“Achieving Excellence for ALL – Juntos Alcanzando Excelencia”
Hello Loma Verde Wildcats! Welcome to our Loma Verde School blog. This is the 9th week of school and the start of 2nd quarter. Thank you for participating in Parent/Teacher Conference last week. We are continuing in distance learning format for our preschool through 6th grade students. Please read below for important information.
It’s Red Ribbon Week and Loma Verde Spirit Week! Please watch the short video about why we have Red Ribbon Week and see the flyer below for our Loma Verde Spirit Days.
We will learn about the importance of living a healthy, drug, alcohol, and tobacco free live. Here is a LINK for taking the pledge together with your child. You can also find other resources HERE. We hope to see students participate in our spirit days.
- 10/30 Spirit Day-Please, no scary or gory costumes, no props of any kind, no weapons of any kind, no masks that cover the entire face, and no costumes that may be considered culturally offensive.
- Please send your spirit day pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org to share on our school blog and Loma Verde Facebook page.
Each week we will recognize Loma Verde scholars that demonstrate our 3 Wildcat Personal Standards: Show Respect, Make Good Decisions, and Solve Problems. We are so proud of you!
Wildcat students of the week for 10/19-23
1st Grade: Angelica O.
2nd Grade: Gabriel A.
3rd Grade: Jordani O., Renata G., Bryan C., Aldo J.
4th Grade: Ashley B.
5th Grade: Jamie M.
6th Grade: Lulu A., Lawan H., Jacob F., Valerie M.
Kids Heart Challenge Coming November 2-20!
Get ready! The Kids Heart Challenge is coming soon! Details will be shared starting November 2 during VAPA time with Coach Gonzalez.
Join us in learning about heart health and raising funds to protect all hearts – especially kid’s hearts! Through fun activities we’ll discover ways to take care of our hearts and brains while practicing kindness, gratitude and learning ways to de-stress. Plus, we have the chance to earn PE equipment for our school!
If 150 students take the Health Challenge we will SLIME the PRINCIPAL Mrs. Watson! There is a school challenge between Rohr and Loma Verde schools to see who will SLIME the principal first. Wildcats, show your school spirit and sign up to take the Health Challenge beginning November 2.
CVESD Meal Service for Loma Verde Students
Our Loma Verde meal service will take place from 12:00-2:00 once a week on Thursdays for students. Pick up the 5 days worth of meals at the front of the school.
COVID-19 Parent & Family Resource Guide
Click on A Guide for Parent on Illness or Positive Tests for COVID-19 Virus to learn more about what to do if your child is sick and/or tests positive for COVID-19 and when they can return to school.
The CVESD Caring Crew and YOU!
We would like to remind our entire community that following the four pillars of health can prevent the spread of COVID-19. As we prepare for the eventual return of some students to campus in phases, our District and school will be enforcing the four core principles (also known as four pillars) for the prevention of COVID-19. These include: 1) Daily Health Screenings, 2) Mask Wearing, 3) Physical Distancing, and 4) Frequent Hand Washing.
Computer Devices & WIFI to Loan Families
We recommend each student have their own laptop with a camera and microphone for Distance Learning. Some tablets have compatibility issues with the Microsoft Teams platform and online learning programs.
If your child needs a device or wifi hotspot, please complete and submit this form below, so we can plan and prepare the devices for distribution. If you do not need a device or hotspot, please do not fill out this form. Please fill out a form for each child who needs a device. Do not fill out for a child who previously received a device. We will notify you when you device and/or WIFI hotspot are ready.
Safer Activities for Halloween:
- Online parties/contests (e.g., costume or pumpkin carving) and drive-through events and car parades.
- Dressing up homes and yards with Halloween-themed decorations.
- Halloween movie nights with your own household or at drive-in theaters.
- Outdoor activities such as pumpkin patches where people use hand sanitizer and maintain 6-feet of distance from others.
- Make fall recipes and crafts as a family for creative dinners and spooky decorations.
