Proctor Patriots

Announcements and Updates! February 20, 2019

Please make note of the following announcements and updates!

We are midway through the month of February, and there is much to share!

The Proctor Field Sinkhole

A few weeks ago we notified the school community of a sinkhole that developed in the upper field at Proctor.

Currently, our Facilities Department is in the process of finalizing the approval of a contractor based on the scope of work as indicated by the County. At this point the District cannot commence repairs until the United States Geological Service (USGS) completes its assessment. We thank you for your patience as we do our best to complete the construction on an accelerated timeline. A recent safety assessment by the USGS was just completed Wednesday, February 21st, which deemed the play structure, and black top playground safe for students and teachers, allowing us to open it up again for school use, though the field will remain closed.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you.

Crossing Guard Update!

After the recent passing of her mother, our beloved Judy has informed us that she will be returning to her crossing guard post Monday, February 25th. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Judy and her family. We looked forward in seeing her smiling face once again as she continues to keep our students and families safe.


Therefore, we still have a need for parent volunteers for one last week. We are so thankful to the parent volunteers; Sheila Warebase, Norelle Fussell, Peter Rosen, Scott Troyer, Ebony Omelagah, Dianna Allen, and Jessica Ballard for stepping up to help us during this transitional time while Judy has been out. Our staff and community thank you!


If you are able to volunteer this week, please sign-up on the Google Doc attached: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P8P5Y9OdqTk3nDyl6GpKm9udJKZUFx-VgWEGKC88N2E/edit

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Next Week it Starts! Get Walking and Rolling!

We are excited to announce that Proctor Elementary will be participating in the 2019 Golden Sneaker Contest, which is a part of the Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools program. The contest is happening from February 25 to March 8, and it encourages parents and students to reduce car trips by using active and shared transportation options such as:

 Walking

 Biking

 Skateboarding, using a scooter, or any other human-powered wheels

 Riding the school bus

 Using public transit such as AC Transit or BART

 Carpooling with other families

The Golden Sneaker Contest offers a chance for every student to participate. If you live too far fromschool to walk or roll, you can:

 Park a few blocks away and walk

 Meet up with friends who live close to school and walk or roll as a group

 Start a carpool

 Take the school bus or public transit to school


As a part of the contest, your child and their classmates will track how they get to school each day. One point will be given for each active or shared trip to school; no points will be given for arriving by car with only family members. At the end of the two-week contest period, the class with the most points will be awarded a Golden Sneaker Trophy and will celebrate their efforts with a party.

The Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools Program is a comprehensive, proven approach to getting more kids walking and biking safely to school. The program is funded by the Alameda County Transportation Commission. For more information, visit alamedacountysr2s.org.


We encourage you and your child to participate in this contest. If you have any questions, please contact the school. Have fun walking, rolling, and sharing your ride!

Incentive prizes will be awarded the K-2, and 3-5 class with the most participants.

Open Enrollment!

New Student Enrollment 2019/2020


Important Dates:

February 23: Online enrollment opens for 2019/2020

February 25-March 1: Sibling Priority Enrollment for Transitional

Kindergarten and Kindergarten



March 4: Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten enrollment begins

April 2: Grades 1-5 enrollment begins


Begin the enrollment process online at www.cv.k12.ca.us

Once you have completed the online enrollment, please call the Proctor

office to make an appointment at (510) 537-0630

No walk-ins will be accepted. You must have all the required paperwork

listed online.

Questions? Call the office at (510) 537-0630

Monday – Thursday 7:45 – 3:30 p.m.

Friday 7:45 – 2:30 p.m.

Click the link for more information about the proper documents needed for registration: https://www.cv.k12.ca.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1373081&type=d&pREC_ID=1570887

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Proctor Skate Night

Thursday, February 28th, 2019

6:30 - 9:00 PM

Golden Skate

2701 Hooper Dr.

San Ramon, CA 94583


$13 Admission


Hope to see you there!


Sponsored by the Proctor PTA

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All Things Measure G!

Here is the latest update to the Community on Measure G Projects. You can View this update HERE.


You can also read about the work that has been completed, and work that is scheduled for Proctor here:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qjMUDs3NYikpARLa2SXhM2Bj3j1bYG8j/view


Or visit the District website for more information about everything Measure G related!

https://sites.google.com/cv.k12.ca.us/cvusd-measureg/measure-g

CVUSD Board of Education

Dot Theodore, President

Gary Howard, Vice President/Clerk

Monica Lee

Jo A.S. Loss

Lavender Lee Whitaker


Superintendent

Parvin Ahmadi

Proctor Elementary School

Home of the Patriots



School Secretary: Hilda Kwan


PTA President: Alex Cimmiyotti


School Principal: Heather Ghereben