTS: Please make sure to bring your childs sign to indicate who you are picking up. This helps the process move faster and keeps everyone safe. We ask that you do not call a teacher to the gate to tell them who you are looking for. The signs are to keep your family and our school community safe.


Thank you for your cooperation.