Tips for Drop-off

1- Please have students sitting on the passenger side of the car. If students have to climb over siblings and other items it slows down our drop-off line.
2- Parents cannot get out of the car.
3- ONLY students in TK/Kindergarten, 1st grade, and Ms. Tulbure’s class (and their siblings) may use the main parking lot. Your signs really help- please make sure you have one we can easily read.
4- Please do NOT drive around cars. Please be patient and wait to move forward.
5- Please drive s.l.o.w.l.y while in the parking lot and refrain from using your cell phone while driving.
6- Please do not wait to watch your child walk to class. It slows down the drop-off line. Staff will make sure all students get to class safely.
7- Parents do not stop cars in the crosswalk. The crossing guard cannot cross students if ANY part of a car is within the crosswalk lines. This can definitely slow down arrival.

Important reminders – Please read

Disaster Supply Donation on ParentSquare

The PFC works to organize disaster supplies on behalf of all students. We ask for a $15 donation per family to restock perishable items. In the event of a disaster these supplies are needed to keep our kids safe! Please help us with this important task. Click here to Donate: https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/7941191

Community Cards PICK UP
Pick up your Community Cards THIS Friday, September 3rd 1:00pm – 3:30pm by the Lower Gate (BGC) and the Upper Gate! Our VP’s of Community Fundraising Aria Selik and Emily Stearn will be there to help show people how to sign up for the Ralphs Rewards Program and connect Chaparral to your Amazon Smile. You can contact them at Chaparralcommunity@gmail.com with any questions. If you still need to purchase a Community Card click here: https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/7941197

Tips for Drop-off

1- Please have students sitting on the passenger side of the car. If students have to climb over siblings and other items it slows down our drop-off line.
2- Parents cannot get out of the car.
3- ONLY students in TK/Kindergarten, 1st grade, and Ms. Tulbure’s class (and their siblings) may use the main parking lot. Your signs really help- please make sure you have one we can easily read.
4- Please do NOT drive around cars. Please be patient and wait to move forward.
5- Please drive s.l.o.w.l.y while in the parking lot and refrain from using your cell phone while driving.
6- Please do not wait to watch your child walk to class. It slows down the drop-off line. Staff will make sure all students get to class safely.
PLEASE TURN IN EMERGENCY CARDS ASAP
REMINDER: Please return the blue emergency card and the buff colored disaster tag WITH PHOTO ATTACHED and filled out into your teachers ASAP. The PHOTO is required. Thank you!
Procedures Review

Procedures Review

Here are some reminders and suggestions to help us in the process:

  • Walkers should only be families who live close enough to Chaparral to walk to school.
  • Please have all passengers in the cars wearing masks before you drive up to the car line. We want all of our wonderful parent volunteers and staff safe.
  • Parents driving off Mulholland should turn right at the gas station and left on Liberty Bell Rd. This map will give you options to avoid the crowded roundabout traffic circle where at the same time, AC Stelle is also arriving at school. 
  • Click Here to View the Route
  • Revisions have been made to the Arrival and Dismissal Procedures. Click Here for Revised Arrival/Dismissal Procedures 8/20/21
  • For Grades TK/K, 1, and Tulbure’s Class please remember to print out this Sign Template or make your own for easier drop-off. Click Here for K, 1, Tulbure’s Class Car Dash Signs
Donor Drive Update

Donor Drive Update

Donor Drive
ONLY 5 DAYS LEFT to Donate and Win a Class Party!! Congratulations to Mrs. Napier’s class for being the first class to reach 100% class participation! Enjoy your pizza and ice cream! Great work!

TOP 3 CLASSES:
Van Dyke  (KINDER) – 91%
Yollis (3rd Grade) – 88%
Shanks (1st Grade) – 80%

Remember, any donation counts! Classes with 75% or more participation get a popsicle party! MANY Classes are already getting popsicle parties and so many are super close to getting one! You can do it!!!! GO CUBS!!!!!

