Dr. Ramirez - Monday Update (April 6)

Dear CVLCC Community,

Thank you for your support and understanding regarding video conferencing and Distance Learning.

We want to commend our teaching community for their dedication and commitment to the success of Distance Learning. It has been impressive to see leaders, teachers, and staff make such a huge transition in such short time!

As we move forward, we will continue to adapt to the changing environment. Each week will gauge progress, effectiveness, and social-emotional impact of our distance learning plans - and readjust accordingly.

We are CVLCC!

Here are some communication highlights:

Meal Distribution will begin tomorrow at designated sites within the district and will be distributed on a daily basis. Mr. Ruth will posted information on the website soon. For the most current info. on Food Services click READ FULL STORY below.

Our counseling department and school psychologist will be meeting on Wednesday to plan on how to provide further support to our families, as well as our teaching community. More information coming soon!

Mrs. Maldonado is leading the effort in supporting our community. If there is anything we can help you with please feel free to contact her at magda.maldonado@cvesd.org

Refunds for study trips or any school events ​will be organized this week and go out soon. Mrs. Bernstein and Mr. Trujillo are working with the district to provide a refund for cancelled events.

Thank you for your patience and your commitment to support us as we move forward in provide a very transformative way of looking at education. We are proud of our students and of our community.

Stay safe and stay healthy!

CVLCC Strong!

Dr. Ramirez

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Dr. Ramirez - Monday Update (April 6)

Dear CVLCC Community, Thank you for your support and understanding regarding video conferencing and Distance Learning. We want to commend our teaching community for their dedication and commitment to the success of Distance Learning. It has been impressive to see leaders, teachers, and staff make such a huge transition in such short time! As we move forward, we will continue to adapt to the changing environment. Each week will gauge progress, effectiveness, and social-emotional impact of our distance learning plans - and readjust accordingly. We are CVLCC! Here are some communication highlights: Meal Distribution will begin tomorrow at designated sites within the district and will be distributed on a daily basis. Mr. Ruth will posted information on the website soon. For the most current info. on Food Services click READ FULL STORY below. Our counseling department and school psychologist will be meeting on Wednesday to plan on how to provide further support to our families, as well as our teaching community. More information coming soon! Mrs. Maldonado is leading the effort in supporting our community. If there is anything we can help you with please feel free to contact her at magda.maldonado@cvesd.org Refunds for study trips or any school events ​will be organized this week and go out soon. Mrs. Bernstein and Mr. Trujillo are working with the district to provide a refund for cancelled events. Thank you for your patience and your commitment to support us as we move forward in provide a very transformative way of looking at education. We are proud of our students and of our community. Stay safe and stay healthy! CVLCC Strong! Dr. Ramirez FOOD SERVICES - CLICK READ FULL STORY NEW TECH. For Parents/Students Info. - Check Tech. For Parents!
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We Love You and We Miss You!

Dear Students... We want the entire CVLCC student body to know that we love you and we miss you! We are so impressed with the communities ability to pull together during these tough times. The teachers have worked so hard to provide learning opportunities and connect with you all virtually. But, we all miss your smiling faces and deep thinking minds everyday in CVLCC classrooms. Hang in there, be safe, be healthy - and be on the look out for more messages like these!
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CVLCC Campus Closure

No SITE/CAMPUS will Be OPEN April 6th All Campuses CLOSED Until Further Notice School will still be in SESSION - See Below! Dear CVLCC Parents, Hope you are well and keeping safe! The Chula Vista Learning Community Charter School continues to carefully monitor guidance from federal, state, local public health, and educational agencies as it pertains to COVID-19.  All decisions about reopening will be made in conjunction with the district and local public health officials.  We continue to hold out hope that our campuses will reopen soon but are making plans to continue teaching and learning in earnest if that is not the case.  The Chula Vista Learning Community Charter School is quickly transitioning into a new way of teaching and learning to meet the health and safety of our students.  Administrators have been working with faculty to organize the transition.  We will be using the week of April 6, 2020 as a planning week for teachers. However, students/parents are expected to check-in with teacher and/or look out for messages Monday, April 6th to get direction and information. The full Distance Learning Plans will be administered starting Monday, April 13, 2020.  We are also working on supporting the social and emotional well-being of our students and finding ways to stay connected, even at a distance.  We also know that many students are concerned about missing out on end-of-year activities and celebrations.  Our administrators are working with faculty to plan on how we might offer these experiences in different formats at a later date. In the coming weeks, we will provide you with information regarding how grades, graduation requirements, and distance learning instruction will be handled.  While we recognize this situation poses challenges and hardships to our families, the most effective way to slow and disrupt the transition of this pandemic is by continuing to implement social distance practices, as well as recommendations from our city and county.  We are grateful to our community for everything you are doing during this unique and difficult time.  Grab-and-go lunches will be offered during this transition on a daily basis starting April 7, 2020 at designated sites around the district.  More information will follow through our website and messenger system.  We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.  Please trust that we are doing everything in our power to prioritize student safety, keep our community updated, and supporting our teaching community.  We miss our parent community and most importantly our students.  Sincerely,  Dr. Jorge A Ramirez Delgado  Click READ FULL STORY - For FOOD SERVICES