Cloverdale Elementary News

Week of October 5, 2020

Principal's Den

Dear Cloverdale Families,

I hope you are all well and staying safe. I want you all to know that I am very proud of all of our students and their families and caretakers for all of your continued effort and commitment to education. Thank you for having our lions

At Cloverdale we strive to be Leaders by Example. As I mention to our students during announcements, this means that we always try to do the right thing even when no one is looking.

As part of our school's Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS), we also learn to ROAR. This is a matrix that exemplifies our core values of being Respectful, Organized, Accountable, and Responsible.

We also know that a FAIL is only a First Attempt in Learning and that we learn best from our mistakes. When someone makes a mistake we say "It's Cool!"


Genaro García


Shining Brighter Students Of The Week

Upcoming Dates To Remember

National Bullying Prevention Month

What is Bullying?

Kids For Kindness Challenge for Bullying Prevention Month

By spreading more kindness we can help prevent bullying around us.

Happy National Principal's Month

Thank you Mr. Garcia for your leadership and dedication to students, staff and families.
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Thursday, October 8, 2020

This FREE Virtual Experience will feature a Science Show, Interactive Exhibitor Booths and Roundtable Discussions. You and your students will have an opportunity to meet science educators, scientists and engineers and enjoy thrilling presentations and demonstrations from a variety of exhibitors. The experience is targeted for 4th grade through 12th grade students.

You may register to bring your classroom into this Virtual Environment here:

Cloverdale Spirit Days

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College Kick-Off Week

See Cloverdale's plan for this important week. It is never too early to start thinking about college. Join us in some activities this week to explore all your options.

* Note-Times for activities may vary

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Magicland Dental

The Toothfairy will be at our school during Grab-and-Go lunches on October 14th to share some important dental information with you
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Rent Assistance

If you need assistance with your rent, the Riverside Salvation Army may be able to assist with funds that do not have to be paid back. They may also be able to provide funding for utilities. Call 951-784-4490; ext. 113 for rental or mortgage assistance, ext. 115 for utilities assistance.

Low Cost or Free Internet Access

If you are looking for low- or no-cost internet access, here are three resources:

  • SBX Youth and Family Services is a local Inland Empire community-based organization working with families to connect affordable home internet and other valuable services such as hotspots.
  • is a nonprofit dedicated to creating social and economic opportunity by connecting low-income families to affordable internet service and computers, and delivering digital skills trainings.
  • The California Department of Education has compiled a list of low- and no-cost internet access plans.

Did you know you could also check out one of the nearly 100 more mobile hotspots from the city's three libraries? Locations and operating hours of Moreno Valley Public Libraries are available here.

Parent Resource Center

The Parent Resource Center is now open by appointment only. They are here to help you in any way they can. Please feel free to call Andrea Chavez (ELL Parent Resource Specialist) and Rose Moreno (bilingual clerk) at (951) 571- 7831 or (951) 571-7500 ext. 17344 from the hours of 8 am to 4:30 pm.

Think Together Program

See link below for instructions on enrolling your child in the Think Together Program.

Fifth Grade Band

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Pandemic Financial Assistance Program

Riverside County residents whose employment was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic may receive up to $800 in assistance thanks to a state grant received by the Riverside County Workforce Development Division.

Type of Assistance Available:

  • One-time assistance between $400 and $800, depending on participant's income

  • Funds may be used to pay for

    • Costs to return to work; including telework equipment (e.g., computer), childcare, or transportation

    • Housing expenses

    • Utility expenses

Please view flyer for eligibility and application information.

Library Books

See details below for checking out library books.
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Grab and Go Lunches

We are now serving lunches to any child ages 1-18. No ID necessary. Drive Thru and pick up everyday from 11am-1pm.
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Parent Committees and Volunteers

School Site Council

This committee is an important committee that is involved in making decisions regarding categorical programs (i.e. Title I, LCFF) that affect your student's education. Parents will be notified of meetings periodically. The School Site Council meets once per month



ELAC (English Learner Advisory Committee)- This committee is for parents of students who are learning English as a second language (ELL students). Please come and join in on making recommendations regarding your student's education.


AAPAC- (African American Parent Advisory Council )-This committee is for parents of students who are African American. Join us in working together to support the academic and social-emotional growth of our students.

Cloverdale PTA

Cloverdale PTA- Our PTA members are involved in organizing and participating in school activities for students and parents (Family Reading and Math Nights, Promotions, Dances, Fundraisers, Picture Day, etc.)

Weekly Announcements

Week of 10-5 English
Week Of 10-5 Spanish

School Focuses Of The Week


AVID Goal Focus: Planner

Students in grades third – fifth should refer to their planner daily.

Students are encouraged to write down what they are learning for each subject each day or week and develop 2 weekly academic short term goals.

Parents please use the planner as a way to discuss your child’s learning with them.

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SEL Focus Of The Week

Tk-2nd Grade-Explaining Feelings and relating them to thoughts and behaviors.

There are many different reasons for someone’s feelings.

You can think back to what happened first to try and understand how someone is feeling.

You can pay attention to what is happening to find clues about why someone feels the way they do.

What you think about a situation can influence how you feel and what you do.

People can think, feel, and act differently in the same situation.

3rd-5th Grade Changing to grow.

We can change our thoughts so that we think and act in more positive ways.

We can change our abilities and personality.

Recognizing change in ourselves helps improve our skills.

Recognizing change in others helps us have positive relationships.