Donate HERE: https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/792

Bell Schedule and Procedures

The entire School Bell Schedule will be given to you during the first week of school. For now, it is as follows:

Arrival (Grades TK/K-5): Arrive 7:45 am each day
Grades 2 – 5 Drop-off on Liberty Bell in front of the upper yard.
TK/Kindergarten, 1st Grade & Siblings
Drive-thru drop off in middle parking lot

8:00 am Final Bell
Arrival (Grades 1-5 Only): 7:30 am Friday Only for
Optional Running Cubs

(No Running CUBS on Aug. 20th. Starting Date to be announced)

8:00 am Final Bell
Dismissal: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 1:00 pm Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten
  2:05 pm Grades 1-3
  2:31 pm Grades 4 & 5

 

Dismissal: Wednesdays & Minimum Days
11:30 am TK/Kindergarten
 
12:27 Grades 1 – 5 or

*12:57 Optional Lunch Grades 1-5
*Students will be supervised during the optional lunch and may receive the district school lunch or bring their lunch from home. Parents must email their teachers to inform them their students will be attending the optional lunch. Dismissal for the optional lunch is 12:57 pm—more details on location TBD.

Back to School Nights & Events
Back to School Nights will be virtual this year. The schedule for Back to School Events & Teacher Back to School Presentations for parents are as follows:

TK/Kindergarten VirtualBack to School Night Monday, August 16th at 6:00 pm –
Please join us on ZOOM
https://lvusd.zoom.us/j/83251432254?pwd=WWduaHA3NU9WVlYxMUtLOEQwbWd3QT09
TK/Kindergarten Meet the Teacher Tuesday, August 17th in the K Play Yard
2:15   Transitional Kindergarten ALL
2:30   Kindergartners with the Last Name A – M 
2:45   Kindergartners with the Last Name N – Z
ALL Grades Ice Cream Social Sunday, August 22nd – See Below!!
Grades 1-5 VirtualBack to School Night Wednesday, August 25th – Details coming soon!

Procedures
School begins Wednesday, August 18th. Classroom assignments will be visible in Aeries on Tuesday evening, August 17th, after 5:00 pm in your student’s Aeries portal. On the first day of school, students may be dropped off at 7:45 am. Students should be in their classrooms at 8:00 am. On the first day of school only, parents may drop students off or walk them to find their classroom. Students will line up outside their classroom. We plan to have a TK/Kindergarten and 1st grade only (and siblings) drive-through drop-off line in the middle level each day. Parents will need to remain in their cars and staff and volunteers will assist students. Pick-up for TK/K/1st will be on the lower yard by the large lower gate near the last portable. There will not be drive-through car line pick-up available at dismissal. Grades 2, 3, 4, & 5 have dismissal on the upper yard. Everyone must wear a mask and practice social distancing when they are in larger groups waiting for students and as you enter our school site on the first day. More specific drop-off line and pick-up information will be sent to all families with all of our procedures next week. We will also have Running Cubs, where students can run laps to music on our beautiful new track on Fridays at 7:30 am. The start date for Running Cubs is TBD (not the first week of school) – stay tuned for more information and updates! Please remember that at all times, safety procedures must be followed and masks must be worn to keep everyone safe.

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE AND BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION 2021-2022

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE AND BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION 2021-2022

Dear Chaparral C.U.B.S. Family,

May this letter find you and your family in good health and high spirits. We are looking forward to welcoming our C.U.B.S. to full-time instruction on campus this year, beginning Wednesday, August 18th. For our families who are new to Chaparral this year, Welcome to our incredible C.U.B.S. community. For our returning families, we continue to move forward with our Unified Community Building the Success of all Students. Go C.U.B.S!

Recently, Dr. Stepenosky, Las Virgenes Superintendent, sent out our 2021-2022 Family Resource Guide. It holds essential information. Some examples include our enhanced academic opportunities, social-emotional supports, a snapshot of the school day, and our commitment to safety. Also, if you could not join Dr. Stepenosky and our entire LVUSD leadership team at our district webinar this week, August 11th, the link to the webinar will be posted on the LVUSD.org main page for parents to watch at their convenience.

