School Info

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Daily Schedule

Breakfast & Lunch Menus

Quick Date List

Student Handbook

School Rules

Emergency Release Plan

School Support Staff

For a complete list of Los Altos staff, please refer to the 'Staff' page.

Position

Name

Phone Extension

Principal

Néstor Daniel Espinoza-Agraz 

380190

School Secretary

Myrna Nunez

380100

Attendance Health Specialist

Trini Nicasio

380110

Nurse

Jaime Estrada

380150

Psychologist

Anais Medina-Flores

380160

Language, Speech and Hearing Specialist

Wendy White

380200

Library & Media Center

Noemí Rodríguez

380170

RSP - Resource Specialist Program

Maddi Northcutt

380601

Daily Schedule

School Hours

School begins at 8:45 a.m. daily. Students should not arrive on campus earlier than 8: 30 a.m. unless they are participating in the breakfast program, which starts at 8:15 a.m.

Grade

Starting Time -- Ending Time

Friday & Modified Days

Transitional Kinder

8:30am - 2:45pm

 8:30am - 1:30pm

Kindergarten

8:30am - 3:00

8:30am- 1:40pm

1st Grade - 6th Grade

8:45am - 3:15pm

8:45am - 1:55pm



Note: The full calendar is available in printable form here.

2022-23 School Year

Students in our District are scheduled to start the 2022-23 school year on Wednesday July 20th and end the school year on Friday June 2nd.

Student Starting Date: July 20, 2022
Student Ending Date: June 2, 2023


Key breaks include:

  • Thanksgiving Break: November 21 – November 25, 2022
  • Winter Break: December 19, 2020 – January 6, 2023
  • Spring Break: March 20 – March 21 2023

School Rules

Rules/ Expectations

Classroom

Cafeteria

Assembly

Outdoor Recess

Bus

Hallways

Bathroom

Library

Responsibility

Follow directions and class routines

Do quality work

Be ready to learn

Wait your turn in line

Make healthy choices

Use quiet voices

Clean up your area

Remain quiet during performance

Applaud when appropriate and always be courteous

Stay focused on the presentation

Follow playground rules

Freeze when you hear the bull horn

Put away equipment at end of recess

Follow the bus driver’s directions

Keep your belongings in your bag.

Use quiet voices

Go directly to your destination

Use quiet voices

Safely distance

Flush and wash your hands

Return to class promptly

Listen and follow directions of all adults

Keep library shelves organized

Integrity

Be honest Do your best

Make good choices even when no one is watching

Only take your card

Once you’re in line stay in that order

Only five at a time

Sit in assigned area with your class

Participate appropriately

Show good sportsmanship

Play fairly

Stop, think and make good choices

Keep the bus clean

Wait your turn to enter and exit the bus

Make good choices even when no one is watching

Keep walls and floors clean

Use bathroom equipment & materials properly

Report restroom problems

Return books on time

Choose books at your level

Handle books properly

Safety

Follow classroom rules

Use materials appropriately

Keep, hands, feet to yourself

Keep hands feet, to yourself

Eat your own food

Enter and exit quietly with your class. Follow all adult instructions

Stay in your space

Keep hand and feet still

Use equipment as intended.

Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.

Walk to your class line.

Stay seated and face forward

Keep the aisles clear

Keep hands, feet and objects to self

Use quiet walking feet

Stay to the right side

Keep hands and feet to yourself

Report unsafe behavior to an adult

Wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds.

Keep floors dry

Always walk

Honor personal space

Pick up after yourself

Keep hands, feet to yourself

Empathy

Seek first to understand and then to be understood.

Accept, appreciate and respect everyone

Say please and thank you

Listen and follow directions of all supervisors

Use whole body listening

Think about how your words and actions affect others.

Be inclusive

Seek first to understand then to be understood

Say please and thank you to the bus driver

Use appropriate language.

Greet others, smile

Stop and help others (if they need help)

Be a positive role model

Remember others are waiting

Give others privacy when using restrooms

Greet librarian politely

Raise your hand & patiently wait your turn

Share materials

 



Emergency Release Plan

School safety is our number one priority. In case of a school emergency or natural disaster, such as an earthquake, you need to be aware of our school's plan for releasing your child. Instructions for reunification with your child will be communicated to you by the school or District. Please do not take it upon yourself to come to the school based upon media reports, which may be erroneous.

Our concern is for the safe and orderly dismissal of our students. If as many as 400 to 500 parents arrive at our school at approximately the same time to pick up students, your cooperation and patience are essential to our plan.

Parking will be very limited, so be prepared to park away from the school and under the direction of first responders. DO NOT DOUBLE PARK as it may interfere with getting emergency vehicles into our school site.

For the safety of your child, before allowing you to take him/her home, we must document to whom each child is released. When you arrive at school, you will be directed to our "Request Gate/Check in area." A runner will be sent to the student supervision area, and escort your child to the "Release Gate," where you can reunite with your child. In extreme circumstances, a student reunification area may be set up off-campus, and generally in collaboration with emergency responders.

You will be required to sign for the release of your child. This is extremely important as it is our only means of ensuring that all students are accounted for at all times. Be prepared to present a picture identification card if requested. Please do not just take your child from the center without signing for their release. We recognize that you may be worried and want to be reunited with your child as quickly as possible. However, this system has been established to ensure your child's safety.

It is imperative that you keep all information on your child's Emergency Card up-to-date. Your child will only be released to those listed on the card. These procedures should be shared with everyone you list on the Emergency Card so they are familiar with our procedures.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Breakfast & Lunch Menus

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement

 

Nutrition Information

We strive to offer the best quality products in our cafeterias and are continually looking for new ways to bring in more appealing and nutritious foods. We are highly regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in that we are not able to serve just anything in our schools. We are required to serve a wide variety of fruits and vegetables as well as whole grain products that are lower in sodium and saturated fat. Everything we serve is a healthy counterpart to what may look like a "fast food" menu. 

MAIN ENTREES

FOODS

DIABETES INFORMATION

Breakfast & Lunch Entrees


Afterschool Snacks

 

Fruits and Vegetables


Beverages
Condiments

 

Carbohydrate Counts


ADA Food Exchange List, 2007

 

For more detailed information on the items we serve, please contact our Registered Dietitian, at 619-425-9600 x181405 or x181406.

Allergy Information

Your student's safety is of the utmost importance to us in Child Nutrition Services. We work as a team with our our dietitian, parents, nurses, and cafeteria staff to ensure the proper meal accommodation is made for the students that require it. If you feel that your child needs a special meal accommodation, please contact your student's school nurse to obtain information about the
Medical Statement for Special Meal Accommodation.

Please click on the link below, for a complete list of the most common allergies for the items we serve in the school cafeteria. For more detailed information on the items we serve, please contact our Registered Dietitian, at 619-425-9600 x181405 or x181406.

For more information on food allergies and ways to ensure the safety of your student in any environment, please go to the Food Allergy Research & Education website.