CLA Parent Weekly Update

Week of November 15th

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News from Superintendent Dr. James Q. Hammond

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Activities for the Week of November 15th

Monday, November 15th

Parent-Teacher Conferences via Zoom, 12:40 Dismissal Grades 1-8

AM Kinder 7:30-11:30 & PM Kinder 11:00-3:00


Tuesday, November 16th

Parent-Teacher Conferences via Zoom, 12:40 Dismissal Grades 1-8

8:00-12:00 AM & PM Kinder


Wednesday, November 17th

Parent-Teacher Conferences via Zoom, 12:40 Dismissal Grades 1-8

Girls & Boys Soccer Game vs Vineyard and Arroyo at the Anza MS

AM Kinder 7:30-11:30 & PM Kinder 11:00-3:00


Thursday, November 18th

Parent-Teacher Conferences via Zoom, 12:40 Dismissal Grades 1-8

AM Kinder 7:30-11:30 & PM Kinder 11:00-3:00

School Site Council Meeting @ 3:15pm via zoom


Friday, November 19th

Parent-Teacher Conferences via Zoom, 12:40 Dismissal Grades 1-8

8:00-12:00 AM & PM Kinder

Parent-Teacher Conferences November 15th to November 19th

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Congratulations to Our Newly Elected Student Leadership Team

2021-2022 Student Leadership Team Officers

President-Antonio J.I.

Vice-President-Louis D.R.

Secretary-Leilanny D.

Treasurer-Landon A.

Historian-Amberly L.

Advertising Rep.-Joshua M.

Speaker of the House-Andres M.

Student Leadership Teacher Leaders-Mrs. Furnald & Mrs. Zaragoza

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CLA School Site Council Meeting November 15th @ 3:15pm

SSC Meeting Agenda

Click below for meeting link

Help CLA Win $1000 (5k Reindeer Run is Here!!!)

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Math Homework Help for Parents (Classes Started on November 1)

S.T.A.T.S

Let's make our teachers the happiest teachers on earth. Please click on link flyer for details in English and Spanish.

OMSD Parent Education Center (Classes Schedule)

Welcome to the OMSD Family and Community Engagement Department. Through our Parent Educational Center, we are committed to offering quality education to parents free of cost! The courses available are centered on providing parents with tools and strategies to support their child’s achievement as well as their own personal professional growth.

COVID Dashboard-OMSD

Please check our most current data regarding Covid.


Updated Daily

Health and Safety Procedures for Sporting Events

Hello OMSD Families! We believe that keeping our students active is an important part of keeping our students healthy. In order for us to have a fun and safe experience we need to follow a few simple guidelines-please visit links below for details.



English: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pZPLJn8bRRMChM51HUZX34cU7erspXBS/view?usp=sharing


Spanish:- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t5woPtdXSDXoQaaguuAr5IJDx4xicU7F/view?usp=sharing

Students Presenting Symptoms at Home

In an effort to maintain a healthy school environment and to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we ask that all parents screen their child for COVID-19 symptoms each morning before they send them to school, and keep them at home if they are sick using our Daily Checklist for Families.


This shared responsibility is critical to our ability to keep everyone safe, healthy and attending in person each day.


Please report your child’s illness with details of all symptoms to our health office at 909-983-8522. Our Health Office will follow up on all students that are at home with COVID-19 symptoms.


Student Symptom Decision Tree


Student Symptom Decision Tree - Spanish

Contact Tracing: What happens when a school site is notified of a confirmed COVID-19 case of a student or staff member?

When we have a confirmed student case of COVID-19 and have exposed others at the school, the following steps (contact tracing) will be implemented with the support of our District COVID Action Team (CAT):


  • The District COVID Action Team (CAT) will first determine who is a close contact or low-risk contact of the staff/student who tested positive and will determine if the person that tested positive was on campus during the infectious period.
  • The District COVID Action Team (CAT) will work collaboratively with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (SBCDPH) on contact tracing and decisions made based on confidential reporting of the staff/student’s specific COVID-19 illness and infectious period.
  • In consultation with SBCDPH, letters of notification for Confirmed COVID-19 cases will be sent to:
  • Low Risk Contacts: all families in the impacted classroom. This notice would explain the confirmed case is isolating at home for the duration of the illness as specified by San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (SBCDPH) guidelines, and that all school areas where the case spent time will be cleaned and disinfected before they are in use again. Your child will continue attending class.
  • Close Contacts: will receive notification that the contact was considered close and recommend home quarantine and COVID-19 testing. All cases must be cleared by the school nurse prior to returning.

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