Cloverdale Elementary News

October 18,2021

Principal's Den

Hello Cloverdale Family,

October is recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we'd like to recognize all people affected by cancer. We are fast approaching the end of our first trimester. Soon we will be scheduling individual parent teacher conferences via zoom. It is important that you have regular communication with your child's teacher as we work together for student success. Make sure you are aware of the various intervention programs and tutoring opportunities that are available including Paper and FEV tutoring for our upper grade students.

Our PTA is planning to open our student store this coming Friday during lunch. Please make sure to give your students enough time in the morning if they are planning to have breakfast at school. Continue to remind your students to not play contact games including tag with other students and that they respect each others' space.

This Thursday we are joining millions of people in California as we participate in the Great California Shakeout. This is a drill for us to measure earthquake preparedness.

Please continue to follow all safety recommendations concerning Covid. If you are sick, experiencing any covid symptoms, or have been exposed to someone at home that has tested positive, it is very important that you remain home until you are feeling better. If you experience any covid-like symptoms please stay home and let us know. You will be asked to remain home and test on or after the 5th day, or you may choose to isolate for ten days and you no longer experience symptoms. If you have any questions, please contact our school office for assistance.

Let's make this our best year and as always, let's strive to be LEADERS BY EXAMPLE!

Thank you,

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.

Our goal is to be college ready once we graduate from High School and that starts today!


Genaro García


Upcoming Dates To Remember

Spirit Days

SNOWCONES! Wednesday October 20th

After school there will be snow cones for sale to raise money for 5th grade sciene camp. Do not forget to bring you money
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Red Ribbon Week-(Oct 25-Oct 29)

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Red Ribbon Week

Student Of The Week

The Great California Shakeout-October 21st

The Great ShakeOut is the largest earthquake drill worldwide that we will participate in to practice our earthquake safety plans.

Hispanic Heritage Month

Teachers and families, please click this very awesome link to a virtual library for Hispanic Heritage Month.
America's Diversity Gives Us Strength: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month | More in Common

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

What is Bullying?



Q Parent Connection

Please Log in to Q and make sure all information is current .

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Please download this new form of communication that will be used by MVUSD for important messages to families

Think Together After School Program

To enroll your child in the after school program please use the link below to register.

School-Wide Practices


At Cloverdale we are an AVID(Advancement Via Individual Determination) school. We strive to prepare all of our student's to be prepared for post secondary academics.

Please see the grade level lists below to make sure your student has all of the supplies to start off this school year.

MEG-Mandarin Classes

Cloverdale Lions grades 1-3 will have lessons in Mandarin in their classrooms. 4th and 5th grade students have the opportunity to stay for after school Mandarin class. The class will be offered from 2:30-3:30 on Thursdays starting on August 26th. The class will be in Ms. Tang’s room 35.

District Wide Weekly SEL Practices

Teachers and parents, please utilize these weekly videos to supplement our student's social and emotional learning.

A-Z College and Career Spotlight: Let's Explore the letter "C"

California Baptist University


Read more about CBU Here:

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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.


AAAC- (African American 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.)

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