Feaster Charter: School & Board Information

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School Information

Our Purpose

Feaster exists to foster the academic, social, emotional, and physical achievement of ALL students in school and in life.

 

Core Values

We have a Growth Mindset

We keep all staff and every student in mind

We commit and follow through

 

Vision Statement

At Feaster Charter School, students are at the center of all decision making.  We prepare our students to become 21st century learners in a multicultural society by infusing Visual & Performing Arts as well as Science, Technology, Social Studies, Engineering & Mathematics into our daily curriculum and literacy instruction.  This integration challenges our students to communicate and think critically, creatively and collaboratively.  By introducing the Arts and Sciences we are fostering leadership and reasoning skills, as well as increasing self-esteem at a young age to make a life changing impact. The students who leave Feaster Charter School will be lifelong learners who are on their way to being college and career ready.


Quarterly Character Strengths

Quarter 1

Social Intelligence:

  • I am able to find solutions during conflict
  • I show that I care about others' feelings
  • I adapt to social situations

Emotional Self Control:

  • I amflexible and resilient
  • I allow others to speak without interruptions
  • I am polite
  • I am able to remain calm and work to resolve a conflict peacefully

Quarter 2

Curiosity:

  • I am eager to explore new things
  • I ask questions
  • I take an active interest in learning

Self Control (School Work):

  • I follow directions
  • I come to class prepared
  • I pay attention and resist distractions
  • I am focused on my work
  • I complete my work to the best of my ability

Quarter 3

Zest:

  • I actively participate
  • I show enthusiasm
  • I approachnew situations with excitement and energy

Gratitude:

  • I notice when others help
  • I show appreciation for the goods things in my life
  • I do nice things to thank others
  • I say "thank you"

Quarter 4

Grit:

  • I try hard even after experiencing failure
  • I keep working hard even when I feel like quitting
  • I follow through on my commitments
  • I stick with a project and finish it to the best of my ability
  • I stay committed to my goals

Optimism:

  • I believe my effort will improve my future
  • I believe that I can improve with practice
  • I stay motivated even when things don't go my way

 

LCAP-Local Control and Accountability Plan and Annual Update Template

The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) and annual update template shall be used to provide details regarding local educational agencies' (LEAs) actions and expenditures to support pupil outcomes and overall performance pursuant to Education Code sections 52060, 52066, 47605, 47605.5, and 47606.5. 

LCAP 16-17 Feaster.pdf


STEM.jpeg              VAPA.jpeg                    STEAM.jpg



School Support Staff

For a complete list of Feaster staff, please refer to the 'Staff' page.

Position

Name

Phone Extension

Executive Director Rosario Villareal 2999

Interim Principal, STEM Academy

Principal, VAPA Academy

Angelica Sleiman

Stephanie G. Dominguez

2960
2995
2918
School Secretary Marta R. Lara 2998
Attendance Health Specialist Melissa Gonzales
2996
Nurse Cassandra Mateos
2994
Psychologist Denise Garcia
2961
Language, Speech and Hearing Specialist Cristian Carrasco 2970
Library & Media Center
Karla Salas
2946
Cafeteria Cecilia Garcia 2991

 

 

Daily Schedule

School Hours

School begins at 7:30 a.m. daily.  Students should not arrive on campus earlier than 7:00 a.m. unless they are participating in the breakfast program.
 

Grade

Starting Time -- Ending Time

Thursday's& Modified Days

AM Transitional Kindergarten 7:40am- 11:05am
7:40am- 11:05am
PM Transitional Kindergarten 11:40am- 3:05pm 11:40am- 3:05pm
Kindergarten - 6th Grade
7:30am - 2:45pm 7:30am - 1:30pm
7th-8th Grade 7:30am- 3:00pm 7:30am- 1:30pm

 

Lunch Times

Grade

Monday - Friday

Rainy Days

Kindergarten
10:30 - 11:10 10:30- 11:10
1stGrade 10:40- 11:20 10:40 - 11:20
2nd Grade 11:05- 11:45 11:05- 11:45
3rd Grade 11:30- 12:10 11:30- 12:10
4th Grade 11:55- 12:35 11:55- 12:35
5th Grade 12:20- 1:00 12:20- 1:00
6th Grade 12:45 - 1:25 12:45 - 1:25
7th Grade 12:30- 1:00 12:30- 1:00
8th Grade 1:00 - 1:30 1:00 - 1:30

 

 

Quick Date List

 

2020 - 2021 School Year

  • First Day of School (Minimum Day)
September 8, 2020 (school will resume virtually)
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences (Minimum Days)
October 22 - October 30
  • Veterans Day
November 11, 2020
  • Thanksgiving Week Break
November 23 - November 27 /School Resumes November 30
  • Winter Break
December 21- January 5/School Resumes January 5 (minday)
  • Martin Luther King Day
January 18, 2021
  • President's Holiday
February 12 - February15
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences (Minimum Days)
March 18- 25
  • Spring Break
March 26- April 2/School Resumes April 5, 2021
  • Memorial Day
May 31
  • Last Day of School (Minimum Day)
June 17, 2021

 

School Rules

 
Feaster Charter School functions under three overarching rules:

  • Be Safe
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Respectful
Our concern is for the safe and orderly dismissal of our students. If as many as 400 to 500 parents arrive at our school at approximately the same time to pick up students, your cooperation and patience are essential to our plan. 

Parking will be very limited, so be prepared to park away from the school and under the direction of first responders. DO NOT DOUBLE PARK as it may interfere with getting emergency vehicles into our school site. 

For the safety of your child, before allowing you to take him/her home, we must document to whom each child is released. When you arrive at school, you will be directed to our “Request Gate/Check in area.” A runner will be sent to the student supervision area, and escort your child to the “Release Gate,” where you can reunite with your child. In extreme circumstances, a student reunification area may be set up off-campus, and generally in collaboration with emergency responders. 

You will be required to sign for the release of your child. This is extremely important as it is our only means of ensuring that all students are accounted for at all times. Be prepared to present a picture identification card if requested. Please do not just take your child from the center without signing for their release. We recognize that you may be worried and want to be reunited with your child as quickly as possible. However, this system has been established to ensure your child’s safety. 

It is imperative that you keep all information on your child’s Emergency Card up-to-date. Your child will only be released to those listed on the card. These procedures should be shared with everyone you list on the Emergency Card so they are familiar with our procedures. 

Thank you for your cooperation.

Online Programs for Distance Learning

Achieve3000 (http://www.cvesd.org/district/students) is a reading program online for students to read expository texts and answer questions 
Benchmark Universe (http://www.cvesd.org/district/students) is a reading and writing program for students  
EPIC (https://www.getepic.com/) is an online library with audiobooks, expository books, and fiction books  
Class Code (you will receive this once we start using EPIC in class)
Imagine Math (https://math.imaginelearning.com/users/sign_in) has access to a live teacher - check out our social media post for a walk through video showing how to access this  
ImagineLearning (https://www.imaginelearning.com/) is an online reading and phonics program 
Imagine Math Facts (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/imagine-math-facts/id891972047) this is an app that helps students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division 
Kids A-Z (https://www.raz-kids.com/) is a program that is used in 1st grade  
SmartyAnts (http://www.cvesd.org/district/students) is used for phonics and reading basics 
App Download: https://bit.ly/2xeEd28 (choose Apple or Android link)