475 East J Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Phone: 619-421-0771
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Welcome 2019-2020 TK and Kinder Students and Parents!

Back to School and Picture Day Info

Our Back-to-School (Curriculum Night) is just around the corner. Childcare will be provided for school age children (no infants, babies, or toddlers). Please plan on being seated in your child’s class at the start time.  Click here for more!

Proof of Residency 2019-2020

2019 Schollar Dollars

​Halecrest Elementary is competing for a $5,000 award to fund 2019 Field Trips. 

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Link to vote: http://www.myscholardollars.com/vote/

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

​Enrolling Kinder & TK

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Upcoming PTA Elections

​Come Joing the Halecrest PTA.

PTA board elections will be held on March 12, 2019

2019 PTA open positions flyer.pdf

The PTA's Holiday Store is coming to Halecrest

​The Halecrest PTA is very excited to bring to you a new and improved Holiday Shop! This year we have decided to operate the store ourselves, no outside vendor will be used.

Come and check it out!

Holiday Store Flyer .pdf

Parent Workshop: Building the Habits of Lifelong Readers

The more a child reads, the more successful they are in school and in life. Join us to learn how to support your children in building the habits of lifelong readers.


ANXIETY AND MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNITY NIGHT

​Anxiety and addiction impacts all of us at some point in our lives.  Almost every family has at least one member who struggles with anxiety, addiction, or a debilitating physical or mental illness. 

Come and join Trauma Therapist & Speaker Wanda Brothers for a community night to learn about the ACE study and how support and resiliency can help reduce the symptoms of stress, addiction, and mental illness.

ECC Community Flyer_v3.pdf

Free Museum Admission

The San Diego History Center in Balboa Park offers free admission when you show your EBT,SNAP, or WIC card.

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Junior Achievement Day

​​Junior Achievement Day is a non-profit organization that works to develop work readiness and the financial literacy skills for students.

Letter to parent volunteers 2018.pdf

Nutrition Education

Did you know the Wellness Policy states, "Nutrition education shall be provided as part of the health education program in Grades K-8 and, as appropriate, shall be integrated into core academic subjects and offered through before- and after-school programs. (42 USC 1758b)"?  Incorporating these short messages into your morning announcements is a great way to start the day with a little nutrition education!

Smarty Ants Grant

​Free subscription to Smarty Ants to prepare your child for kindergarten!

September is Attendance Month

​Help Send the Message: Going to School Every Day Matters for Success in School and Life

After School Programs

To learn more about our After School Programs; Click Here

Spotlight Schools

Congratulations are in order. Eleven CVESD schools are among 156 “Spotlight Schools” with exemplary opportunities and results for African American or Hispanic students, according to a recent report from GreatSchools, a national nonprofit organization. GreatSchools’ analysis includes data on student outcomes as well as measures of educational opportunity and school resources.

Cohort Board Presentation

​ On Wednesday, May 3rd, our Principals' Cohort, comprised of Clear View, Finney, Halecrest, Marshall, McMillin, and Olympic View, presented the collaborative efforts of our six schools.

Thoughtexchange

In February, parents and staff were given the opportunity to share their thoughts about our school and the district through Thoughtexchange.  Thoughtexchange is a three part process.  In step one there were three questions that were asked.


Question #1:  What are some concerns you have about our school or district this year?

Question #2:  What are some things you appreciate about our school or district this year?

Question #3:  What are some other things you would like to say about our school or district this year?

Masonic Awards

​On thursday morning, select Halecrest students were rewarded with the Masonic Award!

What is the Masonic Award?

Feburary District Speech Contest

Halecrest speech winners

Isabella Ortega -4th Grade

Kali Swansom -5th Grade

Cristian Ramirez -6th Grade

Congrats to Maximus Romero

Maximus Romero was honored by the Optimist Club on March 15th. 

Hang a Star on That Thought! Online Dialogue Enters Second Phase

​As you may know, our District is conducting an online dialogue called “Thoughtexchange.” This process enables us to hear more about your concerns as well as the things you appreciate about our schools and District.

We Welcome Military Families!

​April is “Month of the Military Child” and the District invites students to participate in a Tshirt design contest. 

California School Parent Survey

Please complete the California School Parent Survey (CSPS) so that we may assess the experiences and views of parents related to school climate, student achievement, and parent outreach, in comparison to staff and student perspectives. 
Access the login page for the survey by clicking on the 'Related Link' button below.
Use the following School Code (case sensitive) HG96FC and click the "Take Survey" button.

Opt-In to Receive Text Alerts from the School and/or District

​The District's notification system School Messenger sends messages via email and automated telephone calls regarding events, school closings, safety alerts, and more. In addition, you can also subscribe to receive SMS alerts (text messages). To opt-in to the service, text a “Y" or "Yes” to 67587

Click here to view flyer:
https://www.cvesd.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=412034&pageId=9529644

Arts Revival is Boosted by New Funding Formula

CVESD worked collaboratively with arts organizations in development of the District’s Visual and Performing Arts strategic plan. The strategic plan positioned the District well for significant changes in public education: California’s new funding formula for schools, and new state standards. The Board of Education was primed for a critical funding decision in 2014-15, when it announced its commitment to hire full-time VAPA instructors and provide arts instruction during the school day for all students.

Technology Initiative: Ensure Every Student in Grades 3-6 Has Own Tech Device

​As part of the District’s one-to-one technology initiative, more than $3.5 million was allocated to purchase and distribute Lenovo devices so that by 2017-18 all students in grades 3-6 will have their own device to integrate technology throughout the school day. This year alone, $1.4 million was allocated toward technology through our Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). In addition, $460,666 was allocated to hire additional Technology Equipment Technicians to support each District school with infrastructure, wireless, hardware, and software needs. Learn more about how our LCAP helps meet student needs by clicking the link that follows:

What is Safe Routes to School?

​​The Chula Vista Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program goals are to improve health and safety, decrease traffic congestion and pollution, and make walking and biking safe options. The SRTS Program includes 5 E's: Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Engineering, and Evaluation. 

Extended Day Schedule

​For those enrolled in the Extended Day Schedule Program, the times and days can be​ found under the IMPORTANT INFORMATION tab.

WelConnect App for Families on the Move

The WelConnect app connects families to available resources and support programs provided by their school district, their schools, the surrounding community, and the US military.
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