Reminders of exciting Chaparral highlights for the 2021-2022 school year:

Full-time elementary school counselor, Ms. Hazelle Cato

  • Visual Arts with Ms. Gabrielle Harradine & Performing Arts with Mr. Michael Siegel
  •  The school year includes three additional school days that were formerly professional staff development.  These dates are October 11, January 24, and March 21.
  • Free lunches will be available for all students, regardless of income levels, during the upcoming school year.
  • We planted trees to provide more shade and added new benches in the middle courtyard and the upper yard play area.
  • Future fencing to further secure the school site on the middle level, installation of new play equipment on the lower yard, and both should be completed by the end of 2021.
  • PE weekly for our students funded by the PFC with Ms. Felicity Clements
  • Additional hours per week of adult support in our classrooms and supervision on the play yard funded by our PFC.

On the first day of school only, August 18th, parents may park their car and walk their children directly to their classroom between 7:45 am,, and 8:00 am. There is a warning bell at 7:55 am and a final bell at 8:00 am.  

We will continue with morning student drive-through drop-off this year for grades TK, K, and 1st, with the following revisions:

    • No pick-up drive-through. Parents/Caregivers should park legally (not in front of our neighbor’s driveways, trashcans, & mailboxes) and walk to the pick-up location for their student’s grade level. Transitional Kindergarten (TK), Kindergarten, and 1st Grade should be picked up at the large lower yard gate. Students in grades 2 -5 should be picked up at the upper yard gate. Students enrolled in the Boys & Girls Club will be gathered and brought down to the club.

All parents of Grades TK/K – 5 will be in one line on Liberty Bell as they drive to their drop-off locations. Please have all passengers wearing masks when dropping students off. As mentioned, students in grades 2 – 5 will arrive at the drop off line location on Liberty Bell in front of the upper yard play area. We will have PFC volunteers supporting students by opening the doors in the car line. Grades TK, K, 1st, and their siblings will need to have a sign on their car dashboard with family names and grades of students. The template will be sent to those grades next week. They will stay in the car line until they are directed by our staff, who are directing traffic, to turn right (only) into the middle yard parking lot. Parents will remain in the car while staff and volunteers open car doors and bring or direct students to classrooms.

As Dr. Stepenosky noted in his letter and his webinar, please be aware of our health and safety protocols:

  • Parents are responsible for taking temperatures at home before bringing children to school and students should never be sent to school if they are not well. It has been recently added that all parents will be filling out a health screening form before bringing their children to school. We will have more information going home on Monday.
  • Per CDPH guidelines, face coverings are required by ALL persons indoors (on-campus) and in large groups outside, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Face coverings will be required for all students and staff when indoors. Face coverings are optional for all students and staff when outdoors, except in large group gatherings.
  • Students and staff must stay home if they exhibit any COVID symptoms:  fever ≥ 100.0○F; new cough (different from baseline); diarrhea or vomiting.  Anyone exhibiting these symptoms will need to be isolated and sent home.  As a reminder, families have three options for their ill children.
  1. Contact the child’s primary care provider; if the primary care provider determines the symptoms are not COVID related, the student may return when symptoms have resolved.  The student will need to be fever, vomiting, and diarrhea-free for 24 hrs before their return.
  2. Contact the child’s primary care; if the provider tests the student for COVID, the student can not return until the results have been reported to the school.
  3. Do nothing, and the student will need to remain home for ten days from the start of symptoms and return to school on day 11.  Symptoms will need to be resolved
  • We will continue to practice intense safety and sanitation through daily cleaning and provide all classroom learning spaces with adequate hand sanitizer, antimicrobial wipes, and air filtration systems.
  • Students are in larger student groups within the classroom. We will ensure that students can come together to play and develop social connections while also promoting student health and social distancing when appropriate and necessary.
  • Students will play in their classroom groups at recess and lunch and will rotate areas each week.
  • Visitors will be limited, and volunteers must be vaccinated. School-wide events and large gatherings will be held outdoors.
  • Should a student or staff member show symptoms commonly associated with COVID, they will be required to follow up with their health care provider and the school health clerk before returning to campus.
  • Should students or staff members test positive for COVID, they are asked to isolate for ten days. These guidelines will continue to be updated based on CDPH and LACDPH guidance. Stay tuned for updates as they become available.

