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Pleasant Valley School
2025 Ranchita Canyon Road
San Miguel, CA 93451
(805) 467-3453 phone
(805) 467-2306 fax

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LCFF/LCAP

The 2013–14 budget package replaces the previous K–12 finance system with a new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). For school districts and charter schools, the LCFF creates base, supplemental, ...more

EPA Report

The new revenues generated from Proposition 30, which was passed to enhance education throughout California, are deposited into a newly created state account called the Education Protection Account ...more

ADOPTION BUDGET FOR 2014-2015

NOTICE OF PROVISIONAL APPOINTMENT OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER OF PLEASANT VALLEY JOINT UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a vacancy resulting from a resignation, and filed with the San Luis Obispo County Superintendent of Schools on August 20, 2014, occurred on the governing board of the Pleasant Valley Joint Union Elementary School District.

 

On September 10, 2014, Rebecca New was provisionally appointed to fill the vacancy pursuant to Education Code Section 5091.

This appointment shall remain an effective appointment unless a petition calling for a special election is filed in the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education, 3350 Education Drive, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, within 30 days of the date of the provisional appointment.  Such a petition must be signed by at least the number of registered voters of the district equal to 1 ½ percent of the number of registered voters of the district at the time of the last regular election for governing board members, or 25 registered voters, a petition must be signed by at least five percent of the number of registered voters of the district at the time of the last regular election for governing board members. 

Parent Conference Week is Sept. 29-Oct. 3

Students will be released at 12:30 every day during conference week to allow teachers and parents to meet.  

 

After-school care is available for families that cannot pick up students at 12:30.  Please see Mrs. Ruiz in the office for more information.   Registration forms and pre-payment are required if your child has not participated in the after-school program before.

 

Child care is available for free to parents while they are meeting with teachers.  Please make sure to arrive a few minutes early so you can walk your child out to Rm. 12 and sign them in with Mrs. Gingg.  Please don't forget to sign them out when you are finished with the conference. 

 

Click  HERE for information about how to make your parent/teacher conference the most effective.

Welcome Back Letter from Mrs. Bushong

Dear Pleasant Valley Families,

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you back to school. I am looking forward to an exciting and productive school year.

We want to welcome Amy Oberg back as our 4t ...more

Breakfast Program begins Tuesday, Sept.2

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Donations Needed

The 7th and 8th grade class is seeking shade for their "Island."  As the summer season ends, any gently used outdoor umbrellas would be appreciated.

Now Accepting New Students

Please contact the office for information about inter-district transfers and open enrollment.

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School Calendar

Today: 10/1/14
All Day: Parent Conferences-Dismissal 12:30
4:00 AM No Enrichment Classes

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Staff Directory

Bushong, Lisa
Principal
Campos, Gilbert
Superintendent
Condell, Dusita
Teacher - 1st/2nd
Duke, Terri
Administrative Assistant
Elisarraras, Carrie
Speech Therapist
Ellison, Llaina
Teacher - Kindergarten
Farrell, Brian
Teacher - 7th/8th
Farrell, Suzy
Teacher - 5th/6th
Ferrin, Lynn
Librarian
Garcia, Kathy
Aide
Haggmark, Jennelle
Teacher - 2nd/3rd
Oberg, Amy
Teacher - 4th/5th
Ross, Micaela
Staff
Ruiz, Michelle
Secretary/Bilingual

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Common Core Standards

Educational standards provide guidelines for educators by defining what students should know and be able to do in each grade level. Forty-five states, including California, have adopted the same set ...more