Enjoy a read-a-loud from Mr. I.
Enjoy a read-a-loud from Mr. I.
The Chula Vista Elementary School District will extend its “grab-and-go” meal service through the upcoming two-week Spring Break. There will be only ONE DAY for meal distribution each week of break, with a box for each student that will contain five days’ worth of meals. The hours are:
Students who are receiving the meals must be physically present. Meals are served cold and need to be reheated at home. The locations closet to Wolf Canyon are:
Casillas Elementary School
1130 East J St
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Salt Creek Elementary School
1055 Hunte Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914
Muraoka Elementary School
1644 Santa Alexia Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91913
Good morning, Wolf Canyon Timberwolves!
Currently all CVESD schools are closed for the next three weeks. We will remain in close contact with the San Diego County Office of Education and local public health officials throughout the duration of this closure and will provide updates to families as appropriate.
In the meantime, teachers have been directed to continue parent conferences this week via telecommunication. If you did not have a parent conference last week, you will be hearing from your child’s teacher soon to secure a respective day & time for your child’s phone conference this week.
Finally, CVESD Child Nutrition staff will be on our site each day from March 16- 20 to distribute packaged food items in a paper bag for students (ages 1- 18 years old) who are with an adult. Due to school closures, there will be no eating areas open on campus. Therefore, this will be grab-a-bag-and-go service. Breakfast will be distributed from 8:00- 8:30 a.m. and lunch will be distributed from 11:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
Please take good care & I look forward to seeing you in the near future.
Principal Mathew Shy
Good Afternoon Parents,
Please take a few minutes to read and review the follow up letter from our District Superintendent.
In his letter, he mentions that all schools, including Wolf Canyon, will be providing breakfast and lunch to any child between the ages of birth and 18 next week. Breakfast will be served from 8-8:30am and lunch will be served from 11-12pm. Please reference the letter below for additional details.
As you know, current events involving COVID-19 are developing rapidly in our country and our region. In consultation with County Public Health and superintendents from school districts across San Diego County, our schools will close beginning Monday, March 16, 2020. Each school would close through Friday, April 3, 2020. At this time, classes are scheduled to resume on Monday, April 6, 2020.
Students should stay home and minimize social contact as much as possible to keep their adult family members safe. South County districts are exploring with our cities and County of San Diego, and community organizations what it can do to support students and families while schools are closed during the week before Spring Break, as well as the break.
This decision was made with the best interests of students and staff in mind. Instead of doing reactive, school by school closures, we’re going to focus the next three weeks on how we can provide essential support for our community in this new reality. It is likely we will be seeing many more cases of COVID-19 in the coming weeks and months and this will require a measured, sustained response.
Our staff will be working part of this time, and using the time to prepare and train on how to educate and support community health during this epidemic.
We are considering what, if any, childcare options we can extend to families over the next two weeks during this unplanned closure. We will be sharing detailed information about how families can support student learning during school closures, especially if they are for extended periods. We’ll be sharing more details as soon as possible about what we can make available.
For now, take comfort in that we will all do our part to limit spread and transmission of COVID-19 in our respective communities.
Francisco Escobedo, Ed.D.
Dear Wolf Canyon Families,
Due to Governor Newsom’s announcement regarding cancelling events involving 250 people or more, we will be taking extra precautions to protect our students and families.
Our school is taking precautions in disinfecting desks, tables and chairs, and door handles. We have reviewed hand washing with all students and are reminding students to wash or sanitize through the day.
Please be sure to read the following update from our Superintendent.
Please also take a few minutes to review the updates on our District Webpage. The Frequently Asked Questions section is very helpful.
Please email me if you have any questions or concerns.
Yours in safety,
Mathew Shy, Principal