February 16, 2020
Posted on 02/16/2020

Dear CCE Families,

No school tomorrow: Monday, February 17 – Federal Holiday, Presidents Day

Field Trips

Now that field trip season has started up again that means parent driver’s will be needed!

Parent Driver Forms are now online! It's just a few easy steps:

  1. Access the Parent Driver Form and log in with your name and email address
  2. Fill out all of the highlighted areas on page 1 (include all your students in the district)
  3. Electronically sign page 2 by typing your name
  4. Scroll to the end of the form, click on 'Add Attachments' and upload a copy of your CA Driver's License and current auto insurance card.
  5. Hit Submit.
  • If your auto insurance expires before the end of the school season or end of school year, you will need to provide updated copies directly to the School Secretary (put in identified secretary’s email) who will upload the copy for you. You will not be able to re-access your form once it has been submitted.
  • If you would like to drive and have not filled out the online form, please fill out the form as soon as possible. Our CCE office staff cannot accept the form the day or night before the field trip.

    Here is the link to the online parent driver form.

    https://app.informedk12.com/link_campaigns/djusd-parent-driver-form-electronic-form?token=XkKeLRPE8hVa3DwC1GHbuEMZ

    If you have any other questions regarding driver forms, please stop by the office.

    Thank you,

    Sra. Dunn

    Highlights

    100 days of school art work

    100th Day of School Classroom Celebrations

    The 100th day of school was the perfect time to have fun with the number 100. CCE K-6th teachers recognized this special day last week on Tuesday, with activities and lessons which provide opportunities for your student(s) to practice math or sharpen their observational skills!

    InspireEveryGirl Workshop Coming to CCE

    InspireEveryGirl is a program offereed by Inspire-Tech, a Davis based non-profit. This program is made possible by the Yolo Community Foundation Buck grant. InspireEveryGirl Wrokshops include some of the following: Computer Science, Programming, Electronics, Robotics and Art. The mission of Inspire-Tech is to offer girl-specific curriculum and girl-only space to foster interest in technology and to build competence. Look for the Peachjar Flyer in your inbox or see registration link below.

    Registration: email parto@inspire-tech.org to register

Rosita & Conchita Book about grief

New CCE Library Books About Grief

Our CCE library has purchased some books to help children process grief. Please feel free to preview these titles and reach out to our school counselor, librarian or your child’s classroom teacher if your student or family is experiencing grief and would benefit from reading these books. Here is a list of the titles:

Lifetimes – A beautiful way to explain death to children

Always Remember

The Invisible String

Annie and the Old One

When Dinosaurs Die – a guide to understanding death

Rosita y Conchita – a rhyming storybook in English and Spanish

City Dog, Country Frog

When a Pet Dies

The Memory Box

The Goodbye Book

Important Updates

Cesar Chavez logo


School Site Council Meeting this Wednesday, February 19, 4:30-6:00 p.m., CCE Library

Meeting Agenda

César Chávez Elementary School Site Council

Wednesday | February 19, 2020 | 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Welcome and introductions – 2 min (Petrea)

Public comments – 10 min

 Approve December and January meeting minutes (attachment) – 5 min (Agustin)

Approve revised Site Council schedule (attachment) - 2 min (Petrea)

  • Discuss need for special meeting for SPSA/budget items

Approval of MPR public outreach strategy (action item) (attachment) – 20 min (Petrea/Veronica)

Update on 2018-19 comparison of budget to actuals - 2 min (Veronica)

 Monitoring of 2019-20 SPSA implementation – 5 min (Veronica)

  • Update on goals/objectives
  • Update on changes to 2019-20 budget 

1st draft of 2020-21 SPSA – 5 min (Veronica)

  • Data Analysis Subcommittee input
  • Update on SPSA completion schedule

Approve draft parent survey (attachment) (action item) – 10 min (Agustin/Juan)

 ELAC report - 5 min (Agustin)

 Safety Plan implementation report - 16 min (Petrea/Veronica)

  • Review of status of action items (attachment)
  • Overview of Sandy Hook programs – 10 min (Petrea)

Review for March 25, 2020 meeting – 2 min (Petrea)

Adjournment – 1 min (Petrea)


Parent Engagement Night 2020

DJUSD invites all parents and family members, Davis community members and DJUSD staff to attend Parent Engagement Night. This is an opportunity for all to learn more about the student experience and what is happening in Davis Joint Unified. For more information and to RSVP for this exciting event, please visit the Parent Engagement Night website.

DJUSD is Assembling an Ethnic Studies Task Force

Learning experiences in Ethnic Studies can foster self love, empowerment, community, solidarity, and hope in a way that is responsive to ALL of OUR students. DJUSD is currently looking for students, family members, staff and community members to participate in an Ethnic Studies Task Force. This Task Force will meet four times throughout Spring of 2020 to research the following driving question: How can Ethnic Studies best meet the needs of our students? Task Force findings will be presented to the Board of Education in June 2020. For more information about the Ethnic Studies Task Force, including how to sign-up, please visit our Ethnic Studies website.

Upcoming Events visit our online calendar for more details

February 17 - President’s Day. No school and District Office closed.

February 19 – School Site Council Meeting, 4:30-6:00 p.m., Library, Rm 22

February 19 – Ethnic Studies Task Force Meeting, 5:00-6:30 p.m., DHS Library

February 21 – Kindergarten Tours for Prospective Kinder Families, 9:00-10:30 a.m.

February 25 – Parent Engagement Night, 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the All Student Center, DHS

Our Mission

To develop socially responsible lifelong learners who embrace multiculturalism, Spanish and English biliteracy and bilingualism.

Stay Updated

Keeping our community informed about happenings on our campus is a priority to our staff. Read my regular updates at “Principal News” and visit our online Chávez Calendar.

Share your Voice and Talents

At Chavez we are so fortunate to have such a loving and engaged community. Find out more about volunteering or what meetings and opportunities are happening by participating in one or more of our regular committee meetings. Learn more under “Committees” tab on our school website www.cesarchavez.djusd.net.

SIPAT

Spanish Immersion Parents and Teachers (SIPAT) - our PTA - provides a forum for our entire school community to discuss school issues and priorities, plan school enrichment programs, and raise funds to support our school community. Visit them at http://www.ccesipat.com/