In coordination with the Ventura County Public Health Officer, Dr. Robert Levin, and all Ventura County Superintendents, PVSD will extend campus closures through the end of the school year. The decision comes after recommendations from California Governor Gavin Newsom and California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond for schools to continue providing distance learning in lieu of in-class instruction for the remainder of the school year.
Click here for a letter from Mrs. Magana explaining RRS plan on distance learning beginning March 30th.
Do you need assistance navigating the digital platforms, Zoom, Google Classroom, or logging in? Visit our PVSD website for FAQ's, tutorials, and other step-by-step directions. Click here for help.
Lunch and breakfast will be served together: lunch for that day, with breakfast to take home for the following day. Foodservice centers at Las Posas, PVSEA, and Rancho Rosal.
Monday-Friday from 11 am to 1 pm
All children under 18 years of age can pick up a meal.
As the community is aware, PVSD schools may be closed for periods of time due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. In order to ensure that students have the opportunity for enrichment during the closure, we have developed some optional enrichment activities for students.
Week1: TK-5 Enrichment Activities
Week 2: TK-5 Enrichment Activities
Parent Connect is a useful tool! You can fill out important forms, update contact information and emergency contacts, find your child's teacher, schedule, attendance, grades, pay for school lunch and more.