Village Elementary Families

Week of October 24th-28th

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Village Updates and Reminders

Family-Teacher Conferences:

This week is family-teacher conferences at Village! Students are released at 1:40 pm each day this week. Please make sure that studentis picked up on time. We look forward to sharing the first 8 weeks of progress with you, during the conference. Your student has been working very hard and we have so much to share! Our goal in our SPSA (School Site Plan for Achievement) is 100% attendance rate. Thank you for attending conferences!



Village Running Club is BACK!

LAST CALL! Interested in signing your student up?

See Permision Slip Link and fill our completely by October 26th

https://forms.gle/9t5mL6Jz7fKYDi1fA


Morning Gates:

Village will be closing our morning gates at 8:10 am sharp. Please know we must do this because gate supervision staff need to be in their classroom at 8:10 am to support students. Asking staff to keep the gates open for late entries impacts our classroom supports and supervision. Thank you for understanding and entering through the office at 8:10 am or later. We appreciate everyone being on time, each day. Instruction starts at 8:10 am and we want everyone to have the same opportunity to begin the day with their classmates and getting off to a great school start each day.



Village Weekly Updates on Recess Games and MTSS Behavior Review :

Every week, we offer two "spotlight" games for students in order to spark new interest in games and learn new skills. We introduce games during PE time the week before and then the games are showcased at recess the following week.


Recess Games of the Week:

K-3: Lower Playground. Skunk Tag

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcV0PEM7JOI


4-5: Upper Playground. 6-line Soccer

Instructions: https://www.playworks.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/6-Lines-Soccer-Rules-Poster.pdf


Weekly Campus Expectation Review: Common Areas (See poster below)


Superhero Character Monthly Focus: October-Responsibility


Superhero Ticket Protocol:

  • Prizes will be distributed on Wednesday and Friday, afterschool, in front of the office.
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Important Dates

**Every Wednesday is Early Dismissal at 1:40 pm**

October:

This Week:

Upcoming Weeks:

10/24-28: Fall Family Conferences; Dismissal at 1:40 pm all week for grades K-5.

10/28: Stock the lounge- Village Staff Souper Luncheon- We need volunteers! Sign Up here: https://villagepto.org/volunteer/


Next Week:

10/31: Book Character Dress Up Day


November:

11/11: Veterans Day--No School

11/12: CSF Gala: Denim and Diamonds at the Hotel Del! Save the date!

11/21-25: Thanksgiving Holiday-No School

12/3: Artisian Alley- Fall Craft Fair benefiting Coronado Band and Choir

12/15: Band and Choir Holiday Concert at CHS 6:00pm

12/19 -1/2: Winter Holiday-No School

1/16: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday-No School

1/27: Teacher Workday-No School

2/13: Presidents Day-No School

2/20: Presidents Day-No School

3/2: Read Across America

3/3: Band and Choir Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

3/22: CSF Telethon- Band and Choir Participates- More Information to come

3/27 through 3/31: Spring Break Holiday-No School

4/10: District Holiday-No School

4/12-14: Family Conferences by Invitation; School Dismissal at 1:40 pm for Grades K-5 W-F.

5/1-5: Certificated (Teacher) Appreciation Week

5/4: Choir Spring Concert (Details to come!)

5/22-27: Classified Employee Appreciation Week

5/29: Memorial Day-No School

6/15: Last Day of School; NOON dismissal for grades K-5, Promotion @ 8:30 am

Village PTO News

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See our October PTO Newsletter!
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Visit our PTO Website!

Become a Member-Click Below! Our goal is 100%

Welcome Village Preschool to Village PTO!
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SPIRT DAY: DRESS LIKE A BOOK CHARACTER UP OR SUPERHERO


Village is welcoming our students to wear seasonal tee shirts, outfits or simple costumes, making a connection to their favorite book character or superhero on Monday, October 31st.


***Important***

No masks, scary makeup, stained hair dye, props, or scary/gore.


If your child has the book at home that mirrors their favorite character outfit/costume, please have them bring the book in with them to share. It is not mandatory for students to come dressed in character, but are welcomed to participate. Dressing up is optional.


We also do not expect that parents to go out and purchase an additional costume. If you celebrate Halloween and are going to dress up, search online and make the connection to a book character. We are sure you will be able to find any pre-determined costume meet the character connection requirement.


If costume is deemed inappropriate by admin, students will be asked to change. We are using this opportunity to connect to literature in a fun and spirited manner. Thank you for your help in making sure all outfits worn are elementary school age appropriate.

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Girl Scout Troop 6561 is collecting old but gently used and new Halloween costumes. Take this opportunity to clean out your closets and make a child's Halloween special! The costumes will be donated to the Monarch School for underprivileged children in San Diego. We encourage you or your child to bring in costumes and drop them off in the bin in your school's office. The drive will begin on Friday, October 14th and end on Monday, November 7th, giving you the opportunity to give old costumes for this Halloween, and then donate your recent costumes for the kids next year. If you have any questions, please contact nadohalloweencostumedrive@gmail.com. Thank you for your support!

