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Welcome to Beautiful Indian Valley School!
PTO Monthly Online Meeting- Always the 1st Thursday of the month @ 7pm
- Feb 4: PTO Book Exchange for students - bring used books to school and get to take one home!
- Feb 17-21 President's Day Holiday and Staff Development Day- No School
- March 4 Spring Picture Day
- March 6 Cultural Heritage Festival 4-6pm
- March 26 PTO School Auction (more details soon)
WCSD Instructional Calendar- Including Holidays, Minimum Days and Grading Periods
School Site Council- Next Meeting is February 16th @ 5:30pm
School Site Council (SSC) is a committee of teachers, parents, administrators, and interested community members who work together to develop and monitor the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) for a particular school site. Members of the SSC must align to the state requirements (see link to the right) to ensure balanced representation of stakeholder groups.
The School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) serves as the organizer for an individual school’s improvement process. The SPSA is a plan that establishes the goals for a school’s student achievement, describes the programs, and identifies the funds used by the school to achieve these goals. Each individual school's SPSA is aligned to the district's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). School Site Councils oversee the SPSA and budgets associated within the plan. School Site Council’s support increases student achievement by focusing their work on the development, monitoring, and evaluation of the SPSA.
Indian Valley's SSC has meetings scheduled throughout the year on the following dates. Tentative agenda topics are included.
- Oct. 20, 2021- Review of SPSA
- Nov. 17, 2021- Review/Approval of SPSA
- Jan. 19, 2022- Site Safety Plan
- Feb. 16, 2022- Site Safety Plan
- Mar. 16, 2022- Site/District goals/ LCAP
- Apr. 20, 2022- Review of LCAP
- May 18, 2022- End of Year meeting
Speaking to Your Children About COVID-19
As we continue to learn more about the spread of COVID-19, we know this can be overwhelming to our young children. We would like to share some resources that you can use to help your children better understand the situation. Navigating those conversations can be difficult. Below are some excellent resources to help facilitate these conversations with your children and reduce the level of fear.
County Department of Public Health continues to state that the most important step we can do to slow the spread of COVID-19 is to stay home if you are sick. We want to emphasize that this situation is fluid and is constantly evolving. Please visit our website for the most recent information.