The Wildcat Way Apr. 24-28, 2023 (Week #33)

Family Movie Night – Friday, 4/28

Campus Safety

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Starting on April 24, 2023, the Chula Vista Elementary School District (CVESD) will start installing school security cameras at our school site as part of the School Violence Prevention Program Grant funded by the U.S. Department of Justice.

The security cameras are designed to increase safety at our school site. They will actively record to help us detect and prevent unlawful activities and ensure law enforcement can access live video surveillance seamlessly.

CVESD is committed to providing students and staff with a safe and secure learning environment. I am confident that these cameras will greatly contribute to the safety and security of our school site and help us in our ongoing efforts to prevent and address any potential threats or incidents.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. Thank you for your continued support in keeping our school safe.


Mrs. Bree Watson, Principal

Loma Verde Talent Show!

The Loma’s Got Talent talent show was on Thursday, 4/20/23. Thank you to the talented students who showed off their amazing skills! Thank you to Ms. Fisher for organizing this special event for our Wildcats. We can’t wait for next year’s performance!

State & Local Testing Begins Soon!

End-of-year testing begins at the end of April. Click here to read the 2023 CAASPP Letter to CVESD Families from our CVESD Superintendent Dr. Edwardo Reyes. Please make EVERY effort to make sure your child is at school these days. Please do not plan vacations or doctors/dentist appointments during this time. Please remember the following:

  • Ensure your child is well-rested
  • Encourage your child to eat a healthy breakfast
  • To avoid any test irregularities, cell phones must be put away
  • If possible leave iWatches at home

CAASPP State Testing for Grades 3-6: The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is designed to give information to teachers, students, and their families about what students know and are able to do. Please see this parent guide about the assessment that all students in California will be taking. Parent Guide Are you interested in reviewing practice questions with your student? Practice and Training Site

CAASPP Testing Snacks Needed!

CAASPP Testing for 3rd-6th graders is around the corner!  Let’s support these amazing students by donating snacks to help them be energized and focused during standardized testing! 

Peace Patrol has volunteered to help collect and organize snack packs for some upper-grade classrooms. Since there are 9 classrooms that are in need and there will be 8 days of CAASPP testing, we need A LOT of donations (those with allergies will be given another snack). Here is what we need:

– Individually Packaged Goldfish (410 total)
– Fruit Gummy Snacks (410 total)
– Individually packaged Pretzels (410 total)
– Individually packaged Cheez-Its (410 total)
– Peppermint Puffy Mints (daily treat, so need approximately 1,620… Amazon sells in buckets of 160)

Please consider buying around 30 of one of these items. That would cover 1 class for 1 day of testing. Feel free to donate more!

When to donate: After school in the office
Dates to donate: Monday, April 17 to Monday, May 8 (this will give us time to organize for classrooms)

There will be a box for you to donate treats in the school office. Thank you for your support for all students!

April is Autism Awareness Month & Month of the Military Child

CVESD ThoughtExchange Survey is Open!

Our annual ThoughtExchange for community input on the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is now open! Please see the flyer (in English and Spanish) for more information. This year, we are asking the question: What are some things we are doing well, and what could improve the educational experience we provide students through the LCAP? 

The LCAP shapes our District’s goals and guides our budgeting priorities at both the district and school levels. Please join in on the conversation from Feb. 1 through May 1, 2023. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions. Thank you!

Link to survey:

