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CONVERSATIONS WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT (CWS)

In an effort to remain connected to the sites and have frequent interaction, Dr. Rodriguez holds CWS each Wednesday with different staff during modified day.

Below you will see a link responses of questions from staff that were not able to be addressed within the allocated meeting time - these links do not include all sites visited.


 

PVUSD IMPACTFUL INITIATIVES

Learn about the initiatives currently impacting student achievement:  

INITIATIVES

Aprenda sobre las iniciativas que actualmente impactan el logro estudiantil.  

INICIATIVAS

2021 State of the District

Estado del Distrito 2021

Video

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Access Report here
2021 Access

Vea el Reporte aquí
2021 Spanish

2020 State of the District Report 

pdf file: 

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2020 Reporte del Estado del Distrito

pdf file:

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Video: State of the District

 

Video: Estado del Distrito

 

2019 State of the District 

Informe del Distrito 2019

English:

Spanish: 

2019 STATE OF DISTRICT VIDEO

Short Version (5 min)

Longer Version (39 min)


2018 STATE OF THE DISTRICT INFORME DEL DISTRITO 2018

English

Español

 

2017 State of the District / Informe del Distrito 2017: 

English

Español

Education Audit Report/Informe de Auditoria de Equidad

English:  Equity Audit Cover

Español:Equity Audit Cover Spanish
 

READINESS ROAD MAP / MAPA VIAL DE PREPARACIÓN 

Click on the image to access EEA Road Map

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Haga clic en la imagen para accesar el Mapa Vial 

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Equity Educational Audit Report

The information presented will be used to guide the PVUSD collaborative blueprint process which will be conducted over the next 5 months. The blueprint process will develop a plan to improve systems, practice and policies in PVUSD which will support reaching our goal of all students being college and career ready. 

Click here for the report

la información presentada se usará para guiar el proceso de proyecto colaborativo de PVUSD que se llevará a cabo durante los próximos 5 meses. El proceso de diseño del plan desarrollará un plan para mejorar los sistemas, la práctica y las políticas en PVUSD, lo cual apoyará el logro de nuestro objetivo de que todos los estudiantes estén preparados para la universidad y la carrera.

(enlace es para el reporte en ingles solamente)

 

Welcome to PVUSD

DR. michelle Rodriguez, Superintendent of Schools 

Dr Rodriguez

Dear PVUSD Staff,

Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year!  PVUSD continues to prioritize nurturing relationships and creating meaningful, rich opportunities to grow and learn with students, families and staff. Built on hope and belief in our collective commitment, this year, our theme is Together We LIFT (Learning and Innovation for Transformation) Up!  We believe that every person in our educational ecosystem which includes students, families, staff and community contributes to developing vibrant, confident students on the pathway to fulfilling their individual aspirations. Alongside dedicated staff, community partners and families, we have mobilized and will continue efforts to bridge the gap between our collective vision for the future and the implementation of equitable, culturally and linguistically relevant learning in these upcoming years. Our commitment remains to our expanded definition of student success that includes a focus on the Whole Child, Whole Family and Whole Community while preparing all students for college, career, and life. 

As we begin our systemic transformation efforts this year, you will see many examples of hope and belief embodied in our theme Together We LIFT Up!:

  • Expansion of academic and enrichment opportunities until 6pm for all TK-6th grade students
  • Identification of Community Schools and growth of Family Engagement and Wellness Centers to deepen wraparound supports aligned with Whole Child, Whole Family, Whole Community needs
  • An increase in relevant, meaningful curriculum through Career Technical Education (CTE), Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) and Ethnic Studies
  • Maintenance of additional support staff including social emotional counselors, mental health clinicians, intervention teachers and instructional assistants at TK-1 grade level
  • Development of Learning Hubs at secondary schools
  • Expansion of investment in community partners such as PVPSA, EAOP, Food What?!, Life Lab, El Sistema and Latino Film Institute
  • Investment in all staff around trauma informed instruction and social emotional learning

Our focus on educational equity and support for each and every student will only strengthen. Each PVUSD student will have the necessary resources to ensure their success on a social emotional and academic level. 

Attached, you will find a sheet with meaningful information to help you prepare for the 2022-23 school year. 

We pledge to learn with all stakeholders by actively listening and investing time in you, to innovate and accelerate our students with culturally and linguistically relevant learning linked to their passions, interests and talents, and to transform our system so all of our students are successfully prepared for college, career and life.  Together we will LIFT up!

Dr. Michelle Rodriguez, Superintendent of Schools

En Español

Please feel free to e-mail us at superintendent@pvusd.net or contact the office at 786-2135, and we will gladly assist you.

SUPERINTENDENT OFFICE STAFF - ALWAYS READY TO ASSIST OUR STUDENTS, STAFF AND FAMILIES

From left to right:

Andrea Willy - Grant Writer, andrea_willy@pvusd.net, 786-2323
Eva Renteria - Executive Assistant, eva_renteria@pvusd.net, 786-2135
Alicia G. Jiménez - Public Information Officer, alicia_jimenez@pvusd.net, 786-2114

Office Staff
 

Throughout the pandemic, PVUSD is required to and has followed all guidelines provided to us through both CalOSHA and CDPH.  At this time, both entities require all staff to wear face coverings on PK-12 facilities while indoors and when students are in session regardless of vaccination status.  More information on the revised COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards can be found in Cal/OSHA's Frequently Asked Questions.
A lo largo de la pandemia, PVUSD está obligado a y ha seguido todas las pautas que se nos proporcionan a través de CalOSHA y CDPH.  En este momento, ambas entidades requieren que todo el personal use cubiertas faciales en las instalaciones de PK-12 mientras están en el interior y cuando los estudiantes están en sesión, independientemente del estado de vacunación.  Puede encontrar más información sobre las Normas temporales de emergencia de prevención de COVID-19 revisadas en las Preguntas frecuentes de Cal/OSHA.
March 11 2022: Letter from Dr. Rodriguez Re: Mask Mandate
11 de marzo, 2022: Carta de la Dra. Rodriguez sobre Mandato de Uso de Mascararilla