Ibarra Elementary School

Ibarra Elementary School

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Hola solo pasa para Deharles save k si ay unos Padres k tienen hijos en el salon de ms. Vera k por favor les pongan atencion. Si su niñ@s les dicen k la maestra Los maltrata a Los niños led kita zapatos y calsetinez y Los ase k se pararen en el Paso frio. A Las niñas Las despeina. Oh en el caso de mi sobrina. La maestra la estaba lastimando. En forma de k le enterraba Las uñas en la cabeza o le pikaba el oido. Esto no es de apenas ya tiene un buen tiempo. Mi ermana due y hablo con la directora. Pero le dijo k ella no creia I mi sobrina esta bientiendo. La niña ya ni keria ir a la escuela tenia miedo. Eso viene siendo bullying.
Al fil y al cabo mi ermana cambio a ala niña a otra escuela.
Y por supuesto la directora no iso nada en apsolucto. La directora es mas amiga k patrona con Los maestros. Eso no esta bien. Bueno solo keria dejarles saver si ay mas niñ@s k se an kejado de la maestra vera por favor nose keen kayadas hable
Si la directora no les ase caso baya al district

So my niece was being bullying by the teacher ms. Vera. Yes she is a good teacher my daughter was in her class. Nothing ever happened with her bcuz I was a volunteer and was at school all the time. But with my niece was a different story. Ms vera use to poke my niece head with her nail. To the point that my niece was scared to go to school. And see the teacher.
My sister went to speak with Ms. Sovereign but like always it seem she didnt care about what was going on. She acted like she had never heard this before. So please pay attention to your kids when they came home and specially if they have ms vera as a teacher.
Report it. Go to the district.
Like? I love Ibarra Elementary!! 💚

Welcome to Ibarra, where every student is a star. Ours is a new school that opened in 2005 in the heart of the Colina del Sol neighborhood in San Diego's City Heights.

Operating as usual

05/02/2021

Next week is Teacher Appreciation week!
Help us celebrate our awesome teachers by having your child write a note, bring a flower or an apple to their teacher.

Next week is Teacher Appreciation week!
Help us celebrate our awesome teachers by having your child write a note, bring a flower or an apple to their teacher.

04/11/2021

[03/22/21]   Ibarra Families,

We are happy to announce that soon we will be able to bring your children back to school for in-person instruction. Beginning on Monday, April 12th, there will be two options for families to choose from for the remaining nine weeks of the school year.

The first option (1) is for your child to return to school for in-person learning four days each week, Monday through Thursday. School hours will be 8:40 – 2:10, with students completing one more hour of work at home after school. All safety protocols will be followed with children and adults wearing masks and remaining physically distanced throughout the day. Meals will be served and students will eat outdoors. Fridays students will work from home.

The second option (2) is for students to continue working from home five days a week. Teachers will continue to teach via zoom each morning, with children working independently in the afternoon.

Your child’s teacher will be reaching out to you in the next week to ask for your plans for the rest of this school year.

Please let your teacher know which option you choose. If we do not hear from you by the end of this week, Friday, March 26, 2021, we will assume that your child will continue learning from HOME for the rest of the year (Option 2).

There will be more details and a parent meeting to answer your questions on April 6th at 4:45 PM (Link: 82370057119). If the meantime, feel free to contact your teacher or myself.

Thank you very much!

I remain,

At your service,

Mariclaret Patton, Principal

Herbert Ibarra Elementary School

4877 Orange Avenue

San Diego, CA 92115

02/27/2021
02/11/2021

No School tomorrow, we will be observing President Lincoln's Birthday.

No School tomorrow, we will be observing President Lincoln's Birthday.

01/19/2021

Congratulations to our superintendent and to our interim Superintendent Dr. Lamont Jackson!

ANNOUNCEMENT: San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten has been nominated for United States Deputy Secretary of Education by President-Elect Biden.

"Thank you to our students, parents, professional educators, support staff, administrators, board members and everyone who has allowed me to be part of your own incredible life journey," Marten said in a letter to San Diego Unified families, which can be seen here: bit.ly/3p0en7G

Following the announcement, the Board of Education has named area superintendent Dr. Lamont Jackson as interim superintendent.

Jackson graduated from Clairemont High School and has worked for the district as a classroom teacher, principal and district administrator. With more than 25 years' experience in education, he said he is here because of the “wonderful educators and leaders” in San Diego Unified.