At Chaparral these past two years, there is only one thing we can say for sure, “things can and will change.” All of our schedules, policies, and procedures, including our safety protocols, could change. Any change is always in the best interests of our staff and students. Student safety is our priority and begins with all of us working together to keep everyone safe. Please make reading any messages and information from me, PFC, and your child’s teacher part of your weekly routine. We thank you in advance for your efforts!

Of course, we look forward to seeing all of our students on Wednesday, August 18th, for the first day of school. You will be able to view your child’s teacher in Aeries after 5:00 pm on Tuesday, August 17th.  It is important to note that it might not be accurate to see a teacher’s name before this deadline, as we create classes right up to the deadline. Please check the Chaparral or PFC website for school supply lists should you wish to have your student bring supplies. I have attached our recently updated daily schedule with this message. Take care, and be well, C.U.B.S.

With C.U.B. Pride,

Stephanie Brazell,

Principal

Buy Your Community Discount Cards 2021-22

Buy Your Community Discount Cards 2021-22

Buy Your Community Discount Cards 2021-2

The 2021-22 Community Discount Cards have arrived! Make sure to order yours on ParentSquare! They will also be on sale at the TK/Kinder Welcome Breakfast on Saturday, August 14th from 9-11am!

Get great discounts to your favorite local restaurants and more with a Community Discount Card, all while supporting Chaparral!

The 2021-22 Community Discount Cards have arrived! Make sure to order yours on ParentSquare! They will also be on sale at the TK/Kinder Welcome Breakfast on Saturday, August 14th from 9-11am!

You can pay online by clicking link below. You can also share this link with friends and family to pay online: https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/7941197
Hurry, they are going fast! Get one for each wallet!! 50% of the sales goes directly back to Chaparral!
Disaster Supply Donation 2021-22

Disaster Supply Donation 2021-22

Please make your donation to our Disaster Supplies below. The PFC (thank you Fawn Binford and Kendra McCall) and Mr. Jim, our school’s fabulous Plant Manager, organize all of our disaster supplies annually to make sure our school is stocked and our kids are safe!
You can pay online by clicking link below. You can also share this link with friends and family to pay online : https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/7941191
Welcome Back to School, Chaparral!

Welcome Back to School, Chaparral!

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year! We are back full-time!  I am excited to begin my ninth year as your principal, and considering what we have been facing for over a year; I am thrilled to welcome all of you back!

We are looking forward to the reopening of schools this Fall. The first day of school is scheduled for August 18, 2021. As we continue to embrace the challenges of the future, we will continue to cherish and celebrate the Chaparral traditions of the past.  Our exceptional staff, involved parents, and committed students always come together to make Chaparral Elementary a wonderful and unique place.

I am grateful to continue this journey with you as your Principal, and I look forward to building a solid relationship with all of you in the upcoming year. As a Community Unified in Building the Success of its Students, we are ….C.U.B.S. I welcome and value your positive energy and dedication to excellence in education, and I look forward to working with you and your children.

As we begin to rebuild and recover from the global pandemic, school safety and rebuilding our school community will continue to be one of our top priorities. We are ready for our students and will have safety and wellness procedures and requirements consistently implemented. The California Department of Health and L.A. County of Health provide guidance such as personal protective equipment, hand washing and sanitizing stations, face coverings indoors, air filtration HVAC systems, and additional outdoor learning spaces. Safety at Chaparral begins with all staff, parents, and students working diligently together to follow the school rules, safety protocols, and classroom procedures designed to keep us safe. More detailed information about programs and services can be found in this link: 2021-2022 LVUSD Family Resource Guide Family Resource Guide . Dr. Stepenosky will also be hosting a webinar with his leadership team next Wednesday, August 11th, at 3:00 PM. The link to the webinar will be posted on the LVUSD.org website main page for parents to watch at their convenience.

We will also continue to enhance our Student Social & Emotional Learning Program with lessons, activities, and instruction that build the social-emotional character and development of the whole child through mindfulness, kindness, and character education with an increased understanding of how all of us, working together, is an essential tool for social justice and racial equity. In addition, this year, we have enhanced academic opportunities and social-emotional supports with full-time elementary counselors, full-time intervention teachers, Art, and Music teachers, technology hardware and infrastructure upgrades, extended library hours, and have extended the school year by three additional days of instruction. Resources are also available for students and families at the LVUSD Counseling Center.

