Week of Aug. 8 – 12, 2022

🗓 Save the Dates! 🗓

💻 Registration on MYBOOSTER.COM opens on 08/10/2022

🏁 Olympic View Golden Eagles Obstacle Challenge Kick Off on 08/24/2022

🎉 Event Day on 09/02/2022

Our wonderful OPTC does so much to make our school a great place! Some of the things they have provided:

  • Teacher grants for classroom supplies
  • Shade sail for the lunch arbor
  • Marquee
  • Water filtration installation
  • New playground Peace Path
  • Art supplies
  • And many wonderful events

This year we will have new projects for parents and students to vote on. Stay Tuned!

Please be sure to continue to follow the COVID guidelines. If your child receives a close contact letter,we HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Please do not send your child to school with COVID symptoms. If your child tests positive with a home kit, or a location other than the district sponsored locations, please report it to the link below:

CLICK HERE TO REPORT POSITIVE TEST

CLICK HERE for testing sites for CVESD students.

Please contact covtest4@cvesd.org for a test to return guidance. CVESD is NOT collecting negative results unless 1) you/your child is attempting to release early from isolation after a positive test (before day 11) and 2) your child has Covid-like symptoms. To return to school they will need to have improving symptoms, be fever free for 24 hours and send covtest4@cvesd.org photo of two negative antigen tests taken twelve hours apart or one negative PCR test.

WE NEED YOU!

We are actively looking for multiple ways to reconnect with families. One of the ways you can support your child and our school is to nominate yourself to be on our School Site Council. We meet once a month, on a Wednesday, from 4-5:30 pm. SSC helps make decisions on school safety, and how to spend our funds. We would love to have you! Deadline has been extended!

To nominate yourself, you can fill out THIS FORM, Please consider being part of this leadership team.

Do you have time after school to help with the parking lot? We are creating a parent safety patrol. Use THIS FORM to sign up to help. Your child will have a safe place to be after school if you choose to volunteer.

We have many other ways for parent to volunteer!! We are excited to get you back on campus! Please fill out the VOLUNTEER FORM. There are many different opportunities to support our school!

Would you like to volunteer? Here are the following requirements:

CHECKLIST

DISASTER FORM

VIEW POWERPOINT

To Contact Olympic View’s Military Counselor, Norma Jimenez, call 619-517-2097

Hi Military Families –

There are so many fun and family-friendly activities going on this month! I hope you are able to get out and enjoy our wonderful city, as well as our amazing MWR programs about Naval Base Coronado, Point Loma and San Diego. Below are a couple of websites to help you on your search, plus specific events are listed in the write-ups below School Updates:

                Naval Base Coronado: https://coronado.navylifesw.com/

                Naval Base Point Loma: https://pointloma.navylifesw.com/

                Naval Base San Diego: https://sandiego.navylifesw.com/

                Coronado Upcoming Events: https://coronadotimes.com/events/

                San Diego Upcoming Events: https://www.sandiego.org/explore/events.aspx

As you prepare for the 2022-2023 school year, I encourage you to continue monitoring your district and school site websites to stay up-to-date.

–          Chula Vista Elementary School District: https://cvesd.org

o   Read the latest news and updates from the Superintendent, Dr. Eduardo Reyes, at https://cvesd.org

o   2022-2023 online registration for new students is available at https://www.cvesd.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=412034&pageId=15903607. Plus, download a copy of the District Calendar.

o   Board of Education Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Audio/Videohttps://www.cvesd.org/board-of-education/board-meetingsNext Meeting: August 10, 6 pm

o   Free Breakfast and Lunch Meals for ALL Enrolled Students for the 2022-2023 School Year – visit https://www.cvesd.org/parents/nutritional-services/child-nutrition-services to complete the LCFF survey by Sep 1, 2022, or turn in green form that came home with your child. Meals are provided regardless of form status.

o   CVESD Equity Dialogue Podcasthttps://cvesd.org

Have you joined OPTC (Olympic View Parent Teacher Club)? CLICK HERE to join

Front Office Deliveries

We are unable to deliver items to classrooms.  If a child forgets something at home we will not interrupt the learning of students and bring items to the classes.  We can place it in the teacher’s box, but there is no guarantee that the item will be picked up.

Come join us in the library and enjoy coffee and donuts!

2022-2023 School Calendar Information

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calen

Week of Aug. 1 – 5, 2022

Please be sure to continue to follow the COVID guidelines. If your child receives a close contact letter,we HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Please do not send your child to school with COVID symptoms. If your child tests positive with a home kit, please report it to the linki below:

CLICK HERE TO REPORT POSITIVE TEST

CLICK HERE for testing sites for CVESD students.

