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  • Welcome to Ocean View Hills School. We are the proud home of the Dolphins. This school is located off the 905 in the beautiful community of Ocean View Hills within the San Ysidro School District. It was opened in August of 2001. Ocean View Hills School (OVHS) hosts pre-school through 6th grade students. This school was named California Distinguished School in the year 2010 and recently in 2017. Ocean View Hills School also hosts the District Teacher of the Year, Ms. Katina DeLeon. We have excellent teachers and support staff that hold our students well-being and academic succes to high standards. We have a lot of exciting school-wide activities that we are launching this 2019-2020 school year.  

     

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  • Important Registration Information

    Thank you to the families that have already registered your child/ren if you have not registered your child/ren please do so by going to https://www.sysdschools.org/ and click on the FAMILIES tab.

    This needs to be done days before the first day of school because once you register, the office still needs to verify your residency and documents.

    **Your child/ren cannot be placed in a classroom if this is not complete.

    Office will be opened from 7:30 am-4:00 pm from now until July 19th.

    **Additional late hours:   Office and computer lab will also be opened from 5pm-7pm on Monday, July 15th and Tuesday, July 16th  for assistance with registration and verification.  Ms. Veronica Medina will be at OVHS on Tuesday, July 16th during additional late hours. 

    If you need assistance, please come to the office or call 619-661-0457. 

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  • First Day of School is on Monday, July 22, 2019.

    School Starts at 8:15 a.m. 

    First week of school is minimum days.

    Please check Regular and Miniumum Day Schedule Below

     

    Students Regular School Day Schedule:

    Transitional Kindergarten (TK): 8:15 a.m. – 12:30 a.m. 
    Kindergarten:  8:15 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. 
    Grades 1st thru 6th:  8:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. 

     

    Students Minimum School Day Schedule:

    Transitional Kindergarten (TK):  8:15a.m. – 12:05 a.m. 
    Kindergarten:  8:15 a.m.– 12:20 p.m. 
    Grades 1st thru 6th: 8:15 a.m.– 1:15 p.m. 

     

    Gates open at 7:30 a.m. 

    Morning Breakfast Bell: 7:30 am

    tk/kinder= report to kindergarten playground area

    1st- 6th graders= report to upper grade playground/blacktop

    Teacher Line Pickup Bell: 8:10 am

    Students should be inside classrooms by 8:15 a.m.

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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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