Weekly Message for the Week of February 26th

Dear Tiffany Families,

I hope this email finds you well on this final weekend of February!  There is so much going on during these final weeks of the quarter – here is the information for this week:

PTA Literacy Week  

 

This week is Literacy Week here at Tiffany!  The schedule of events is listed above.  On Friday, we will have our Literacy Parade at 9am followed by Family Read.  We invite our families to come enjoy this incredible event.  Please be prepared with your ID and to sign in at the office.  We look forward to seeing you on Friday!

PTA General Membership Meeting – February 28th in our MPR at 6pm

PTA General Assoc Mtg 02-28-24 Agenda

Principal Chat on Thursday at 9am in MPR

PTA Family Dance Tickets On Sale Now

Parking Lot Safety   

We continue to have concerns with safety in our parking lot and bus area during arrival and dismissal.  We have parents who have stepped up to volunteer, Safety Patrol leaders and many families who are following the expectations.  We are very fortunate that our lot does flow pretty well when we all follow the expectations.

Our CVESD buses and vans park on the Northwest side of our campus at arrival and dismissal to pick up and drop off students.  We understand that the use of transportation vans has caused a little confusion and now some of our families are parking in this area.  The only vehicles that can park on this small section of the street (Northwest curb to the right of our exit) are CVESD buses and vans.  When family vehicles park there, it prevents the buses/vans from being able to park, thus blocking all of the other cars that are trying to get into or out of our lot.  Thank you for keeping this in mind when you are looking for a place to load and unload.

For your review, here are the traffic and parking lot expectations:

  • Red Curbs – “as required under California Vehicle Code Section 21458(a)(1), a curb painted red shall indicate no stopping, standing, or parking whether the vehicle is attended or unattended.” 
  • The left lane in the parking lot is for traffic to move through.  Parking/stopping in the left lane blocks cars from being able to exit.  Students should not exit or enter vehicles that are in the left lane.
  • Use crosswalks for crossing the street and parking lot.  When dropping students off, please be sure that they exit the vehicle on the right so that they get out directly onto the sidewalk closest to the school building.
  • Follow traffic patterns and do not double park along parking spaces.
  • Right turn only out of our lot during arrival and dismissal.

Here are our Safety Patrol leaders with reminders of what their different signals mean:

If you would like to volunteer in our parking lot, please let me know at crystal.sutton@cvesd.org.

YMCA Annual Campaign Is Going Strong!  

Each year, the YMCA holds their Annual Campaign and Tiffany Elementary is proud to support their efforts.  The YMCA does a tremendous amount of work in our community and it is more than child care.  Their Annual Campaign allows the YMCA to provide many opportunities in our community including scholarships for childcare, events for seniors, memberships for unsheltered members of our community and more.

At Tiffany this year, we will support the Annual Campaign by having a coin drive.  Our individual classrooms have containers where students can bring in donations that will be donated to the YMCA.  The drive will go from Monday, February 12th through Friday, March 1st.  The primary and upper grade class with the highest donation total will win a field day hosted by our YMCA team!

If you would like to make a classroom donation, but would rather donate via our YMCA page, CLICK HERE – write your child’s name and room number in the memo line and we will dd it to your classroom total.

The YMCA will also be selling popsicles every Friday through March 8th in front of the school.  All money raised will go toward the Annual Campaign.  Thank you for your support!

TK/K Registration Is Now Open

Registration for the 24/25 School Year is now open.  The entire process is online at www.cvesd.org.  Click HERE to go the registration page – you will find the information/documents you will need to fully register.  Our office gets very busy during this season, so thank you in advance for your support.

ELPAC Testing at Tiffany

Interested in what is on the ELPAC for students who are taking this assessment, visit https://www.elpac.org/resources/parent-resources/.

PTA Board Member Opportunities for 2024/25 

LCAP – Local Control Accountability Plan Input Link

Your input is very valuable on how we continue to support our students here at CVESD.  Please share your thoughts online by clicking here. The survey will be open until the end of February. You can visit the district website to find more information about the LCAP process at CVESD.  Thank you for your participation!

