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Corvallis School

14790 Corvallis Street
San Leandro, CA 94579
(510) 317-4900 Fax: (510) 352-2066 


Office Hours: 8:00 - 4:00

Principal: Bryan Dunn-Ruiz

Office Manager: Michelle Fuson

Office Assistant: Victoria Mart-Larsen


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Visitors/Phone Calls/Messages

Visitors are welcome at Corvallis School. Visitors who wish to observe in a child's classroom should contact the teacher in advance of the visit. Be sure to check into the office to obtain a visitor's pass before going to the classroom.

Parents are requested to contact students through the school office. Do not go directly to the classroom. Items such as forgotten lunches, books, or homework should be left in the office. They will be taken to the room.

Because of the number of students at Corvallis, we cannot allow students to use the office to call home for forgotten items such as homework or lunch money. It is also important for parents to give students instructions before school regarding arrangements for appointments or any other changes in daily routines. Such arrangements must also be put in writing for teachers. Unverified phone requests will not be honored. It is difficult to give students messages during the day as it disrupts instruction. If you must call to give your child a message, please call at least fifteen minutes prior to dismissal.

Emergency Cards

An emergency card must be on file in the office for all students attending our school. Please be aware that in case of an emergency, children will ONLY BE RELEASED to the people listed on the emergency card as parents or local contact if parents cannot be reached. It is important to include on the card people you trust to pick up your child and to be sure that all of the information is accurate.

If you change any information during the school year, please inform the office as soon as possible.

Medications at School

medications.jpgCalifornia law (Ed. Code 49423) requires students in need of assistance with prescribed medication during the regular school day to have on file:

1. A written statement from the physician.

2. A written statement from the parent or guardian.

Forms for this purpose can be obtained from the school office.

Care of Books and School Property

Students are expected to take proper care of the books and materials they receive during the school year. Parents will be required to pay for those items lost or damaged.