Please contact covtest4@cvesd.org for a test to return guidance. CVESD is NOT collecting negative results unless 1) you/your child is attempting to release early from isolation after a positive test (before day 11) and 2) your child has Covid-like symptoms. To return to school they will need to have improving symptoms, be fever free for 24 hours and send covtest4@cvesd.org photo of two negative antigen tests taken twelve hours apart or one negative PCR test.

WE NEED YOU!

We are actively looking for multiple ways to reconnect with families. One of the ways you can support your child and our school is to nominate yourself to be on our School Site Council. We meet once a month, on a Wednesday, from 4-5:30 pm. SSC helps make decisions on school safety, and how to spend our funds. We would love to have you!

To nominate yourself, you can fill out THIS FORM, Please consider being part of this leadership team.

Do you have time after school to help with the parking lot? We are creating a parent safety patrol. Use THIS FORM to sign up to help. Your child will have a safe place to be after school if you choose to volunteer.

We have many other way for parent to volunteer!! We are excited to get you back on campus! Please fill out the VOLUNTEER FORM. There are many different opportunities to support our school!

Would you like to volunteer? Here are the following requirements:

CHECKLIST

DISASTER FORM

VIEW POWERPOINT

Olympic View Elementary parents and families—this year’s main event is the Olympic View Golden Eagles Obstacle Challenge! Our goal is to raise $15,000 for campus improvements and to strengthen our school community.

🗓 Save the Dates! 🗓

💻 Registration on MYBOOSTER.COM opens on 08/10/2022

🏁 Olympic View Golden Eagles Obstacle Challenge starts off on 08/24/2022

🎉 Event Day on 09/02/2022

keep families informed!

Have you joined OPTC (Olympic View PArent Teacher Club)? When you join, participate in fundrasiers, and donate, here is where the money goes,,,

  • Paid for instalation of the water filtration system
  • Teacher Grants for ALL teachers for classroom necessities
  • New marquee
  • New playground stenciling that will be painted
  • Shade cover for the lunch tables
  • Art supplies for VAPA
  • And More!

CLICK HERE to join

2022-2023 School Calendar Information

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

Week of July 25 – 29, 2022

We are so excited for parents to return to campus to volunteer! We are actively looking for multiple ways to reconnect with families. One of the ways you can support your child and our school is to nominate yourself to be on our School Site Council. We meet once a month, on a Wednesday, from 4-5:30 pm. SSC helps make decisions on school safety, and how to spend our funds. We would love to have you!

To nominate yourself, you can fill out THIS FORM, or you can receive a hard copy that will send home with your child on Monday, July 25. Please consider being part of this leadership team.

PARENTS OF MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS:

Our English Learner Advisory Committee/Multicultural Family Association (ELAC/MFA)- will be meeting again on campus! Do you have a multilingual learner attending Olympic View? Do you want to help advise on the master plan for English Learners? Do you want to learn ways to support your child? Please join us on Tuesday, August 2nd, at 8:25 am in front of the school. Coffee, donuts and information will be provided. Come learn more from parents who have been on our ELAC/MFA in the past and are working hard to to keep families informed!

Have you joined OPTC (Olympic View PArent Teacher Club)? When you join, participate in fundrasiers, and donate, here is where the money goes,,,

  • Paid for instalation of the water filtration system
  • Teacher Grants for ALL teachers for classroom necessities
  • New marquee
  • New playground stenciling that will be painted
  • Shade cover for the lunch tables
  • Art supplies for VAPA
  • And More!

CLICK HERE to join

DO YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW OWN A BUSINESS?


Olympic View is so excited to launch our new Shirt Sponsorship program! Through this program,
we will be able to provide an item of spirit wear to EVERY student in our school, while also raising
needed funds for our students, staff, and programs this year.The primary component of our Shirt Sponsorship program is our Event Shirts. We are hoping to partner with local businesses to help sponsor these shirts. Their logo or name will be displayed onthe back of the shirt, and worn by every student in our school. Not only will their support bencredibly helpful to Olympic View but it will enable us to support them as a community!
If you know of, or are part of, a business that would be interested in becoming a Olympic View Shirt
Sponsor, please see the attached Sponsorship Form for more information.
We need a commitment from all Sponsors by July 28st in order to supply all our students with a shirt.
Thank you in advance for supporting our school! If you have any questions, please contact me at
info@ovptc.org
Thank you,
Astryd Gonzalez and Tamar Blanco
President and Spirit Wear Chairperson
OPTC

