News & Announcement

Charter News • June 7, 2022

...And within the year each of the students has had many milestones in their social-emotional and academic development, not to mention their height and maturity as a member of their program and of our community as a whole. 

I admire and appreciate each student for the effort they have put into their learning throughout the year, and to each parent for all that you have done to support your student your academic program and teachers, and the Charter as a whole. 

I hope that each of you has a wonderful summer; filled with...

Charter News • May 27, 2022

It is so special to see and hear how the teachers honor their students' achievements in heartfelt and personalized ways. And thank you to Danelle for attending at least a few of these special events in my stead. I can’t wait to see their yearbooks! Each program creates its own yearbook and they are as personal and unique as each of our programs.

Our teachers will be asking for parent/student feedback either through an online survey or via discussions at their parent meetings.  Please take to....

Charter News • May 6, 2022

Thanks to everyone who helped to make Staff Appreciate week special for our teachers. Our teachers and staff continue to amaze me with all the special events that they continue to offer our students. I am deeply appreciative of all that they do. And

Charter News • April 24, 2022

AND… Thank you to all of you who are supporting the Charter by having your students take the CAASPP ELA and Math tests.  As I mentioned in my last email at least 95 percent of all students and student groups must test in English language arts (ELA) and Mathematics.

If we have less than 95% test, Federal law requires...

Charter News  • March 27, 2022

This update includes pertinent information before and after our Spring Break that starts next week, April 4-8, including free at-home antigen tests for all students.

When we get back on April 11, ...

We will begin our CAASPP testing schedule...

Our programs have been enjoying many field excursions recently. None of these trips could happen without...

Charter News • March 11, 2022

Mr. Shiermeyer shared in his message on March 11 that I believe is important to emphasize.
“Across all schools, it is important to remind our students, staff, and families of the importance of the words we use and the impact those words have on others.

He was talking about an incident of racism at the tri-campus. 

While I have not heard of any such racist comments in the Charter programs, I am aware of...

Charter News • February 27, 2022

Happenings: We have had several events at the Quail Hollow Site that are worth mentioning as they show how the students are enjoying themselves, and supporting the efforts of building a school where students can feel a part of a community who cares for each other.

K-8 programs building community: It is so nice to see the benefits of

Charter News • February 6, 2022

This is a longer newsletter with important updates on 
- WASC visit update 
- Summary of results of our Parent and student surveys. 
- A special LCAP presentation with our Superintendent during PAC meeting.
- Our Student Council update
There is also an article from our Counselor, Robin Bates about Transitions.

Our teachers are especially focusing on the standards or skills that we believe to be essential for the students to learn in their given course/academic level.

Charter News  • January 27, 2022

This is a quick reminder that there is no school tomorrow, Friday the 28th, as your teachers will be working together during their Professional Development day.

Next week I will share the results of our Parent and student surveys. I have not had time to compile the information yet but am thankful that so many parents filled it out for us. The teachers have especially appreciated the comments. 

Please continue to communicate with your student’s...

Charter News  • January 9, 2022

Welcome to 2022.  I trust you all had a restful and enjoyable holiday break and that your students are happy to get back to the school environment.

No one expected to have another COVID variant impact our lives and the ease of attending school, but that is what has been given to us.  The new COVID variant is spiking in the county and none of our SLV schools are immune. We want to be vigilant and as proactive as we can, moving forward. We are limiting ...
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