PVSD Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan (School Board Approved 7/30/2020)
PVSD Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan Documents (School Board Approved 7/30/2020)
- Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan (Executive Summary)
- Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan (Full Document)
Dear PVSD Community,
In collaboration with Ventura County Public Health, Ventura County school districts, and in accordance to Gov. Newsom’s guidance, Pleasant Valley School District (PVSD) has decided to begin the school year in a distance-learning format for all students. It is our hope that as conditions improve, we can bring our students back to school.
I humbly present our PVSD Safe Reopening and Recovery Plan for fall 2020. The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. With this in mind, over 100 stakeholders representing parents, teachers, staff, and leadership worked together in partnership to prepare a comprehensive solid plan in line with local, county, state, and federal guidance. As guidance changes, our plan will adapt in order to maintain compliance. In that regard, this is a living document.
We want to stress that our safety, cleaning, and distancing procedures are in place to mitigate, not eliminate risk. By working together to implement the safety measures identified with fidelity, we can all do our part and greatly reduce the risk to our students and staff.
In order to meet the needs of our community, PVSD will offer both a modified traditional model and an entirely online model. For families who prefer to remain in the online model all year, the PVSD Digital Learning Academy, we request families fill out the pre-enrollment form found here by 4:30pm, August 7, 2020.
PVSD continues to work on a plan for student supervision on the days students are on not scheduled for face-toface instruction in the modified traditional model. As plans solidify, we will communicate and add to the reopening plan. Regardless of model, PVSD will continue to provide a high quality education in a supportive environment aligned to ourvision of Excellence for All.
Angelica. M. Ramsey, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools