Mrs. Chanoit's 5th grade class watched a documentary called What Was Ours, and wrote letters to the film maker - Jordan Dresser - with their feelings they had after watching the film, along with questions to Jordan. We decided to film the students reading their letters (behind a green screen, of course), and send them to Jordan. Click here to watch their videos! Well done students!
Getting kids active during the school day helps with brain development, learning, and retention! Many of the teachers at Chula Vista Hills use Go Noodle to get kids moving throughout the day. We went live on February 13, 2017 to Mrs. Sutton's class to watch them participate in a Go Noodle activity! Please watch until the end... Mrs. Bangle has some helpful advice at the end of the video. Enjoy!
We used Livestream to stream our 2017 Speech Contest! Please watch below!
The themes for this year include:
4th grade: What does the phrase, "Fair isn't always equal" mean to you in your school?
5th grade: What does the phrase, "Fair isn't always equal" mean to you in your city?
6th grade: What does the phrase, "Fair isn't always equal" mean to you in your country?
Ever wonder what goes on in your child's classroom during the day? Have you always wanted to be a "fly on the wall" in the classroom? Well, we have the solution for that! We have started going LIVE into select classrooms here on campus!
With this segment, we take a sneak peek into Mrs. Wahlroos' Kindergarten class. She is sharing a read-aloud and talking about how feelings can change. Watch until the very end - Mrs. Bangle will give us some insightful strategies to help your read-aloud at home. Enjoy!
Hello there! My name is Dawn Seiter, and I am the Digital Media Arts teacher at Chula Vista Hills Elementary. Please take a look at all the neat stuff we have been doing!
Our School's Vision
"We will empower students to be critical thinkers and effective communicators in order to reach their highest potential. We will do this by providing a rigorous, relevant, and innovative learning environment that challenges all students to achieve academic success and express themselves creatively."