New SRVUSD Volunteer Requirements
SRVUSD is implementing a new system for all adults who wish to volunteer on a school campus or drive/chaperone day and overnight field trips and athletic events. This new Volunteer Management System features a web-based software application that allows the District and all schools to better track and provide the appropriate level of clearance for school volunteers.
ALL adult volunteers will need to go through this new process. The District will NOT be asking parents to incur any of the costs associated with these clearance processes. For more information, and to begin the application process, click here.
Click and watch
PARENT TUTORIAL VIDEO
before starting the application process.
TK & Kinder Enrollment - Enrollment website opens February 1st. www.srvusd.net
TK - If your child turns five years of age between September 2 - December 2, 2015, you may only enroll in the TK program.
Kinder - Children who turn five years of age on or before September 1, 2015 are eligible to enroll in Kindergarten only.
Sibling Enrollment Window - Feb 2nd - 29th - Please complete your enrollment through the parent portal "add student" - located in your inbox.
Non Sibling Window - February 8th - 29th
Enrollment Hours 8:30am - 3:00pm
Please complete your enrollment on-line, and then bring all documents into the Live Oak office during your enrollment windows. In order to start your enrollment process you must have the following: Proof of Residency & Birth Certificate or Passport.
You are not considered enrolled until you complete the on-line enrollment process AND bring your documents into the Live Oak office. You must complete both of these steps by Friday, February 29th.
Students should be in attendance through the last day of school, June 9, 2016, to maintain their enrollment status at their current school. Independent study contracts will not be issued the last 10 days of school. All independent study contract work must be finished and submitted by May 25, 2016 in order for work to be graded and attendance to be recorded.
If your child must leave school earlier than 10 school days (May 25) before the last day of school and does not return before the end of the school year, your child may be subject to the following consequences:
Incomplete or lowered final grades
Review by school/district attendance review board
Unenrolled and placed on the waitlist upon re-enrollment, if space is not available.
If your student is unenrolled, there may not be a space at the current school for your student to return in the fall. In this case your student may have to be diverted to another elementary school in the district. Middle and High school students may not be able to access their elective choices if they reenroll upon their return.
In accordance with California Education Codes 48205 and 48260, and District Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 5113, any student who misses 3 or more school days without a valid excuse, as defined by AR 5113, shall be reported as truant to the District attendance supervisor.
As you plan your summer vacation, be aware that school begins on Monday, August 15, 2016
Because our district is growing, schools are very full and many continue to have wait lists.
As in the past, if your child does not attend the first three days of school, your student will be dropped from the school on Thursday, August 18, 2016
In that event, you will need to re-enroll your student. A space at your resident school will not be held for your child. If there is not space at your resident school when you return, your child will be placed at the closest school based on space availability.
Words Matter courtesy of Mrs. Wright and Ms. Pult -- Class Buddies
"More Meaningful Sentences"
“You are important.”
You are a precious gem to me.
You mean a lot to me.
You are very meaningful in my life.
You are a special person in this world.
“You are a good friend.”
You are helpful when I need you.
You are a good friend because you play with me when I’m alone.
“You are nice.”
You care about me and my feelings.
You always illuminate my day by being optimistic.
You brighten up my day.
You have a warm heart and go out of your way to help people.
I like how you thought things through.
Wow! I never thought of that!
“You are smart.”
You think out of the box.
By putting your heart into your work, you have been more intelligent.
You are smart because you study hard, and when you don’t get something, you ask for help.
A “Words Matter” slogan for the week:
What you say can make someone’s day!
Don’t let bullies change you, but let yourself change bullies.
Words can hurt and words can heal.