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3/23/17

Watsonville, CA (March 22, 2017) - Pajaro Valley Unified School District is continuing to take action to keep PVUSD students safe when they use online resources such as G Suite for Education from Google. PVUSD will use Gaggle Safety Management for G Suite to further promote student and educator productivity in a safe and controlled environment.

 

Gaggle Safety Management for G Suite combines technology with expert student safety representatives, who review flagged content 24/7 to assure students are safe. The service identifies inappropriate words, phrases and images in Google Drive, Google Docs and more. Flagged content is then reviewed by the student safety representatives who review the questionable and suspicious content. Representatives then apply consistent district-approved policies for positive intervention, alerting school officials if there is an imminent threat to a student.

 

Gaggle Safety Management for G Suite helps districts comply with all U.S. privacy and safety laws, particularly those involving children. These include the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

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3/17/17

Aptos High Theatre Arts Department is pleased to present My Fair Lady starting March 23!  Come and enjoy the talent and creativity our high school students and staff have to offer!  

 

 

 

 

 

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3/16/17

Boletin a la Comunidad, 16 marzo 2017

 

PVUSD is pleased to share the most recent Bulletin to the Community.  We invite you to take a moment to read about the wonderful events for our students and community.  

 

PVUSD se complace en compartir el Boletín más reciente a la Comunidad. Le invitamos a tomar un momento para leer sobre los maravillosos eventos para nuestros estudiantes y la comunidad.

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3/14/17

Inmigracion: Conozca Sus Derechos

 

PVUSD Ed. Services Department is sponsoring a series of immigration informational sessions for local PVUSD families. These sessions will cover the following: know your basic rights, creating a family plan and addressing the emotional/behavioral needs that may arise for our children. Please see the flyer for all details.

 

El departamento de Servicios Educativos del Distrito Unificado del Valle de Pajaro ofrecerá una serie de sesiones informativas acerca de la inmigración para las familias de PVUSD. Estas sesiones compartirán información acerca de conocer sus derechos básicos, crear un plan familiar y atender a las necesidades emocionales o de comportamiento que podrán ocurrir para nuestros hijos. Por favor de ver el volante adjunto para todos los detalles.

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1/26/17

PVUSD adopta resolución en apoyo de estudiantes y familias inmigrantes

 

In light of the current state of concern regarding uncertainty on federal immigration policy, staff members and community members collaborated to create the attached resolution in support of immigrant students and families.  

 

The resolution restates PVUSD's commitment to support DREAM Act students through Resolution #11-12-20 and further outlines the importance of public schools to treat all people with respect and dignity, and that diversity is an asset in our community.  PVUSD will not support federal efforts to create a registry based on any protected characteristics of our students and families and will continue to advocate for their rights.  

  

PVUSD would like to thank staff member Maria Elena Valenzuela from Pajaro Valley High School, Ramiro Medrano from Pajaro Middle School, and Doug Keegan of Immigration Project for their thoughtful collaboration in creating this resolution.  

 

A la luz del estado actual de preocupación por la incertidumbre sobre la política federal de inmigración, los miembros del personal y los miembros de la comunidad colaboraron para crear la resolución adjunta en apoyo de los estudiantes y familias inmigrantes.

 

La resolución reafirma el compromiso de PVUSD de apoyar a los estudiantes de la Ley DREAM mediante la Resolución # 11-12-20 y resalta la importancia de las escuelas públicas para tratar a todas las personas con respeto y dignidad y que la diversidad es una ventaja en nuestra comunidad. PVUSD no apoyará los esfuerzos federales para crear un registro basado en las características protegidas de nuestros estudiantes y familias y continuará abogando por sus derechos.

 

PVUSD agradece a la miembro del personal Maria Elena Valenzuela de la Escuela Preparatoria Pajaro Valley, a Ramiro Medrano de la Escuela Intermedia Pajaro y a Doug Keegan del Proyecto de Inmigración por su colaboración en la creación de esta resolución.

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UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS AND FAMILIES: THE FACTS

ESTUDIANTES Y FAMILIAS INDOCUMENTADAS: LOS HECHOS

The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and the law firm of Fagen Firedman & Fulfrost published a 2-page fact sheet regarding ...more

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The Pajaro Valley Unified School District (Local Educational Agency) has adopted a policy that prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation , or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The policy includes the following: a) A statement that it applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district. b) Requirement that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when safe to do so when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
(Ed. Code (EC) §§ 200, 220, 221.5, 234.1, and 260; Gov. Code (GC) § 11135; Pen. Code (PC) § 422.55; Cal. Code of Regs., Title 5 (5 CCR) §§ 4900, 4902, and 4960)

Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of discrimination should be directed to: 

  • The following person is designated as District Coordinator for Nondiscrimination and Title IX Coordinator – Assistant Superintendent in charge of Human Resources, Ian MacGregor.   Contact information is:  Email – ian_macgregor@pvusd.net Phone – 831 786-2145  
  • District 504 Coordination – Director of Special Education, Heather Gorman.  Contact information is:  Email – Heather_Gorman@pvusd.net.   Phone – 831 786-2130
  • A copy of the district’s Uniform Complaint Policy is available at our website in Board Policy and Regulation 1312.3, (PDF Policy; PDF Regulation)  Nondiscrimination 4030 (PDF Policy) Sexual Harassment Board Policy 4119.11(a) (PDF Policy; PDF Regulation), It is also found in our Parents Rights and Responsibilities Handbook on page 13. (PDF click here)  For the Spanish version, click here
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District Calendar

Today: 3/24/17

SCHOOL CALENDAR

Calendar 2016-17:

WEDNESDAYS: remain as early dismissal days for 2016-17. Exception August 17th and June 7th are regular days

 

NOTE TO ALL:

Last Day of School, Friday June 9th, is an Early Dismissal Day.

 

 

Calendar 2017-18

(Wednesdays remain as early dismissal days for 2017-18. Exceptions: August 16th and June 6th - they are a regular day!)

 

 

 

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