Yearbook Photos Wanted

Conmigo – SDSU/YMCA Health Program Opportunity

In partnership with San Diego State University and the YMCA, I’d like to invite you to a FREE 12-week health program for girls in grades 2-6 and their moms that will be hosted at Tiffany Elementary beginning mid-February. The program focuses on exercise, family communication, nutrition, and more! We also have special sessions just for moms to learn parenting tips from psychologists on how to help your kids be healthy. On the sign up sheet, you can indicate your language preference for the program– Spanish or English.
With any questions, please contact Jennifer: 248-459-8223, ibach.conmigo@sdsu.edu
Our SDSU team will also be at Tiffany Elementary during the Principal Chat on Thursday to answer any questions and share more about the program.
De parte de la Universidad SDSU y la YMCA, me gustaría invitarlas a un programa de salud GRATUITO de 12 semanas para niñas latinas en los grados 3-6 y sus madres que se llevará a cabo en Tiffany Elementary a partir de Marzo.
¡El programa se enfoca en ejercicio, comunicación familiar, nutrición y más! También tenemos sesiones especiales solo para las mamás para hablar de la crianza y cómo ayudar a sus hijos a estar saludables. En la hoja de inscripción, pueden indicar su preferencia de idioma– inglés o español.
Con preguntas, favor de comunicarse con Jennifer: 248-459-8223, ibach.conmigo@sdsu.edu
El equipo de SDSU tambien estará en Tiffany Elementary en el jueves 29 Feb para responder sus preguntas y compartir más sobre el programa.

Para inscribirse: bit.ly/ConmigoTiffany.

Tiffany Elementary-Conmigo Flyer REVISED

Here’s to a great week!

Take Care,

Dr. Sutton

Conmigo – SDSU/YMCA Health Program Opportunity

Dear Tiffany Families,
In partnership with San Diego State University and the YMCA, I’d like to invite you to a FREE 12-week health program for girls in grades 3-6 and their moms that will be hosted at Tiffany Elementary beginning mid-February. The program focuses on exercise, family communication, nutrition, and more! We also have special sessions just for moms to learn parenting tips from psychologists on how to help your kids be healthy. On the sign up sheet, you can indicate your language preference for the program– Spanish or English.
With any questions, please contact Jennifer: 248-459-8223, ibach.conmigo@sdsu.edu
Our SDSU team will also be at Tiffany Elementary after school on Thursday Feb 22 to answer any questions and share more about the program.
De parte de la Universidad SDSU y la YMCA, me gustaría invitarlas a un programa de salud GRATUITO de 12 semanas para niñas latinas en los grados 3-6 y sus madres que se llevará a cabo en Tiffany Elementary a partir de Marzo.
¡El programa se enfoca en ejercicio, comunicación familiar, nutrición y más! También tenemos sesiones especiales solo para las mamás para hablar de la crianza y cómo ayudar a sus hijos a estar saludables. En la hoja de inscripción, pueden indicar su preferencia de idioma– inglés o español.
Con preguntas, favor de comunicarse con Jennifer: 248-459-8223, ibach.conmigo@sdsu.edu
El equipo de SDSU tambien estará en Tiffany Elementary despues de la escuela el jueves 22 Feb para responder sus preguntas y compartir más sobre el programa.
Take Care,
Dr. Sutton

Weekly Message for the Week of February 19th

Dear Tiffany Families,

I hope this email finds you well on this President’s Day Weekend.  Just a reminder that our school will be closed on Monday, February 19th in honor of President’s Day.  Students return on Tuesday and it will be a regular day.

Here is the information for the week:

Parking Lot Safety – Teamwork!   

This week, I moved the parking lot reminders to the top of the message.  We continue to have concerns with safety in our parking lot and bus area during arrival and dismissal.  We have parents who have stepped up to volunteer, Safety Patrol leaders and many families who are following the expectations.  We are very fortunate that our lot does flow pretty well when we all follow the expectations.