  • Monday, 4/24 VTS Vision Screening for TK-6th graders
  • Tuesday, 4/25 CVPD SRO Dangers of Vaping Presentation to 4th-6th graders
  • Wednesday, 4/26 Administrative Professional Day
  • Wednesday, 4/26 – 2:30 p.m. Kona Ice
  • Thursday, 4/27 8:15 a.m. Coffee with the Principal & ELAC Meeting
  • Friday, 4/28 Spirit Day-Wear Purple to Show Your Support for Military Families!
  • Friday, 4/28 – 1:00 p.m. Food Backpack Distribution
  • Friday, 4/28 – 6:00 p.m. gate opens, 6:45 p.m. movie starts PTO Movie Night
  • Monday, 5/1 Principal Appreciation Day
  • Thursday, 5/4 1:15 Loma Verde Peace Run Event
  • Friday, 5/5 Lunch Hero Day
  • Saturday, 5/6 Saturday Scholars #4
  • Monday, 5/8-Friday, 5/12 Loma Verde Staff Appreciation Week
  • Tuesday, 5/9 Teacher Appreciation Day
  • Tuesday, 5/9 12:00-2:00 DAC/DELAC @ CVESD District Ofice
  • Tuesday, 5/9 3:00 SSC meeting
  • Wednesday, 5/10 School Nurse Day
  • Saturday, 5/13 Saturday Scholars #5
  • Monday, 5/15-Friday, 5/18 VAPA Week
  • Thursday, 5/18 Speech Language Pathologist Day
  • Thursday, 5/18 8:15 a.m. PTO Meeting
  • Thursday, 5/18 2:30-4:00 6th Grade Dance
  • Friday, 5/19 8:30 a.m. TK & Kinder ACE Awards
  • Saturday, 5/20 10:00-1:00 Bike Rodeo
  • Monday, 5/22 8:30 a.m. 1st & 2nd Grade ACE Awards
  • Wednesday, 5/24 6:00 p.m. CVESD Board Meeting
  • Thursday, 5/25 8:30 a.m. 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade ACE Awards
  • Thursday, 5/25 5:00 p.m. Kinder Dual Immersion Spring Performance
  • Friday, 5/25 8:30-9:30 Community & Parent Volunteer Breakfast
  • Wednesday, 5/31 2:30 Kona Ice
  • Thursday, 6/1 6th Grade Picnic & Kick-Ball Game
  • Friday, 6/2 8:30 6th grade Promotion
  • Friday, 6/2 1:00 Last Day of School (minimum day)
  • Click Here for the 2022-2023 CVESD School Calendar
  • Click Here for the 2023-2024 CVESD School Calendar

New Student Registration Information

NEW STUDENT registration began on February 15 online for the following:

  • Kindergartners who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2023.
  • NEW students in grades 1st through 6th 
  • All registrations will take place online. There will be no paper packets. To register please visit our district website:

Loma Verde Elementary currently has space in our Preschool, TK, and Kindergarten classes for next year, but has limited openings in our upper grades. Please contact our office for questions about space availability at (619) 420-3940.

Loma Verde Elementary offers a free preschool program for qualifying families that live in San Diego County. Learn more and enroll your child today at

  • Please note:
    • TK students will not need a renewal zone transfer link as they will need to register at their neighborhood school for Kindergarten. Our district’s Early Childhood Education department supports Preschool and TK enrollment. Please contact them directly at (619) 425-9600 Ext.181725.
    • The Renewal Zone Transfer Form is independent of the “New Zone Transfer Form.”
    • Students who will be transitioning to Sweetwater Union High School District for seventh grade (middle school) do not need to notify CVESD about this, but will need to complete registration processes with that district via

Loma Verde Elementary offers both the Dual Immersion (English & Spanish 50/50) program and English-only classes in kindergarten through 6th grade. Call 619-420-3940 for more information or click here to register.

Congratulation to our Wildcat Students of the Week #32!

Kinder: Emiliano, Diego, Kyrie, Isabella
1st: Ethan, Rachael, Moses, Lionnel, Sarah, Sebastian
2nd: Valentia, Nathaniel, Mia, Emiliano
3rd: Brayan, Thomas, Mia, Evi
4th: Mila, William
5th: Natalia, Becker, Jaslynn Gabriel
6th: Luna, Isabella, Edgar, Samantha


Did you know that if your child is out of school for three or more days, you can request an independent study contract? If an independent study contract is completed, your child receives attendance credit. For more information, you can contact Ivonne Jimenez (619-420-3940)

Week #32 TK-6th grade attendance average: 90.9% (Goal is 98% or higher)

Top Class with Highest Attendance in Week #32 (4/17-4/21):

  • 97.6% Room 206 Mrs. Alvillar 3rd grade

Our school’s average daily attendance is 92.5% so far this year. Our goal is 98% We are improving each week!

