Village and ECDC Family Newsletter

March 2nd-March 6th

Upcoming Dates



Read Across America- Throughout the week, special community members will be visiting classrooms and reading a book! In the cafeteria, be on the lookout for Dr. Seuss Birthday celebration! We will be serving green eggs and ham with a (whole grain) green egg cookie.

3:00-4:00 pm School Site Council Meeting

MAP Testing Results to Go Home with Students in Monday Folders

3/6/20: ACE Assembly

3/7/20: Village Movie Night:

Movie: Abominable

Food: Hot Dog Cart, Homemade Snacks and Abominable Kona Ice Cones

5:30 PM: Gates Open

6:15 PM: Show Begins

Following Weeks

3/11/20: Village and ECDC Open House

ECDC 4:30-5:30 pm (Enter through the front gates)

Village 5:30-6:30 pm (Enter through the 6th Street gates)

Celebrate Open House @ Nado Gelado (2-9 pm) PTO Fundraiser 25% goes back to Village PTO

3/12/20: PTO Fundraiser Nado Gelado (6-9 pm)

3/13/20: Coronado Band and Choir Boosters spaghetti dinner fundraiser is March 13 at CMS. 5-8pm at Granzer Hall!

3/18/20: CSF Telethon

3/19/20: Last Late Start Thursday -School Begins at 10:00 AM

3/25/20: Village Jog a Thon 8:30 (Grade level running times, TBD)

3/26/20: ECDC Jog a Thon 10:30- 11:30 (TK Dismissal @ 11:50)

3/28-4/5/20: Spring Break


4/6/20: Assistant Principal's Week

4/7-4/9 Parent Teacher Conferences- Early Release (For students below benchmarks)

4/10-4/13/20 No School- Easter Weekend

4/15/20 School Librarian Day

4/30/20: Bingo for Books`-Details to Come


5/4/20: School Site Council and Teacher Appreciation Week Begins

5/5/20: Day of the Teacher

5/6/20: School Nurse's Day

5/8/20: School Lunch Hero Day

5/18/20: Classified School Employee Week Begins

5/21/20: Art Walk and Art Auction @ Village (New Format: A whole family event!)

5/25/20: Memorial Day- No School


6/11/20: Last Day of School

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MAP Scores to Be Sent Home TODAY 3/2/2020

Winter MAP scores will be sent home on Monday in the Monday Folder. Please use these results as a snapshot of your student's progress thus so far this year, and know that this is only ONE of MANY measurements of student success. We will be using these scores to guide each student's PEP (Personalized Education Plan). Ask your student about their PEP plan!!

Please celebrate your student's growth, and if encourage a growth mindset for working hard to make the most of our learning for the final semester. Remember- this is ONE of many measurements of growth. We are very proud of our students, parents, and teachers for their hard work!

Test scores will NOT be sent home for Kindergarten. MAP testing in Kindergarten is meant for preparation for testing in 1st-5th grades and in general, the first MAP test is not an accurate measure of their skills, due to this being the 1st time that the students are navigating the computer in a testing environment.

Wanting to know more about MAP Reports? Please see the MAP parent resource link.

FAQs and a short video on how to read the MAP report is included. See Below!

If you have questions about your student's score, reading the report, or any other celebrations or concerns, please contact your child's teacher.

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Movie Night...This Saturday! March 7th

Village Movie Night- March 7th

Movie: Abominable


Gates Open@ 5:30 PM; Show Begins at @ 6:15 PM

Food: Coronado Local's Hot Dog Truck, High Tide Pizza Delivery or Bring Your Own!

Snacks: Abominable SnoCones and Bake Sale (yummy homemade items provided by our PTO parents and community)

What to Bring: Beach Chairs, Blankets, Warm Clothes, $$ for Food/Snacks

All students in elementary or middle school in attendance must be accompanied by an adult, 18 years of age or older.


Konstella is the new online place for everything happening at Village Elementary. Please log on and place your students in their classes, it takes less than 3 minutes!

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PTO Fundraiser...Save the Date!

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We have many items in the LOST and FOUND!


Please remind your students to look through the lost and found. Mornings are cold and as students get warm through out the day by being active, we seem to gather items quickly!

We will have items out front next week- in the morning, the items will be outside, near the H Ave. 1st-3rd grade arrival gates, and in the afternoon, near the 6th Ave dismissal gates.

A Week of Action at Village!

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Jog-A Thon Packets are HERE!

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Parents, We need YOUR help!

To honor our staff, volunteers, and parents who work so hard to make a difference, we have created a "Caught Being Awesome" Google Form. If you recognize someone through this form, the honoree will receive an email from our Superintendent and a "Caught Being Awesome" window decal that can be displayed to encourage others to spread even more love and appreciation.

Click HERE to access the Google Form to nominate someone! - A link to this form is also available on our District web site.

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Parents who volunteer at Village hold immense responsibility. Please know that if you volunteer or substitute teach at Village you are held to the same high standards that our teachers hold for confidentiality and professionalism. We will not tolerate violations of this policy, as our students safety and welfare is at stake. If you have any questions or concerns about a student that you are working with, please see the classroom teacher or administration to address your concerns.

All CUSD volunteers are required to:

· Complete a Volunteer Application

· Provide a current photo ID

· Present verification of a negative TB Test within the last 4 years.

· Volunteers who will be supervising students "Out of the line of sight" of the teacher require fingerprinting.

If you have not already submitted your volunteer application and documents, please do so as soon as possible.

Thank you for helping us maintain a safe environment for our students.

Please submit your volunteer application and required documents to Kelley Englehart at the District Office located 201 6th St.

Here is the link to the CUSD Volunteer Information Page

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ELPAC- English Language Proficiency Assessments in California Testing Information- For English Learners

Our ELPAC Testing Window opens in March. Below are links for more information!

Introduction to the EPLAC for Parents

Take a Practice Test with Your Student

More Practice Tests

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Bridges Math Parental Links

Thank you Dr. Megan Battle, Director of the Learning Department in CUSD, for coming to speak to parents about our newly adopted Bridges Math Program during our Principal's Tea. Included in the presentation were links to help parents understand the research and methodologies of our new and highly reviewed program.

Parent Links:

•Milestone Videos:

•Bridges Website:

•Graham Fletcher Progression Videos:

A Subsequent Parent Informational Meeting with the Bridges Curriculum Representatives will be held in June at Village Elementary. Date: TBD

In case you missed it, please see Bridges Math Presentation Link for more information.

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CSF Events

Win a 6-passanger Golf Cart!

CSF Telethon March 18th

5-9pm at the CHS Theater

Coronado Schools Foundation ®

201 Sixth Street∙Coronado, CA ∙92118

619.437.8059, Ext. 6 ∙ CSFKIDS.ORG

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Coronado Safe Talk

Coronado Safe Website

After School Options-See Flyers

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Primo Polo

Dear parents,

Spring season is almost here! If you are looking for a fun class for your child, here is one!

If your child loves the pool and is water safe bring him/her at BBMAC at 3.30-4.30pm every Monday and Wednesday! First class is free!

Hope see you there!

If you have questions please email me at

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