Olympic View Elementary students discuss the importance of equity.
In this episode, parent leader Allyson Dopwell discusses the importance of parent involvement in their child’s education.
When parents get involved in their children's education there is a sense of hope and accomplishment that comes from knowing you are working to make things better. Former CVESD Trustee Dr. Douglas Luffborough, III is doing just that.
Allen Elementary students discuss the importance of core values and common courtesies.
Listen to learn more about how the YMCA partnership supports the needs of our students, families, staff and community at large.
Finney Elementary’s student Book Club chats with CVESD on their latest read.
The Chula Vista Elementary School District’s Executive Director, Language Development and Instruction Services and Support, Lalaine Perez, shares how CVESD is meeting the needs of Multilanguage Learners throughout the District.
In a world with constant communication everywhere, it’s more important than ever to keep key messaging concise, be consistent, and be where CVESD families are. CVESD Communication Officer Giovanna Castro talks about what the District is doing around communications on this Equity Dialogue: Chatting for a Change episode.
In this episode of the Equity Dialogue you will learn about the resources that are available to our schools and community through the Chula Vista Community Collaborative. Omar Calleros is our guest who shares important information about our five family resource centers and what they have to offer to CVESD families.
Debra Maxie discusses how students, and families, can prepare for college starting in elementary school.
In this episode of The Equity Dialogue, Mayor Mary Casillas Salas talks about the needs of the citizens of Chula Vista and what the city is trying to do to make sure resources, services, and support are available and accessible to all who need them.
City of Chula Vista Housing Advisory Commission: Consideration of Establishing Residential Landlord and Tenant Provisions
In this episode, Superintendent Dr. Eduardo Reyes talks about the importance of having the courage to stand up for others and be the voice for those who might not have found their voice yet.
In CVESD we adopted our first-ever Equity Board Policy in 2021. However, many folks aren’t sure what that really means for our schools. In this episode, we discuss this topic with Dr. Monica Loyce, principal of Thurgood Marshall Elementary School.