2022-2023 School Calendar Information

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Calendar

Welcome Back and COVID Guidance

Good Evening Olympic View Families and Friends,

We hope to see you tonight (july 19) from 5-7!!! Kona Ice will be here, and we will also be handing out COVID test kits. In your back to school packet will be a map. Feel free to find your child’s classroom and blacktop number tonight. Students report the the blacktop to their assigned class number. Morning message starts right at 8:15 am. If your child tests positive, please follow these directions:

CLICK HERE TO REPORT POSITIVE TEST

Please contact covtest4@cvesd.org for a test to return guidance. CVESD is NOT collecting negative results unless 1) you/your child is attempting to release early from isolation after a positive test (before day 11) and 2) your child has Covid-like symptoms. To return to school they will need to have improving symptoms, be fever free for 24 hours and send covtest4@cvesd.org photo of two negative antigen tests taken twelve hours apart or one negative PCR test. 

Breakfast and lunch will continue to be provided for free for all students! PLEASE return the LCFF lunch application form within the first week of school, to your child’s teacher. It is in the back to school packet.

Students can be dropped off at 7:30 am (gates open). Breakfast service starts at 7:45 – 8:10 am. Due to change in high school start time, traffice will be a challenge. Get to campus before 8 to beat the worst of the traffic.

PICK UP PROCEDURES

SAFETY:

We would like to ask the adults, in addition to the children, to abide by Safety Patrol Rules.  If your child sees you waiting for the Safety Patrol, your child will follow suit.  Please help us in preventing jaywalking.  Encourage your student to follow safety guidelines.  Please do not park in any of the red areas.  This is a no parking area, and you will be ticketed.  Also, do not leave your car unattended in the yellow zone. PK and K students will be picked up at the PK and Kinder gates. Grades 1-3 should be picked up in the north pick up, and grades 4-6 in the bus loop. If you have more than one child, pick up should occur at the youngest child’s pick-up spot Children should not cross parking lot to get to his/her car. Students should enter and exit car on the passenger side in the drop off/pick up lane.  Please do not park in any parking spaces that are designated for staff.  Thank you for being polite to other drivers, our staff and volunteers, and the student Safety Patrol, as our children learn from the behaviors that we model.

Remind your child to come directly to the pick up spot and keep an eye out for your vehicle. Please pull all the way forward in open space and do not leave your vehicle unattended. TRAFFIC will be a challenge! Be safe and be kind!

Residency Verification

July 19 is our Packet Pcik up Night from 5-7 pm! Come see where your child’s classroom is located s well as their blacktop line-up number. Kona ice will also be here!!

If your residency verification is not complete, you can come by the office to turn in forms in person from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Week of July 18 – 22, 2022

Dear Olympic View Families and friends,

We are excited for the 2022-23 school year! Join us for packet pick up night. We will also be providing COVID test kits for each student. Be sure to stop by!

Please be sure to look over our Parent/Student Handbook.

Use the QR code above or CLICK HERE to join OPTC.

If your child plans on having a cell phone or smart watch at school, please complete the CELL PHONE/SMARTWATCH WAIVER.

If you are unable to attend packet pick-up, class rosters will be emailed to all families who have a valid email address on file. Be sure to check your spam as it comes from “school messenger.” Lists will also be posted on the window outside the front office on Tuesday at 5pm

Eastlake High School has changed the start and stop times for the 22-23 school year. Eastlake High will start at 8:30 am. This will greatly impact out traffic in fromt of Olympic View as well. I will be working with our safety coordinator as well as CVPD to discuss ways to eleviate the impact. We will need your help and patience in order to keep our students safe. We STONGLY encourage you to drop your child between 7:30 and 8:00 am to avoid highly impacted traffic. Also, considering walking if possible, or carpooling.

PICK UP PROCEDURES

SAFETY:

We would like to ask the adults, in addition to the children, to abide by Safety Patrol Rules.  If your child sees you waiting for the Safety Patrol, your child will follow suit.  Please help us in preventing jaywalking.  Encourage your student to follow safety guidelines.  Please do not park in any of the red areas.  This is a no parking area, and you will be ticketed.  Also, do not leave your car unattended in the yellow zone.  Students in PK and K will be picked up at the PK and Kinder gates. Grades 1-3 should be picked up in the north pick up, and grades 4-6 in the bus loop. If you have more than one child, pick up should occur at the youngest child’s pick-up spot Children should not cross parking lot to get to his/her car. Students should enter and exit car on the passenger side in the drop off/pick up lane.  Please do not park in any parking spaces that are designated for staff.  Thank you for being polite to other drivers, our staff and volunteers, and the student Safety Patrol, as our children learn from the behaviors that we model.