School begins Wednesday, August 18th. Classroom assignments will be posted Tuesday evening, August 17th, after 5:00 pm in your student’s Aeries portal. On the first day of school, students may be dropped off at 7:45 am. Students should be in their classrooms at 8:00 am. On the first day of school only, parents may drop students off or walk them into the school site to find their classroom and line-up spot. We plan to have a Kindergarten only (and siblings) drive-through drop-off line in the middle level each day. Pick-up will be on the lower yard by the large lower gate near the last portable. There will not be drive-through car line pick-up available at dismissal for kindergarten. All parents will need to park and walk to the pick-up locations. Grades 2, 3, 4, & 5 have dismissal on the upper yard, and grades TK, K, & 1 have dismissal at the lower yard gate by the last portable. Everyone must wear a mask when they are in larger groups waiting for students, and as you enter our school site on the first day. More specific drop-off line and pick-up information will be sent to all families for all of our procedures next week. As mentioned in the chart below, we will also have Runnings Cubs, where students can run laps to music on our beautiful new track on Fridays at 7:30 am. The start date for Running Cubs is TBD (not the first week of school) – stay tuned for more information and updates! Please remember that at all times, safety procedures must be followed, and masks must be worn to keep everyone safe.

The entire School Bell Schedule will be given to you during the first week of school. For now, it is as follows:

Arrival (Grades K-5): 7:45 am Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Grades 1 – 5 Drop-off on Liberty Bell in front
of the upper yard.
Kindergarten & Siblings Drive-thru drop off in                                                                     middle parking lot

7:55 am School Starting Bell & Line-up
8:00 am Final Bell Students in Classrooms
Arrival: 7:30 am (Grades 1-5 Only) Friday Optional Running Cubs (No Running CUBS on Aug. 20th) 7:55 am School Starting Bell & line-up
8:00 am Final Bell Students in Classrooms
Dismissal: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 1:00 pm Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten
2:05 pm Grades 1-3
2:31 pm Grades 4 & 5
Dismissal: Wednesdays & Minimum Days 11:30 am Kindergarten
12:27 Grades 1 – 5 or
12:57 Optional Lunch Grades 1-5
Students will be supervised during the optional lunch and may receive the district school lunch or bring their lunch from home. Parents must email their teachers to inform them their students will be attending the optional lunch. Dismissal for the optional lunch is 12:57 pm—more details on location TBD.

Back to School Nights will be virtual this year. The schedule for Back to School Events & Teacher Back to School Presentations for parents are as follows:

TK/Kindergarten Family Breakfast Saturday, August 14th 9:00 am – 11:00am – Middle Yard
TK/Kindergarten Virtual Back to School Night Monday, August 16th at 6:00 pm – Details coming soon!
TK/Kindergarten Meet the Teacher Tuesday, August 17th in the K Play Yard – Details coming soon!
ALL Grades Ice Cream Social Sunday, August 22nd – Details coming soon!
Grades 1-5 Virtual Back to School Night Wednesday, August 25th – Details coming soon!

My staff and I will provide more details about the school schedules and program as soon as we have them finalized and available. Keep checking the website and your emails.

Last thought– We know the only thing we can count on is that things will change. So, please be patient and understanding when we adjust policies, procedures, and plans. We make changes in the best interest of our C.U.B.S. community, and especially for our students. Please enjoy the rest of your summer vacation.  We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school in August! Together, I know we will make this school year one of growth and achievement for all children. GO C.U.B.S!    

Take care, be safe, and be well,                   welcome classroom
Stephanie Brazell, Principal

T.H.E. Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools – Parenting Through a Pandemic

T.H.E. Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools – Parenting Through a Pandemic

Wondering if it’s safe to fly with your unvaccinated kids? Curious how to sign your children up for free tutoring or confidential mental health counseling? Looking for strategies to best support your kids through this school year and beyond? Hoping to create some “gains” in what many are worried has been “a lost year?”

