Reynolds Family Weekly Newsletter

October 2, 2022

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Message from Admin

Reynolds Families,

As a reminder there will be no school this Monday, October 3rd. It is a district wide Professional Development Day.

We ended September by celebrating our Students of the Month. Each teacher recognized students that demonstrated respect and responsibility during the month of September. We are so proud of these student.

October will be a very busy month.We will hold parent/caregiver-teacher conferences from October 17-October 24. Teacher will be communicating with you to set up a time for the conference. Also during conference week, students will be dismissed at 1:05 everyday. Please make necessary arrangements to have your child picked up on time.

On Friday October 7th we will be hosting Coffee with the Principal from 9:00-9:30 am in the MPR. This is an informal time to meet with the admin team.

Take time to read about all the events that PTO will host this month.

Thank you for your continued support,

Mrs. Liliana Gordon-Gonzalez, Principal

Mrs. Berlinda Akao, Assistant Principal

Congratulations to our September Students of the Month

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Non Student Days for Staff Professional Development Days

Our school calendar for 2022-2023 has three additional non-student days on Mondays throughout the year.

The last dates that students will not attend school will be 3/13/23.

Please keep these dates in mind and make necessary arrangements.

Oceanside Unified is Hiring

If you or someone you know is interested in working with students our district is hiring. Great opportunity for someone that is looking to work with students.
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Counselor's Corner

Hello Reynolds Families,

Happy October,

October is a month of fun and spooky activities. A few highlights for October include self-management classroom lessons, Red Ribbon Week, National Bullying Prevention Month, and the Halloween parade.

Octobers classroom lessons will focus on Self-Management. Self-management is the ability to regulate our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in different situations. This helps us make good choices and work toward personal and academic goals.

This year's Red Ribbon Week will take place Oct 23rd-31st, and the theme is "Celebrate Life. Live Drug-Free." In the last week of October, we will be hosting some activities for Red Ribbon Week.

Have a great week.

September Newsletter

Oscar Torrico, M.A, P.P.S

School Counselor

Reynolds Elementary School


PTO News

Happy October! The Parent Teacher Organization has some fun things going on this month. Be sure to mark your calendars for these dates:

9/29 - 10/13: Charleston Wrap Fundraiser

10/4: PTO General Meeting (6 pm in the school library)

10/18: Dinner Night Out at Killer Pizza from Mars

10/28: Harvest Fair at Reynolds

We are currently fundraising through Charleston Wrap! Your student should have brought home a packet of information on how to register and participate. Sales will help your student win prizes (turn in your coupons for a chance to win the giant plush Googly!) and the proceeds from this fundraiser benefit each grade level for their events and activities. If you have questions, you can email us at Please note, students who have combined accounts through Charleston Wrap will not receive individual prizes, but one student in your combined account will receive the prizes on their behalf.

All are welcome to join us at our 2nd general PTO meeting this Tuesday night at 6 pm. We will be discussing upcoming goals, current supply needs and give more information on the upcoming Harvest Fair!

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Volunteer Guidelines

We welcome volunteers back on campus. If interested in volunteering in the classroom please contact teacher directly.
Volunteer Levels

Ice Cream Sales on Fridays

Reynolds' cafeteria will begin selling ice cream starting this Friday. Students can purchase an ice cream or a cookie for $1.00. The sales will only be on Fridays. If you wish your child to purchase a treat please send them with only one dollar ($1.00).

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2022- 2023 Bell Schedule and School Calendar

Please refer to OUSD calendar as there are 3 additional non-student days on Mondays throughout the school year: Sept. 19, Oct. 3, March 13.

  • Grades 1-5:

    • Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays: 8:55 AM-3:35 PM
    • Wednesdays and other scheduled Minimum Days: 8:55 AM-1:05 PM


    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:55 AM- 2:50 PM
    • Wednesdays and other scheduled Minimum Days: 8:55 AM-1:05 PM

No Dogs on Campus

The OUSD Board of Education approved a District Policy that prohibits dogs on campus, for the safety and health of all our students and staff. Please do not bring your dog if you walk your student to school.

Important Dates

10/3 No School -- All staff Professional Development Day

9/29 - 10/13: Charleston Wrap Fundraiser

10/4: PTO General Meeting (6 pm in the school library)

10/17-24 Parent/Caregiver Conferences -- Early Dismissal

10/18: Dinner Night Out at Killer Pizza from Mars

10/28: Harvest Fair at Reynolds

10/28 Reynolds' Harvest Fair. 5 to 7 pm

Student Arrival and Dismissal

A huge thank you families for your patience during dismissal. We ask that you continue to follow our procedures to keep all students, families and staff safe.

We are asking you to be patient during arrival and dismissal due to excess traffic. We have set procedures for car drop off and pick up. No double parking will be allowed. This is for the safety of all students.

Arrival Reminders ALL Grades:

  • Please drive up all the way up to drop off your student
  • Please stay in your car as you drop off your student
  • All parents stay in car lane to drop off your student and DO NOT cut off other cars in line or double park to get out and walk your child

Dismissal Reminders :

  • Please drive up all the way up as staff will escort your student toward your car
  • Please do not double park and ask your student to cross in between cars
  • Please keep the line moving; your child will walk to your car

Back gate

  • Opens for Arrival at 8:25 am for all students to come onto campus.
  • Opens for Dismissal at 3:35 pm for only 1st to 5th grade students.
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ASAP -- After School Program

Greetings Parents,

Are interested in the after school program for the school year 2022 - 2023? If so, please fill out the following interest form:

If you have any questions please contact ASAP at 760-916-5472.

Care Solace

Oceanside Unified School District has partnered with Care Solace to support our community’s mental health.

If you or a family member is looking for help with mental health or substance use, Care Solace can quickly find treatment options matched to your needs, regardless of the circumstance.

Care Solace’s care navigation services are confidential and complimentary to Oceanside Unified School District’s students, staff, and their families. Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language.

If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:

  • Call 888-515-0595 available 24/7/365

Visit and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.

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