Monday, Sept 7 – No School in observance of Labor Day
We have changed schedule so recess for the entire school is 10:00 – 10:20. This will begin Tuesday.
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USDA Extends Free Meals for Kids Through December 31, 2020 !!!! Olympic View will be providing meals for ALL OV students every Wednesday from 12:00 to 2:00 pm in the bus loop. Drive through and you will receive 5 days worth of meals. Open your trunk and we will place them there!!!
Need Tech Support? Call 619-656-2030 and ask for Carmen. If she cannot help you over the phone, she will ask you to bring in the device.
We are in unprecedented times in our world and in education. CLICK HERE for ways to
support your child’s teacher so out Golden Eagles have the best possible experience.
I would like to introduce our wonderful VAPA team that will provide visual and performing arts to our students. CLICK HERE to meet them!
We have an AMAZING OPTC. Stay tuned to see how you can support our Olympic View Students by being a member of the Olympic View Parent Teacher Organization.
Many have questions about when school will reopen. Here are some resources:
“Blueprint for a Safer Economy”
|In a move that will impact when schools may reopen for in-person instruction, the governor today announced a new county-by-county reopening framework. The new framework will replace the state’s current county monitoring list with a four-tiered system of monitoring criteria and restricted activities.|
Schools may reopen when their county moves from the “widespread” (purple) tier to the “substantial” (red) tier if they meet the established health state criteria for 14 consecutive days and remain below the purple tier for 14 days. In other words, a county must show improvement for 28 days total before its schools may reopen. Schools will also need to follow the industry guidance when they do reopen.
Schools located in counties that are on the “widespread” (purple) tier, which is equivalent to the previous county monitoring list, may not reopen for in-person instruction.
It is very important to fill out lunch application. If you cannot online, it will be available in your child’s materials and you can drop it off in front of school office.
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We are still working on proof of residency. If you have already submitted, you do not need to again.
It’s time for Residency Verification! In order to attend Camarena School ALL STUDENTS with the exception of incoming Kindergarteners who already registered, MUST provide documentation of residency. Click here for the residency verification form. Click here for the 2nd Family Affidavit (if home is in someone else’s name). Past due bills are ok this year only, but no more than 60 days past due. Please scan/take a photo of your completed documents and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Distance Learning parent handbook is now available. CLICK HERE to view.
Please complete this form, once you have reviewed.
Please note that California Compulsory Education Law requires everyone between the ages of six and eighteen years of age to attend school, except sixteen- and seventeen-year-olds who have graduated from high school or passed the California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE) and obtained parental permission to leave.
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