Join T.H.E. Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools as we present, “Parenting Through a Pandemic,” a live virtual Town Hall featuring an all-star panel of experts including Community 360 Center counselors, a marriage and family therapist, an LVUSD teacher, and a local pediatrician, who will be answering questions submitted by district parents.

When: Wednesday, April 21
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Where: Zoom/YouTube
How: Visit this page for the link and more information

Don’t miss what promises to be an informative and helpful event, providing actionable tools and resources.  

Community Fundraising

Community Fundraising

Amazon: CONNECT YOUR AMAZON SMILE THROUGH THE APP! GO TO AMAZON APP>SETTINGS>AmazonSmile>SELECT PARENT-FACULTY CLUB OF CHAPARRAL SCHOOL>CLICK “ON”! Chaparral receives a 4-15% back on eligible purchases when you shop on Amazon by simply using the following link each time you shop! HOORAY FREE MONEY!

Ralph’s Rewards Card Program: Chaparral can earn 4% back off your grocery & gift card purchases (don’t worry, you can still get a discount on gas)! To register, enroll online. Please ask your friends and family to enroll too! Log on to Ralphs.com:

  1. Click on ‘Create an Account
  2. Once your account has been created, go back to the homepage, click on ‘my account’ then ‘Community Rewards’ on the left hand side of the screen
  3. Link your card to Chaparral with Organization Number: GP359 or search our school name (CHAPARRAL PFC SCHOOL) and hit ENROLL! You can also call (800) 443-4438 to register!

Box Tops For Education: Each year, Chaparral’s PFC collects Box Tops to raise money for our school. It’s an easy way to earn money for Chaparral and requires almost no effort for busy parents! Chaparral will receive 10¢ for every Box Top! SCAN or CLIP – Get the Box Tops App!

 

 

Ameci Pizza: Every one of Ameci’s pizza boxes is stamped with a green “Ameci Cares About Our Schools” stamp. Each stamp is worth 50 cents! CLIP and SAVE these stamps from your Ameci pizza boxes and turn them in to the PFC office.

PFC Volunteer Packet & Application 2021-22

Thank you to all of our Chaparral parents this year! We are looking forward to the 2021-22 school year and starting to plan for fun and exciting events and fundraisers!

Chaparral’s PFC is run by amazing parent volunteers! Our community would not be successful without all of you. Attached to this post is a list and information for PFC Executive Board positions, coordinator positions and well as committee sign ups. There are brief descriptions of the positions, but if you have any questions please reach out to us! Chaparral has such a wonderful community of parents and we want you to be involved! If you would please fill out the volunteer information packet by Saturday, May 1st and email it to us at Chaparralpfc@gmail.com.

Thank you so much for your interest and we cannot wait to work with you!

Julie Berkus and Lindsay Vaisman
Co-Presidents
2021-2022

CLICK HERE for the Volunteer Information Packet and Application.

“Run, Cubs, Run!”

“Run, Cubs, Run!”

Thanks to the generous support of our Parent community, Chaparral’s PFC was able to donate a new running track to Chaparral! Chaparral Staff, administration, district staff and PFC leadership were able to work quickly to get this significant campus improvement planned and executed quickly to give our kids something incredible to come back to! We are thrilled that the new track will be both a beautiful and functional improvement to our school, giving our kids a safer, smoother and mud free place to run and walk!
Join our PFC Executive Board or Chair a Committee 2021-2022

Join our PFC Executive Board or Chair a Committee 2021-2022

Chaparral’s PFC is looking to fill the following positions for our Executive Board next School Year:

  • Co President
  • President Elect
  • Cub Wear Coordinator
  • Variety Show Chairs
  • Wellness Committee Chair
  • Family Dance Coordinators

Please contact Julie Berkus jberkus@gmail.com or Lindsay Vaisman lindsay.vaisman@gmail.com if you have any questions or are interested in getting involved! Please also save the date for our PFC Happy Hour Zoom on March 18th at 7PM. More information to follow!

