IVES/GJSHS Weekly Newsletter

Week of February 11 - 15, 2019

February Break--No School February 18-22

GJSHS Basketball Homecoming

Before the game Friday night, we crowned our King, Harlan Savala, and our Prince, Wade Neer. Also participating were Dawson Reed, Rodney Meyer, Colton Lawson, and Andrew Putnam.

GJSHS Homecoming Rally

GJSHS Basketball--Senior Appreciation Night

Friday night we recognized our Senior Basketball players and their parents. Pictured are Rylie Botts, Mackenzie Brown, Tristin Clark, and Colton Lawson.

IVES January PBIS Awards Assembly

IVES Perfect Attendance--January

Madelynn Martin, Sophia Rodriguez, Piper Patterson, Aleah Lehman, Alex Shelters, Zachary Smith, Brooklyn Wilson, Samantha Hamilton, Liam Moore, Adelynn Smith, Carlene Lowery, Eva Morris, Nathan Patterson, Iziah Smith, Zachary Smith, Kooper Clark, and Fortino Sanchez

Happy 100th Day of School!

101 Days of Kindergarten!

Mrs. Marcher's TK and Kindergarten students celebrated 101 days of school!

Possible Name Change for IVES

During the past several weeks as we are working on Measure B projects around campus, we have been designing a new electronic marquee. During the design process, a discussion arose of changing the name of Indian Valley Elementary School back to Greenville Elementary School. We have received staff input, but would like your input as well. Please use this link to a survey to tell us your thoughts: https://goo.gl/forms/uCojPjqXdez54Vcp2. Responses will be accepted through February 12.

Plumas County Behavioral Health Wants Your Input

Good afternoon Community Partners,

We are seeking input on community mental health priorities as part of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) 2018-19 Annual Update community planning process. Please share with clients and families, staff, and interested community stakeholders. We’re gathering survey data through February 15th.

There are multiple ways to complete the survey:

  1. Click on this link to complete the web-based survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P7HBMMX;
  2. visit http://www.countyofplumas.com/DocumentCenter/View/19618, print, and return a completed paper survey;
  3. stakeholders may visit any Wellness Center or the Courthouse Annex to fill out the survey;
  4. or contact me to request delivery by mail.

Please feel free to call or e-mail me should you have any questions.

Thanks very much,

Aimee

Aimee Heaney

MHSA Coordinator

Plumas County Behavioral Health

Driver's Ed

PUSD has a new way for students to complete Driver's Education. Please view the link for more information. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwU2eDjWlrhsWmpFRjBZa0JaMFN0bktiUUFHQkJJdXVaOEZR/view?usp=sharing

SPORTS UPDATES

Staff Feature

This week's staff feature is Mr. Brian Scott. Mr. Scott teaches Spanish at Chester J/S High School in the mornings and then Greenville J/S High School in the afternoons. Not only is he our Spanish teacher, but Mr. Scott is also the academic counselor for GJSHS. Mr. Scott helps students with class schedule changes and also makes sure that students are enrolling in the classes they need for high school graduation. This past week was School Counselor Appreciation Week and we definitely appreciate all that Mr. Scott does for students at GJSHS!

IVES needs BOX TOPS!

Send your Box Tops in with students or drop them by the IVES office. The money we receive from the Box Tops goes right back into the classrooms! Thank you for your assistance!

A Note from Our District Nurse

We Need Your Help

We receive Title I and other federal funding for our school based on the number of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Because of the grant PUSD received to have all of our students receive free breakfast and lunch, many families have not completed the confidential income verification form. This can be done easily through your parent portal or we have forms available in each school office. We use these funds for extra interventions for our students, including a classroom paraprofessional who works directly with students. Thank you for completing the form to help us to secure the additional funding.
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CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS

GJSHS Boosters Club Meeting

Monday, Feb. 11th, 6pm

GJSHS Library

Makin' N' Bakin"

Tuesday, Feb. 12th, 7-9am

GJSHS Culinary Room

Join us for a delicious breakfast at Makin' N' Bakin on Tuesday mornings at 7:00 a.m. Come see the beautiful new kitchen which went through a complete remodel last summer.

GHS Upward Bound Lunch Meeting

Tuesday, Feb. 12th, 12:30pm

GHS Library

GJSHS Friday Night Lunch Meeting--Thursdays!

Thursday, Feb. 14th, 1pm

GJSHS Room 109

Friday Night Live is changing the meeting time to Thursdays at lunch beginning 2/7.

DnD Club Meeting

Friday, Feb. 15th, 3:30-5:30pm

GJSHS Library

GJSHS Winter Sports/First Semester Academic Awards Night

Tuesday, Feb. 26th, 6pm

Cafeteria

IVES Parents' Club Meeting

Monday, March 4th, 6pm

IVES Library

IVES/GJSHS School Site Council Meeting

Tuesday, March 5th, 3pm

IVES Library

The IVES/GJSHS School Site Council meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 3:00 p.m. in the IVES library. The School Site Council is composed of 3 teachers, 1 classified staff member, 4 parents, 1 student, and the principal. All meetings are open to the public.

Below are links to the School Site Council Pages on our websites which include the Single Plan for Student Achievement for each site and the agenda for our next meeting.

https://ives.pcoe.k12.ca.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1469717&type=d&pREC_ID=1623607

https://ghs.pcoe.k12.ca.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1469716&type=d&pREC_ID=1623606

How to Parent Your Kids Without Losing Your Mind

Saturday, March 16th, 8:30am-3pm

204 Fairground Road

Quincy, CA

The 3rd annual High Sierra Parent Conference is March 16, 2019. See attached flyer.


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwU2eDjWlrhsQjR3cWJ5VkhGeGxxelZjMlpyaTlkaUpySGJj

About Us

Indian Valley Elementary School and Greenville Junior/Senior High School are in beautiful western Plumas County. We serve the students of Indian Valley, which includes the communities of Greenville, Crescent Mills, Taylorsville, and Canyon Dam. We are essentially a K-12 school since we are located on one large campus where we share several facilities.