2022-2023 School Calendar Information

Student Starting Date: July 20, 2022 
Student Ending Date: June 2, 2023

Back To School!

Welcome to the 2022-23 School Year, Olympic View!

Hello Olympic View Families and Friends!

We are so excited to start the 2022-2023 school year! It is going to be a year filled with learning, leadership and fun!

As we prepare for the upcoming school year, please be sure to stay informed about important updates and dates. Enter your email to follow the school blog.

If you are unable to attend packet pick-up, class rosters will be emailed to all families who have a valid email address on file. Be sure to check your spam as it comes from “school menssenger.” Lists will also be posted on the window outside the front office.

Eastlake High School has changed the start and stop times for the 22-23 school year. Eastlake High will start at 8:30 am. This will greatly impact out traffic in fromt of Olympic View as well. I will be working with our safety coordinator as well as CVPD to discuss ways to eleviate the impact. We will need your help and patience in order to keep our students safe. We STONGLY encourage you to drop your child between 7:30 and 8:00 am to avoid highly impacted traffic. Also, considering walking if possible, or carpooling.

UNIFORMS AND DRESS GUIDELINES:

Uniforms are encouraged, but not required 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

PANTS SHOULD:

  • 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

SHORTS SHOULD:

  • Be fitted at the waist
  • Be long enough to cover buttocks, upper thighs when walking, sitting, bending or reaching
  • Not be torn

SKIRTS, SKORTS, DRESSES SHOULD:

  • Be long enough to cover buttocks, upper thighs when walking, sitting, bending or reaching

TOPS SHOULD:

  • 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

SHOES SHOULD:

  • 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

NOT ALLOWED ON CLOTHING OR ACCESSORIES:

  • 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 are worn visibly around the neck are unsafe (key chains should not be on the playground, as it will present a danger).

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.

  • 7/8-7/15  7:45 am-4:00 pm  School Office Open 
  • Wednesday, 7/13 4:00 Special CVESD Board Meeting
  • Wednesday, 7/13 6:00 CVESD Board Meeting,
  • Tuesday, 7/19 5:00-7:00 pm Back to School Packet Pick-Up
  • Wednesday, 7/20 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL (minimum day 1:15 dismissal for 1-6 grade)
  • Wednesday, 7/20 Kinder Orientation from 9 – 11:30 am. Parents stay with their child. More info to come.
  • Thursday, 7/21  Kinder Minimum Day only (minimum day 11:30 dismissal)
  • Friday, 7/22 Kinder Minimum Day (minimum day 11:30 dismissal) Grades 1-6 at 1:15 pm
  • Saturday, 7/23 9:00-1:00 CVESD Community Expo

2022-2023 School Calendar Information

Student Starting Date: July 20, 2022 
Student Ending Date: June 2, 2023

Key breaks include:

  • Fall Break: September 26 – October 7, 2022
  • Thanksgiving Break: November 21 – November 25, 2022
  • Winter Break: December 19, 2022 – January 6, 2023
  • Spring Break: March 20 – March 31, 2023

 click here to register.

2022-2023 Online Registration for NEW Students

NEW STUDENT registration is going on now for the following:

  • Kindergartners who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2022
  • TK students who turn 5 years old between September 2, 2022, and February 2, 2023
  • NEW students in grades 1st through 6th 
  • Transfers are welcome! Please spread the word to family, friends, and neighbors!

 All registrations will take place online. There will be no paper packets. To register please click

School Office Hours

Good Morning Olympic View Families and Friends,

I have a correction on the school office dates and hours. I apologize for the incorrect information previously shared. The office will open Friday, July 8 at 7:45 am – 4:00 pm. Thank you!

22-23 School Year

As we prepare for the upcoming school year, please be sure to stay informed about important updates and dates. Be sure to enter your email to follow the school blog.

Eastlake High School has changed the start and stop times for the 22-23 school year. Eastlake High will start at 8:30 am. This will greatly impact out traffic in fromt of Olympic View as well. I will be working with our safety coordinator as well as CVPD to discuss ways to eleviate the impact. We will need your help and patience in order to keep our students safe.

Save the Date! Tuesday, July 19, come by school between 5 pm and 7pm to get your back to school packet! You will find out who your child’s teacher will be, sign up to be a member of OPTC, and more!

Your child will not be placed in a class until residency verification has been completed. You should have received a “Snap Code” via email for each of your children that attend OV. If you have not completed this, or did not receive the email, the school office will be open starting July 6 from 7:45 am to 4:00 pm.

2022-23 School Calendar

Please be sure to view the 22-23 school calendar and plan vacations during non-school times. Thank you!