01/18/2021
12/07/2020

We hope you'll join us in this High Impact Home Strategies, in reading, Zoom session! It will be tomorrow, December 7, at 5:15 p.m.! Elementary aged students may attend this family workshop as long as they are accompanied by an adult!
https://sandiegounified.zoom.us/j/82598622518

11/21/2020

Happy Thanksgiving Iguana families!
Have a safe and relaxing Thanksgiving!

sdusdfamilies.org 11/19/2020

Family Engagement Department

Hello Ibarra Parents and families,When you get some time please check out the Family Engagement page. This link is just an example of activities the department provides for families.
http://sdusdfamilies.org/family-fun-factory/

sdusdfamilies.org Keeping the families of SDUSD connected to support their children’s education

11/12/2020

[11/12/20]   Ibarra Elementary would like to acknowledge a special staff member during National Psychologist Week! Thank you, Mr. Oscar Grajeda for all the assessments you do, all the Individualized Plans and meetings you attend. Thank you for connecting and counseling individual students and groups. Thank you for all the the other things you do that we are not aware of and Thank you for being a kind person!🤩🥳

11/11/2020

Let’s honor those who sacrificed for our freedom.

[11/05/20]   Good News parents -Beginning Monday Hoover High will have a support center to help with technology issues. The hours will be 9:00-3 :30 Monday- Friday.

Buenas Noticias Padres de Familias- Comenzando lunes en la escuela Hoover High van a tener un Centro de Apoyo para ayudar con la tecnología. Horas seran de 9-3:30 Lunes a viernes.

10/16/2020

Hopefully Parents can join the next meeting.

[09/08/20]   Hello Everyone,

We hope everyone had a safe, 3-day weekend.

Tomorrow is the first FULL day of school. We are back in school so we will see everyone in class by 8:45a.m. If you have not logged on or do not have a working computer, PLEASE let us know. Don't miss anything, be at school every day.

If you did not pick up your school supplies or a computer, we will be distributing items tomorrow, Tuesday, from 11:30-2:00.

Welcome back Iguanas. Let's learn something new every day.

We can't wait to see you.

Hola a todos,

Esperamos que todos hayan tenido un fin de semana seguro de 3 días. Mañana es el primer día COMPLETO de clases. Estamos de regreso en la escuela, así que veremos a todos en clase a las 8:45 a.m. Si no ha iniciado sesión o no tiene una computadora que funcione, POR FAVOR avísenos. No te pierdas nada, ve a la escuela todos los días.

Si no recogió sus útiles escolares o una computadora, estaremos distribuyendo artículos mañana martes de 11: 30-2: 00.

Bienvenidos de nuevo Iguanas. Aprendamos algo nuevo todos los días.

No podemos esperar a verte.

Me mantengo,
A su servicio,
Director Patton
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[09/04/20]   Iguanas, we just finished the first week of Distance Learning. It was far from perfect. We are thankful to our families for being patient. We are thankful to our teachers and staff for being so dedicated and caring. We are thankful to our kids for being resilient and strong! Ibarra students are the best! See you on Tuesday!💕

09/04/2020
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Family Technology Support Flyer Eng_Span.pdf

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[08/29/20]   Ibarra Families:
Materials Distribution
1st and 2nd Tuesday September 2
2:00-4:00
3rd grade Wednesday September 3
11:00-2:00
4th and 5th Thursday September 4th
2:00-4:00

Please wear a mask
Looking forward to seeing you 😉

sandiegounified.ss18.sharpschool.com 08/26/2020

Back to School Guide 2020-21

https://sandiegounified.ss18.sharpschool.com/back_to_school_guide_2020-21
Families check out our District Back to school Guide!

sandiegounified.ss18.sharpschool.com

[08/20/20]   The new school year will begin August 31st! Yes, we will start off with Distance Learning and looking forward to see you!
We will be handing out material look out for the schedule.

[07/21/20]   It has been a roller coaster of a year and now it has come to an end. We will miss our student's smiling faces. Happy Summer!

[07/17/20]   Do you have children that are ready to go to Kindergarten?

Ibarra Elementary is now enrolling students for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten.
Kinder-age Children Must be 5 years old by September 1, 2020.
Transitional Kinder-age Children must turn 5 between September 2 and December 2, 2020.

