A California Distinguished School
A High Achieving Title I School
A California Golden Bell School
Isaiah Shelton Dobine
Isaiah Shelton Dobine
As many of you know on Thursday, October 23, 2014 our school lost Isaiah Shelton Dobine to a tragic auto accident. Words fail to express the sadness we feel for the family as they face this unthinkable loss. Counseling services are available for all students who have been impacted.
You can donate to Isaiah's family by going to the following link:
Welcome to Cabrillo's Webpage. We encourage you to peruse our website and get to know our school better. We have resources for parents and and a very active PTA. Come join the fun! We look forward to a great year in 2014!
Monday - Friday
7:30 - 4:00
Early Start - Late Start schedule begins
Monday, September 8th
7:30 - 7:55 - Breakfast
8:00 - Class begins
11:25 - Class dismissed
9:40 - 10:00 - Breakfast
10:05 - Class begins
1:30 - Class dismissed
*Every Wednesday is an minimum day. Kinder students are all on the Early Start Schedule, students in grades 1-6 are dismissed at 1:00.
Student of the Month Assembly
9:00 - grades 4-6
10:00 - grades 1-3
November 10th and 11th
No School Veteran's Day
Make up Picture Day
November 13th - 21st
Parent Teacher Conferences - Minimum Day Dismissal 1:00
All Kinders Early Start
November 24th - 28th
Please note this calendar is subject to change.
Virtues of the Month
At Cabrillo, we believe enhancing our children's moral intelligence is our best hope for getting kids on the right course to make good choices in their thoughts and actions. As defined by Dr. Michelle Borba in her book, Building Moral Intelligence, "Moral intelligence is the capacity to understand right from wrong; it means to have strong ethical convictions and to act on them so that one behaves in the right and honorable way." Students develop the traits of solid character by using moral intelligence. We focus on seven essential virtues: Empathy, Conscience, Self Control, Respect, Kindness, Tolerance, Fairness.
Just For You
“Respect for intellectual excellence, the restoration of vigor and discipline to our ideas of study, curricula which aim at strengthening intellectual fiber and stretching the power of young minds, personal commitment and responsibility—these are the preconditions of educational recovery in America today; and, I believe, they have always been the preconditions of happiness and sanity for the human race.”
With something to think about . . .