Information for this Week

  • Week of April 5th-April 9th
    Students return via Distance Learning, Monday, April 5th. 
    Hybrid Learning, for those families who chose to attend in person, begins next week. Schedules vary by teachers and grade level. Letters will be sent this week with the schedule. 
     

    OVHS Campus is closed, but the landline is opened this week from 8:00am-4:00pm.  619-661-0457.

    Thursday, April 8th: District Telebriefing for Families on Reopening 

    Time 5:30pm-6:30pm. Click on Flyer for more information: English Flyer  Spanish Flyer 

    Youtube link: SYSD Youtube Channel 

    Coffee with the Principal:

    We will also be answering any questions pertaining to our families at our Coffee with the Principal meeting on Monday, April 12th at 2pm.  This meeting can be viewed at the following link: https://sysdschools.zoom.us/j/92736980104?pwd=RUlqazl0NGJTSTlSbThRc2ZXRStmdz09

    We encourage you to submit your questions 24 hours before the telebriefing https://forms.gle/EAE44ykqvZHxqaDX6  so that they can be answered in the meeting. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions during the call through the online chat feature.

    If you need a hotspot, chromebook, or need to pick up curriculum this week, please email office clerks to set an appointment. 
     
    HOW TO CONTACT OFFICE PERSONNEL
    For 5th, 6th, Prek grades:
    Please call (619) 678-1266 or email guillermina.rodriguez@ sysdschools.org should you need any assistance.
    6th Grade Electives for the 2021-2022 School Year Click to view elective information 

    For 3rd, 4th, and TK grades
    Please call (619) 630-5073 or email juana.murillo@sysdschools.org should you need any assistance.

    For K,1st and 2nd
    Please email elizabeth.moreno@sysdschools. org should you need any assistance.  619-428-4476 ext 3897.

    To report absences: 
    Please call (619) 738-0282 or email maida.gonsales@sysdschools.org 
     
     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     

Announcements

  • May 14, 2020 

     

    Dear Parents/Guardians:

     

    Since our school is closed due to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines need to be followed,  the kinder dual request process will be done the following way for OVHS school academic year 2020-2021. 

     

    Step 1: Please complete the online registration form. https://www.sysdschools.org/domain/740

    and upload all verification documents. The district’s website has step-by -step directions on how to enroll your new or returning child.

     

    Step 2: Please email your request for Dual Language Kinder to elizabeth.moreno@sysdschools.org  On the subject window please write Request for Kinder Dual Language.

     

    Your child’s request will only be placed on the list once your registration is complete. Parents will be notified of students placement by the end of July. 

     

    If you have any questions, please email 

    Ms. Carranza, Principal consuelo.carranza@sysdschools.org  or call 619-661-0457. 

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    14 de mayo de 2020

     

    Estimados padres / tutores:

     

    Dado que nuestra escuela está cerrada debido a COVID-19 y se deben seguir las pautas de distanciamiento social, el proceso de solicitud dual para kinder se realizará de la siguiente manera para el año académico escolar 2020-2021 de OVHS.

     

    Paso 1: complete el formulario de registro en línea. https://www.sysdschools.org/domain/740

    y subir todos los documentos de verificación. El sitio web del distrito tiene instrucciones paso a paso sobre cómo inscribir a su hijo nuevo o que regresa. 

     

    Paso 2: envíe su solicitud de Kinder Dual Language por correo electrónico a elizabeth.moreno@sysdschools.org.  En la ventana del asunto, escriba Request for Kinder Dual Language.

     

    La solicitud de su hijo solo se incluirá en la lista una vez que se complete su registro. Los padres serán notificados de la colocación de los estudiantes a fines de julio.

     

    Si tiene alguna pregunta, envíe un correo electrónico a la 

    Sra. Carranza, directora  - consuelo.carranza@sysdschools.org o llame al 619-661-0457.

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  • Virtual Teacher Appreciaton Week- Celebrating our Amazing Teachers at OVHS (May 11th-15th)

    Please view the flyer. All activities are optional.  Por favor de abrir el volante. Todas las activtidades som opcionales. 

    Flyer (Eng/Span)

     

     

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  • SCHOOL UNIFORM GUIDELINES

     

     School uniforms promote an environment of learning and help instill school pride. Use of appropriate attire enhances the educational process by emphasizing academics, achievement, and dignity. Complying with the uniform policy also allows school officials to better monitor a safe and secure school environment.

     

    • Uniform shirts will be navy blue, light blue or white polo/golf style shirts (short or long sleeves with a collar) or shirts that button down the front with a collar. No emblem, logo, decoration, or decorative trim.
    • Spirit shirt/club shirt may be worn on day/s determined by the school administrator.
    • Navy blue and khaki pants, skirts, shorts, skorts, or jumpers must be uniform style and color. 
    • Shorts and skorts must measure (front and back) no shorter than three inches above the knee and no longer than mid-knee. Skirts and jumpers must measure no shorter than three inches above the knee.
    • Belts should be black, brown, navy blue, or khaki with no emblem, logo or decoration and must be worn with slacks and shorts that are designed to have belt loops. Belts must be visible and worn around the waist. 
    • Belts are optional for pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students.
    • Appropriate shoes must be worn and not include thongs. 
    • Sandals are not allowed

     

    Acceptable outerwear for classroom is limited to include:

      • Sweater, sweater vest, sweatshirt, and light jacket. During class time, jackets are to remain open, not zipped or buttoned. Colors for classroom outerwear include khaki, navy blue, gray, and white. 
      • Heavy coats and jackets worn to and from school and/or outdoors are not restricted, but recommended to colors of navy blue, white, khaki and hunter green.
      • No head wear shall be worn on campus

     

    The following items are not considered uniform:  blue jeans, sweatpants, no stretch pants or leggings, no spandex, no baggy pants, no bell-bottoms, no carpenter or cargo styles, no hip-huggers, no side-knee pockets). Emblems, logos, or decorations are not allowed.

     

    • Shorts and skorts must measure (front and back) no shorter than three inches above the knee and no longer than mid-knee. Skirts and jumpers must measure no shorter than three inches above the knee.

     

    • Belts should be black, brown, navy blue, or khaki with no emblem, logo or decoration and must be worn with slacks and shorts that are designed to have belt loops. Belts must be visible and worn around the waist. Belts are optional for Pre-K, Kindergarten and first grade students.

     

    • Appropriate shoes must be worn and not include thongs. Sandals are not allowed in elementary grades.

     

    •  Acceptable outerwear for classroom is limited to include sweater, sweater vest, sweatshirt, and a light jacket. During class time, jackets are to remain open, not zipped or buttoned. Colors for classroom outerwear include khaki, navy blue, gray, and white.

     

    • Heavy coats and jackets worn to and from school and/or outdoors are not restricted, but recommended to colors of navy blue, white, khaki and hunter green.

     

    •   No head wear shall be worn on campus

     

    Principals may declare spirit or club days and allow students to wear school spirit shirts, or dress up days (i.e., when school pictures are scheduled) or allow students to wear other uniforms such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, cheerleaders, band, chorus, etc. Other questions about uniforms should be referred first to the school authorities, then to the central office staff.

     

    No student shall be denied attendance at school, penalized, or otherwise subject to disciplinary measures for failing to wear a school uniform.

     

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  • Policy 4119.24 Maintaining Appropriate Adult-Student Interactions

    Exhibit 4119.21-E1 Professional Standards

    Policy 4119.21 Professional Standards

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