Doyle Elementary Weekly Update

November 6 - 10

Thank you for your donations!

We received so many socks and other essential items that will benefit individuals and families in need this winter.

Our Wellness Ambassadors went around to classrooms this week to pick up the donation bags/bins and Mrs. Reade will be taking them to The San Diego Rescue Mission on Monday.

Federal Impact Aid Survey

This is the last week to submit Federal Impact Aid Surveys. Please help the district obtain as much funding as possible by turning these in as soon as possible.

We appreciate your support!

Design Task Force - Site Modernization Parent & Community Meeting

Doyle is expecting to begin construction in a couple of years. The planning process includes informing and receiving feedback from families.

We invite you to the Doyle Auditorium on November 30th at 5:00 pm to meet with the planning and construction team.

Lost & Found

Is your student missing a jacket, hat, lunchbox, or water bottle? Don't forget to check the lost and found! Items found around campus are added to the front of the office every day.

All items left on December 15th will be donated to a local shelter.

Parent Portal

Our Parent Portal is closed until November 8th!

If you have any questions, reach out to the office at

Arrival Reminders

- Breakfast starts and Dolphin Drive opens at 7:25 for students to enter campus.
- The first bell rings at 7:35 and breakfast is no longer served after this time.
- The tardy bell rings at 7:40 and parents can drop their students at the gate at this time.
- We have 155 students who have been tardy more than 5 times - please help us to decrease the tardies by getting your students here on time!

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UCUC Preschool - Kindergarten Readiness Talk

UCUC Preschool is hosting a Kindergarten Readiness discussion on Wednesday, November 8th at 8:45 am.

For more info and to RSVP, email:

Student Accountability Report Card

Public schools throughout California are required to provide information about themselves to the community in the form of an annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC). These report cards provide a variety of data to allow the public to evaluate and compare schools in several important areas.

Find out more in THIS LETTER and take a glance at our SARC report.