Questions about enrollment packets please email, call or leave a voicemail:

[email protected]

619-627-1277 between 8:00am - 4:00pm.

07/16/2020

Ibarra Family and friends, below you will find information regarding the promotion parade and the virtual promotion.
Congratulations 5th graders!

07/16/2020

Ibarra 2019-2020 5th Grade Promotion

Ibarra Families and friends here is the promotion video for 5th grade. Congratulations!

https://www.schooltube.com/media/Ibarra+2019-2020+5th+Grade+Promotion/0_utlcmw9t

Ibarra Elementary School 5th Grade Promotion Ceremony Class of 2020

07/13/2020

SDUSD update!

NEWS RELEASE: Joint Statement from San Diego Unified, Los Angeles Unified School Districts Regarding Online Start to School Year

July 13, 2020

On March 13, four months ago today, we made the difficult decision to close our schools to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Much has changed since that time: New research is available, additional information on school safety experiences from around the world, and updated health guidelines from state and county leaders.

Unfortunately, much of the research is incomplete and many of the guidelines are vague and contradictory. One fact is clear: those countries that have managed to safely reopen schools have done so with declining infection rates and on-demand testing available. California has neither. The skyrocketing infection rates of the past few weeks make it clear the pandemic is not under control.

Therefore, we are announcing that the new school year will start online only. Instruction will resume on Aug.18 in Los Angeles Unified and Aug. 31 in San Diego Unified, as previously scheduled. Both districts will continue planning for a return to in-person learning during the 2020-21 academic year, as soon as public health conditions allow.

This announcement represents a significant disappointment for the many thousands of teachers, administrators and support staff, who were looking forward to welcoming students back in August. It is obviously an even greater disappointment to the many parents who are anxious for their students to resume their education. Most of all, this decision will impact our students in ways that researchers will take years to understand.

Our leaders owe it to all of those impacted by the COVID-19 closures to increase the pace of their work. No one should use the delay in the reopening of classrooms as a reason to relax. The coronavirus has not taken a summer vacation, as many had hoped. Indeed, the virus has accelerated its attacks on our community.

The federal government must provide schools with the resources we need to reopen in a responsible manner.

In the past four months, we have provided more than 47 million meals to families, distributed more than 250,000 computers to students and trained more than 35,000 educators in online learning. In the weeks ahead, we plan to continue this breakneck pace.

* The school year will resume on schedule.
* Teachers will receive expanded training in online education to better meet the
needs of students.
* Students will receive additional training at the start of the year to become better
online learners.
* Online supports for parents will be increased to make it easier for them to
participate in the education of their students.
* Principals will continue customized planning for the safest possible reopening
this fall.
* Free meals will continue to be provided at the current distribution stations.

On Friday, the American Academy of Pediatrics reversed course and said it was no longer confident that opening schools in the middle of a public health crisis is the best option for children. That reversal symbolizes the speed with which schools continue to receive vague and conflicting information from the medical and scientific communities. It is clear our two systems will need to create our own source for reliable scientific information.

Los Angeles Unified plans to update the community in early August. San Diego Unified will provide a public assessment on Aug.10 of how soon (after the first week of school) a physical return to class would be possible. That assessment will be based on local measures of whether the virus is sufficiently under control, as well as progress on testing and federal action on funding. On Aug.10, San Diego Unified will also outline the physical measures planned for each school to guard against the pandemic and detail the online learning program for the 2020-21 academic year.

https://www.sandiegounified.org/newscenter/node/2285

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Declaración conjunta del Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Diego
y del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles
sobre el comienzo del nuevo año escolar

El 13 de marzo, hoy hace cuatro meses, tomamos la difícil decisión de cerrar nuestras escuelas para prevenir la propagación del coronavirus. Mucho ha cambiado desde entonces: Ahora hay nueva investigación disponible, información adicional sobre experiencias de seguridad escolar de todo el mundo, y directrices actualizadas de salud de líderes estatales y del condado.

Desafortunadamente, mucha de la investigación no se ha completado y muchas de las directrices son vagas y contradictorias. Un hecho es claro: los países que han logrado reabrir sus escuelas con seguridad, lo han hecho con índices de infección en declive y pruebas disponibles a pedido. California no tiene ninguno de estos. Los índices de infección subiendo rápidamente en las últimas semanas han evidenciado que la pandemia no está bajo control.

