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    Looking for a Parent Volunteer

    to Run Yearbook Club!

    We are bringing back the Yearbook Club for 4th and 5th graders!  We need a parent to help coordinate the club and work with the students to create our 21-22 book full of memories!  Once we have a volunteer we can decide on the schedule that works best. Please reach out to our principal, Christy Glaser at dglaser@srvusd.net for more information.

    Absent or tardy?

    Please call our attendance line at 925.479.6098

    SchoolCafe Update:

    Do I need to keep money on my child’s Student Meal Account?

    No. For at least the Fall 2021 semester and the foreseeable future, students will not need to have money on their account. In the past the Child Nutrition department used a third party program called SchoolCafe to maintain money for student meals.

    If you have an account balance you can request a refund by contacting our department secretary by calling (925) 824-1808 or email Belinda McDaniel and provide:

    • Student(s) name(s)

    • Students ID(s)

    • School site(s) 

    • Person's name to make the check payable to, and 

    • Mailing address where to send the refund check.

    Congratulations to our former Cougar, Blair Chen on winning 1st Place in the Street Smarts Walk & Roll Fall 2020 Poster Contest!!

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    Our Mission

    What? We extend trust to others to let people know you have their back, be an active member of the community for positive change, be the guide to open doors for students to be their best selves, make relationships personal and let people know you care about them,  and celebrate the differences each member of the community brings and learn from each other. 

    How? At Country Club Elementary we make others feel safe, connect with people in meaningful ways, participate in the community, accept people's differences,  and empower others to be our best selves. 

    Why? Our Mission is to accept and empower students so that they have the confidence to become their own authentic self.  To include and unite so that we help build lifelong empathy and acceptance of self and others.