Many activities add to the Loma Vista student experience, built into the school day and available as optional opportunities before and after school. The school celebrates many traditions (weekly school-wide assemblies, on-site and off-site enrichment assemblies and field trips, a credentialed Physical Education teacher, a Halloween Parade & Pumpkin Chunkin event, Dr. Seuss' birthday and 5th grade Outdoor Science School camp in the local mountains, and more! The school PTO offers a variety of community-building events. The school's Learning Garden brings each classroom out into nature and provides students with opportunities to learn about where food comes from, how to be good stewards of our earth and even some business lessons. There is something different each year!
YMCA at Loma Vista
There is a YMCA program conveniently located on the Loma Vista Elementary School campus. This is not a Tustin Unified School District program. If you would like information, contact the Loma Vista YMCA at (714) 730-0541, email@example.com or https://www.ymcaoc.org/ymca-child-care-loma-vista/
YMCA Before and Afterschool Child Care Center
At the Loma Vista Family Y, we care for kids! YMCA After School Programs provide a safe, structured, and fun environment for children between the ages of 5 and 12 – right on school campus. YMCA After School meets all of your needs by providing safety, homework support, recreation, and enrichment for your child before and after school. Loma Vista Family YMCA in Santa Ana offers year-round, licensed child care including full-day summer camps and full daycare during school holidays (spring break, winter break, holiday break.)
After School Enrichment Classes
Loma Vista's PTO often arranges for after school enrichment classes. These classes are entirely optional. There is a fee for most classes as they are provided by independent vendors. Classes are scheduled right after school which makes them very convenient!
Check your student's backpack or the weekly Cougar News e-newsletter for registration and payment information. There are usually 3 sessions of after school classes each school year.
What is a Ripple Kid?
A Ripple Kid is a kid who has identified an issue and has taken action to resolve it!
- Find a lunchtime supervisors and let her know you would like to run laps.
- She will hand you a hot pink "Lunch Laps" pass, and you can start running!
- Check in with the lunch supervisor after each lap for a tally mark on your paper pass.
- When you are finished, total the number of laps you completed and have the lunch supervisor initial your pass!
- Submit the pink pass to your teacher so that he/she may add those laps to your total.