In addition to being the largest elementary school district in the state and home to nine California Distinguished Schools, the Chula Vista Elementary School District can now also claim to be San Diego County’s first Live Well, San Diego! school district. On Wednesday, April 17, the County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) awarded the […]
Reblogged from Camarena Elementary School: Will Camarena Elementary offer a Dual Immersion Program? Based on the interest from within the community, Camarena will definitely offer a Dual Immersion Program. What grade levels will be able to access the Dual Immersion Program in 2013-14? Kindergarten and 1st grade will be able to access a full Dual […]
Reblogged from Hedenkamp Elementary School: CAMP NEWS Our sixth grade students are having a wonderful time in the great outdoors. If you would like to see pictures of the students as well as breakfast today, click on CAMP PICTURES. This will take you to the Sixth Grade Blog. Great work by our sixth grade teachers. […]
Reblogged from Salt Creek Elementary: Great job, Salt Creek!
Servicemen from the guided missile cruiser USS Princeton recently painted tables, primed poles and helped spruce up the campus of Palomar Elementary. The activities were thanks to the ship’s ‘adopt-a-school’ partnership with the school. Fourth grade students had lunch with the volunteers, who were members of the ship’s First Class Petty Officers Association. The Princeton […]
Reblogged from Welcome to the Kellogg School Blog: Get your tennis shoes ready for this year’s Jump Rope for Heart event this Friday, February 8 from 1:15-1:45 p.m! Every year, Chula Vista Elementary School students promote heart health and raise money for the American Heart Association by participating in this event. Jump ropes will be […]
Reblogged from Salt Creek Elementary: Congratulations to our Salt Creek Marathoners. On Sunday, Stephenie Parker-Petitt (2nd/3rd Grade), Gavin Kelly (6th Grade), and Tim Kriss (4th Grade) completed the Carlsbad Half Marathon and Renée Jones (Kinder) and Jenica Lundgren (All Star Parent) completed the Full Marathon. Thanks for showing us the way to health and fitness […]
The Board of Education designated February 1 as National Wear Red Day in CVESD. The event is in recognition of the American Heart Association’s ‘Go Red for Women’ campaign to raise awareness about the high rate of cardiovascular disease in women.
Reblogged from Loma Verde Elementary: This week the fourth and third grade students enjoyed Zumba during P.E. and got a great work out too! The YMCA and Loma Verde’s Impact Teachers have partnered up to provide new and exciting experiences for our students during the school day. Thank you to Vanessa for doing a wonderful […]
Reblogged from Salt Creek Elementary: Congratulations to all students who braved the rainy weather and participated in the Salt Creek Spelling Bee. Listed below are the top 3 finishers for each grade level. (Teacher’s name is in parentheses). Kindergarten Ricky Solorzano (Allinger) Stacey Valentin (Allinger) and Lexie Canaris (Jones) Diego Turner (Jones) First Grade Bella Robinson […]