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Vintage Parkway Elementary School

Oakley Union ESD

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    Remember, “Every School Day Counts”

    Absences can add up quickly. A child is chronically absent if he or she misses just two days every month. Additionally, when children are absent, the state reduces school funding and resources toward pay for teachers and books. We all are negatively affected when a child is not in school.

    Recuerde, "cada día escolar cuenta"

    Las ausencias pueden acumularse rápidamente. Un niño está crónicamente ausente si pierde dos días al mes. Además, cuando los niños están ausentes, el estado reduce el financiamiento y los recursos escolares para pagar a los maestros y los libros. Todos estamos afectados negativamente cuando un niño no está en la escuela.

     

     

     

     

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    Welcome to Vintage Parkway 

    At Vintage Parkway Elementary School, learning is a process that extends to everyone in our school community including students, staff and parents. We have a supportive school environment where all children and adults feel welcome, safe and respected. We ensure that all students reach their potential by maintaining high expectations and setting high standards to promote academic excellence. Our school is designed to foster a positive school climate based on a caring school community that values diversity and nurtures self-esteem.

    Happy and challenged students are actively engaged learners working toward college and career readiness.

    Our home and school connection is valued and promoted through open lines of communication.

     

    Happy New Year to you All

    Over Break, some fence work was done near the Multipurpose Room entrance.  This is the completion of a project that will enclose the corridor the students use to walk to lunch, which will enhance student safety.

    As we arrive at the New Year, I just wanted to share what a gift it has been for me to come to Vintage and to get to work with all your children.  On behalf of Mrs. Bryson, our whole office team and myself, thank you, and wishing all our Vintage families a bright and joyous New Year.

    Gratefully,
    David Foldvary
    Principal

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    Mental Health Services

    For the Directory of Public Mental Health Services of Eastern Contra Costa County information,  you can dial 211 for information about all kinds of local health an social services. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by trained information and referral specialists at the Contra Costa Crisis Center. If calling from outside of Contra Costa County please use 800-830-5380.  The Contra Costa Crisis Center also provides a 24 hour suicide hotline and grief counseling at 1-800-833-2900.

    When To Keep Your Child Home

    It is sometimes difficult to decide when and how long to keep an ill child home from school. Click here -> for the attached guidelines which represents some of the common childhood illnesses and symptoms. If your child is suffering from any illness that prevents them from feeling well enough to participate in the usual activities and routines, they should not be sent to school.

    Fever

    If your child's temperature is 100 degrees or greater, your child should remain home until he/she  had 1 full day of normal health and is fever free for 24 hours without  the use of a fever reducing agent such as Tylenol or Motrin.

    Cuando No Mandar A Su Hijo/a A La Escuela

    A veces es dificil decidir cuando y cuanto tiempo debes de mantener a tu hijo/a enferma en la casa de la escuela. Miren aqui, cuando debe dejar a su hijo/a en casa y no mandario/a al la escuela.

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    OUESD is a Safe Haven School District

    The Board of Trustees adopted Resolution No. 2016-17/24 declaring the Oakley Union Elementary School District as a Safe Haven School District for students and families. This resolution is intended to serve as a reaffirmation that our District takes the safety and well-being of all students seriously.  View the Resolution

    La Mesa Directiva recientemente aprobó la Resolución No. 2016-17/24 declarando que el Distrito de las Escuelas Primarias de la Unión de Oakley sería un Distrito de Refugio Seguro para los estudiantes y familias.  Esta resolución está previsto para cumplir como una reafirmación que nuestro Distrito toma la seguridad y buen estado de todos los estudiantes seriamente. Ver la Resolución. 

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    Happy 2020, Upcoming Events

    1/24 Progress Reports sent home

    1/28 School Site Council meets 3:15, Public input welcomed

    1/31 Spirit Day: Twin Day

    2/4 Kinder Readiness Fair 4:30 Gehringer Elementary School

    2/13 Apex Dance-A-Thon 

    2/14 & 17th President's Holiday

    2/20 PTA Meeting 6:30 Library

    2/24 Vintage Kinder Registration: 1:30-4:00 Library

    2/27 Vintage Kinder Registration: 8:30-11:30 Library

    2/28 Spirit Day: Super Hero Day

    2/28 Report Cards go home

    3/3  School Site Council meets 3:15, Public input welcomed

    3/5 Family Literacy Night 6:00-7:00 Multi-use room 

    Uniform Compliant Procedure

    The Oakley Union Elementary School District annually notifies our students, employees, parents or guardians of its students, the district advisory committee, school advisory committees, appropriate private school officials, and other interested parties of the Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) process.

    The Oakley Union Elementary School District is primarily responsible for compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, including those related to unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation or bullying against any protected group, and all programs and activities that are subject to the UCP.