School Info

On This Page:

Daily Schedule

Quick Date List

School Rules

Dress Code

Emergency Release Plan

Other Information:

Breakfast & Lunch Menus

Parent Handbook

Distance Learning Student/Parent Handbook

Academic Performance (SARC)

School Info

School Support Staff

For a complete list of Muraoka staff, please refer to the 'Staff' page.




Veronica Konkoly      

Associate Principal

Ashley Serrin

School Secretary

Lourdes Garcia

Attendance Health Specialist

Melina Cardenas

School Health Clerk


Betsabeth Careaga and Josefine Larson


Jessica Rivera Piceno and Christine Dang

Language, Speech and Hearing Specialist

Courtney Sciuto, Araceli Flores, and Kristen Eckert

School Counselor



Yolanda Mendez

Computer Support Technician

Carlos Ortiz


Jennifer Creeden and Raquel Lopez


[email protected]

 Library Technology Technician

 Heather Haas

Daily Schedule for Traditional School Start and End Times

School Hours

School begins at 8:15 am. Students should not arrive on campus earlier than 7:45am unless they are participating in the breakfast program or Safety Patrol.


Starting Time -- Ending Time

Friday & Modified Days


8:15am - 2:30pm

8:15am - 1:00pm

1st Grade - 6th Grade

8:15am - 2:45pm

8:15am - 1:15pm

Additional Times

The Breakfast Program runs daily from 7:40-8:10am

AM Open

AM Close

PM Open

PM Close

Side & Front Gate Schedule: Mon-Thurs

Side: 6:00 AM
Front: 7:55 AM

8:15 AM

2:43 PM

Side: 6:30 PM
Front: 3:00 PM

Side & Front Gate Schedule: Fri & Modified Days

Side: 6:00 AM
Front: 7:55 AM

8:15 AM

1:13 PM

Side: 6:30 PM
Front: 1:30 PM

Lunch Times



Kindergarten; K-1 M/M

10:45-11:30 AM

1st Grade

11:00-11:45 AM

2nd Grade; 2-4 M/M

11:15-12:00 PM

3rd Grade

11:30-12:15 PM

4th Grade;

11:45-12:30 PM

5th Grade

12:00-12:45 PM

6th Grade 5-6 M/M

12:15-1:00 PM





9:10- 9:30 AM

1 & 2

9:35-9:55 AM

3 & 4

10:00- 10:20 AM

5 & 6

10:25-10:45 AM

Quick Date List

Note: The full calendar is available in printable form here.

2022 - 2023 School Year

  • First Day of School - Minimum Day

July 20, 2022

  • Labor Day

September 5, 2022

  • Parent Teacher Conferences (Minimum Days)
  • Fall Break

September 15, 2022-September 23, 2022
September 26, 2022-October 10, 2022

  • Veterans Day

November 11, 2022

  • Thanksgiving Holiday

November 21-25, 2022

  • Winter Break

December 19, 2022 - January 9, 2023

  • Martin Luther King Day

January 16, 2023

  • Presidents Holidays

February 17 & 20, 2023

  • Parent Teacher Conferences (Minimum Days)

March 9 - 17, 2023

  • Spring Break

March 20 - 31, 2023

  • Memorial Day

May 29, 2023

  • Last Day of School

June 2, 2023

  •  Muraoka Office Closes for Summer
 June 14, 2023

School Rules

Follow our Momonga Four:
We are always Model Momongas!

All students are expected to adhere to the "Be a Buddy, not a Bully":

  • We will not bully others.
  • We will try to help students who are bullied
  • We will make it a point to include students who are easily left out
  • When we know somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and an adult at home

Behavioral Expectations: In order to foster a safe, supportive learning environment, all students are expected to:

  • Be Safe
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be kind

Follow Lunch Arbor Rules:

  • Remain seated with feet under the table
  • Keep your voices at your tables
  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself
  • Keep food on your tray
  • Raise your hand to be dismissed
  • Leave your area clean

Follow Playground Rules:

  • Be Safe
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Kind
  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourselves
  • Show good sportsmanship
  • Play in designated areas using school playground equipment only
  • Observe game and playground safety rules
  • Throw only playground balls (sand, rocks, and other objects should not even be picked up)
  • Use restrooms properly
  • Stay in the classroom or on school grounds during school hours unless otherwise authorized
  • Follow Dressing for Safety Standards
  • Leave toys (including "game boys," CD players, and other electronic toys), gum, and candy at home
  • Leave skateboards, skates, scooters and rollerblades at home

Dress Code

1. Shoes must be worn at all times. Sandals must have closed toes and heel straps. Thongs or other backless shoes or sandals are not acceptable. Shoes with wheels or made for stunts are not permitted. No High Heels

2. Make-up is inappropriate in the elementary school. Dangling earrings, chains, and keys worn visibly around the neck are unsafe and are not acceptable.

3. Clothing and jewelry shall be free of writing, pictures or other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane and/or sexually suggestive or which advertise or advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice or the use of drugs, tobacco or alcohol.

4. Hats, caps, visors and other head coverings shall not be worn indoors. They may be worn only for the intended purpose of sun-protection. They are not acceptable worn backwards, to the side, or if they are not an effective sun damage deterrent.

5. Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. See-through or fishnet fabrics, halter tops, off-the-shoulder or low cut tops, spaghetti strap tops, bare midriffs and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh are not acceptable.

6. Articles of clothing and accessories, including hats, belts, books, binders, lunch bags, etc. adorned with graffiti or alleging gang affiliations are not acceptable.

7. Hair color (blue, red) and styles that call excessive attention to the individual are inappropriate for elementary school children, and therefore not allowed at Muraoka Elementary.

8. Cell Phones: CVESD BP5131 Students/Conduct - Prohibited student conduct includes, but is not limited to: (#6) Except with prior consent for health reasons, possession or use of electronic signaling devices (Education Code 48901.5) Electronic signaling devices may include, but not be limited to, pagers, beepers, and cellular/digital telephones, iPods, cameras. If cell phones are brought to school, they must remain turned off and kept in back packs during the instructional day and including recess time. Students caught using cell phones or any other electronic devices will have the device/s taken by either the teacher or administrators. Devices will only be returned to the parent.

Furthermore, our school does not allow trading cards, electronics or personal toys (PSP's, balls) brought from home. Valuable items should stay home since the school is not responsible if they get lost, stolen or broken. The school staff reserves the right to make judgments on any article of clothing, mode of dress, or hair style which poses the potential for the disruption of learning and/or compromises a safe and orderly learning environment.

This policy, adopted by the Chula Vista Elementary School District Board of Education on March 7, 1995, describes the dress code expected at Muraoka Elementary School.

Emergency Release Plan

School safety is our number one priority. In case of a school emergency or natural disaster, such as an earthquake, you need to be aware of our school's plan for releasing your child. Instructions for reunification with your child will be communicated to you by the school or District. Please do not take it upon yourself to come to the school based upon media reports, which may be erroneous.

Our concern is for the safe and orderly dismissal of our students. If as many as 400 to 500 parents arrive at our school at approximately the same time to pick up students, your cooperation and patience are essential to our plan.

Parking will be very limited, so be prepared to park away from the school and under the direction of first responders. DO NOT DOUBLE PARK as it may interfere with getting emergency vehicles into our school site.

For the safety of your child, before allowing you to take him/her home, we must document to whom each child is released. When you arrive at school, you will be directed to our "Request Gate/Check in area." A runner will be sent to the student supervision area, and escort your child to the "Release Gate," where you can reunite with your child. In extreme circumstances, a student reunification area may be set up off-campus, and generally in collaboration with emergency responders.

You will be required to sign for the release of your child. This is extremely important as it is our only means of ensuring that all students are accounted for at all times. Be prepared to present a picture identification card if requested. Please do not just take your child from the center without signing for their release. We recognize that you may be worried and want to be reunited with your child as quickly as possible. However, this system has been established to ensure your child's safety.

It is imperative that you keep all information on your child's Emergency Card up-to-date. Your child will only be released to those listed on the card. These procedures should be shared with everyone you list on the Emergency Card so they are familiar with our procedures.

Thank you for your cooperation.