California School Parent Survey
Please complete the California School Parent Survey (CSPS) so that we
may assess the experiences and views of parents related to school climate,
student achievement, and parent outreach, in comparison to staff and student
Access the login page for the survey by clicking on the 'Related Link' button
Use the following School Code (case sensitive)
PG22RW and click the "Take
What is Safe Routes to School?
The Chula Vista Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program goals are to improve health and safety, decrease traffic congestion and pollution, and make walking and biking safe options. The SRTS Program includes 5 E’s: Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Engineering, and Evaluation.
Opt-In to Receive Text Alerts from the School and/or District
The District's notification system School Messenger sends messages via email and automated telephone calls regarding events, school closings, safety alerts, and more. In addition, you can also subscribe to receive SMS alerts (text messages). To opt-in to the service, text a “Y" or "Yes” to 67587.
• You were successful if you receive the following SMS response: “You are registered to receive aprox. 3 msgs/mo. Txt STOP to quit, HELP for help.”
• You can unsubscribe at any time. Text the word, stop, to 67587.
• NOTE: Although the District does not charge you for this service, it does not pay for text message charges that may be incurred by you for sending or receiving text messages. Check with your wireless carrier for possible charges
Arts Revival is Boosted by New Funding Formula
CVESD worked collaboratively with arts organizations in development of the District’s Visual and Performing Arts strategic plan.The strategic plan positioned the District well for significant changes in public education: California’s new funding formula for schools, and new state standards.
Technology Initiative: Ensure Every Student in Grades 3-6 Has Own Tech Device
As part of the District’s one-to-one technology initiative, more than $3.5 million was allocated to purchase and distribute Lenovo devices so that by 2017-18 all students in grades 3-6 will have their own device to integrate technology throughout the school day. This year alone, $1.4 million was allocated toward technology through our Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). In addition, $460,666 was allocated to hire additional Technology Equipment Technicians to support each District school with infrastructure, wireless, hardware, and software needs. Learn more about how our LCAP helps meet student needs by clicking the link that follows: