Meal Service Update (6 April 2020)

Meal Distribution to Resume on Tuesday, April 7

The District will resume meal distribution at nine school sites for the week following Spring Break: Tues., April 7 – Friday, April 10.  Meal bags will contain breakfast and lunch servings.  District and school staff will start distributing the meal bags at 10 a.m., and will stop once all bags are distributed on a first come, first served basis.  Meals are intended for our neediest children between the ages of 1 to 18.  These schools have a student population where 50 percent or more are on free/reduced priced meal program.

Students who are receiving meals should be physically present.  Meals may consist of packaged, refrigerated, and frozen items.  Heating instructions will be included for entrees.  Our partner agency, Chula Vista Police Department, will have School Resource Officers on site to assist with meal distribution.  The nine schools to serve as distribution sites are:

Feaster Charter School
670 Flower St, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Harborside Elementary School
681 Naples St, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Hilltop Drive Elementary School
30 Murray St, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
849 Twining Ave, San Diego, CA 92154

Loma Verde Elementary School
1450 Loma Ln, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Montgomery Elementary School
1601 4th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Otay Elementary School
1651 Albany Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Rice Elementary School
915 4th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Vista Square Elementary School
540 G St, Chula Vista, CA 91910


 

La distribución de comida se reanuda el martes, 7 de abril

El Distrito reanudará la distribución de comidas en nueve escuelas durante gran parte de la semana después de las vacaciones de primavera:  martes, 7 de abril a viernes, 10 de abril. Las bolsas de comida contendrán porciones de desayuno y almuerzo.  El personal del Distrito y de la escuela comenzará a distribuir las bolsas de comida a las 10 a.m., y se detendrá una vez que todas las bolsas se distribuyan por orden de llegada.  Las comidas están destinadas a nuestros niños más necesitados entre las edades de 1 a 18.  Estas escuelas tienen una población estudiantil donde el 50 por ciento o más están en el programa de comidas gratis/o a precio reducido.

Los estudiantes que estén recibiendo alimentos deben de estar presentes.  Los alimentos consisten en artículos empacados, refrigerados y congelados.  Se incluirán las instrucciones de calentado.  Nuestra agencia asociada, el Departamento de Policía de Chula Vista, tendrá oficiales de recursos escolares para ayudar con la distribución de comidas en cada escuela.  Las nueve escuelas que sirven como centros de distribución son:

Feaster Charter School
670 Flower St, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Harborside Elementary School
681 Naples St, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Hilltop Drive Elementary School
30 Murray St, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
849 Twining Ave, San Diego, CA 92154

Loma Verde Elementary School
1450 Loma Ln, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Montgomery Elementary School
1601 4th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Otay Elementary School
1651 Albany Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Rice Elementary School
915 4th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Vista Square Elementary School
540 G St, Chula Vista, CA 91910

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Sunday Update for 5 April 2020

Dear Allen Elementary Families,

Our entire school team misses you greatly and hopes this finds you well.

During Quarter 4, due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic, CVESD will embark upon a distance learning instructional model for all students until further notice.  To view our District newsletter regarding distance learning & other related items, please CLICK HERE.

Allen Elementary’s goal is to keep student learning alive and well until health officials determine that it is safe to reopen.  This week (April 6- 10), our teachers will be planning and preparing curriculum for distance learning instruction.  Teachers will not, however, assign academic work this week.  Distance learning for students will start, to the extent possible, on Monday, April 13.

This week, your child’s teacher will contact you by email or phone.  It’s important that you reply in a timely manner, as we need to assess the distance learning resources available at your home and confirm that all students are able to communicate with their teachers.

We’ll strive to provide your child with a quality education in a nurturing, virtual classroom environment during this last quarter of the school year.  Since distance learning is new for both teachers and students, I respectfully ask that you are patient with our instructional team.  Rest assured, we’ll work hard to support you and your child through this new model of learning.

Lastly, CVESD will not be distributing any digital devices (such as laptops or iPads) at this time.  However, our teachers will ensure that assignments will be flexible and equitable for all students.

As always, thank you for your partnership and support.  I look forward to the day we’re back on campus together.  Please let your children know we miss them:  Our staff is so excited to connect with them this week.

Warm regards,

Mr. John Greenwell, M.S.Ed.

Principal

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Distance Learning Update (2 April 2020)

Hello Ella B. Allen Elementary School Families and Friends,

We are embarking on a new challenge:  We will get through this together.  Below is a message and information from the Superintendent.  Please note that teachers are doing virtual planning and collaboration this upcoming week, as well as meeting virtually with me.  They will be communicating with you soon and helping you to get prepared for distance learning that officially begins on April 13, 2020.  Stay tuned for further information from both me and your child’s teacher.  Please be sure to click on the our newsletter link below for a video from Dr. Escobedo as well as detailed information and links.

Warmly,

Mr. John Greenwell, Principal of Allen School

 

Campuses Closed for Remainder of School Year, Student Academic Progress to Continue Via Distance Learning

Dear Parents and Guardians,

As our scheduled Spring Break comes to an end, I want to inform you that Chula Vista Elementary School District (CVESD) facilities and campuses will remain closed for the remainder of the school year unless health officials determine it is safe to reopen. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Governor have each recommended closing school facilities for the remainder of the school year out of concerns and needs for ongoing social distancing. This means that classes will not resume for CVESD students on April 6 in the traditional sense. Instead, our District will embark on a Distance Learning initiative. The first week back from Spring Break will be reserved for teacher planning, preparation, and professional development. Distance learning will commence, to the extent possible, on April 13.

Our instructional team has worked diligently with our teacher leaders and peers from across San Diego County to rapidly develop plans to support students’ academic progress while at home. I ask for your patience and flexibility as we all adapt to new ways of teaching and learning outside of the traditional classroom setting. Our goal now is to ensure a continuity of education to the greatest extent possible, given current conditions. I know this is a difficult period for many.

Please be reassured that the safety of students and staff remains our highest priority. It is important to continue to comply with the Governor’s “Shelter in Place” directive. Our duty as a school district during this period is to carry out the following essential services:

  • Meal preparation and distribution to students.
  • Keeping the continuity of learning moving forward.

Our journey will not always be smooth or easy. I look forward to the day when we can meet again in person. Until then, please stay healthy and well. Go through our newsletter in  detail, and  keep informed about our plans for Distance Learning.

Sincerely,
Francisco Escobedo, Ed.D.
Superintendent

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A friendly hello from Allen Elementary

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Sunday Message for March 29, 2020

Happy Sunday Allen Eagles!

This is Mr. Greenwell with your Sunday message.  I know that we are officially on Spring Break, but I want to fulfill my pledge to you to continue to provide updates on this unprecedented situation.  I want to reiterate the message from public health officials to stay home and stay healthy.

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Update:  Learning at Home

The Chula Vista Elementary School District is actively working in collaboration with the San Diego County Office of Education and with teachers within our District to provide a learning plan for students to engage in while at home.  More information on how students will be able to access distance learning will be available soon.  For the time being, we are encouraging students and families to safely enjoy the two week Spring Break to the extent possible, given current conditions.

The best thing a child can do is read and exercise during this time.  Library books can be checked out online for free via the San Diego County Library system [click here].  Go for a walk as a family (while still practicing appropriate social distancing recommendations).  Or you can try free physical education activities [click here] or [click here].  These are optional, free activities that will engage the minds and bodies of your entire household!

Remember to check out the Students page at cvesd.org for optional online learning links.

There is also a helpful FAQ with additional information and updates regarding COVID-19 [click here].

Here is information about low cost computers for kids and low-cost internet access.

 

Update:  Meal Distribution on Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Our District is committed to distributing meals to students from families in need during Spring Break.  The next meal distribution is scheduled for ‪Tuesday, March 31 at the same nine regional school sites that we utilized last Tuesday.  We will start distributing at 10 am on a first-come, first-served basis.  We will stop the distribution once all bags are handed out.

Last Tuesday, due to overwhelming response, all nine school sites finished distribution of meals as early as 10:45 am.  Altogether, more than 4,500 meal bags were distributed representing 45,000 meals (each bag meal distribution covers five days of breakfast and lunch).  We reduced the number of meal distribution sites from all 46 schools to nine regional locations during Spring Break in order to better comply with the requests from national, state, and local public health officials to limit possible spread or exposure to COVID-19.

We are exploring the addition of about 1,000 meal bags beyond the 4,500 we had planned for.  Due to the current situation, we are limited on deliveries to our warehouse, and as a result can only pass out that which we receive and can bundle.  We also are serving children ages 1-18, which is considerably different from a normal school day.  To view a list of our nine school sites for Tuesday’s meal distribution, click here.

Parents are encouraged to bring their student(s) to our District’s meal distribution “only if you really need it.” This program is designed for students who are on the free/reduced price meal program. While we wish we could serve everyone who comes to us, that is not possible for safety and logistics reasons.

To view other sources in the community for food distribution, such as South Bay Community Services, Community of Hope, and other organizations, click here.  Our District is not the only source of food distribution in the South County.  A number of agencies are pulling together to assist as many families as possible.

I want to give a shout out to the many district employees and volunteers who are making the meal distribution possible. The CNS cafeteria staff, custodial staff, and others who made this happen in such a short amount of time were remarkable!

A friendly reminder that students who are receiving meals must be physically present. Meals may consist of packaged, refrigerated, and frozen items. Heating instructions will be included for entrees. Our partner agency, Chula Vista Police Department, will have School Resource Officers on site to assist with meal distribution. The locations are:

Vista Square Elementary School
540 G Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Rice Elementary School
915 Fourth AV
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
849 Twining Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154

Harborside Elementary School
681 Naples Street
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Casillas Elementary School
1130 East J St
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Salt Creek Elementary School
1055 Hunte Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914

Loma Verde Elementary School
1450 Loma Lane
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Muraoka Elementary School
1644 Santa Alexia Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91913

Sunnyside Elementary School
5430 San Miguel Road
Bonita, CA 91902

I look forward to seeing you all when this crisis situation is over.  In the meantime, be well Allen Eagles! 

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School Closure and Meal Update (24 March 2020)

Due to overwhelming response, all nine school sites finished distribution of meals well in advance of 12 noon today, some as early as 10:45 am.  Altogether, more than 4,500 meal bags were handed out.  Thank you to our Child Nutrition Services staff, custodial staff, District office staff, YMCA staff, and school site administrators.  Apologies to those who were not able to receive a meal at our sites today.  We will share resources for additional food distribution locations in our community to families who did not receive meals.
We certainly understand and appreciate concerns about students’ academic progress during an extended or indefinite school closure. This is an extraordinary period in our history.  The Chula Vista Elementary School District is actively working in collaboration with the San Diego County Office of Education and with leaders within our District to provide a learning plan for students to engage in while at home. It is encouraging and heartening to see so many districts and educators contributing ideas for innovative solutions. More information on how students will be able to access distance learning will be available soon. For the time being, we are encouraging our staff, students, and families to safely enjoy the two-week Spring Break in our District to the extent possible given current conditions.

Meal distribution will take place next on Tuesday, March 31 from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at nine regionally located school sites across the District.  Meals will be served until we run out.

Students who are receiving meals must be physically present. Meals may consist of packaged, refrigerated, and frozen items. Heating instructions will be included for entrees. Our partner agency, Chula Vista Police Department, will have School Resource Officers on site to assist with meal distribution. The locations are:

Vista Square Elementary School
540 G Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Rice Elementary School
915 Fourth AV
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
849 Twining Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154

Harborside Elementary School
681 Naples Street
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Casillas Elementary School
1130 East J St
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Salt Creek Elementary School
1055 Hunte Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914

Loma Verde Elementary School
1450 Loma Lane
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Muraoka Elementary School
1644 Santa Alexia Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91913

Sunnyside Elementary School
5430 San Miguel Road
Bonita, CA 91902

For additional Food Resources, please review the options listed below. Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and Feeding San Diego are operating. By calling 211, clients can provide their address and be directed to the closest food distribution in their area. The San Diego Food Bank website will direct to their distribution sites as contained on the 211 website (https://my211.force.com/s/service-directory?code=BD).

Warmly,

Principal John Greenwell, M.S. Ed.

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Sunday Message for March 22, 2020

Hi Allen Eagles,

Here is the latest new from our Superintendent, Dr. Escobedo:

Dear Parents/Guardians:

As you may have heard, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a statewide “shelter-in-place.” This latest directive aligns closely with actions taken earlier this week by our San Diego County officials, which means we will continue limiting gatherings to no more than 10 individuals and enforcing social distancing.

In a unified effort to protect the health of students, staff and school communities, the Chula Vista Elementary School District and other school districts countywide, in collaboration with the County Department of Public Health, made the collective decision to remain closed indefinitely. We will send you weekly updates while our schools are closed until further notice. We are taking a proactive and aggressive approach to maintain the health, safety and well-being of our schools and communities.

The Governor’s order does not change or impact the role of CVESD, which is considered essential, nor our duty to carry out the following essential services:

  • Meals being prepared and distributed to students.
  • Any function associated with keeping the continuity of learning moving forward.

As we all adjust to the ongoing reality of school closures, I want to provide a message of encouragement and support to you, our families. CVESD is comprised of staff, parents, students, and our community partners. Together each of us is being asked to do our part. These are truly unprecedented times and ones that can be challenging for our children to understand. I appreciate the difficult task that families face in keeping their loved ones healthy, safe and informed.

Please know that our Board, District Leadership Team, Teachers and Staff are making student-based decisions with the health and safety of our learning community as our top priority. Most recently, we announced the extension of meal service for students through Spring Break. Please view our District website and social media channels for information about resources for you and your loved ones.

I also want to thank you for your continued cooperation and support as we make our way through this historic situation. Our District remains in regular contact with local, state, and federal officials. Please be reassured in that we are developing and putting plans into place that will provide students with resources they need.

Again, thank you for your ongoing flexibility, understanding, and grit. Please remember to focus on modeling calm. Keep your family and loved ones healthy and safe. We will get through this together.

Sincerely,
Francisco Escobedo, Ed.D.
Superintendent


Hola, familias.

Este es el Superintendente Francisco Escobedo con una actualización importante. Como muchos de ustedes habrán escuchado, el Gobernador de California Gavin Newson anunció “resguardo en casa” en todo el estado. Esta última directiva se alinea con las acciones llevadas a cabo a principios de la semana por los oficiales del Condado de San Diego, lo cual significa que vamos a continuar con la limitación de reuniones de no más de 10 personas y reforzando el distanciamiento social.

En un esfuerzo unificado para proteger la salud de los estudiantes, el personal y las comunidades escolares, el Distrito de Escuelas Primarias de Chula Vista y otros distritos escolares de todo el condado, en colaboración con el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado, tomaron la decisión colectiva de permanecer cerrados indefinidamente. Le enviaremos actualizaciones semanales mientras nuestras escuelas estén cerradas hasta nuevo aviso. Estamos adoptando un enfoque proactivo y agresivo para mantener la salud, la seguridad y el bienestar de nuestras escuelas y comunidades.

La orden del Gobernador no cambia ni afecta el papel de CVESD, que se considera esencial, ni nuestro deber de llevar a cabo los siguientes servicios esenciales:

  • Alimentos preparados y distribuidos a los estudiantes.
  • Cualquier función asociada para seguir adelante con la continuidad de la enseñanza.

A medida que todos nos adaptamos a la actual realidad del cierre de las escuelas, quisiera brindarles un mensaje de aliento y apoyo a ustedes, nuestras familias. CVESD está constituido del personal, padres, estudiantes y socios de la comunidad. Juntos, a cada uno de nosotros se nos pide que hagamos nuestra parte. Estos son tiempos realmente sin precedentes y que pueden ser difíciles de entender para nuestros hijos. Aprecio la difícil tarea que enfrentan las familias para mantener a sus seres queridos saludables, seguros e informados. Vamos a superar esto juntos. Este es el Doctor Escobedo deseándole salud y bienestar continuo.