New Village Breakfast and Lunch Menu 10/17/2022 -12/16/2022

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Don't miss the Coronado Schools Foundation Annual Gala and Benefit Auction


Hold on to your hats, we are back in the saddle for the CSF Annual Gala and Auction! This year’s event promises to be a two-steppin' good time with the adults blinged out in “Denim & Diamonds” to raise money for the kids, with proceeds benefitting Coronado’s public schools through CSF. Plus, don't miss the chance to be among the first to see the Hotel Del's gorgeous new Southpointe Ballroom!


Tickets on Sale Now!

This popular event WILL sell out so grab your tickets now! Early-bird pricing ends September 30th.


#CSFDenimandDiamonds


Thank you for being supporting CSF and the Islander families! If you want to learn more about what who we are and what CSF funds at your site, please visit: csfkids.org

Social Media Links

SCHOOL-BASED MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELORS (MFLC)

SCHOOL-BASED MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR

Your school-based MFLC is here and ready to listen and provide feedback to support military students and parents through short-term, situational, problem-solving counseling sessions. Start your conversation today! Complete the MFLC Parent Acknowledgement Form attached and return it to your school site front office or classroom teacher.

· Village Elementary (TK-5th Grade), Kimberly La Sala – 619-816-0320


Link to Permission Slip: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bz3qxn_BuyvasPVGh6AP7mM0KWwK37zs6OJBwMco6u8/edit

Village Elementary Handbook

Please review information in the handbook. Important information regarding absences, technology, school expectations and much, much more!

Key Links

Key Links and Resources

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Important Information about Village Elementary: Get Involved!

Village Parent and Teacher Organization (PTO):

Please, please become a member of PTO! Without the generous membership donations of time and money, Village would not be the incredible school that it is today! PTO pays for field trips, assemblies and presentations, grade level and teacher funding and school culture building. They host several events throughout the year like the Jog-a-thon, Bingo for Books, and Movie nights! Please check out our Village PTO page for more information and announcements.


Coronado Schools Foundation (CSF):

CSF is the Coronado Schools Foundation and is separate from our Village PTO. CSF raises money for special programs and pathways at Village. Our Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA), Innovation Lab (ILAB), Band and Choir are all paid for by CSF. Without your generous donations, our students would not be provided these opportunities. Please consider signing up for Hive365 to help keep our programs alive and thriving for our students.


Volunteering:

Volunteering will be in full swing. In order to volunteer you must complete the volunteer application. This includes a negative TB test within the last 4 years, no exceptions. Good News: We will have a volunteer TB survey on August 15th from 1-3 pm, at Village Hall. If you plan to volunteer, please come to this event! If you do not come to the event, and plan to volunteer, you will need to have a Dr.'s office prove your negative TB test or have a new negative TB test verification. Please be patient with us as we try to get volunteers on campus ASAP, all the while, following state and county mandates.


Link to Information: https://coronadousd.net/Parents--Students-/Volunteers/index.html

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Communications

CUSD and Village Communication

We are committed to providing you with pertinent and timely information throughout the year. The Village website and Facebook are updated regularly, and you’ll receive a weekly principal email with a link to our Village Family Newsletter (every Sunday at 5:00pm). Please take time to read through this important information and reminders.


Social Media:

Please connect directly with Village Elementary regarding questions and concerns. It is our district protocol/policy that site administrators and school staff DO NOT monitor local Coronado social media sites (ie: Coronado Moms and Dads, Coronado 92118, Coronado Happenings and Crown Talk). Dr. Bergener and office will only monitor posts made by us to the Village Facebook Site and our Village Instagram page. We will try to respond in a timely manner. We highly encourage you to contact Dr. Bergener, Ms. White, your child's teacher or office staff per email or phone, if you have a question or concern.


Our social media motto:

We lift people up, bring people together and celebrate the greatness of our Coronado Village community!

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Care Solace

Care Solace

Our district has partnered with Care Solace to help staff, 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 Jennifer Slusher at Jennifer.slusher@coronadousd.net or Michelle Kasney at michelle.kasney@coronadousd.net.

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Champions Childcare at Village (for Preschool through 5th grade!)

Champions Childcare at Village for Preschool through 5th grade!


Coronado Unified School District has an agreement with outside care provider Champions to provide before- and after-care for Village Elementary School students at our school site (note that Champions is an outside contractor using our facilities).


NEW! Plans to provide before and aftercare for preschool and TK to accommodate care before and after half-day programs.


Ms. Alexi and Ms. Mary, our site leaders, will be happy to answer any questions that you might have!


Please see the Champions website for more information, or call 619-865-1577. Family Support Line: 1-800-246-2154.