REMINDER: Students need to be at school every day, arrive on time (before 8:00 a.m.), and stay in school for the entire day.

  • Students should only miss school if they are sick. Those with symptoms can return with a negative Covid test, no fever for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication, and symptoms improving. STUDENTS DO NOT NEED TO BE SYMPTOM-FREE to attend school. We have plenty of rapid tests at school–just ask in the office. If you have a special circumstance and need an independent study, please let us know.
  • Please make sure your child is here by 7:55 a.m. and lined up on the blacktop (1st-6th grade) or by the classroom (TK-kinder). If they arrive after 8:00, they will be marked tardy.
  • We begin a secure campus at 8:00 a.m. Parents/guardians must exit promptly at 8:00. Thank you.
  • Students can arrive as early as 7:15 a.m.
  • FREE breakfast is served from 7:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
  • If your child/children are absent it is very important to call the office to report the reason for the absence (619-420-3940). Please leave a voicemail or send an email to
  • Absences that are not reported will be considered UNEXCUSED. After 3 unexcused absences and/or tardies you will receive a truancy letter.
  • If you pick up your child/children early and/or they are tardy for personal reasons this is considered unexcused.
  • Remember to bring a doctor’s note. Vacations, dentist, and doctor visits should be scheduled during our breaks whenever possible.
  • If your child misses school, they are missing out on important learning! 
  • Our school staff will be scheduling SART (School Attendance Review Team) meetings with parents/guardians, calling home, and doing home visits for students who are chronically absent (missing 10% of school or excessive tardies).
  • Thank you for helping to get your child to school every day and one time!

Have you changed your address, email address, or phone number since the start of the school year? Please notify the office in case we need to contact you in an emergency.

REMINDER: Do Not Bring Toys, Cards, Gadgets, or Electronics Devices to School

Students should not bring toys, cards, unnecessary gadgets, or electronics to school unless approved by the classroom teacher. Please leave all toys, fidgets, pop-its, and other items at home. Thank you for your cooperation.


We are selling Loma Verde spirit shirts and hoodies at school. The t-shirts are $12, grey sweatshirt hoodies are $24, and green zip hoodies are $30. (Cash only at this time.) Students can wear the spirit t-shirts and sweatshirt any day of the week OR the uniform shirt. Order forms can be picked up in the office. Let’s show our school spirit, Wildcats! Please make sure to write your child’s first and last name inside their hoodie.


  • Click here to access our 22-23 School Handbook
  • Students must have a Cell Phone Waiver on File before bringing cell phones onto campus. Click on LV Cell Phone Waiver 22-23 to access the file.
  • Please screen your child for Covid-19 symptoms each day before school. Anyone with symptoms must test negative and fever-free and improving symptoms to return to school. We have a FREE COVID test for anyone who needs one.
  • If your child has any pre-existing conditions, including those with Covid-like symptoms (e.g. allergies, asthma), please provide documentation from the doctor so that we can have it on file. This will help prevent your child from being sent home if they have symptoms of a chronic condition.
  • Please send a water bottle with your child. Water bottles can be filled at the classroom sink or outside drinking fountains.
  • Do not send candy, sports drinks, or soda to school with your child.
  • Label lunch boxes, water bottles, and sweaters with your child’s name.
  • No toys, trading cards, fidgets, or sports equipment from home are allowed at school.

Office Depot – Amazing School Partnership!

The Office Depot store in National City is raising money for Loma Verde Elementary! If you need office supplies or school supplies, please mention Loma Verde and your donation or a percent of your purchase will go toward our school. We are so excited that they chose us to sponsor for the year! All of the donations will go directly to Loma Verde School for classroom supplies for the 2023-2024 school year. Thank you, Office Depot team, for your generosity!


Lost and Found

Please note that the lost and found rack will be at the front of the school.   Remember to use a permanent marker to put your child’s name on jackets, sweaters, lunch bags, and water bottles. Items not claimed will be donated to charity.

Breakfast & Lunch Menu


Our school/District utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more.  You can participate in this free service* just by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our school’s short code number, 67587.  Click here for more information.


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