Student Services Department
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Parents As Partners ~ Fall 2014
We would like to invite you to our Parents As Partners series. We look forward to seeing you there to provide additional support to your family to ensure your child has every opportunity to succeed in school. We will provide an environment where parents and school staff can interact for the purpose of helping you support your child.
We will provide childcare for children 2 to 12 years of age, a light meal and all the materials needed to participate in the program.
Padres Como Socios ~ Otoño 2014
Queremos invitarlos a nuestros talleres de Padres Como Socios. Esperamos verlos ahí para proveerle apoyo adicional a su familia y asegurarnos que su hijo/a tenga todas las oportunidades para sobresalir en la escuela. Se le proveera un ambiente en el cual padres y personal escolar pueden interactuar para el propósito de apoyar lo a usted apoyar a su hijo/a.
Proveeremos cuidado de niños para niños entre las edades de 2 a 12 años, un bocadillo ligero y todos los materiales necesarios para participar en el programa.
September is Attendance Awareness Month
Pajaro Valley Unified School District’s (PVUSD) mission is helping learners reach their highest potential. In order for learners to reach their highest potential, they must first be in school On Time, All Day, Every Day. PVUSD is partnering with Attendance Works and schools across the nation to promote September as School Attendance Awareness Month. PVUSD’s Child Welfare and Attendance Department (CWA) focuses on student attendance all year. PVUSD has 33 schools educating over 20,000 students.
PVUSD is asking the community to join in ensuring that students are attending school ON TIME, ALL DAY, & EVERY DAY by doing the following:
Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week
During Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week, PVUSD secondary schools joined the national effort to bring awareness to suicide prevention. Students and staff learned warning signs and how to A.C.T. when they see warning signs for being at risk of suicide or self-harm. The acronym A.C.T. stands for: Acknowledge help is needed; Care and tell your friend you care and want to help; and Tell a trusted adult about your concerns. Save a Life - ACT.pdf