Village School

School News

Updated Thu, Nov 16th
Students at Village School understand the importance of giving back to the community. Recently, our Kindergartners made thank you cookies for the firefighters who gave them a tour of the Sunny Oaks Fire Station. 
Our robust parent participation program helps students see the benefits of the give and take that happens between schools, families, and the community. We will build upon these lessons as we focus on gratitude and giving in November as Thanksgiving approaches.
Updated Fri, Nov 10th

The Village campus is bustling with activity each afternoon as students participate in volunteer-led centers.  Students attend each center one day a week for 4-6 week sessions.  This year students are participating in Ceramics, Color Club, Cryptozoology, Discovering Your Inner Strength, Electro-Adventures, Gardening for Habitat, Midievil Times, Minute to Win It, Park Rangers, Post Office, Science Magic and Woodworking!  

Updated Thu, Nov 16th

Students, staff and families gathered in the courtyard for our first rally of the year.  Class names were announced, birthdays were celebrated and some of our students leaders helped us review the Village M&Ms - Model Respect, Make Good Choices, Solve Problems.  Please join us for our next rally on November 9th.  The theme for our November rally will be gratitude.  

Updated Fri, Sep 29th

Village Families have been coming to school each week for the past three weeks to complete our new family training courses -  Positive Discipline at School and No Bully.  All new VIllage families are highly encouraged to attend these classes to help prepare them for volunteering on campus.   Read on to learn more about Positive Discipline at School and No Bully.  

Positive Discipline at School

Positive Discipline at School  focuses on applying Positive Discipline in the classroom and on the playground.  Volunteers learn the skills needed to talk so that students will listen, set rules so that far less enforcement is necessary, and to effectively handle discipline problems without damaging the students’ self-esteem.  

No Bully

The No Bully class provides families and volunteers with an overview of Village’s  ‘No Bully’ program. This class helps build an understanding of what bullying is and how it differs from peer conflict, the most common types of bullying that occur, and the players in a bullying scenario.  This class also informs families of the Solution Team process, including the roles of a trained Solution Coach and all adults in helping end bullying behaviors. 

These two courses are recommended before parents participate in the classroom and they are offered at the start of every year for new families to attend.  The Village PTA will be providing additional Family Education opportunities throughout the school year.  Congratulations to our new parents for completing these two courses!  

Updated Mon, Aug 21st

Welcome back!  We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday, August 16th.  Village staff and families have been working hard getting ready for the new school year.  We know that this year will be filled with lots of learning, collaboration, and FUN! 

By now you should have received our first weekly bulletin with start of school information.  

Class assignments will be sent in an email on Tuesday, August 15th at 4:30 pm.  

Remember - school starts at 8:05 am for 4th and 5th graders and 8:25 am for Kindergarten - 3rd graders.  The bell schedule is linked to this posting for your reference.

Enjoy the last few days of summer! 

Village Bell Schedule

Updated Fri, Feb 10th

We will host two Open Houses for the 2023-2024 school year. The Open House includes an informative presentation from the principal and the PTA Board, a tour led by our fifth graders, follwed by an informal time to ask any remaining questions. We will host one in the evening on Thursday, Jan 19th at 6:30 pm and a second one during school hours on Tuesday, Jan 24 at 9:00 am. 

Please RSVP to let us know you are coming. We look forward to meeting you!

You can also visit the CUSD Enrollment website for more details about registering your child for the 2023-24 school year.

Updated Thu, Oct 5th

Save the Dates

We will be hosting a Field Trip Driver/Chaperone training on two different dates. If you are planning on driving or chaperoning a field trip at any point during the school year, we ask that you attend one of the training sessions. We will go over the process to be cleared, clarify expectations and roles, and stay to answer any questions you may have. Thank you!

Friday, December 9th at 9:00 am 


Monday December 12 at 8:00 pm. 

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 862 8814 2059

Updated Mon, Nov 13th
Updated Mon, Oct 30th

Today, February 18th., is the final day to participate. If you have not already done so, please take a few minutes to complete the Parent/Caregiver Satisfaction Survey at this link: Survey Link             
Our district is working each day to provide a great place for students to learn, teachers to teach, employees to work, and parents to send their children for an excellent education.
We are committed to listening and responding to your experiences as a parent in our district. Our partners at Huron/Studer Education are providing an opportunity for you to provide feedback anonymously, at the link above.
Your input is valuable. It will be used to celebrate our successes and to create action plans for improvements.

Updated Fri, Jan 13th

Join us to learn more about Village School

In person Open House

6:30pm onJanuary 19th


9:00am January 24th