Check out Books from the Chaparral Library

Check out Books from the Chaparral Library

  1. Please click this library link  to search for books you’d like to check out.
  2. Log in with your Google Username and student ID number as password, then click Log In in the upper right corner. (Don’t include the domain name: @student.lvusd.org). Info can be found in Aeries.
  3. Once you’ve found your book, click “Hold It” in the upper right corner.
  4. Click Save to confirm.
  5. Or email our Librarian, Mrs. Davis at ldavis@lvusd.org.

In order to check out, there should not be any outstanding books on the student’s record. Mrs. Davis will notify you when books are ready for pickup, and they will be placed in a marked bag on a table in the parking lot beside the blue book return box, by the mural and flagpole or given to your child’s teacher for them to bring home for in person.

 

ACER Laptop Tips & Trouble Shooting

LVUSD’s Forward Learning Website has great information and resources to help you troubleshoot, learn about responsible use, parental controls, purchase laptop insurance, etc. You may also call Chaparral’s main office to schedule an appointment with our Media Specialist Mrs. Davis, or book an appointment through the district HERE for service issues with your ACER. Here are some quick links for more:

Chaparral Sponsorship

Chaparral Sponsorship

Chaparral offers many opportunities to sponsor banners, ads at the end of this Cub Corner, bags for materials, and much more! If your company is interested in getting more information about Sponsorship opportunities at Chaparral, please contact Jennifer York, VP Sponsorship, at chapsponsorship@yahoo.com.

Opportunities include:

  • Fall Festival (Pumpkin Patch and Pizza booth)
  • Digital Cub Corner (Sponsor Boxes)
  • Farmers Market Jamboree (Typewriter Sponsorship)
  • Digital School Directory and much more!

Support our school while creating awareness of your business! It’s a win-win for everyone!

Chaparral’s Office is Open by Appointment ONLY

Chaparral’s Office is Open by Appointment ONLY

New Safety Protocols on Campus: Chaparral’s Office is Open by Appointment ONLY 
As you know, LVUSD and Chaparral are concerned with the health and safety of our visitors, students, and staff. In line with that concern, we also need to follow LA County Public Health Guidance for screening visitors and staff when they come onto campus. We would ask that you assist us in keeping our community healthy by observing this new protocol. We thank you in advance for helping to keep us all safe and healthy! Visitors must:

  1. Schedule an Appointment Prior to Coming on Campus: http://support.lvusd.org/ 
  2. Fill Out The Visitor Screening Form   PRIOR to checking in at the office
ParentSquare updates

ParentSquare updates

Thank you for using our new communication App! ParentSquare is our directory, payment portal, and communication tool in one. If you haven’t downloaded it or found access to it yet for you and your family, please do it now to be in the know! Download today in your App store or you can login HERE.
Now that you have ParentSquare, make sure to set your preferences:
  • Automatically add school events to your calendar
  • Set your preferred language
  • Hide or make “Visible” your phone, email, address
  • Set your own notification preferences: text, email, notifications!

iPhone – Apple Store 

Android – Google Play Store

Register with your phone number, and see more instructions here.

BOX TOPS / AMECI PIZZA COLLECTION – Help us earn easy money for Chaparral!

Box Tops
BOX TOPS

  • BUY – Choose from hundreds of brand-name products in grocery, discount and club stores. See a complete list of participating products here: btfe.com/products.
  • CLIP or SCAN – Download the new Box Tops mobile app and scan your receipts, OR clip Box Tops from each package and send them to school.
  • EARN – Chaparral will receive 10¢ for every Box Top!
  • WIN! Turn in box tops labeled with your child’s name & teacher to enter class contest. All of the Box Tops collected will be added to an ongoing tally for each class AND family throughout the school year! Who will be the BIG winner?! 

Clip the Old, Scan the New
Get the Box Tops App! No more clipping. No more sending Box Tops to school. All you need is your phone! Download the ALL-NEW Box Tops app, shop as you normally would, then scan your store receipts to find participating products. Download the app here!


AMECI PIZZA

Every one of Ameci’s pizza boxes is stamped with a green “Ameci Cares About Our Schools” stamp. Each stamp is worth 50¢! CLIP and SAVE these stamps from your Ameci pizza boxe(es) and turn them in to the PFC office or your classroom.

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