Extra!Extra! Village Families
April: Month of the Military Child
April 18th District Holiday/No School
April 20th: Wednesday, Early Release @ 1:40 PM
April 21st: SPREAD the WORD!
Village Elementary Tour for Interested New Families @ 3:00 PM- Meet at the Front of Village
April 25th-29th TB testing for all Prospective Volunteers
Head on over to CHS Back Box COVID Center for your TB Test/Survey
9:00 AM -2:30 PM -Details Below
April 25th: Angst Screening: 6:30 pm at the CHS theater. Tickets are $8 each. Register at safeharborcoronado.org/upcoming-workshops
April 26th: 5th Grade Parent Night at CMS- Granzer Hall @ 6:30 pm
Annual Spegetti Dinner- Coronado Band and Choir Fundraiser
5-8 PM, CMS Granzer Hall
Coronado RecCenter to start Summer Recreation Sign-Ups
- You will all be happy to know that our summer program registration starts at 9am on May 4th online (no more waiting for midnight!) for Coronado residents and on May 18 at 9am for everyone. Look for the Recreation Departments Summer Brochure on our website at www.coronado.ca.us/register on April 13th. Lots of great camps available for your children in parks, at the beach and at the community center this upcoming summer! We are so excited for summer camps!
May 25th: Jog-a-thon Date (More details to come)
May 26th: Open House and VAPA ArtWalk
5:00-5:30: Last Name Alpha A-M
5:30-6:00: Last Name Alpha N-Z
**Choir students come at 5:00, to be ready for choir perfomance at CMS
6:00: VES Choir Performance at CMS with Mrs. Kullman
May 30th Memorial Day Holiday/No School
June 13th: CHS Seniors Walk thru Village Elementary
June 16th 5th Grade Promotion/Last Day of School/Early Release @ 12:00
Details regarding 5th Grade Celebration Week and Promotion will be sent out this week! Stay tuned!
Specials Focus for the Month
As many of our parents know, three weeks ago we had a wonderful week-long training by Playworks. We engaged in active supervision and engagement trainings and got wonderful feedback on our programming. We implemented our Junior Coaches program for 4th and 5th grade and will expand it next year in a more robust manner. We also agreed to add new games to recess weekly, that will be taught the week before implemented in PE, teaching everyone the rules and encouraging more student participation. This week our students in grades TK-2 played Sharks and Minnows and 3rd-5th grades, 6 -line soccer.
Next week for grades TK-2: Magic Tag Link on Video-How to Play and 3rd-5th: back by popular demand, 6-line soccer.
MODEL MAGIC SCULPTURE
For the next two weeks, we will work with model magic sculpture and make pinch pots! First week we will make the creation, the next week we will paint it.
K & 1st (we don't start Media Arts until 2nd grade)
We will work on practicing music with instruments and have some art skill building VAPA centers, as well as some charades in Theatre.
2nd Grade: MEDIA ARTS
After model magic, 2nd Grade will dive into Media Arts - Procreate on the iPad! The goal is introduction lessons, and going forward, every year the students will learn progressively more skills. The Art Department purchased a color printer for VAPA so students will print one final masterpiece for their portfolio.
3rd, 4th. and 5th Grade: MEDIA ARTS
The next two weeks will be Media Arts - Procreate on the iPad! The goal is more skill building lessons for 4th and 5th, and introduction lessons for 3rd Grade. Going forward, every year the students will learn progressively more skills. The Art Department purchased a color printer for VAPA so students will print one final masterpiece for their portfolio. Each iPad is numbered, so the students need to know their class number.
In Grade K/1, students successfully tested their design and build of a model house made of straw, sticks, or bricks. Just like the 3 little pigs, we had a big bad wolf who tried to blow down the houses! Our last challenge for the year is coming: designing and building our own specialized paintbrushes.
In grade 2/3, students have been learning about the 4 forces of flight, and the parts of fixed-wing aircraft in preparation for their own design, build, and test of a model glider.
In grade 4/5, students completed their VEX kit compound machine builds and presentations. Student teams will now be taking on the final challenge of the year: designing, building, and testing a machine to rescue a trapped wild animal.
6-Line Soccer Rules
2. Next players in each line also take field - 2 teams play at a time.
3. One player per team plays Ro Sham Bo to see who starts with the ball.
4. Play! Each team tries to kick ball into opposing team’s goal.
5. Scoring team stays on the field. 6. If no score for 2 mins, players waiting in line count down from 10. If no score, settle tie with Ro Sham Bo.
1. Other team scores a goal.
2. Time limit reached and your team was less successful at Ro Sham Bo.
3. Your team has played 3 consecutive rounds
Magic Tag Rules
1. Magicians use butterfly tags to turn runners into magic wands.
2. If a player gets tagged by the
Magician, they turn into a magic wand and freeze.
3. Players stay as magic wand until two people join hands to create a circle around you and say “Abracadabra!” to undo the spell.
4. If players are not tagged, they’re avoiding the magicians and
undoing the spell for the magic wands.
Dear Parents and Kids,
The Coronado Junior Woman’s Club (CJWC) invites you to participate in the Coronado Flower Show in Spreckels Park! This event is an exciting opportunity to engage the community and showcase the childrens’ creativity in the Flower Show Youth Section.
All youth between Pre-K through 8th grade are invited to create picture plates with seeds or beans, show their green thumb by growing plants, create flower arrangements, or turn fresh fruits into animal artwork! (See details online at https://www.coronadojuniorwomans.org/coronado-flower-show-youth-section-)
All picture plates, flower arrangements, plants, and Zoo’s Whos will be displayed at the flower show and entered into a contest to win awards by grade level.
Register Now for Summer Camps in Coronado!
