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Do you love working with children?

Do you have a bachelor’s degree and passed the CBEST?

Apply to be a substitute teacher in our district!

For more information, come to

BUSD District Service Center

255 Guthrie Lane, Brentwood

or call Jasmin Perales at 513-6313

and ask for the substitute teacher application packet



"Character Check" Corner


8/18/2017 Winners


Kendall Cabihi

Miya Citero

Logan Estep

Eva Oseguera

Layla Peters

Franz Umali

Kale Wright











Students who reside within district boundaries may apply for enrollment in any school in the district. Applications for Intradistrict Transfer will be accepted during the period of January 11, 2017 through March 1, 2017 for the next school year, or for students entering the district after March 1st, within 5 days of enrollment. If you wish to return to the school from which you were displaced, or if you wish to attend another school for any reason, you must submit an Intradistrict Transfer request.

Applicants who submit an Intradistrict Transfer request no later than 4:00 p.m., March 1, 2017 will be notified on April 1, 2017.  Forms are available at all school sites, and at the District Office beginning on January 11, 2017.  Intradistrict Transfer Forms MUST be returned to any school office, or the District Office, no later than 4:00 p.m., March 1, 2017 to be considered by the April 1st notification date.

Intradistrict Transfer requests on behalf of students who have been displaced from closed schools will be considered.

If space becomes available, Intradistrict Transfers for siblings of students enrolled at these schools for the 2017-2018 school year will be considered.

WELCOME TO LOMA VISTA!  Loma Vista Elementary first opened in August 2000 and is a Pre-School, Transitional Kindergarten through 5th grade school.  Our school is a place where all children are nurtured and guided to be life long learners through supporting and instilling the 4 R's; Respect, Responsibility, Relationships and Resiliency.

Loma Vista is committed to academic excellence and a nurturing environment where students come first.  Creating a safe environment for students to take risks in learning is essential at any school.  The Loma Vista Staff believes in creating positive relationships and communication between teachers, students, parents, and staff.

We hope you will find our website informative.  A variety of resources are available to you; links for students, teachers and parents, newsletters, Parents Club and school events, lunch menus, and the school calendar.  We hope our website improves communication between school and home.

Welcome, Julie Croy, our new principal !!


Upcoming Events

Picture Day -August 18th

Back to  School Social-August 18th @ 5:00PM

Barnes & Noble Book Fair-August 24th



Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017


Teachers at Loma Vista Elementary are doing multiple activities that lead up to the solar eclipse day. We are using all safety procedures to make sure our students are safe.  Loma Vista will be placed on a rainy day schedule during recess time to insure that the students are protected from the sun.  Live streaming of this event will be available in the classrooms.


loop Reminders

Loop Reminders:

  •  Please use the Loop, it is there to ensure the safety of children being dropped off and picked up.
  • Please remind your child where you will be picking them up. K-Loop, Office Loop, or back gate. 
  • Children should not wait in the park unattended for their ride. 
  • The loop is constantly moving; do not park your car. Use a parking spot.
  • Please keep an eye out for students, and always use the crosswalk for pick up or drop off!
  • Students always entire and exit on the right side of the car. 
  • Speed Limit in the parking lot is 5 MPH of less.
  • Please help us set a good example by being positive, courteous and respectful.
  • The middle loop is closed during pick up and drop off, please no parking. This loop is for our pre-school families only.
  • Students should walk to and from the loop , no running.
  • Always use the marked Crosswalks!


Thank you for your support. 




What is Compassion?

Compassion:  sympathy, showing concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others, caring, and having empathy.

What is a school of compassion?  What would that look like?  What would that feel like?  What would that sound like in our school community?  These are the questions that we as a staff have been asking ourselves.  What if we taught our students to be compassionate?  What if we did a better job of modeling it as a school community?

As we look at our community, our country and our world we can see examples of compassion and we can also see a lack of compassion.  Bullying is not only a concern in our schools but our society.  It is more than a bullying issue.  It is an issue of character and hearts.  This year we are embarking on a journey to teach our children compassion.  It does not stop there, you see our students seem to have a good idea of what compassion is, listen and let them teach us all. 


What is Compassion and Empthy?


What is Compassion?



Please click the link below to take our parent survey and rank 15 statements about compassion. Please join us and be a part of the process:

Parent Survey:  



Sunshine House has opened it's preschool at Loma Vista with priority given to Loma Vista families.

This program is unique in that it is open during regular school hours only.

This means that your preschooler will have the same two week break as their siblings...and no tuition for those weeks!

Call Vanessa 925-705-1924


Down syndrome Connection visits Loma Vista

Mrs. Comprelli and Mrs. Bruesewitz class hosted Jennifer and Eli Cooper.  Jennifer and Eli talked to the 3rd grade and Kindergarten classes about Down syndrome. Together they shared their book they coauthored explaining Down’s syndrome "Through Eli eyes". Eli talked about Down syndrome being a part of him but not all of him. Together they shared and asked students what they can do to support their friends. How we are more alike than we are different. Mrs. Comprelli class tried talking with one another with a marshmallow in their mouth. Students got a sense of the frustration of not being understood. The students shared ideas about how to be a friend, and how to help one another. It was great seeing the students compassion and sharing it with one another.

Thank you Jennifer and Eli Cooper !!!




For more information visit: 



Eli shared that he injured his foot and has to wear a boot. He hopes to be walking in a few weeks. 


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your student's ID number


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