Our CVESD buses and vans park on the Northwest side of our campus at arrival and dismissal to pick up and drop off students.  We understand that the use of transportation vans has caused a little confusion and now some of our families are parking in this area.  The only vehicles that can park on this small section of the street (Northwest curb to the right of our exit) are CVESD buses and vans.  When family vehicles park there, it prevents the buses/vans from being able to park, thus blocking all of the other cars that are trying to get into or out of our lot.  Thank you for keeping this in mind when you are looking for a place to load and unload.

For your review, here are the traffic and parking lot expectations:

  • Red Curbs – “as required under California Vehicle Code Section 21458(a)(1), a curb painted red shall indicate no stopping, standing, or parking whether the vehicle is attended or unattended.” 
  • The left lane in the parking lot is for traffic to move through.  Parking/stopping in the left lane blocks cars from being able to exit.  Students should not exit or enter vehicles that are in the left lane.
  • Use crosswalks for crossing the street and parking lot.  When dropping students off, please be sure that they exit the vehicle on the right so that they get out directly onto the sidewalk closest to the school building.
  • Follow traffic patterns and do not double park along parking spaces.
  • Right turn only out of our lot during arrival and dismissal.

Here are our Safety Patrol leaders with reminders of what their different signals mean:

If you would like to volunteer in our parking lot, please let me know at crystal.sutton@cvesd.org.

Panda Express Fundraiser Wednesday 

YMCA Annual Campaign Is Underway!  

Each year, the YMCA holds their Annual Campaign and Tiffany Elementary is proud to support their efforts.  The YMCA does a tremendous amount of work in our community and it is more than child care.  Their Annual Campaign allows the YMCA to provide many opportunities in our community including scholarships for childcare, events for seniors, memberships for unsheltered members of our community and more.

At Tiffany this year, we will support the Annual Campaign by having a coin drive.  Our individual classrooms have containers where students can bring in donations that will be donated to the YMCA.  The drive will go from Monday, February 12th through Friday, March 1st.  The primary and upper grade class with the highest donation total will win a field day hosted by our YMCA team!

If you would like to make a classroom donation, but would rather donate via our YMCA page, CLICK HERE – write your child’s name and room number in the memo line and we will dd it to your classroom total.

The YMCA will also be selling popsicles every Friday through March 8th in front of the school.  All money raised will go toward the Annual Campaign.  Thank you for your support!

TK/K Registration Is Now Open

Registration for the 24/25 School Year is now open.  The entire process is online at www.cvesd.org.  Click HERE to go the registration page – you will find the information/documents you will need to fully register.  Our office gets very busy during this season, so thank you in advance for your support.

ELPAC Testing at Tiffany

Interested in what is on the ELPAC for students who are taking this assessment, visit https://www.elpac.org/resources/parent-resources/.

PTA News 

General Membership Meeting – February 28th in our MPR at 6pm

PTA General Assoc Mtg 02-28-24 Agenda

Literacy Week is Coming Soon

LCAP – Local Control Accountability Plan Input Link

Your input is very valuable on how we continue to support our students here at CVESD.  Please share your thoughts online by clicking here. The survey will be open until the end of February. You can visit the district website to find more information about the LCAP process at CVESD.  Thank you for your participation!

Yearbook Photos Wanted

Un Programa De Bienestar Para Madres y Hijas

Estamos reclutando a madres e hijas (de edad 8-11) hispanohablantes para participar en un programa de 12 semanas que promueve la salud y la actividad fisica. Hablamos de temas importantes como fijar metas, comer saludable, y mejorar la comunicacion familiar. Cada semana hacemos ejercicio juntas! 5:30pm-7:30pm los martes en Tiffany Elementary School comienza este enero/febrero.  Para inscribirse: bit.ly/ConmigoTiffany.

Tiffany Elementary-Conmigo Flyer REVISED

Here’s to a great week!

Take Care,

Dr. Sutton

Weekly Message for the Week of February 12th

Dear Tiffany Families,

I hope this email finds you well on this brisk February weekend.  This weather has been one for the books over the past few weeks and we had our first ever shelter in place due to the tornado warning in our area.  Our students and staff did a great job with this unexpected situation.  While we have never practiced shelter in place due to a tornado warning, we do practice that drill as part of our safety preparedness – environmental hazards are included in that.  Thank you for trusting us with your children everyday!

This week’s message is quite long – there many activities and important dates coming up.  Here is the information for the week:

Congratulations to Mr. Warren, Tiffany’s Teacher of the Year

Congratulations, Mr. Warren, on being selected as Tiffany’s Teacher of the Year for 2023/24!  Mr. Warren will be honored at an upcoming CVESD Board Meeting and will be in the running for CVESD Teacher of the Year!   Thank you for all you do for our students here at Tiffany, Mr. Warren!

Spring Picture Day on Monday

YMCA Annual Campaign Kicks Off Monday

Each year, the YMCA holds their Annual Campaign and Tiffany Elementary is proud to support their efforts.  The YMCA does a tremendous amount of work in our community and it is more than child care.  Their Annual Campaign allows the YMCA to provide many opportunities in our community including scholarships for childcare, events for seniors, memberships for unsheltered members of our community and more.

At Tiffany this year, we will support the Annual Campaign by having a coin drive.  Our individual classrooms have containers where students can bring in donations that will be donated to the YMCA.  The drive will go from Monday, February 12th through February 23rd.  The primary and upper grade class with the highest donation total will win a field day hosted by our YMCA team!

If you would like to make a classroom donation, but would rather donate via our YMCA page, CLICK HERE – write your child’s name and room number in the memo line and we will dd it to your classroom total.

The YMCA will also be selling popsicles every Friday through March 8th in front of the school.  All money raised will go toward the Annual Campaign.  Thank you for your support!

School Site Council on Tuesday, February 13th at 3:30pm

Our next SSC meeting will be on Tuesday, February 13th at 3:30pm.  Below is the agenda as well as the minutes from our January meeting.

February 13 2024 SSC Agenda

January 16 2024 SSC Minutes

LCAP Forum for Families and Students  (in-person at the district office & online) – February 13th, 4:30pm – 5:30

LCAP Events ENG_SPAN

TK/K Registration Begins Online on February 14th at 9am

Registration for the 24/25 School Year begins on Wednesday, February 14th at 9am.  The entire process is online at www.cvesd.org.  Click HERE to go the registration page.  If you go before the 14th at 9am, you will not find the correct link.  You will find the information/documents you will need to fully register.  Our office gets very busy during this season, so thank you in advance for your support.

PTA Movie Night on Thursday, February 15th

ELPAC Testing is Underway at Tiffany

Interested in what is on the ELPAC for students who are taking this assessment, visit https://www.elpac.org/resources/parent-resources/.

Zone Transfer Renewal Information

Kinder to 5th grade students attending Tiffany on a Zone Transfer, must submit a zone transfer renewal to request to continue at Tiffany for the new school year. Renewal emails were sent out to parents on January 24th and transfer renewals need submitted online by February 13th. Please let the office know if you have not yet received a renewal email, please check your junk folders.
If your child is in SDC and on a Zone Transfer, please note that a warning sign pops up and does not allow you to submit.  We are awaiting information from Pupil Services and Student Placement on how to address this specific issue.  We will notify our impacted families once we have this information.
6th graders do not need to renew zone transfers, as you will be registering directly with a middle school.

Transitional Kindergarten Students Moving Up to Kindergarten

Parents of Transitional Kindergarten students will be receiving notification regarding moving up to Kindergarten and whether a zone transfer and registration is required. Please look out for paper instructions in your child’s backpacks.

PTA Board Members for 2024-2025 Wanted

 

LCAP – Local Control Accountability Plan Input Link

The LCAP Community Forum will be held on February 13th (additional information above), but you can take the survey online by clicking here. The survey will be open until the end of February. You can visit the district website to find more information about the LCAP process at CVESD.  Your input is very valuable on how we continue to support our students here at CVESD. Thank you for your participation!

Yearbook Photos Wanted

Un Programa De Bienestar Para Madres y Hijas

Estamos reclutando a madres e hijas (de edad 8-11) hispanohablantes para participar en un programa de 12 semanas que promueve la salud y la actividad fisica. Hablamos de temas importantes como fijar metas, comer saludable, y mejorar la comunicacion familiar. Cada semana hacemos ejercicio juntas! 5:30pm-7:30pm los martes en Tiffany Elementary School comienza este enero/febrero.  Para inscribirse: bit.ly/ConmigoTiffany.

Tiffany Elementary-Conmigo Flyer REVISED

Panda Express Fundraiser 

Parking Lot Safety Reminder and Safety Patrol Update

 

Our Safety Patrol has been working hard to help keep our parking lot safe – a special shout out to our Safety Patrol Members as well as Ms. Brauer, Ms. Bertrand, Mr. Baker and Mrs. Farrer!  Are you interested in volunteering to support our Safety Patrol in the morning or afternoon?  Here is what that volunteer opportunity would involve:

Safety Patrol Information for Parent Volunteers

  • Students need to be outside on duty in the morning at 8:35 AM and students stay on duty for 10 minutes
  • Students need to be outside on duty in the afternoon on regular dismissal days at 3:05 PM and they stay on duty for 10 minutes.
  • On minimum dismissal days, afternoon duty begins at 1:50 PM and they stay on duty for 10 minutes
  • Safety Patrol Parent volunteers wear a safety vest while supervising students on duty

Please reach out to Dr. Sutton, Ms. Brauer or Ms. Bertrand if you are interested in supporting our Safety Patrol.  Thank you!

For your review, here are the traffic and parking lot expectations:

  • Red Curbs – “as required under California Vehicle Code Section 21458(a)(1), a curb painted red shall indicate no stopping, standing, or parking whether the vehicle is attended or unattended.” 
  • The left lane in the parking lot is for traffic to move through.  Parking/stopping in the left lane blocks cars from being able to exit.  Students should not exit or enter vehicles that are in the left lane.
  • Use crosswalks for crossing the street and parking lot.  When dropping students off, please be sure that they exit the vehicle on the right so that they get out directly onto the sidewalk closest to the school building.
  • Follow traffic patterns and do not double park along parking spaces.

If you would like to volunteer in our parking lot, please let me know at crystal.sutton@cvesd.org.

Just a friendly reminder that our school will be closed on Friday, February 16th and Monday, February 19th in observance of President’s Day.  Thursday, February 15th and Tuesday, February 20th are both regular days.

Here’s to a great week!

Take Care,

Dr. Sutton

AGE Parent Preview Make Up Opportunities

Dear Parents of 4th, 5th and 6th Graders,

Due to popular demand, there will be two more opportunities to preview the new AGE materials.  I have attached the screenshot below of the dates and times.  Below that, you will find the PDF which has the live links to join the Teams Meetings online.

CLICK HERE for PDF with LINKS to Online Meetings

If you have any questions, please reach out to our office.

Take Care,

Dr. Sutton

Weekly Message for the Week of February 5th

Dear Tiffany Families,

I hope this email finds you well on this first weekend of February.  As we progress into February, our campus is a busy place!  Please be sure to stay connected by reading the message each week to stay informed.  Here is the information for the week:

Incoming Dual Immersion Parent Meeting February 7th at 5:30pm 

Do you have an incoming TK or K for the upcoming 2024/25 school year?  We will be holding our informational parent meeting for families interested in Dual Language Immersion on Wednesday, February 7th at 5:30pm in our MPR.

ELPAC Testing Starts this Week

Interested in what is on the ELPAC for students who are taking this assessment, visit https://www.elpac.org/resources/parent-resources/.

Zone Transfer Renewal Information

Kinder to 5th grade students attending Tiffany on a Zone Transfer, must submit a zone transfer renewal to request to continue at Tiffany for the new school year. Renewal emails were sent out to parents on January 24th and transfer renewals need submitted online by February 13th. Please let the office know if you have not yet received a renewal email, please check your junk folders.
If your child is in SDC and on a Zone Transfer, please note that a warning sign pops up and does not allow you to submit.  We are awaiting information from Pupil Services and Student Placement on how to address this specific issue.  We will notify our impacted families once we have this information.
6th graders do not need to renew zone transfers, as you will be registering directly with a middle school.

