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Office Hours are 7:30 am to 3:30 pm

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Important Information

In 2015-16, school will start at 8:30. Wednesdays are minimums days with dismissal at 1:30. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, school dismissal will be at 3:00.

Attendance Rules Summary

It is important for parents to understand the rules on attendance.  Children can only be absent for three reasons: illness, doctor's appointment, or bereavement for immediate family.  If a student is not in school for any other reason, they are marked as truant.  Parents must call the school or write a note to verify an absence. It is also a truancy if a child is late by more than 30 minutes or picked up early by more than 30 minutes without a valid reason.

Please do not plan vacations on school days or to extend a weekend.  This is not legal.  Your child misses school and learns that schoolwork is not important.  We very much want to improve our attendance and our student achievement -- both go together.

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Calendar Summary

May 2-13 -- State Testing

May 17 -- ELAC 8:45; SSC at 6:00

May 18 -- Ocean Night 6:30 (date change)

May 25 through June 8th  -- ALL MINIMUM DAYS

June 2 -- Chorus Concert TK, K, 1 at 6:00; 2-5 7:00

June 7 -- Ice Cream Social at 6:30

June 8 -- Last Day; 5th Grade Promotion at 9:10













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Welcome to the Glen Cove Elementary School Website.  We hope that you will find and be able to access useful information about the school.  As a reminder, each week we publish a newsletter that all children bring home.  This is and will continue to be our primary means of regular communication.  We post the content of the Newsletter below each week.  The Peachjar feature on the top left hand of this page has flyers from the community that would be of interests to families.  Just click on the icon.

Hawk's Eye Weekly Parent Newsletter


CAASPP Testing May 2 through 13!  Be Here, Be on Time, Be Ready and Positive!

From May 2nd through 13th, student in grades 3-5 will be taking the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress.  These tests are extremely important for your child and the school.  We want students to do their best.  Please be sure your child is here everyday, on time, and well rested during their testing window.  Please be encouraging and positive.  The assessments are challenging.


Ocean Week May 2nd through 6th.  Parent volunteers needed for fish print T-Shirts Tues. and Wed.

     Next week is Ocean Week at Glen Cove Elementary School.  We started this science project about 19 years ago.  The Lawrence Hall of Science created the MARE curriculum.  Several schools in Vallejo  received training and materials.  The teachers at Highland Elementary School came to Glen Cove and helped set up the MARE curriculum and Ocean Week.  We have been doing the program ever since.  The topics for each grade level are as follows: kindergarten learn about the Rocky Seashore; grades 1 and 2 learn about the Sandy Beach; 3rd grade is the Wetlands; 4th grade is the Kelp Forest; and 5th grade is the Open Ocean.

     During this week and the following week, we have lots of activities.  Several classes are going to the Glen Cove Marina.  On a low tide they can find Harris Mud Crabs and learn about beach hoppers and rock louses.  We have assemblies where students learn about fish, octopi, invasive species, kelp, etc.  We have two large green sturgeon skins that are fascinating.  We have a shark dissection for 5th graders and 4th graders learn about diving for abalone.  All classes make murals for the multi-purpose room and we decorate the office area with a kelp collection.  We need parent volunteers to help on the May 3rd and 4th 9:00 to 1:00 or any part of these times.  Please call the office if you can help.  This is a big project!  On Tuesday and Wednesday students are to bring either $3.00 or a white T-shirt! On Friday, students are to wear their fish print T-Shirts.


Accelerated Reader Congratulations

Each week we publish the names of students who have earned different levels of points in our Accelerated Reading program.  STUDENTS WHO HAVE EARNED POINT LEVELS AT 85% COMPREHENSION OR MORE WILL HAVE A STAR BY THEIR NAMES.  Please encourage your child to earn points and to read at their correct level of difficulty.  Congratulations to the following students for earning 10 points: Yatziri Sepulveda and Danica Diolanto*. Congratulations to Anjelena Reed*, Roel Sarmiento*, and Bailey Wheeler* for earning 25 points.  Congratulations to the following for earning 50 points:  Cassandra Smith*, Mariana Ceasar*, Erin Sunga*, Meliza Smith, and Keontae Rucks*.  Congratulations to Joana Alves, Noah Castro, and Alexi Reiterman* for earning 100 points.


Daughter or Son to Work Day April 28th is Unexcused…. Save this great idea for the summer!


Teacher Appreciation Luncheon May 12 -- There will be sign-up for food.  Sponsored by the PTA.


Noon Duty Supervisors Needed!

If you are interested, please call the school.  We will help you with the application process.  We also need substitute para educators to work in our special education classes. 


ADA for Last Week  94.4%; 137 Late Students

Last week there were 134 students absent during last  week. This is a 94.4% ADA for the week. There were 42 students truant and 137 student late. These number are not good especially with state testing coming up.  PLEASE BE SURE YOUR CHILD IS AT SCHOOL EVERYDAY AND ON TIME!


LCAP Survey for Parents on VCUSD Website

Please go online to the VCUSD website and take the LCAP parent survey.  Participation on this is low so far.


Please Inform the Office of  Plans for Next Year

If you know that you are moving and changing schools next year, please let the office know.  We need this information to staff classrooms next year.


Spirit Wear Order Form on Back of Newsletter… Orders are due on Friday, April 29th.



Please Inform the Office of  Plans for Next Year

If you know that you are moving and changing schools next year, please let the office know.  We need this information to staff classrooms next year.


Kindness Is the Focus for the Next 8 Weeks

In addition to being safe, respectful, and responsible we would like all our children to work on kindness in actions and words.  A good number of problems that occur between and among students are connected with mean words or actions.  Often this is for negative humor.  Please discuss kindness at home and what it means.


Warriors are Great -- Students Need Sleep!

Please record the games and show them at times that are appropriate to elementary aged students!  10:00 is too late for elementary students to go to sleep.  This will be particularly important during our state testing period the beginning of May.


LCAP Survey for Parents on VCUSD Website

Please go online to the VCUSD website and take the LCAP parent survey.  Local Control Accountability Program (LCAP) funds are used at Glen Cove for the following: Spring Break Camp tutoring; substitutes for professional development; food for family nights; supplies for STEAM science lessons; book prizes for attendance and AR; staff recognition; percussion instruments; weekly lessons for classes on rhythm; African drum workshops; art program for students; clay projects for all students; field trip support for grades 3-5 (Berkeley trip for 5th graders). LCAP funds are spent with parent and staff input and approval through the School Site Council (SSC) and English Learner Advisory Committee  (ELAC).








































Spiritwear on Fridays

For school spirit, students are to wear spiritwear T-shirts or our school colors, blue and grey, on Fridays.


In order to register your child at school you must bring your child's birth certificate, shot records, and proof that you reside within our school boundaries. Before the start of the school year, come to the office any time between 8:00 and 3:00. After the start of the year, please avoid coming between 8:15 and 9:00 and 3:00-3:30 as these are very busy times for the office.

Kindergarten Parent Guide - English

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