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Students in the District Speech Contest Challenged Themselves--And Us, Too

Participants in the 2014 District Speech Contest regaled listeners with inspiring personal reflections about the meaning of liberty, service, courage and sacrifice. Middle Grades finalists Juan Rojas, Mueller Charter; Ivan Melendrez, Discovery Charter; Marlyn Zuno, Mueller Charter; and First Place finisher Meghan McCann, Discovery Charter, soak in the applause. They are pictured with Superintendent Francisco Escobedo, Ed.D., and Norman Vanderbilt of the Rotary Club of Chula Vista Sunrise. For a complete list of the finalists and champions, click on the link that follows. ...Read More
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Donations are Being Accepted to Assist Two Families Impacted by Apartment Fire

Two families with children at Montgomery Elementary lost their respective homes to a fire at an apartment building on Monday. Each family was able to escape the fire uninjured but lost everything. The school and community are rallying to assist the children who were impacted, which included a Montgomery preschool age child, two first grade students, and a sibling who attends a local high school. Donations for both families consisting of clothing, kitchen and household items, and/or cash can be delivered to:

The Rayo de Esperanza Family Resource Center (adjacent to Otay Elementary), which is located at 1671 Albany Avenue, Chula Vista. For additional information click here or please call 619-425-4458.
Thank a Driver: April 22 is School Bus Drivers Day in California

​School bus drivers are entrusted with the safety of our children for up to two-three hours each school day. Many school bus drivers perform their services for thousands and thousands of accident free miles, year after year. Take a moment to thank a bus driver on Tuesday, April 22.

Students Begin Field Test of New Online Assessments

Students in CVESD and throughout California are taking new online assessments that are being field tested this school year.  These assessments are a key part of the Common Core State Standards implementation that prepares all students for success in college and careers. For additional information on the assessment, known as Smarter Balanced, please refer to the Smarter Bal Assessments-QNA.pdfSmarter Bal Assessments-QNA.pdf

CVESD Wellness Efforts Make National News

The District's measurement of students' height and weight to calculate body mass index has made national news, illustrating how we use the data to collaboratively make positive change for students at school, at home and in the community. An Associated Press article about CVESD's model wellness program ran everywhere from the front of Yahoo!News to newspapers ranging from Dayton and El Paso to Seattle and Massachusetts. Learn more about our efforts to combat obesity and promote student health and wellness.

Living Coast Discovery Center (formerly CV Nature Center) Trips
Winter/Spring Registration for classes through June 6th now available. Contact or 619-476-7836 if interested in signing up your class!
$37,250 in additional funding awarded by the United Port of San Diego. Thank you Port District! Read More
Kids Care Express Mobile Medical Clinic
The Kids Care Express mobile clinic will be coming to a school near you. The clinic provides low cost medical care. It is available to District students as well as to parents and community members who are having difficulty obtaining services.Read More
Get in-depth school news and information via our news blog!
Find out what is going on in our schools through CVESD's news blog. View news-style posts, event photo slide shows, safety alerts, meeting announcements, and more! Simply click on the link that follows.Take Me to CVESD's News Blog!
Student Achievement Reaches New Heights
The 2012 STAR Student Report provides individual results for the California Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program. Students in Grade 2-8 took either the California Standards Tests (CSTs), California Modified Assessment (CMA), or California Alternate Performance Assessment (CAPA).  English Learners who met certain criteria also took the Standards-based Test in Spanish (STS). READ MORE
I Drive 25!
The “Neighborhood Pace Car” program encourages drivers within our school community to drive 25 miles per hour and help set the pace for the “traffic calming” effect needed during periods of high traffic at the start and end of each school day.  To learn more about the program, or access resources about the Safe Routes to School Program, please click on the link that follows.Read More
Health and Wellness Call to Action: Next Steps
Recently, CVESD reported alarming results from a landmark project that measured the height and weight of more than 25,000 students. So what did the District do about the high rates of overweight and obese students that were discovered?

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