CA Healthy Kids Survey Results!
The purpose of this survey and report is to provide data that would assist schools in:
(1) fostering positive school climates and engagement in learning;
(2) preventing youth health-risk behaviors and other barriers to academic achievement; and
(3) promoting positive youth development, resilience, and well-being.
A thorough understanding of the scope and nature of youth behaviors, attitudes, and learning conditions is essential to guide school improvement efforts and to also develop effective prevention, health, and youth development programs.
Follow this link to see the results for the California Healthy Kids Survey report for Elementary grades:
Follow this link to see the results for the California Healthy Kids Survey report for Secondary grades:
Health Coverage Information
The Student Services Department specializes in serving the needs of students, families and school staffs in the following areas:
Daily Student Attendance
Good daily attendance is a key to student success. The following are key components to maintaining good attendance in the PVUSD:
Processing Student Expulsion Referrals
Pupil Record Archives
The Student Services Department serves as the District archive of student information recorded on the District's Pupil Record Card (PRC). This information goes back to the very beginning of schools enrolling students in the Pajaro Valley.
Families can submit Inter District Forms in the Student Services office. This service assists families in their request to transfer their child to a school outside of the Pajaro Valley Unified School District.
|Officer Rodriguez, Officer Johnson W.P.D.||email@example.com|
|Suzanne Smith, Director of Student Servicesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Elsa L. Silva, TACS, PVUSDemail@example.com|
|TBD , PVPSA||728-6445||761-6011|
|Sony Sanson, COEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Leticia Oropeza, TACS, PVUSDemail@example.com|
|Santa Cruz County Probation||763--8018|
|Asst. Director Special Services||786-2130||728-8107|
|TBD, Migrant Education||786-2385||761-1767|
|Children's Mental Health|
|Children and Family Services||763-8850|
|Mark Holguin, Human Services Department|