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Arroyo Vista Charter School goes to the Hydro Station
A partnership between Chula Vista Elementary School District, Sweetwater Authority and Otay Water District, Hydro Station is a unique learning experience that teaches students about careers and opportunities in the water industry. Each year, 4,500 fifth-grade students visit the Hydro Station, located at the Authority’s award-winning Desalination Facility.
Click here to view video from KSDY-TV, San Diego https://youtu.be/tKHhmgFO3Yo
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.
Click here for flyer: https://www.cvesd.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=412034&pageId=9529644
* 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.
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 perspectives.
Access the login page for the survey by clicking on the 'Related Link' button below.
Use the following School Code (case sensitive) QF26ZT and click the "Take Survey" button.
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:
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. The Board of Education was primed for a critical funding decision in 2014-15, when it announced its commitment to hire full-time VAPA instructors and provide arts instruction during the school day for all students. CVESD made an unprecedented $15 million investment in arts instruction, spread over three
years. This also provided classroom teachers with release time for collaboration. The funding was embedded in the District’s Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). Learn how our LCAP helps meet student needs by clicking the link that follows
National Blue Ribbon School 2016
ARROYO VISTA CHARTER SCHOOL IS NAMED ONE OF THE BEST IN THE NATION
U.S. Secretary of Education, John B. King, Jr., announced today that Arroyo Vista Charter School has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School. Arroyo Vista Charter School is one among 279 public and 50 private schools receiving this honor.
Schools are nominated for the award by the state department of education, and then complete a comprehensive application about school practices. Schools may apply for status as Exemplary High Performing—among the top schools in a state—or Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing—schools making the fastest progress in the their state in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.
Patricia Roth and Mary-Margaret Landers will represent Arroyo Vista Charter School at a two-day awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., to celebrate their hard-won achievements.
For more information about Arroyo Vista Charter School, please contact the school office at (619) 565-9676. For more information about the National Blue Ribbon Schools program, please visit http://nationalblueribbonschools.ed.gov/
WelConnect App for Families on the Move
The WelConnect app connects families to available resources and support programs provided by their school district, their schools, the surrounding community, and the US military.
Local Control and Accountability Plan
The state’s new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) replaced California’s finance system for schools. This means districts like ours will receive additional funding for low-income, English learner, and foster youth.
Common Core Curriculum
Today’s students are preparing to enter a world in which colleges and businesses are demanding more than ever before. To ensure all students are ready for success after high school, the Common Core State Standards establish clear, consistent guidelines for what every student should know and be able to do in math and English language arts from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Our school district has implemented a new Visitor Management system. Volunteers who want to gain access to school sites during school hours will be asked to present a valid CA driver's license or acceptable ID card. Please call the school office if you have any questions about the Visitor Management system.
Our school is participating in a program that will save loads of paper and is convenient for families. Click on the link below to be directed to the 'Peachjar' website where you can view all of our school flyers. Please feel free to give us feedback on this new program.