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Solar Town Hall Meeting

CVESD invites the school communities of Arroyo Vista and Discovery Charter Schools, and Joseph Casillas, Cook, Juarez-Lincoln, Karl H. Kellogg, Lillian J. Rice and Sunnyside Elementary schools to join us for a virtual Solar Power Project Town Hall Meeting on Monday, December 13, 2021, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.   The Town Hall Meeting will provide an overview of the District solar project, specific school site logistical information, and an opportunity for questions.  The Town Hall Meeting can be accessed through Microsoft Teams at the following link: 

District Solar Power Project Town Hall: 

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CVESD invita a las comunidades de las escuelas autónomas Arroyo Vista y Discovery y de las escuelas primarias Joseph Casillas, Hazel G. Cook, Juarez-Lincoln, Karl H. Kellogg, Lillian J. Rice y Sunnyside a un Foro Comunitario virtual sobre el Proyecto de Paneles Solares el lunes, 13 de diciembre de 2021 de 6 p.m. a 7 p.m. El Foro Comunitario proporcionará un resumen del proyecto solar del Distrito, información logística específica para cada escuela y la oportunidad de hacer preguntas. Puede obtener acceso al Foro Comunitario a través de Microsoft Teams con el siguiente enlace:

Proyecto de Paneles Solares para el Distrito: 

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Safe Return to School handbook in English   Retorno Seguro a la Escuela

We are pleased to announce the release of the Safe Return to School Parent Playbook. This document outlines our safe return to in-person instruction. Please review this handbook thoroughly by clicking on the image above.

COVID-19 Safety Plan (CSP)


According to the COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Instruction Framework & Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, schools must complete and post a COVID-19 Safety Plan (CSP) to their website homepage before reopening for in-person instruction. The CSP consists of two parts: (1) the Cal/OSHA COVID19 Prevention Program (CPP) and (2) the COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist. Click on the links below to view documents.

 

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Students in the Chula Vista Elementary School District experience a rigorous 21st Century learning environment that is rooted in effective teaching practices and high-quality instruction. Our mission is to nurture every child's imagination, intellect, and sense of inquiry. Working collaboratively with stakeholders, we tap a collective intelligence rich with the spirit and creativity necessary for students to become difference makers in our community.


Chula Vista Elementary School District provides a tremendous education at our safe, modernized, and award-winning facilities. Offering innovative partnerships, technology-based curriculum, and strong visual and performing arts; we develop students’ creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills, and have a District-wide commitment to multiliteracy through our dual language immersion programs.


Student success is the most important thing in the Chula Vista Elementary School District and teachers and staff all aim to help kids realize their potential and reach their goals. Through all of the programs available, students have opportunities to challenge themselves on new levels!


Click here to visit the Innovation Station pageClick here to visit the Living Coast Discovery Center pageClick here to discover more about our VAPA program

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