Village and ECDC Family Newsletter

September 16th -20th

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Important Dates

9/23/19

Principal's Tea

8:30 AM at Village in Village Hall

Check in Office early- Bring Photo ID

Coffee and Tea provided


9/26/19

Late Start Thursday

10:00 AM Start Time for Village (Gates open at 9:50 am)

10:10 AM Start Time for ECDC (Gates open at 10:00 am)


9/27/19

Kona Ice Day

After School, in parking lot across from BBMAC Pool


10/1 and 10/2 Picture Day (More Details to Come)

10/10 CSF Auction Begins

10/18 4:30 pm Village PTO Fall Festival

10/19 CSF Gala

Spirit Days

Remember to wear Red, White and Blue every Friday!
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Specials Schedules Altered to Accommodate Band


We will be altering the specials schedules in rotations so that all students who are participating in band will not miss the same specials every day. This will not impact our overall master bell schedule. Logistics will be worked out with specials teachers and more information will come.

In Case You Missed It.... Information from Last Week's Bulletin

Heat Day Policy

CUSD Heat Day Release Guidelines


We have been warming up here in Coronado! I wanted to let you know about our Heat Day, Early Release guidelines, see below!


Please note: The Superintendent will base any decision of a potential Heat Day Release on information provided by reputable forecasts consisting of a temperature or Heat Index of 90 degrees or higher and/or high temperatures forecast for more than one day. If heat Index of 90 degrees or higher are in the forecast for more than 1 day, the Heat Day must be declared before 7:00 pm for the following day.


For more information, please see below.


https://coronadousd.net/static/media/uploads/Coronado%20Unified%20School%20District/superintendent/Supt%20Forms/Heat%20Day%20Procedures%20for%20CUSD%20revised%2010-24-2017.pdf


On warm days, 85 or higher, PE activity is reduced accordingly. We advise sending your student with a bottle of water to have with them in class and on the playground, during physical activity. We have refillable water stations near the Upper and Lower playgrounds. We always allow students to rest in shady areas if they so choose, during recess times. We pay close attention to student needs and respect their personal heat indexes.

Volunteering at Village and ECDC

Parents who volunteer at Village hold immense responsibility. Please know that if you volunteer or substitute teach at Village you are held to the same high standards that our teachers hold for confidentiality and professionalism. We will not tolerate violations of this policy, as our students safety and welfare is at stake. If you have any questions or concerns about a student that you are working with, please see the classroom teacher or administration to address your concerns.


Here is the link to the CUSD Volunteer Information Page

Interested in Helping?? Please see below for these exciting events coming up!

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Afterschool Activities-

Coronado Library Programs for Students- FYI

Explore the Microcosmos with Foldscopes

Join the worldwide movement of microscope makers by building your own Foldscope, the portable paper microscope. We will also introduce the design principles of microscopes and learn how to prepare slides to explore a variety of samples. This program is open to all ages, but scientists under 12 should bring an adult collaborator. Register by family or for single participants at the Children's Reference desk or call the Library at 619-522-7390.

Saturday, Sept 14 at 2-4pm, Winn Room

Brain Workshop

Have you ever wanted to see a real brain? Come to the Brain Workshop where scientists from SDSU Brain Development Imaging Labs will dissect a sheep's brain. Attendees will get a chance to touch or even hold the brain! Register by calling the Library at 619-522-7390 or signing up at the Children's Reference Desk. For grades 1-5.

Thursday, Sept 19 at 3:30pm, Ruby Room

Makey Makey Workshop

With the use of Scratch programming (developed

at MIT) and Makey Makey hardware, we are going to explore how different sounds are created and create our own interpretations of a common musical instrument ... the xylophone! Register by calling the Library at 619-522-7390 or at the Children's Reference Desk. For grades 1-5.

Thursday, Sept 26 at 3:30pm, Ruby Room

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