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Eastvale Elementary Carnival

By Sarah Sanchez

Eastvale – On May 13, Eastvale Elementary held a free community c

Adrian Prado looks up to Spider-Man, as he posed just like him.

Adrian Prado looks up to Spider-Man, as he posed just like him.

arnival in honor of their 10-year anniversary: their celebration of excellence.

“We just wanted to celebrate with all our current students, our alumni, and have a big carnival for everyone,” said Emily Mitchell, 4th grade Eastvale Elementary School teacher and head of the Carnival Committee. “This was our first carnival ever,” added Mitchell.

The carnival was an exciting event with booths, food trucks, vendors, and games. Each grade level had a booth of activities for the community to participate in, such as various games of basketball, a bean bag toss, and even an Angry Bird game.

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Photo by: Sarah Sanchez Keri Forgey with her daughters, Sierra and Kayla, who said they enjoyed the balloon booth.

A DJ played music for the kids to dance to and the students were even able to take pictures with Spider-Man and two Stormtroopers.

Balloon animals were being made for kids to enjoy and Eastvale Elementary 3rd grade teacher, Lisa Hoffman, was seen face painting.

Mitchell explained that Eastvale Elementary’s performing arts group showed a preview of their Jungle Book play at the carnival. Well-known Eastvale player, David Lee, and his band Minor Strut also performed at the carnival.

In addition, there was a train available for community members to ride around the carnival in.

With all of the games and activities that took place at the carnival, Mitch

Face painting Zoe Pineda. Eastvale Elementary 3rd grade teacher, Lisa Hoffman, face paints Z

Face painting Zoe Pineda. Eastvale Elementary 3rd grade teacher, Lisa Hoffman, face paints Z

ell said it was all thanks to the volunteers and community members who made the event happen. “We have such a great community, they all came out to help and [the carnival] turned out really awesome,” said Mitchell.

“We had a great committee with Kathy, Liz Paskey, Lizette Sweaza, Teresa Cimino, and a bunch of people joining together to make this happen.”

Congratulations on 10 years of excellence Eastvale Elementary!

CNUSD Boundary Updates

Staff Reports

Ronald Reagan Elementary under construction last October.

Ronald Reagan Elementary under construction last October. (Jennifer Jester-Madrigal)

Eastvale — With the 2015-2016 school year opening of Ronald Reagan Elementary School set to happen in July 2015, some school boundaries within Eastvale have changed. Clara Barton, Harada, and Eastvale Elementary Schools will see the majority of the change, as some of Regan’s new attendance will pull from those directions.

The new boundaries will be discussed in detail at parent meetings to be held at these Eastvale locations, as follows:

 

  • 14, 2015, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., Eastvale Elementary School, 13031 Orange Street
  • 21, 2015, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., Barton Elementary School, 7437 Corona Valley Avenue

 

Parents wishing to apply for transfers, as well as open enrollment, for Reagan Elementary need to complete a transfer request by filing out the proper forms. According to the CNUSD website, if you live in the CNUSD attendance area, you will need to complete a transfer request by filling out the proper form.

Map of Barton to Reagan attendance. Please visit the CNUSD website to see maps for other schools. (Image Courtesy of CNUSD)

Map of Barton to Reagan attendance. Please visit the CNUSD website to see maps for other schools. (Image Courtesy of CNUSD)

If you are currently attending a school on a transfer, you do not need to renew that transfer to remain at that school. As long as you maintain continuous residency in the Corona-Norco Unified School District, your transfer shall continue until your child receives a transfer to a new school or leaves the district.

Please note, if your 6th or 8th Grader is attending a transfer school, they will matriculate to the intermediate or high school based on your residence address.

If you live outside the CNUSD attendance area, you will need to renew your transfer permit annually. You must obtain a release from your home school district and submit it to the CNUSD District Office, Student Services, between Dec. 1, 2014 and Jan. 15, 2015.

Applications for School of Choice transfers (between CNUSD schools) may be obtained at the CNUSD District Office, 2820 Clark Avenue, Norco, CA, 92860, (951) 736-5111.  Applications may also be downloaded from the CNUSD website at www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/forms.

Please visit the CNUSD website for transfer forms and additional details: http://www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/Page/741.

PLEASE NOTE: Completed applications may be returned to the District Office.  Parents with children who attend Barton, Eastvale or Harada should visit the website to view the maps to determine if their child will be attending another school.