Week of May 22 – 26


Olympic View went through the certification process to become a Leader in Me Lighthouse School! We were notified that we have been awarded the honor!

Within the education industry, it is common for schools to receive recognition for outstanding achievement. The Lighthouse Certification is a highly-regarded standard set by FranklinCovey that is attainable by every Leader in Me school. As it is a significant benchmark, applying for this certification typically occurs four to five years after a school begins the Leader in Me process.

The certification is evidence that schools have produced outstanding results in school and student outcomes, by implementing the process with fidelity and excellence. It is also because of the extraordinary impact that the schools may be having on staff, students, parents, and the greater community.

Please take a moment to fill our our Measurable Result Survey for Leader in Me

We had a wonderful leadership day on Friday as well as our 6th grade dance!

Wednesday, May 24 – SSC meeting in room 303 at 4 pm MINUTES AGENDA

Thank you to our Golden Eagle Families for spoiling our staff this past week. Your donations, cards, flowers and gifts were greatly appreciated by all!

Uniforms are encouraged at Olympic View. Your support of and commitment to the uniform policy is vital to its success! We believe it sets high standards for the students by:

  • reducing peer pressure
  • increasing safety and security
  • eliminating the wearing of inappropriate clothing items
  • improving personal responsibility and accountability
  • preparing for the workplace
  • reinforcing positive behavior
  • allowing students to focus on academic targets
    Uniforms support our school spirit and a sense of esprit de corp. Our goal is to keep our focus on academic and social growth, not on the latest fashion trends. We see school uniforms as one positive and creative way to reduce discipline problems and increase school safety. Students who feel safe and secure learn basic values, the essentials of good citizenship, and are better students.
    The school uniform consists of the following: solid Navy blue or Khaki pants, shorts, skirts or jumpers, and solid red, white, or navy-blue shirts. If you require assistance acquiring the uniforms, please contact the office. Information is confidential.
    School Spirit shirts can be worn on any day of the school week.
    If you choose NOT to have your child wear a school uniform, the district dress policy must be followed:
    Students are expected to come to school appropriately dressed. Students failing to dress appropriately will be asked to change. If students are unable to change, parents/guardians will be contacted to bring clothing for their child to school. Parents/guardians are encouraged to have all student clothing free of any writing, pictures, or insignias. Students are not allowed to display by wearing or placement of apparel which would signify the affiliation or intent of affiliation in a student group advocating or participating in disruptive behavior. Ed Code 35183
    Olympic View allows for the outdoor use of sun-protective clothing and the use of sunscreen by students during the day. Sun Protective Clothing EC 35183.5
  • Be fitted at the waist
  • Be worn on the waist, not sagging
  • Stay up on the waist if the belt isn’t worn
  • Completely cover other clothing worn as an undergarment (gym shorts, underwear, etc.)
  • Leggings must be worn appropriately
  • Not be ripped, torn or have holes.
  • Be fitted at the waist
  • Be long enough to cover buttocks, upper thighs when walking, sitting, bending or reaching
  • Not be torn
  • Be long enough to cover buttocks, upper thighs when walking, sitting, bending or reaching
  • Not be backless, low back or low front
  • Not be tube tops, halter tops, or spaghetti straps
  • Not show bra, bandeau, or bra-like items
  • Be long enough so that skin is not showing at midriff when arms are raised
  • Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times
  • Be worn at all times and tied
  • Cover heels and toes
  • Tennis shoes must be tied at all times
  • Sandals must have closed toes and heel straps
  • Flip-flops or other backless shoes or sandals are not acceptable and can create a safety issue
  • Hanging belts, belts must be through belts loops
  • Hairnets, bandanas, or blankets worn as outer garment covering
  • Pajamas (only during class and school spirit days)
  • Clothing with words or logos shall be free of writing or images that promote alcohol, tobacco, drugs, gangs, violence, profanity, rude, pictures, vulgarity, sexual connotations or racial prejudice
  • Any item that becomes a disruption to the educational process
  • Make-up is inappropriate in the elementary school.
  • Dangling earrings, long chains, and keys that are worn visibly around the neck are unsafe (key chains should not be on the playground, as it will present a danger).
  • Artificial nails of any kind should not be worn. This is a safety hazard during PE, as well as a distraction during typing activities.
    Students may not wear clothing, jewelry, or personal items that:
    · Are pornographic, contain threats, or that promote illegal or violent conduct such as the unlawful use of drugs, tobacco, or drug paraphernalia
    · Demonstrate hate group associations/affiliation and or use hate speech targeting groups based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender, religious affiliation, or other protected groups
    · Cover the student’s face to the extent that the student is not identifiable (except clothing/headgear worn for religious or medical purpose).
    · Or demonstrate gang affiliation.
    Attire worn in observance of a student’s religion are not subject to the policy.

*** We are a Gum free school. Please remind your child to not bring gum to school. If you are a volunteer, or come to school for the morning message, please leave the gum at home. Our custodians and staff take pride in keeping our campus clean.

End-of-Year Survey
The Chula Vista Elementary School District prioritizes our school communities’ opinions, perceptions, and needs. The District is partnering with Hanover Research to conduct a short survey to help us understand how the current school year has been and the priorities and needs for the 2023-24 school year. We invite you to participate in this brief survey between May 9 and May 23, 2023. All responses are anonymous and will be kept confidential. Please use the following link to complete the survey:


Please contact the front office if you have any questions about the survey. We appreciate your participation.

We have 14 extra soft cover and 14 extra hard cover Yearbooks. We will sell them first come first serve in the front office AFTER SCHOOL ONLY, STARTING TUESDAY, MAY 30.

  • Cash only – and must have exact amount as office will not have change
  • Soft Cover = $25
  • Hard Cover = $30


22 and 23 – Incoming Kindergarten Assessments. If you have an incoming Kinder, please sign up using this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LmDO04WxXh6MI0kp5YYJvoeI8rdjim2w0KZrzK7zNh4/edit?usp=sharing

24 – SSC Meeting

25 – Volunteer Appreciation

26 – Golden Eagles Award Ceremony


2 – 6th Grade Promotion

2 – Last day of the 22-23 School Year


18 – Packet Pick up Night

19 – First day of the 23-24 School Year

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

2023-2024 CVESD School Calendar

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