Safer Activities for Día de los Muertos
- Preparing traditional family recipes for family and neighbors, especially those at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, and delivering them in a way that doesn’t involve contact with others
- Playing music in your home that your deceased loved ones enjoyed
- Making and decorating masks or making an altar for the deceased
- Setting out pillows and blankets in your home for the deceased
- Joining a virtual get-together celebration
Things to Keep in Mind:
Regardless of how you choose to celebrate Halloween or Día de los Muertos it is important to keep the following in mind:
- Face Coverings: Face coverings must be worn in accordance with the CDPH Guidance on the Use of Face Coverings, unless an exemption is applicable. Please note plastic, rubber, vinyl and other Halloween costume
- masks are not an acceptable substitute for cloth face-coverings for the prevention of COVID-19 spread.
- Practice Social Distancing: Avoid confined spaces, especially indoors. Stay least 6 feet away (3 or more adult steps) from all other people who are not part of your own household, especially while talking, eating, drinking, and singing.
- Good Hygiene: Wash or sanitize your hands often. Clean frequently touched items regularly.
- Minimize Mixing: Plan activities to limit mixing between different households. Californians are permitted to gather outdoors with a maximum of two other households. This means that on Halloween, if you are spending time with others, you must stick with a maximum of three households (including your own), and not mingle with others. Gatherings should be two hours or less.
- Stay Home if You are Sick or You are in a High Risk Group: If you are sick, or you have been in contact with someone who is sick with COVID-19 or has symptoms of COVID-19 stay home, and away from others. People at higher risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19 (such as older adults, people with chronic medical conditions) are strongly urged to stay home.
- If you are sick or in a high risk group, you should discourage trick-or-treaters from coming to your door by turning off your porch light and other Halloween decoration lights on Halloween night.
- Please respect your neighbors and your community: Everyone is navigating the COVID-19 pandemic to the best of their abilities and has different comfort levels about what is safe to do. Your local community or your neighbors may be more restrictive than these CDPH guidelines, and we ask that you respect your neighbors’ wishes and concerns
- Thank you for helping to keep our community safe and healthy during this holiday season!
With information about the COVID-19 pandemic changing quickly, CVESD will do its best to keep our community informed as new details become available. Click here to find links to Community Services.
For specific information on the COVID-19 virus, we recommend reviewing information from reliable sources. Click here for the links.
Our school community encourages all adult citizens to participate in the upcoming election. Please visit https://www.sdvote.com/ to learn about how to ensure your voice is heard in the upcoming election.
Not only is November 3rd Election Day, but it is also MTS Free Ride Day! To help increase access to in-person voting options, all fixed-route MTS and NCTD buses, Trolleys, SPRINTER and COASTER will be free.
While you can skip the fare on Free Ride Day, face covering are a must! Face coverings (worn over your nose and mouth the entire trip) are required on all MTS and NCTD vehicles.
California offers voter registration online, by mail, and in person. Online voter registration is available at RegisterToVote.ca.gov. You can also request and complete a paper voter registration form and mail or hand deliver it to your county elections official to register to vote.
Election Day: November 3, 2020
Registration Deadlines: Online registration deadline is October 19. By mail registration deadline is showing that its is postmarked by October 19. In person registration deadline is November 3.
Absentee or Permanent by mail ballot: Request by October 27. Return by mail must be postmarked by November 3. Return in person must be received by November 3 at 8 pm. Early voting is available October 5 – November 2, but dates and hours vary. For more info, contact the County Registrar of Voters: https://www.sdvote.com/content/rov/en.html
Fun Fact: Did you know that you can also register and vote on Election Day?
Conditional voter registration is a safety net for Californians who miss the deadline to register to vote or update their voter registration information. Voters can use the conditional voter registration process from the day after the deadline all the way through Election Day. Eligible citizens can go to their county election office, polling place, or vote center to register and vote conditionally. These ballots will be processed once the county elections office has completed the voter registration verification process.
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