Welcome to Spring Grove School – Home of the Tigers!
Our Mission: Every Spring Grove student will receive an engaging, enriching, and rigorous educational experience using state standards-based curriculum and consistent measures of growth and support to ensure student success.
- COVID Exposure Protocol (English)
- COVID Exposure Protocol (Spanish)
- Short Term Independent Study Contracts click here
- COVID Positive/Quarantine Independent Study Contracts click here
- Requesting classwork when absent click here
New Student Information
- AVID Binder order form for 1st-8th graders
- Suggested Supply list
- Meal charge policy: English – Spanish
- Free and reduced lunch application: English – Spanish – Coming soon!
- Spring Grove Device Code of Conduct (all grades)
- Spring Grove Acceptable Use Policy (TK-2nd grade and new students)
- Device Loan Agreement (6th-8th): English – Spanish
- Device Opt Out (6th-8th): English – Spanish
If your child has a device that can be used at home and school, then you may opt out of this option
- Student/Parent Handbook
Back to School
School starts Thursday, August 11th.
The school office opens Monday, August 1st.
6th grade student/parent orientation Monday, August 8th, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Students will receive their class schedules and pick up their school chromebooks.
Parents will learn about 6th grade science camp — November 1st-4th.
Pizza will be served.
New Tiger Social
Welcome to Spring Grove School! Please join us for an afternoon of family fun for incoming students of all grades.
Wednesday, August 10th, 2022
Spring Grove School Gymnasium
2022 Summer Reading Program
Spring Grove School will be sponsoring the annual Summer Reading Program, “Tiger Summer Reading”. This program is to encourage all students to read for pleasure at home during the summer months. It is a voluntary program, but we invite all students to participate.
2022-2023 School Year Registration
Registration begins on February 7, 2022 in the school office.
- Kindergarten—open to students who will turn 5 years old by September 2, 2022
- Transitional Kindergarten—open to students who will turn 5 years old by February 2, 2023
- Pre-K—open to students who will turn 4 years old by December 2, 2022 (Must be potty trained)
Join the Kindness Club!
You are invited to join the Spring Grove School Kindness Club. Our club will meet once a month after school. Our goal will be to spread LOVE and KINDNESS at SCHOOL, at HOME, and in our COMMUNITY… and WORLD!
- TK-3rd Grade meets from 2:15-3:00 p.m.
- 4th-8th Grade meets from 3:00-3:45 p.m.
Find out more:
i-Ready Reading and Math
Take the i-Ready Challenge for 1st-8th Grade Students
45 minutes of online math and reading lessons every week will help your child academically.
More i-Ready Information for Parents:
15 minutes a day on Footsteps 2 Brilliance will help your child to work towards being a reader!
Please log in to the website below on your computer, ipad, tablet, or cell phone. Your TK-3rd grade child has their super secret code to input.
The goal is for our Spring Grove Tigers to read 15,000,000 words by June 1st. Our students have currently read over 7,000,000 words.
If we reach the goal, Mrs. Bernosky will have a special surprise.
California Distinguished School 2020
North County Joint Union School District (Spring Grove School) has been recognized (once again!) as a California Distinguished School.
Suicide Prevention Awareness
If you or someone you know is suicidal, get help immediately via 911, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or the Crisis Text Line (text “HOME” to 741741). Suicide is preventable. Youth who are contemplating suicide frequently give warning signs. Do not be afraid to ask about suicidal thoughts. Never take warning signs lightly or promise to keep them secret.
Click on the links below to find out about suicide risk factors, warning signs, what to do, and reminders for parents from the NASP (National Association of School Psychologists):
- Preventing Youth Suicide: Tips for Parents and Educators
- Prevención del suicidio juvenil: consejos para padres y educadores
By teaching and reinforcing academic behaviors and higher-level thinking at a young age, AVID Elementary teachers create a ripple effect in later grades. Elementary students develop the academic habits they will need to be successful in middle school, high school, and college, in an age-appropriate and challenging way. Children learn about organization, study skills, communication, and self-advocacy. AVID Elementary students take structured notes and answer and ask high-level questions that go beyond routine answers. Find out more about Spring Grove’s AVID Program.
Orton-Gillingham Trained Teachers
Orton-Gillingham is a highly structured approach that breaks reading and spelling down into smaller skills involving letters and sounds, and then building on these skills over time. It also was the first approach to use multi-sensory teaching strategies to teach reading, which is considered extremely effective for teaching students with dyslexia. Find out more about Spring Grove’s Orton-Gillingham Program.