Click the link above to view the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans for Pleasant Valley School District and its Charter Schools.
We have updated the contact information for our District Office and all school sites. Please check your school's website for the new phone number and update your records. The new District Office phone number has changed to 805-389-2100.
The PVSD School Board approved our Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan for fall 2020 at the special board meeting held on July 30, 2020.
The purpose of the Local Plan is to: (1) Outline the special education policies/procedures and services that are offered throughout the SELPA. (2) To assure access to special education and related services for all individuals with exceptional needs residing within the geographic areas served by the plan and (3) To assure compliance with all Federal and State codes and statutes.
The PVSD School Board approved our Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan for fall 2020 at the special board meeting held on July 30, 2020. The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. Over 100 stakeholders representing parents, teachers, staff, and leadership worked together in partnership to prepare this comprehensive plan in line with local, county, state, and federal guidance. This plan is a "living document" which will adapt to changing guidelines and laws as necessary in order to maintain compliance.
Pleasant Valley School District in partnership with the California State Preschool Program (CSPP) is pleased to offer preschool at three locations in the district. Our Program provides the unique opportunity for children to attend preschool on a school campus. Accepting enrollment applications now!
It gives me great honor to present the 2020 PVSD annual report. PVSD’ s vision of Excellence for All is lived every day in our district by our students, teachers, staff, administrators, parents, and community members. The collective responsibility of our community ensures we provide our scholars a world-class education. Included within our report is information about PVSD and our eleven outstanding schools, key performance measures rooted in the goals set in our Strategic Plan, and data for areas we will use to guide future improvement. ~Dr. Ramsey
The Census is a count of every person living in the U.S. every 10 years. The count is mandated by Article 1, Section 2, of the U.S. Constitution to ensure residents in every state receive fair representation and resources. The last day to complete the 2020 Census is October 31, 2020.