The Chula Vista Police Department will be hosting a 5-day Safety Patrol Summer Camp for Safety Patrol members in 5th & 6th grade. Although the attached flyer says 6th graders only, the camp has been opened up to 5th & 6th grade students in Safety Patrol. This camp takes place during Summer Break on June 18-22, at Clear View Elementary School!
The camp will be run by Chula Vista School Resource Officers and will include a variety of engaging team building activities, safety patrol training, and leadership training. The cost is $100 payable to the Chula Vista Police Foundation. Don’t miss out on this fabulous opportunity! If you have questions regarding the Safety Patrol Summer Camp, please contact Officer Caceres at: email@example.com. The application is attached below and will also be available at the front office at school. Hope to see you there!2018 Safety Patrol camp flyer and app
Did you know that we have an amazing After School Chess Club at Salt Creek? Our After School Chess Club hosts chess tournaments where kids from all over San Diego County compete with each other. At one recent tournament, there were more than 100 kids competing for first place and the Grand Championship trophy. In order to win the Grand Championship trophy, a student must win 4 first place trophies in their division. This is very hard to accomplish, and only two kids have done so this school year—both of them from Salk Creek Elementary!!!
Andre Nuñez won the Grand Championship Trophy for the Kindergarten to 2ndgrade division, while Vinson Nguyen won the Grand Championship Trophy for the 3rdto 6thgrades.
Congratulations boys! We are so proud of you!
The Salt Creek PTG will be holding a special vote for general membership on Thursday, May 31, from 2:30 pm-3:00 pm in the Quad area. This vote is to amend the current bylaws to better serve PTG members and the Salt Creek community. If you are a current PTG member, please come cast your vote. The revised bylaws can be reviewed by opening the PDF file below. If you have any questions contact Salt Creek PTG at firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Bylaws-Final _5-23-18
This is the absentee ballot, this may be dropped off in the PTG box in the office before official voting time.
Bylaw Amendment Ballot_2018
Hello Salt Creek Parents!
As we come to the close of the school year, I want to remind everyone to participate in our annual Hanover Survey. We would like to hear from every family – your input matters! We want to keep providing the best services to your child and your family, and your input on this survey will help us know how we can best and better serve your needs! The last day to take the survey is May 31st. Thank you, parents!
Click here for link to survey: http://bit.ly/cvesdparent18
Yearbooks have arrived and will be delivered to students toward the end of the week. We have approximately 130 yearbooks available for sale, on a first come basis, until they are sold out. If you would like to purchase one, the order forms are in the office, put the order form and $30 cash (per yearbook) in an envelope labeled with the student name, teacher, and room number. Put the envelope in the locked PTG box before Thursday (24th) morning for delivery during regular yearbook distribution.
Attention all Salt Creek parents! It’s time for Verification of Residency, and we will be taking documents on starting next week from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. in the front office by last name.
- A-G: Tuesday, May 22
- H-Q: Wednesday, May 23
- R-Z: Thursday, May 24
Parent/Guardian listed on documents MUST be present and MUST show ID.
See flyer for details. Remember that your child’s placement is not guaranteed until verification of residency is completed.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Flyer – click here for details! Verification of Residency New School Year
Congratulations to 6th grader David Mosquiera for being selected to receive the prestigious Optimist Award. Here are some words from his teacher, Mrs. Fallon:
David is an impressive young man who is respected by his peers, conscientious, and polite. David is one of those students who will go out of his way to help other students and adults. He showed patience and a positive attitude when we hosted guests from China and he served as an ambassador. He was patient while trying to communicate with our guests. As a leading Safety Patrol member he demonstrates dedication, leadership, and responsibility. When it comes to academics, David strives for excellence each and every day. I am confident that in the future he will achieve whatever he sets as his goal in life.
His dedication and compassion to help others does not end at school. After school David volunteers his time by building homes for needy families in Mexico. His nonstop commitment to give of himself to benefit others is just one more example of his stellar character.
I have been fortunate to be David’s teacher this year. Thank you for your positive attitude all year and your great sense of humor. Thank you to David’s family for your continuous support and efforts to raise such a fine young man.
Pick up a wooden rose to give your teacher tomorrow (Wednesday, May 9) for $1 before school. These pretty roses look real, but are made of wood- they won’t wilt! (while supplies last)
Teacher Appreciation Week
Monday- Bring a thank you note to school for your teacher
Tuesday- Breakfast will be provided for teachers * Follow this link sign up to help Teacher Appreciation Breakfast
Wednesday- Wooden Roses will be on sale for $1 before school
Thursday- Do an act of kindness for your teacher
Friday- Teachers will be treated to a lunch after school * Sign up at this link to help Teacher Appreciation Lunch