Welcome to Cook Elementary!

Hazel Goes Cook logoHazel Goes Cook School is one of 46 schools in the Chula Vista Elementary School District. The school was built in 1955 and underwent extensive renovation in 1999. The campus includes five classroom wings, a library, a multipurpose room, a computer lab, and a portable that houses the YMCA.

Front of Cook Elementary School

Our School Namesake

Portrait of Hazel Goes CookHazel Goes Cook (1884 - 1978) was born on December 14, 1884. Hazel attended and graduated from the prestigious Smith College in Massachusetts- a private women's school. She was a leader in the citrus business in Chula Vista, CA. In 1922, Hazel was elected to serve on the Chula Vista Elementary School District Board and served for 50 years. The district had only one school and 250 students. During her years of service on the board, the district grew to 26 schools with 17,000 students. Hazel supported music, libraries, special education, and gifted programs as well as basic education. She was instrumental in starting the hot lunch program and even landscaped several new schools.

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Facebook: Cook Crusaders

Blog Page: cookcrusaders.wordpress.com

School email address: cookschool@cvesd.org

PTA email address:
cookelementaryschoolpta@gmail.com

Around THE DISTRICT

Associate Principal Mayra Reyes gets tested for COVID-19
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CVESD Safe! Viral Testing Program Serves as Model
Posted on 02/26/2021
Innovative testing and tracing partnership has administered more than 4,500 viral tests and 3,600 antibody tests across our learning community.
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Silver Wing Elementary students are part of an award-winning school.
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Silver Wing, Mueller Charter to be Featured at ‘Best Urban Schools Symposium’
Posted on 02/25/2021
Mueller Charter School and Silver Wing Elementary are being featured at the 2021 America’s Best Urban Schools Symposium
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A Celebration of Black History Month
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A Celebration of Black History Month
Posted on 02/01/2021
Throughout February, a multimedia campaign will give voice to various segments of our learning community about Black History Month.
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Wear Red on February 5 to support women's health and heart month.
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Be Heart Smart, Go Red for Women on Feb. 5!
Posted on 01/29/2021
“Go Red!” on Friday, February 5 to honor heart month and women’s health.
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Vaccine
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Health-Focused Employees Offered COVID-19 Vaccine
Posted on 01/15/2021
Nearly 150 Chula Vista Elementary School District employees have been notified of immediate eligibility to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This effort t
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Kids Enjoying Distance Learning Activity
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CVESD’s 'Station' Experiences Pivoted to Virtual Events after Pandemic
Posted on 12/18/2020
From dissecting a squid to building a solar tower, students in the Chula Vista Elementary School District explore exciting science, technology, engine
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Rhoda Murillo Library Media Technician
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Curbside Book Service Supports Students’ Love of Reading
Posted on 10/16/2020
What’s a school library to do when schools are closed to in-person instruction because of the pandemic?
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Military Family
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CVESD Awarded Nearly $900,000 Grant by Department of Defense Program for Military Dependents
Posted on 10/13/2020
The Chula Vista Elementary School District is excited to announce its recent award of a nearly $900,000 grant from the Department of Defense Education
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'Wellness Champions' Fit to Be Honored
Posted on 09/15/2020
The Board of Education recently recognized its “District Wellness Champions” for 2019-20, which are individuals or schools that have worked diligently
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