Transitional Kindergarten Students Moving Up to Kindergarten

Parents of Transitional Kindergarten students will be receiving notification regarding moving up to Kindergarten and whether a zone transfer and registration is required. Please look out for paper instructions in your child’s backpacks.

A Message from Mr. Estrada

I want to relay to you my undying gratitude for allowing me to serve as your Associate Principal this year.  I have been able to learn and grow so much this year.  Due to the ever-changing needs of my família, I need to step back from this position.  Thursday was my last day at Tiffany Elementary.

I have been able to secure a position at Castle Park Elementary School as an Impact teacher, I report there on Monday.  This change will allow me to be with my family while providing a new challenge in my career.   Until we meet again, know that I will wear my Tiffany Tigers hoodie with pride.  With such a dedicated and loving staff and parents, I know Tiffany will continue to excel.  Until we meet again…

Respectfully,

Jesús R. Estrada

PTA Board Members for 2024-2025 Wanted

Upcoming CVESD Parent Meetings

School Safety Parent Forum (in-person at Fahari L. Jeffers) – February 6th, 6-7pm

School Safety Parent Forum Feb 2024

LCAP Forum for Families and Students  (in-person at the district office & online) – February 13th, 4:30pm – 5:30

LCAP Events ENG_SPAN

LCAP – Local Control Accountability Plan Input Link

The LCAP Community Forum will be held on February 13th (additional information above), but you can take the survey online by clicking here. The survey will be open until the end of February. You can visit the district website to find more information about the LCAP process at CVESD.  Your input is very valuable on how we continue to support our students here at CVESD. Thank you for your participation!

Yearbook Photos Wanted

Un Programa De Bienestar Para Madres y Hijas

Estamos reclutando a madres e hijas (de edad 8-11) hispanohablantes para participar en un programa de 12 semanas que promueve la salud y la actividad fisica. Hablamos de temas importantes como fijar metas, comer saludable, y mejorar la comunicacion familiar. Cada semana hacemos ejercicio juntas! 5:30pm-7:30pm los martes en Tiffany Elementary School comienza este enero/febrero.  Para inscribirse: bit.ly/ConmigoTiffany.

Tiffany Elementary-Conmigo Flyer REVISED

Eastlake Dance Company Youth Workshop

*This is not a CVESD or Tiffany Elementary sponsored event.  If interested, families should contact EDC directly.

Parking Lot Safety Reminder and Safety Patrol Update

Our Safety Patrol has been working hard to help keep our parking lot safe – a special shout out to our Safety Patrol Members as well as Ms. Brauer, Ms. Bertrand, Mr. Baker and Mrs. Farrer!  Are you interested in volunteering to support our Safety Patrol in the morning or afternoon?  Here is what that volunteer opportunity would involve:

Safety Patrol Information for Parent Volunteers

  • Students need to be outside on duty in the morning at 8:35 AM and students stay on duty for 10 minutes
  • Students need to be outside on duty in the afternoon on regular dismissal days at 3:05 PM and they stay on duty for 10 minutes.
  • On minimum dismissal days, afternoon duty begins at 1:50 PM and they stay on duty for 10 minutes
  • Safety Patrol Parent volunteers wear a safety vest while supervising students on duty

Please reach out to Dr. Sutton, Ms. Brauer or Ms. Bertrand if you are interested in supporting our Safety Patrol.  Thank you!

For your review, here are the traffic and parking lot expectations:

  • Red Curbs – “as required under California Vehicle Code Section 21458(a)(1), a curb painted red shall indicate no stopping, standing, or parking whether the vehicle is attended or unattended.” 
  • The left lane in the parking lot is for traffic to move through.  Parking/stopping in the left lane blocks cars from being able to exit.  Students should not exit or enter vehicles that are in the left lane.
  • Use crosswalks for crossing the street and parking lot.  When dropping students off, please be sure that they exit the vehicle on the right so that they get out directly onto the sidewalk closest to the school building.
  • Follow traffic patterns and do not double park along parking spaces.

