School Crossing Guards

School Crossing Guards

School Crossing Guards: State law does not require school districts to use crossing guards, but many voluntarily establish crossing guard programs to protect the health and safety of their students. In Coronado, the City pays 100% of the costs for school crossing guards, approximately $100,000 per year. Other California cities typically do not underwrite the costs of crossing guards. In response to concerns about student safety, the City in recent years has increased crossing guards at F on Third and Fourth streets. A crossing guard is present at both Third Street and F Avenue as well as at Fourth Street and F Avenue during both morning and afternoon student crossing times. This is in addition to crossing guards at the usual locations: Sixth Street and F Avenue and Seventh Street and Orange Avenue.

From the City of Coronado Weekly Update – August 30, 2019

 

CHS Chalk Walk 2019

CHS Chalk Walk 2019

Coronado High School is thrilled to announce the return of this year’s CHALK WALK on May 30th from 10:30am to 4:30pm. This kid-friendly festival includes student artists working on colorful large scale chalk art, an interactive area where everyone can create their own chalk art and a full day of fun in the sun for ALL AGES!

Come enjoy the festivities on Thursday, May 30th in the Coronado High School Quad. The gates will open to the public at 10:30am and will close at 4:30pm.

The Great Kindness Challenge

Coronado Unified School District is participating in the Great Kindness Challenge for one week (January 28-February 1, 2019).

Take the Great Kindness ChallengeTake the Great Kindness Challenge and devote yourself to performing as many acts of kindness as possible, choosing from a 50 item checklist.  Help us to create a culture of kindness on our campuses! This has the power to increase tolerance, unity, and respect for all students.  Go to http://www.greatkindnesschallenge.org for more information!

Movies on the Bay 2018

The City of Coronado and the San Diego Unified Port District, through the Tidelands Activation Program, presents Movies on the Bay 2018. The community is invited to join in this free family-friendly showing of Disney Pixar’s “Coco” on Friday, July 27, at Tidelands Park. Pre-screening activities begin at 6:30 p.m. The movie begins at 8. Bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating.