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Kindness Assembly



Every Friday we show our BEAR pride and wear Vine Hill Spirit wear or BLUE and WHITE.

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School TAX ID Number

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Common Core Report Card Guide


Report Card Guide

Mini Mermaids!



Congratulations to the Mini Mermaids of Vine Hill 2017!  



Welcome to Vine Hill Elementary School

In our student's quest for personal growth and development, social responsibility, knowledge, and life long learning skills, Vine Hill School strives to promote: development of self-esteem and integrity, respect for the environment, appreciation for the world's interrelated cultures and involvement in a rapidly changing and culturally diverse society.



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Book Fair is LOCATED in our Music Room.  




Tuesday - 2:15-4:15 pm

Wednesday - 11:30 -2:30 pm

Thursday - 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Friday - 2:15-4:00 pm

Spring SINGS


3rd Grade Spring Sing

Tuesday, May 23rd

7:00- 8:00pm

Scotts Valley High School Pavilion

Please be there 15 minutes prior to your performance.


4th and 5th Grade Spring Sing and Band Performance

Tuesday, May 23rd

6:00- 6:30pm ~ 4th

6:30- 7:00pm ~ 5th

Scotts Valley High School

Please be there 15 minutes prior to your performance.

We welcome parent support and each year invite you to observe the upcoming grade level.  The goal of classroom observations is to give you a sense about what the program looks like.  We’ve chosen to have the observation days in May so that parents can see what happens on a regular basis, before the end of the school year. 


Please follow these guidelines when visiting classroom:

  1. Sign in at the office. I will meet with everyone before going over to the classrooms.

  2. Plan to spend no more than 10 minutes in each classroom.  This should give you a feel for the curriculum and class culture.

  3. Do not engage the students or teacher, or other adults, in conversation.

We expect to have similar class sizes and may have some combination classrooms. Some teachers will be changing grade levels and we may also have some new staff members.


We do not accept requests for specific teachers.  However we value your input regarding classroom environment.

Please do not bring siblings.  


Thank you for your participation and cooperation.  


1st - 5th Grade

May 23rd

May 26th


10:30 - 12:00

10:30 - 12:00

Kindergarten May 9th  May 11th
  10:30 - 12:10 8:10-9:30

Girl Scouts Take Action!  

Each year, Girl Scouts of all levels come together to earn a Global Action Award.  This award promotes a sisterhood among Girl Scouts by helping girls work together to make a difference on a topic that affects girls all over the world. This years theme is "Increasing Girls' Access to Education."  The Girl Scouts discussed challenges girls face all over the world making it hard for girls to go to school and to finish their education. Topics included how distance, poverty, culture, violence at school, and cost all negatively impact their access to education.

To raise awareness and show appreciation for their school, on Wednesday, 29 March, the Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girl Scouts Troops of Vine Hill Elementary School came together to to conduct a special project. When asked what project does Vine Hill need, Principal Ebert asked if the Girl Scouts could conduct a campus wide clean-up.

Eager to support the school, Girl Scouts from kindergarten to 5th grade conducted a grounds clean-up from outer edges of the school parking lot through to the playground and up in the bushes and tree by the Life Lab. Working together, the Girl Scouts collected enough trash to completely fill a large trash bin!  Their efforts are a part of a global effort which includes 10 million girls in 146 countries working together to make the world a better place.

Thank you Junior Troops 10208 & 10232, Brownie Troop 10232, and Daisy Troop 10249!

A Message From Our Principal

Gold Ribbon.jpgDear Vine Hill Families,


I am so honored to share with you that Vine Hill received a Gold Ribbon Award from the State of California. This award was earned because of our exemplary teaching using the Reading and Writing Workshop model. I want to thank our dedicated teachers and parent community for your support and of course, a big thank you to our students for their hard work and commitment to ongoing learning.


Julie Ebert


Student Calendars

For the 2016/2017 Student Calendar click HERE.

For the 2017/2018 Student Calendar click HERE.  


Rolling School Bus

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Homework Club


When:  Every Thursday - 3-4:30pm

Where:  Mrs. Dettle room – Room 16

Details:  Free tutoring provided by Scotts Valley High School Students

Starting Thursday ~ September 8th

Bring work to do, a snack and a book to read.

OPEN TO ALL 3rd, 4th, 5th Graders



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B = Be Respectful

E = Eager to Learn

A = Always Prepare

R = Responsibility

S = Solve Problems


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