If you would like to volunteer in our parking lot, please let me know at crystal.sutton@cvesd.org.

Here’s to a great week!

Take Care,

Dr. Sutton

Weekly Message for the Week of January 29th

Dear Tiffany Families,

I hope this email finds you well on this final January weekend.  This past week, we had an incredible Great Kindness Challenge here at Tiffany!  A big shoutout to Ms. B. and Ms. Lucy for all of their planning and to our kids who went all out to be kind.  Let’s continue this same momentum throughout this entire year!

ELAC Meeting This Thursday at 9am

AGE Parent Preview Nights THIS WEEK -4th, 5th and 6th Grade Parents!

Our district has adopted new Adolescent Growth Education (AGE) curriculum and will begin implementation this school year.  CVESD will be holding three parent preview nights (virtually) for parents to know what the materials will cover.  Please click HERE to view the dates per grade level.  Links to attend are on the flyer.

TK/K Town Hall for 2024/2025 THIS WEDNESDAY at 4pm

CVESD will be hosting a virtual Town Hall for incoming TK/K families for the 2024/205 school year on Wednesday, January 31st at 4pm.  Please click HERE to view the information.  This session will answer all of your questions related to registration.  Please mark your calendars to attend!

Save the Date – Incoming Dual Immersion Parent Meeting February 7th 

Do you have an incoming TK or K for the upcoming 2024/25 school year?  We will be holding our informational parent meeting for families interested in Dual Language Immersion on Wednesday, February 7th at 5:30pm in our MPR.

Upcoming CVESD Parent Meetings

School Safety Parent Forum (in-person at Fahari L. Jeffers) – February 6th, 6-7pm

School Safety Parent Forum Feb 2024

LCAP Forum for Families and Students  (in-person at the district office & online) – February 13th, 4:30pm – 5:30

LCAP Events ENG_SPAN

Yearbook Photos Wanted

Un Programa De Bienestar Para Madres y Hijas

Estamos reclutando a madres e hijas (de edad 8-11) hispanohablantes para participar en un programa de 12 semanas que promueve la salud y la actividad fisica. Hablamos de temas importantes como fijar metas, comer saludable, y mejorar la comunicacion familiar. Cada semana hacemos ejercicio juntas! 5:30pm-7:30pm los martes en Tiffany Elementary School comienza este enero/febrero.  Para inscribirse: bit.ly/ConmigoTiffany.

Tiffany Elementary-Conmigo Flyer REVISED

Eastlake Dance Company Youth Workshop

*This is not a CVESD or Tiffany Elementary sponsored event.  If interested, families should contact EDC directly.

Parking Lot Safety Reminder and Safety Patrol Update

Our Safety Patrol has been working hard to help keep our parking lot safe – a special shout out to our Safety Patrol Members as well as Ms. Brauer, Ms. Bertrand, Mr. Baker and Mrs. Farrer!  Starting the week of February 5th, our Safety Patrol will be out before and after school Monday through Friday!

For your review, here are the traffic and parking lot expectations:

  • Red Curbs – “as required under California Vehicle Code Section 21458(a)(1), a curb painted red shall indicate no stopping, standing, or parking whether the vehicle is attended or unattended.” 
  • The left lane in the parking lot is for traffic to move through.  Parking/stopping in the left lane blocks cars from being able to exit.  Students should not exit or enter vehicles that are in the left lane.
  • Use crosswalks for crossing the street and parking lot.  When dropping students off, please be sure that they exit the vehicle on the right so that they get out directly onto the sidewalk closest to the school building.
  • Follow traffic patterns and do not double park along parking spaces.

If you would like to volunteer in our parking lot, please let me know at crystal.sutton@cvesd.org.

Here’s to a great week!

Take Care,

Dr. Sutton