Por lo tanto, anunciamos que el nuevo año escolar comenzará sólo en línea. La instrucción reanudará el 18 de agosto en al Unificado de Los Ángeles, y el 31 de agosto en el Unificado de San Diego, como estaba programado previamente. Ambos distritos continuarán planeando el regreso a clases con aprendizaje en persona durante el ciclo académico 2020-21, tan pronto como las condiciones de salud pública lo permitan.

Este anuncio representa una desilusión significativa para los muchos miles de maestros, administradores y personal de apoyo, quienes esperaban con gusto dar la bienvenida a los estudiantes en agosto. Es obviamente una desilusión aún mayor para los muchos padres que esperaban ansiosos que sus hijos reanudaran su educación. Más que nada, esta decisión afectará a nuestros estudiantes de forma que los investigadores pasarán años tratando de entender.

Nuestros líderes se comprometen ante todos los afectados por los cierres del COVID-19 a aumentar su ritmo de trabajo. Nadie debe usar el retraso de la apertura de las aulas como razón para relajarse. El coronavirus no ha tomado vacaciones de verano, como muchos esperaban. Ciertamente, el virus ha acelerado sus ataques a nuestra comunidad.

El gobierno federal deber proporcionar a las escuelas los recursos que necesitamos para reabrir de manera responsable.

En los últimos cuatro meses, hemos proporcionado más de 47 millones de alimentos para familias, distribuido más de 250,000 computadoras a los estudiantes y capacitado a más de 35,000 educadores en aprendizaje en línea. En las siguientes semanas, planeamos continuar este vertiginoso ritmo.

● El año escolar reanudará puntualmente.

● Los maestros recibirán capacitación ampliada en educación en línea para satisfacer mejor las necesidades de los estudiantes.

● Los estudiantes recibirán capacitación adicional al comenzar el año para saber aprender mejor en línea.

● Los apoyos en línea para padres serán incrementados para facilitar su participación en la educación de sus hijos.

● Los directores continuarán ajustando sus planes para la reapertura con la mayor seguridad posible este otoño.

● Los alimentos gratuitos continuarán siendo provistos en las actuales estaciones de distribución.

El viernes, la Academia Norteamericana de Pediatría se retractó y dijo que ya no pensaba que la reapertura de las escuelas en medio de una crisis de salud pública fuera la mejor opción para nuestros niños. Esa retracción simboliza cuán volátilmente las escuelas continúan recibiendo información vaga y discrepante de las comunidades médicas y científicas. Es claro que nuestros dos sistemas necesitarán crear sus propias fuentes de información científica confiable.

El Unificado de Los Ángeles planea dar información actualizada a la comunidad a principios de agosto. El Unificado de San Diego proporcionará una evaluación al público el 10 de agosto sobre qué tan pronto (después de la primera semana de clases) será posible un regreso físico a las aulas. Tal evaluación estará basada en medidas locales sobre si el virus está suficientemente bajo control, así como en el progreso de las pruebas y medidas federales de financiamiento. El 10 de agosto, el Unificado de San Diego también delineará medidas físicas planeadas para cada escuela para protegerse de la pandemia y detalles en el programa de aprendizaje en línea para el ciclo académico 2020-21.

https://www.sandiegounified.org/newscenter/node/2286

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07/04/2020

Have a safe Fourth of July Iguanas!

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sandiegounified.org 06/21/2020

Ready for the Fall - Back to School on August 31 | San Diego Unified Newscenter

https://www.sandiegounified.org/newscenter/node/2272

Parents we need your input! Please complete the parent survey. Just click on the link above and you will see the survey in several languages.

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YouTube

If you missed the school board meeting you can watch it here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=984LONlZ5QY&feature=youtu.be&t=869

“San Diego Unified schools will reopen in the fall with a focus on health and safety, according to a vote tonight by the Board of Education. Students will have a choice of attending class either on campus, online or a combination of both.
Surveys will go out to all families on Thursday, June 18, to check their attendance preferences, as individual school communities begin to plan for the implementation of new safety procedures. The official date for Back to School this year remains unchanged: August 31 for all schools on a traditional calendar.- Principal Patton

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4877 Orange Ave
San Diego, CA
92115
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