Village and ECDC Family Newsletter

January 27th-31st

Upcoming Dates

January

Monday, 1/27/20:

Great Kindness Challenge- See Flyer Below

Sponsored by Student Council (Individual Teachers will plan for their classes)


Tuesday, 1/28/20:

MAP Testing- Math for 5th Grade


Wednesday, 1/29/20:

ELAC (English Language Acquisition Committee) Meeting @ 8:30 AM

MAP Testing- Math for 4th Grade

CSF Fundraiser at the Henry


Thursday, 1/30/20:

Late Start Thursday -Village Begins at 10:00 AM and ECDC at 10:10 AM

MAP Testing- Math for 2nd Grade

CSF Fundraiser at the Henry


Friday, 1/31/20:

5th Grade Colonial Day...Welcome Silver Strand Elementary!

(All Volunteers from Silver Strand and Village need a TB test on file in order to volunteer for the event- Per CUSD District Policy)

MAP Testing- Math for 1st and 3rd Grade


Following Weeks:

February:

2/3/20: National Counseling Week and "Like" Movie

NEW UPDATE *** 5th Grade Students are encouraged to attend WITH their parents.

2/7/20: ACE Assembly in Village Hall

2/10/20: Principal's Tea- Village Hall

2/13/20: CUSD Board Meeting

2/14 and 2/17/20 No School-President's Weekend

2/25/20: Winter Box Top Collection Due- Bring Box Tops to your child's teacher!

2/22/20: Coronado's Got Talent (Auditions are 1/12)

2/24/20: Community Read at Village and ECDC in collaboration with the Coronado Library

2/27/20: School Tour #2 @ 8:30 AM and 6:00 PM (Tour is for new or prospective families to Village and currently enrolled TK and K students moving to Village in Fall 2020)

2/29/20: Arts Extravaganza (Saturday Event: TK-5, 8:00 am- noon, Free event- Open to first 80 students) Permission Slips to be sent out 2/3/2020 in Monday Folders


March:

3/2/20: Read Across America- Details to Come and School Site Council Meeting

3/12/20: Village and ECDC Open House-- Details to Come

3/18/20: CSF Telethon

3/19/20: Last Late Start Thursday -School Begins at 10:00 AM

3/25/20: Village Jog a Thon 8:30 (Grade level running times, TBD)

3/26/20: ECDC Jog a Thon 10:30- 11:30 (TK Dismissal @ 11:50)

3/28-4/5/20: Spring Break


April:

4/6/20: Assistant Principal's Week

4/7-4/9 Parent Teacher Conferences- Early Release (For students below benchmarks)

4/10-4/13/20 No School- Easter Weekend

4/15/20 School Librarian Day

4/30/20: Bingo for Books`-Details to Come


May:

5/4/20: School Site Council and Teacher Appreciation Week Begins

5/5/20: Day of the Teacher

5/6/20: School Nurse's Day

5/8/20: School Lunch Hero Day

5/18/20: Classified School Employee Week Begins

5/21/20: Art Walk and Art Auction @ Village (New Format: A whole family event!)

5/25/20: Memorial Day- No School


June:

6/11/20: Last Day of School

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Addition MAP Testing Information for Parents

1. MAP Testing is an online test that all students from Kinder -5th Grade take, as planned by our Admin Team.


2. MAP Testing takes place on computers and mirrors similar activities previously performed on the computer. In K, it is taken in the computer lab, at a scheduled time during the AM hours. In grades 1st-5th, the test is taken in the classroom with individual laptops.


3. Computers are set up for whole class testing, and students will receive help logging off and on the computer as needed by the classroom teacher. If a student has technological issues during the MAP test, they are instructed to raise their hands for assistance. We work closely with our Tech Department to ensure our devices are working properly before the test.


4. MAP total testing times vary in length (although unlimited time given) and are standardized by grade level. Approx. 30 minutes in K and up to 75 minutes in 5th grade. Breaks are given by teachers and students are encouraged to take mental breaks (these are practiced throughout the year).


5. MAP Tests are adaptive in nature and subsequent items on the MAP Test are presented to students based on previously answered items at the beginning of the test. For example, if your child answers a question correctly, the next question is more challenging. If they answer incorrectly, the next one is easier.


6. If students are absent on the day of the test, an opportunity to retake the test will be given.


7. All accommodations on current 504's and IEPs will be honored during the MAP Test.


Most Importantly....

MAP Testing Results are ONE snapshot of student academic progress. We use this measurement, alongside MANY other forms of assessment (formal and informal) to gauge progress. Encourage students to do their best- as you would do any other day, with any other assignment or test.


More Questions? Please see the NWEA.org/Parent-Toolkit.

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CSF Events

Win a 6-passanger Golf Cart!

https://www.csfkids.org/news-events/opportunity-drawing.html


Feb 22 Coronado’s Talent Show

Benefits CoSA and CSF

Tickets are on sale now and will sell out! Purchase your tickets today at https://coronadostalent.tix.com/schedule.aspx?orgnum=6292&memberid=test6292


CSF Telethon March 18th

5-9pm at the CHS Theater

https://www.csfkids.org/news-events/telethon.html

Coronado Schools Foundation ®

201 Sixth Street∙Coronado, CA ∙92118

619.437.8059, Ext. 6 ∙ CSFKIDS.ORG

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Coronado Safe Talk

Coronado Safe Website

https://coronadosafe.org/

"Like" the Movie-Hosted by Coronado SAFE


5th Grade Students are ENCOURAGED to attend WITH Parents.

4th Grade Parents- Come see what all the hype is about!


Buy Tickets by clicking here

Link to event on Facebook

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A Note from Mrs. Trinidad: Innovation Lab Teacher


Students are working diligently in our newly launched Innovation Lab. It’s only been a few weeks, and I’m already so proud and pleased at how eager and engaged they have been in our learning! 4th and 5th grade students are exploring the science of flight. This past week, they build teeter-totters to explore balanced and unbalanced forces. In grades 1,2,3 our students have been exploring structure and function of everyday objects. Pairs of students went on a photo scavenger hunt with their iPads to think deeper about the structure and function of an object of their choice. We are learning that we each have the talents and skills required to be engineers and designers.
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Parking in Back Lot- For Teachers Only 7th Street (In between CHS and Green Field)

Parents, please find alternative parking during the morning drop off. Since returning from break, more parents have been parking in the back lot, on 7th Street (between CHS and Green Field). This lot is reserved for teachers and CUSD staff. If dropping your students off for school, please find other parking on the nearby streets. We thank you for your patience and flexibility.

Paid After School Options

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