The Pleasant Valley School District will extend the suspension of normal district operations through Friday, May 1st in an effort to support our nation's need to slow the transmission of COVID-19/coronavirus.
The state of California requires that school districts administer physical fitness tests to all 5th, 7th and 9th grade students enrolled in school. PVSD will begin administering these tests in the coming weeks. Please click the Physical Fitness Test letter link above to view the parent letter containing more details.
Dear Pleasant Valley Community: Thank you for your support and patience as we monitor our situation regarding COVID-19. The Pleasant Valley School District will extend the suspension of normal district operations through Friday, May 1st in an effort to support our nation's need to slow the transmission of COVID-19/coronavirus.
Monday, March 30th is the official launch of the PVSD distance learning model. Teachers and administrators have been hard at work preparing for this transition. Please see the official notice for more information.
The Measure C Citizens' Oversight Committee (COC) respectfully submit the annual report to the residents, voters and taxpayers of the Pleasant Valley School District. This report fulfills the requirement that the School District Board of Trustees form an independent COC, and that this committee report to the public on the proper expenditure of bond funds at least once annually. This report covers expenses in the time frame of September 2018 to June 30, 2019.
Pleasant Valley School District is celebrating its 150th anniversary this fall. Our commitment to providing an environment that fosters excellence for all is as steadfast as when settlers founded PVSD in 1868. With a population of around 6300 students, we offer 11 outstanding schools for the children in our community. We are a destination district due to our high academic outcomes, innovative programming, and strong community support.