Other Resources

Library Access for Databases & Student Resources

Use the following Username and Password to login on the sites:

Username: Q7Q3KR9HBR

Password: welcome


  • School & Educators Complete – eBook subscription database (over 12,000 titles) to support multiple subject areas (English Language Arts, Science, Math, Social Studies, Health, Physical Education, Information Literacy and Technology). https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/vcoe-ebooks

To use our products at home, a username and secure password are required to access:

Username: L85C4VVH

Password: Me$I4~$S5f

  • CultureGrams – Concise cultural information on countries around the world. (Grades 3-12)

Access:  http://online.culturegrams.com

  • eLibrary – General reference aggregation of periodical and digital media content with editorial guidance for novice researchers.  Two unique interfaces are available. (Grades 6+)

Access: https://search.proquest.com/elibrary?accountid=199057 or https://explore.proquest.com

  • ProQuest Central Student – Millions of articles from more than 10,000 full-text scholarly journals. (Grades 9+, IB, AP, College Prep)

Access: https://search.proquest.com/centralk12?accountid=199057

  • SIRS Discoverer – Selected content for novice researchers, especially elementary and middle school students and educators. (Grades 3-9)

Access: http://discoverer.sirs.com

  • SIRS Issues Researcher – Curriculum-aligned database of content organized by complex issues, ideally for middle and high school students and educators. (Grades 6+)

Access: http://sks.sirs.com

  • ProQuest Research Companion – Information literacy tools and tutorials to help develop critical thinking. (Grades 8+)

Access: http://pqrc.proquest.com/

  • School & Educators Complete – eBook subscription database (over 12,000 titles) to support multiple subject areas (English Language Arts, Science, Math, Social Studies, Health, Physical Education, Information Literacy and Technology). (Grades 9+, possibly some content for Middle School, also includes professional development content for faculty)

Access: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/bridges-ebooks

Project CoVitality

Social Emotional Health Resources

Social Emotional Health Resources

The UC Santa Barbara Project Covitality Team seeks out and posts school-based mental health and wellness resources. We do this to support your efforts to help all students thrive and grow into competent and caring people who positively impact their communities and the world.

Elementary Student Survey

The Healthy Kid Survey (CHKS) is a modular, anonymous assessment recommended for students age 10 (grade 5) and above. It is focused on the five most important areas for guiding school and student improvement:

  • student connectedness, learning engagement/motivation, and attendance;
  • school climate, culture, and conditions;
  • school safety, including violence perpetration and victimization/bullying;
  • physical and mental well-being and social-emotional learning; and
  • student supports, including resilience-promoting developmental factors (caring relationships, high expectations, and meaningful participation).

New in 2020/21. The elementary Core Module has been expanded this year to assess topics of particular concern due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated reduction in in-person learning opportunities. Note that there is one elementary Core Module. Students are directed to questions relevant to the instructional learning model used in their school using skip logic.

Secondary Student Modules

The Secondary Module is aligned with the Local Control and Accountability Plan to assess:

  • school climate and safety,
  • pupil engagement,
  • student supports,
  • bullying, and
  • substance abuse.

Demographic questions help identify the needs of key subgroups, including:

  • racial/ethnic groups,
  • foster youth,
  • economically disadvantaged, and
  • English language learners.

Supply List

Classroom teachers will reach out with welcome letters a few days before the start of school.


Classroom supply lists are suggested lists. If you have any questions please reach out to the front office at 805-492-3569.  

Kindergarten: Requests a family donation for purchasing common classroom supplies

First grade: Requests a family donation for purchasing common classroom supplies

2nd Grade Supply List:
  • 1 pencil box
  • 1 pk ticonderoga pencils
  • 3 pink erasers
  • 1 small pair of scissors
  • 2 black Sharpies
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 3 composition books 
  • 6 FINE POINT dry erase markers BLACK ONLY 
  • 1 box of 24 crayons (no more than that please!)
  • 1 pk colored pencils
  • 1 pk skinny markers
  • 1 hand-held pencil sharpener (with container to catch shavings)
  • 1 2-pocket folder
  • 1 pair of headphones (this is optional – I will offer earbuds for any student who does not have their own; however, many students find their own headphones to be much more comfortable than the earbuds).

Other items to share with the class that are appreciated:

  • Extra black sharpies 
  • Extra BLACK fine point dry erase markers
  • Extra pencils
  • Extra glue sticks

*Please bring supplies on the first day of school if possible

*All supplies will be personal, so each child will use the specific supplies they bring. Please label everything with black sharpie.

*Any extra supplies that do not fit into their pencil box will be kept in their personal cubby (which I have already provided).

3rd Grade Supply List:

*Donations: Parents are asked to make a voluntary donation of $20 per student at the beginning of the year to cover class projects and misc supply expenses.

*Please be sure to label all personal supplies with your child’s name in permanent marker (especially those jackets, water bottles, and lunch boxes that love to wander off).


Teachers will buy:

  • Markers/Colored pencils/Pencils
  • Folders/Notebooks (Writing, Reading, Math, Inquiry, Home Folder)
  • Loose college ruled paper
  • Blue/black pens
  • Highlighters
  • Arts/Craft Supplies
  • Project Display Boards, Clay, Cardstock, and other supplies needed for various school projects

Parents should provide: (Bring on the first day of school)

  • A backpack or bag for transporting items to and from school
  • A reusable lunchbox and water bottle. 
  • 2 standard size spiral notebook (Wide-Ruled) – ANY design
  • A 2-pocket folder, ANY design for Unfinished Work Folder
  • Dry Erase Markers & Eraser
  • Earbuds/Headphones

Other Donations: Choose 1-2 according to your last name (bring the first week of school)

Last Name A-H 

  • Black Sharpies
  • 1 box of Band Aids
  • Black Dry Erase Markers

Last Name I-P

  • Sticky Notes- Any size
  • Scotch tape for dispensers
  • Spray cleaner: (Method All Purpose or Meyer) &/or Cleaning Wipes

Last Name: Q-Z

  • Index Cards 3×5
  • Paperclips (large)
  • 1-2 Boxes of Kleenex
  • Hand Sanitizer

*Thank you! Please let me know if you have any trouble getting supplies so I can help you get what you need.

4th & 5th Grade Supply List:

Donations: Parents are asked to make a voluntary donation of $20 per student at the beginning of the year to cover supply expenses.

Teachers will buy:

  • Markers
  • Colored pencils
  • 4 folders per student (math, ELA, PBL, Home/School Connection)
  • Loose college ruled paper
  • Blue/black pens
  • Highlighters
  • Black Sharpies

Parents should provide:

  • Earbuds/headphones
  • Independent Reading book for the beginning of the year

Last Name A-H 

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Large chart paper (ideally Post-it or any self-sticking brands)
  • Clorox or Lysol wet wipes
  • Black Dry Erase Markers

Last Name I-P

  • Sticky Notes- Any size
  • Scotch tape for dispensers
  • Spray cleaner: (Method All Purpose or Meyer)

Last Name: Q-Z

  • Paperclips
  • Cardstock (assorted colors)
You are the expert on your child. Over the course of a school year, you receive lots of information on how your child is performing in school that combine to give you a more complete picture of your child’s academic progress. In addition, to report card grades and class tests, you can use test score reports to better understand your child’s strengths and areas in need of improvement to start a meaningful conversation with your child’s teacher about how to better support learning at home.  You can access your child’s score reports online in the Parent Connect Parent Portal:  https://bridgescharter.vcoe.org/parentconnect/default.htm
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