The Bulldog Bulletin

May 15, 2022

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Principal's Message

Greetings Bulldog Families!


We had a wonderful week of school and as we count down to the end of the school year, we are encouraging all of our Bulldogs to finish strong. We will continue to show our PAWs, treat everyone with kindness and respect, and work hard to achieve our goals.


Important Dates & Events:


  • May 19: Coronita's Open House! 5:30-7:00 p.m. Starts in the MPR.


  • May 20: Coronita's Family Prom: An End of the Year Celebration! 5:00-8:00 p.m. You must have RSVP'd by May 13th to receive food tickets. Use the link or QR code below. All students must be accompanied by an adult.


  • May 27: Decades Spirit Day- We invite you to choose to rock an outfit that is from a past decade... 50s, 60s, 70s, whatever you like!


  • June 2: 6th Grade Promotion. Seated is limited. Each family will receive tickets to attend. Your 6th grade teacher will provide the information.


  • June 3: Kinder Promotion at 8:30 a.m.



Sincerely,


Ms. Cortez

Valery and Jocelyn rocked morning announcements!

Dear Families,


The American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge program is kicking off on May 4th! Help your child get a jump start by registering on the Kids Heart Challenge website- http://www2.heart.org/goto/coronita. When registering, your child will choose a heart healthy challenge to Be Active or Be Kind and earn a FREE Road Warrior Wristband! Our goal is to have 100% of our students register online and take the Challenge.


This year, the KHC Explorers are going on a ROAD TRIP! CLICK HERE to jump on board and experience the road trip across the U.S. through daily activities for physical health, mental wellbeing and tips to help others with special hearts! Let’s have fun and save lives!


UPDATE.....


We have some AMAZING Kids Heart Challenge news! As a school, we've already reached nearly $500 of our $2,000 goal! Our top three classes so far are: Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs. Flores, and Mrs. Sanchez...way to go you all!


Bulldogs, please remember to hold onto those envelopes until next Friday, May 20th, and keep asking for those donations, especially online. 37 students have registered online and have received their bracelet, so we only need 13 more to reach our goal of 50.


Come on, Bulldogs, I know we can do it! Let's slime Mr. Hale and have a "Heart-Healthy Blast" on Monday, May 23, at our annual Kids Heart Challenge event!

Coronita's Open House

Thursday, May 19th, 5:30-7pm

1757 Via Del Rio

Corona, CA

Save the date for Coronita's first Open House in two years. We are so excited to have everyone back on campus. Open House will begin in the MPR.
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Please join us for this FREE family event. You must have RSVP'd by Friday, May 13th to ensure you have a food ticket. If you do not have a food ticket, you are not guaranteed a plate. However, you can still attend. All children must be accompanied by an adult.


This is a fun event. You can come glamorous or silly or matching or straight from work. Just come join us!


Click HERE to RSVP or use the QR code. We need volunteers for this event. Please let us know on the form if you can help.

Coronita's Family Prom

Friday, May 20th, 5-8pm

1757 Via Del Rio

Corona, CA

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Speak Up for Safety Tipline

CNUSD families, as an ongoing support to our commitment to safe schools for all, we are excited to announce the launch of a new SpeakUp for Safety tipline that will allow students to easily and confidentially report threats of violence, bullying, peers in crisis, and other imminent concerns that affect students’ well-being and security.


The SpeakUp for Safety tipline will be continually monitored by safety professionals, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all year long. Non-life-threatening tips will be quickly routed to designated school or district staff members, and in severe situations, district-appointed contacts will be immediately notified to take action. In the most urgent cases in which a student is in immediate danger and representatives are unable to notify a district-appointed contact, law enforcement will be contacted to intervene.


CNUSD SpeakUp for Safety tipline can be called or text at 951-589-0600 or emailed to speakup@students.cnusd.k12.ca.us

Coronita's Fabulous After School Program

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Annual Online Registration

Summer Boost Program Is Back!

Don't forget to register for the Summer Boost program if you're interested! Summer Boost is a program to provide current TK-7th grade students the chance to participate in hands-on learning over summer break. Click the video below to learn more!

Have you heard the news about Kindergarten?!

Have you heard? Starting in the 2022-23 school year, CNUSD will offer full-day kindergarten at all elementary schools! A full-day program will afford children the academic learning time needed to prepare for mastery of primary grade reading and math skills while also allowing for time to address developmental needs.

CNUSD is also expanding our age eligibility for Transitional Kindergarten for the 2022-23 school year. TK will be offered for students who turn 5 years of age between Sept. 2, 2022 and Feb. 2, 2023. Please note: TK is not a full-day program.

22-23 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR NOW AVAILABLE

The 2022-23 School Year Calendar is now available.

Click the links below to view:

CNUSD Parent Center Newsletter

Click HERE for all the upcoming events, workshops, and resources from our fabulous Parent Center. This newsletter has Parenting Classes that will help to build positive relationships in the home, in addition to how to co-parent with success. There are also monthly food drives, grocery assistance, FREE math tutoring for 2nd-12th graders, child care referrals and more!

Parking Lot Procedures

For the safety of all of our students, we are asking that parents do the following when dropping off their students:



  • Stay in your car.

  • Students only exit on the right side of the car.


  • Do not stop at the first gate, but pull all the way forward.

  • Do not park in the red.
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When should I keep my child at home?

Our goal is to keep students and staff safe as well as provide an effective learning environment, even in the most challenging times. While we are no longer doing temperature checks on campus, we are asking that families screen their students for COVID related symptoms before they arrive at school each morning. Please review the Symptom Decision Tree to ensure your child does not attend school with the symptoms listed.
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Parent Connect: Be sure that all your contact information is updated!

It is important that all forms and contact information is updated in Parent Connect. Please call the front office if you are experiencing any trouble logging in to the system. We are here to help!

Click here to access Parent Connect.

School Calendar 2021-2022

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Mission Statement

At Coronita Elementary School, staff, students, families, and community members are committed to developing and challenging all life-long learners academically, creatively, and socially in an emotionally safe environment.