News & Announcement

Charter News  • September 8, 2019

A big Thank You to all the parents who attended Back to School Night or initial Orientation Meetings to start your student’s year off. ...
olunteerism is a huge aspect of every single one of our programs. We couldn’t do what we do without it!  It is a strong teacher who...

Please read on to learn more about • volunteering, • an article from our Mental Health counselor with ideas to try at home, • various reminders, • as well as what is coming up in our programs.

Charter News • August 25, 2019

We have had a week of school under our belts, the rhythm and routine of the school year is underway, mornings getting off and ready are smoother, and students and teachers alike are gaining excitement for the wonderful learning that is yet to come!  Thank you for supporting your students learning by sending them off well slept, coming to classes on time, with a healthy breakfast and lunch (with protein) to help keep their brains and bodies alert.

Please continue reading to learn about: • special events • our mental health component • VAPA opportunities, • your students CAASPP scores • parking on campus, as well as • highlights from each of our programs.  You will receive my (All) Charter New

Charter News  • August 5, 2018

Welcome to another great school year of learning together!

School begins Monday, August 19, and on behalf of the Charter administration and extended staff, I want to welcome you to a new school year with the SLVUSD Charter programs. Teachers get back to school on August 13 and will have their first week full of Professional Development and preparing their classrooms for the first day of school.

You will soon receive...

Registration Information for the 2019-20 School Year

The first day of school is Monday, August 19th. You will be sent an email or letter notification with instructions on how to complete the Annual Online Registration, which will open August 6th to our continuing/returning student families as well as new families who have completed our pre-enrollment process.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have more than one student attending school in our district, you will receive a separate notification and unique SnapCode for each respective child.

Charter News • June 7, 2019

Another fabulous year has come to a close. I know that each of you holds special memories of the days and months your students shared with their friends and teachers.  Each student made great strides in their academic achievements, each added to their creative explorations, built stronger friendships, and pushed their limits in physical and social-emotional skills.

Charter News • May 27, 2019

I hope that you and your family have enjoyed a fine 3-day weekend; recognizing Memorial Day as a day to remember all who lost their lives while fighting for our country. It was originally known as Decoration Day and began in the years following the Civil War; becoming an official federal holiday in 1971.

Charter News • May 11, 2019

This past week was Teacher Appreciation week.

Each of the Charter teachers is very unique and special as a person and as a teacher who put his/her heart and soul into their profession.  Every day throughout the school year they work with your students to not only learn at their Personal Best but also to be their Personal Best with themselves and with others.

Each and every one of them is dedicated to do their best and to be role models in what we are working to instill in your children.  Each and every one of them shows a strong passion and commitment to their work. They are flexible and responsive to creative ideas and different ways of thinking and doing things.

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Charter News • April 22, 2019

The teachers in our programs continue to offer a dynamic balance of classroom academic content and field experiences to enrich your students’ learning.  Many of the 8th graders from the QHIA program are heading to Ashland Oregon for the Shakespeare festival with students in the CRHS program. This special collaborative event was organized by CRHS lead teacher Kay Mendoza with Amber Walker from the QHIA program in a supporting role.  Next week, students in the Coast Redwood Middle School (CRMS) will be attending their semi-annual four day excursion to Headwaters Outdoor School. And then there was the Earth Day celebration put on by Mountain IS families for the Mountain school classes, and theme-based field trips coming up for Fall Creek, as well as Nature Academy 6th grade students attending Headwaters Outdoor School and the 7-8th grade students heading out to Catalina!

Charter News • March 31, 2019

A week off of school is also a good time to read and discuss a good book together. Reading aloud to or along with your child from a book that is not tied to school work will help them to become not just a ‘school-time reader’ but also to know that there are books that can stir your soul, make you laugh or cry, or just enjoy a simple story together transported away from the daily deeds and screen time distractions. Goodreads has some great lists for various age levels.  For those who may be interested, ...

...Please read on for more information about the CAASPP testing requirements

Charter News • March 17, 2019

We are finally getting a touch of Spring and it certainly feels good. Many of our programs are gearing up for extended field trips, such as to Headwaters Outdoor School, Catalina Islands or Ashland Shakespeare while at the same time working on their many classroom projects and preparing for the annual State testing. There are quite a few special events right around the corner so please read on to learn more.
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