Tenga en cuenta que nuestra Mesa Directiva, el Equipo de liderazgo del Distrito, los maestros y el personal están tomando decisiones basadas en los estudiantes siendo la salud y la seguridad de nuestra comunidad de aprendizaje nuestra prioridad principal. Recientemente, anunciamos la extensión del servicio de comidas para estudiantes durante las vacaciones de primavera. Consulte la página web del Distrito y los canales de redes sociales para obtener información sobre los recursos para usted y sus seres queridos.

También quiero agradecerles por su continua cooperación y apoyo mientras avanzamos en esta situación histórica. Nuestro Distrito permanece en contacto regular con funcionarios locales, estatales y federales. Tenga la seguridad de que estamos desarrollando y poniendo en marcha planes que proporcionarán a los estudiantes los recursos que necesitan.

Nuevamente, gracias por su continua flexibilidad, comprensión y perseverancia. Recuerde concentrarse en modelar la calma. Mantenga a su familia y seres queridos sanos y seguros. Vamos a superar esto juntos.

Atentamente,
Dr. Francisco Escobedo
Superintendente

 

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Meal Service Update (20 March 2020)

Allen Families,

The Chula Vista Elementary School District has revised its “grab-and-go” meal service through the upcoming two-week Spring Break, i.e. the weeks of March 23-27 and March 30-April 3. The meal distribution will take place at nine regionally located school sites across the District. However, there will be only ONE DAY for meal distribution each of those weeks, with a box for each student that will contain five days’ worth of meals. The distribution dates are:

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Tuesday, March 24 and 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Tuesday, March 31

Students who are receiving meals must be physically present. Meals may consist of packaged, refrigerated, and frozen items. Heating instructions will be included for entrees. Our partner agency, Chula Vista Police Department, will have School Resource Officers on site to assist with meal distribution. The locations are:

Vista Square Elementary School
540 G Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Rice Elementary School
915 Fourth AV
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
849 Twining Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154

Harborside Elementary School
681 Naples Street
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Casillas Elementary School
1130 East J St
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Salt Creek Elementary School
1055 Hunte Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914

Loma Verde Elementary School
1450 Loma Lane
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Muraoka Elementary School
1644 Santa Alexia Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91913

Sunnyside Elementary School
5430 San Miguel Road
Bonita, CA 91902

For additional Food Resources, please review the options listed below. Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and Feeding San Diego are operating. By calling 211, clients can provide their address and be directed to the closest food distribution in their area. The San Diego Food Bank website will direct to their distribution sites as contained on the 211 website (https://my211.force.com/s/service-directory?code=BD).

Warmly,

Principal John Greenwell, M.S. Ed.

 

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Familias de Allen,

El Distrito de Escuelas Primarias de Chula Vista continuará su servicio de distribución de alimentos durante las dos semanas programadas como vacaciones de primavera, es decir, del 23 a 27 de marzo y del 30 de marzo al 3 de abril. La distribución se llevará a cabo en 9 escuelas ubicadas regionalmente en todo el Distrito. Sin embargo, habrá solo UN DÍA para la distribución de comidas cada semana, con una caja para cada estudiante que contendrá alimentos para cinco días. Las fechas de distribución son:

Martes, 24 de marzo 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. y Martes, 31 de marzo 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

Los estudiantes que estén recibiendo alimentos deben de estar presentes. Los alimentos consisten en artículos empacados, refrigerados y congelados. Se incluirán las instrucciones de calentado. Nuestra agencia asociada, el Departamento de Policía de Chula Vista, tendrá oficiales de recursos escolares para ayudar con la distribución de comidas en cada escuela. Las escuelas son:

Vista Square Elementary School
540 G Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Rice Elementary School
915 Fourth AV
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
849 Twining Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154

Harborside Elementary School
681 Naples Street
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Casillas Elementary School
1130 East J St
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Salt Creek Elementary School
1055 Hunte Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914

Loma Verde Elementary School
1450 Loma Lane
Chula Vista, CA 91911

Muraoka Elementary School
1644 Santa Alexia Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91913

Sunnyside Elementary School
5430 San Miguel Road
Bonita, CA 91902

Para más recursos de alimentos, por favor vea las opciones a continuación: Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank y Feeding San Diego estan operando. Al llamar al 211, los clientes pueden proporcionar su domicilio y serán dirigidos al área de distribución de alimentos más cercano. La página web del The San Diego Food Bank lo dirige a sus sitios de distribución como aparecen en la página web del 211 (https://my211.force.com/s/service-directory?code=BD).

Atentamente,

Director John Greenwell, M.S.Ed.

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School Closure Update (17 March 2020)

Due to ongoing updates from county government and health officials, the district will make an adjustment to its meal service schedule to better accommodate local families. When students pick up lunch on March 17, they will receive another bag for the next day’s breakfast, as well. This means families will only need to make one trip to school to pick up lunch and breakfast for children ages 1 to 18. Parents are reminded that they can visit the nearest school to pick up meal bags and don’t have to go to the school site their child attends.

Here is CVESD’s meal service schedule for the rest of the week:

  • March 18-March 20: Lunch and Breakfast (for next day) will be handed out from 10am-12pm.

We thank you for your ongoing patience and understanding.


El Distrito hará un ajuste a su horario de servicio de comidas para atender mejor a las familias locales. Cuando los estudiantes recojan su almuerzo el martes, 17 de marzo, recibirán una bolsa adicional con el desayuno para el día siguiente. Esto quiere decir qué, las familias únicamente tendrán que hacer un solo viaje a la escuela para recoger el desayuno y el almuerzo para niños de 1 a 18 años de edad. Se les recuerda a los padres que pueden visitar la escuela más cercana para recoger bolsas de comida y no tienen que ir a la escuela a la que asiste su hijo.

A continuación, el horario de servicio de comidas de CVESD para el resto de la semana:

  • 18 de marzo – 20 marzo: Almuerzo y desayuno (para el siguiente día) se entregará de 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Le agradecemos su paciencia y comprensión.

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Update for School Closure (16 March 2020)

Beginning today, the District will make an adjustment to its meal service schedule to better accommodate local families. When students pick up lunch on March 17, they will receive another bag for the next day’s breakfast, as well. This means families will only need to make one trip to school to pick up lunch and breakfast for children ages 1 to 18. Parents are reminded that they can visit the nearest school to pick up meal bags and don’t have to go to the school site their child attends.

Here is CVESD’s meal service schedule for the rest of the week:

  • March 17: Breakfast 8am-8:30am and Lunch 10am-12pm (will hand out lunch and breakfast for next day)
  • March 18-March 20: Lunch and Breakfast (for next day) will be handed out from 10am-12pm.

We thank you for your ongoing patience and understanding.


Comenzando el martes, el Distrito hará un ajuste a su horario de servicio de comidas para atender mejor a las familias locales. Cuando los estudiantes recojan su almuerzo el martes, 17 de marzo, recibirán una bolsa adicional con el desayuno para el día siguiente. Esto quiere decir qué, las familias únicamente tendrán que hacer un solo viaje a la escuela para recoger el desayuno y el almuerzo para niños de 1 a 18 años de edad. Se les recuerda a los padres que pueden visitar la escuela más cercana para recoger bolsas de comida y no tienen que ir a la escuela a la que asiste su hijo.

A continuación, el horario de servicio de comidas de CVESD para el resto de la semana:

  • 17 de marzo: Desayuno 8:00 a.m. -8:30 a.m. y almuerzo 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (se entregará el almuerzo y el desayuno para el día siguiente)
  • 17 de marzo – 20 marzo: Almuerzo y desayuno (para el siguiente día) se entregará de 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Le agradecemos su paciencia y comprensión.

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