7.29 Mr. Cecena message

Good Evening Valley Families,This is Principal Ricardo Ceceña calling with some important school updates.First I’d like to announce that Chromebook distribution for Valley families that are in need of a device will be held this Friday, July 31st from 8am -11am at the front of the school. If families have  a chromebooks that was checked out in the Spring, there is no need to check out a new one, you will be able to continue to use this device for virtual learning this school year. Secondly, tomorrow we will be sending  digital copies of the Chromebook Handbook & Parent/ Student Use Agreements for your review. Please be on the lookout for these documents and review them prior to the checkout on Friday.Lastly, I’d like to ask that families hold tight with program/placement requests. With new information changing rapidly and limited space with meeting the needs of all students & families, it’s challenging to keep up with these emails. I respectfully ask that we hold on any requests until we begin our in-person program. We thank you in advance for your support.Thank you for listening and have a great evening!

August 4th call out

Aug-4-Connect-5-Message.pdf Mr. Cecena's message tonight regarding chromebook distribution tomorrow.

Call out 7/27/20

Good Evening Valley Families,This is Principal Ricardo Ceceña calling to welcome everyone to the 2020-2021 school.I ‘d like to take this time to thank all of our Valley families for completing the family commitment forms with selection of their learning options for this school year.  Valley staff has been working diligently in preparation of the start of the school year and we are excited to be launching learning for all Valley student's on Monday, August 3rd! For the start of our school year we will begin with “Virtual Learning” for ALL Valley student's. Both our In-Person and our Virtual Learning options will begin virtually on Monday, August 3rd. Your child’s assigned teacher for this school year will be reaching out to you this week to welcome you to the school year and give families the details of our school start. Below is a list of Important dates and information to assist with our virtual learning opening:Student Class Assignments- Your Child’s assigned teacher will be contacting each family this week.Chromebook Device Distribution- Look for a future Connect 5 message this week from the school regarding the checkout process & distribution of devices for familiesGrab and Go Lunch Service- will begin at the front of the school on Monday, August 3rd for student who participate in our lunch programI look forward to seeing you all soon and I thank you for listening!     Ricardo Ceceña Principal  

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Chromebook User Agreement

VES-Chromebook-Agreement.pdf Here is the form that you can bring with you for our Final Chromebook distribution on Monday August 10th, 4:00-6:00pm.

COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program Emergency Rental Assistance Program Welcome The City of San Diego’s COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program helps individuals and families with low income in the City of San Diego who have lost income due to COVID-19.

FINAL Chromebook Distribution

Final Chromebook distribution will be Monday, August 10th 4:00-6:00 pm.  Families will drive through, turn in their student parent use agreement and receive their device. 

Friday 7.31 Message

A message from VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLGood Evening Valley Families,This is Principal Ricardo Ceceña calling with the school updates for next week.We are eager to welcome all of our student's to our first day of school this Monday, August 3rd virtually. All families should have been contacted by your child’s teacher. If you have not been contacted, please make sure to check your email or voicemail for a message from your child’s teacher. We will be holding another chromebook distribution next week on Wednesday, August 5th from 2pm-4pm. To help speed up the process, it would be helpful if you arrived with a signed copy of the attached Parent & Student Use Agreement form.Beginning on Monday, August 3rd Breakfast and lunch meals  will be served from 11am- 1:00pm at the curb outside of ESS building. Students must be present to pick up meals, parents cannot pick up meals for their children and all students will need to know their PIN#, as usual, to pick up meals. Below is the link to the lunch free and reduced lunch application for the 2020-2021 school year.Free & Reduced Lunch ApplicationThank you for listening  and have a great evening!File attachments:VES Chromebook Agreement.pdf

Getting Started with Your Chromebook

20-21-PUSD-Chromebook-FAQ.pdf This document contains how to get started, how to reset your students password, how to access internet, and a handbook.

School Reopening Plan for Learning, Health and Safety

Introduction On Friday, July 17, Governor Newsom announced clear mandates for how and when California schools can physically reopen. Schools can reopen if the county they are located in is removed from the state’s COVID-19 monitoring list for 14 consecutive days. At this time, San Diego County has been placed on the state monitoring list due to rising cases since early July. As such, the San Diego County Department of Public Health’s latest public health order does not allow for the physical reopening of schools.   Poway Unified School District (PUSD) continues to monitor local public health conditions to ensure our reopening plans are in alignment with county, state, and federal guidelines and recommendations. This plan ensures PUSD is on track to reopen our schools for in-person learning as soon as possible pending health orders.   The following plan:Complies with the measures described in the COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Schools and School-Based Programs issued by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)Incorporates where feasible the guidelines provided in Stronger Together: A Guidebook for the Safe Reopening of California’s Public Schools issued by the California Department of Education (CDE)Will be completed and posted, detailing the actions the school is taking to comply with the CDPH Industry Guidance measures after considering the CDE Guidelines Valley Elementary School Reopening Plan for Learning, Health, and SafetyValley Elementary School Reopening Plan for Learning, Health, and Safety- SPANISH

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