2022 CAASPP Testing Schedule for Village- Grades 3rd-5th
Practicing CAASPP testing at home can be helpful and highly encouraged! See the link here!
Have questions about the CAASPP test? Here is a link for common questions and answers and understanding the structure of the CAASPP.
Volunteering at Village
TB Needed for Volunteering-Please Read!
Interested in Volunteering at Village Elementary?
The volunteer assistance you provide in our schools is valuable. We recognize your experience will enrich the educational program, increase supervision of students and contribute to school safety while strengthening our schools’ relationships with the community.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer for the CUSD, please contact Tanya Villegas in the Human Resources Department of the district office. You may contact her by phone or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
To become a volunteer the following procedures and documents must be completed. You can access these documents simply by clicking the links below.
- School Volunteer Application
- Verification of a negative Tuberculosis Test (TB) within the past four years
- Must show proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Status
We thank you for your service to our students and school community.
To volunteer in the public schools, TB test and DOJ/FBI fingerprint documents must be submitted to human resources.
Frequently Asked Questions - Regarding Fingerprints
The attached document contains answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Have you joined PTO? Our goal is 100% participation! Let's Do This!!
The Jog-a-thon Committee is looking for volunteers! We will be meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, April 13th at 7:30pm. Please reach out to us at email@example.com if interested!Event planning volunteers
- Community outreach
- T-shirt order forms
- Managing donations
- Student/ teacher packets
Field volunteers on May 25
- Field support during the event
IMPORTANT: In-person volunteers MUST have Volunteer Application completed ahead of time. This includes proof of Covid Vaccination and TB tests (see flyer again below). Applications are dropped off to the main CUSD district office on 6th Ave - allow a few days for processing time.
NOTE: this is good for 4 years and you will be cleared across all CUSD schools.
Safe Harbor News
Coronado Public Library April Events for the Coronado Community Read for Kids
Hi Village Families! Miss Natalie, the Coronado Public Children's Librarian will be with us all week at Village Library sharing the Coronado Community Read books for students and highlighting all the exciting events taking place this month (April) at the public library.
There will be author visits for both student books: Ty the Quiet Giraffe by Carrie Hasler and Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer L. Holm. Artist, Joel Anderson will be there this Thursday afternoon as well (registration required). Below is the April flyer highlighting the children's programs and here is the link for author Jennifer L. Holm's visit. In addition to Turtle in Paradise, Ms. Holm's has written the popular graphic novel series: Babymouse & "Sunny" books, The Fourteenth Goldfish, and The Lion of Mars (a CA Young Reader Medal Intermediate nominee for next school year).
Please take advantage of the great programming that our public library has to offer!
Care Solace: Our district has partnered with Care Solace to help students and their families quickly connect to verified mental health and substance use treatment providers in our community. Our counselors can help connect you directly to their support, you can call them at 888-515-0595, or search anonymously at www.caresolace.com/coronadousd.
Their Care Companion team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language. Your Care Companion will make phone calls on your behalf to find and book appointments with providers who are matched to your needs. Care Solace has access to thousands of providers or programs that work with all insurances, Medicaid, or offer sliding scale or private payment options. For more information or questions please reach out to your student’s counselor.
We Tip Reporting System
WeTip Reporting System
The school district has launched a new concerned person online reporting system called We Tip. Students may use this to report any bullying, harassment, abuse, or safety concerns and it is 100% anonymous and confidential. The system offers three ways to report (text, phone, and QR code). This reporting tool is available 24/7, even when our school is closed. To make a report go to the ‘See Something, Say Something – We Tip’ button on our website, counseling PowerSchool page or find the poster around campus. See the flyer below for additional information.
Click below or use the QR Code
COVID 19 Protocols:
COVID Protocols- Please Read Carefully
Absences NOT Related to Illness should be reported via pre-COVID protocols (phone/email/paper absence notes). Contact Attendance Technician, Melinda Clay @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Absences - STUDENT ILLNESS: Student Absence Reporting Form:
- USE THIS Village Absence Reporting Form. A member of our COVID Response Team will review the information you submit and contact you for additional information, if necessary. Students who are sick must be cleared before returning to campus. All students who have been absent from school must report to the office before going to class. If their absence has not been cleared, parents will be notified. Thank you for your support in adhering to this policy.
Student Returning to School After CCD: All students must check in at the front office with Mrs. Clay in attendance to receive their health pass if they did not print thiers out when sent to them.
Students Presenting Symptoms of COVID19 (Symptomatic)
Students with Covid-related symptoms must provide documentation of a negative molecular test (PCR, NAAT or LAMP) to return to school. Test results should be emailed to COVIDteam@coronadousd.net. Once the test is accepted, students will receive a “pass” to return to school.
Vaccination Status: The current decision tree allows close contacts who are asymptomatic and vaccinated to remain in school. Please complete this optional form to verify your student’s vaccination status. https://bit.ly/3jBGytn
MASK Protocols: Please take the opportunity to review the district’s mask enforcement protocols and mask guidelines from the CDC with your student. Information can be found by following this link: https://bit.ly/2W2d0MA
Concurrent Curriculum Delivery (CCD) CUSD in collaboration with our teachers, have agreed to provide Concurrent Curriculum Delivery via Zoom to students if they are directed to quarantine or isolate. This program is only available to students directed not to attend in person by the COVID Command Center.
Sample CCD Format for the Elementary Aged Student:
ELA: 1 Hour of Whole Group Instruction with Benchmark and Writing Instruction
Math: Whole Group instruction for 1 Hour and 15 minutes of Number Corner
Sanford Harmony: 15-20 minutes
Specials on Googel Classroom
Social Studies and Science
COVID Team Center: The center is open daily from 8-3. Parents/staff can leave messages and a team member will follow up. Phone: 619-437-1305 Ext:1040