"This is an exciting time for our staff and students. Our students are meeting the challenge of our state standards and we are all very proud of their accomplishments."

-Mary Lou Padilla, Principal

Current Events

This year we participated in many fun and exciting activities. All of our students pledged to be Drug Free! We celebrated with a week full of dress up activities that included Sports Day, Wear Red, Cap Day, Superhero Day, and Say Boo To Drugs Costume Day. We also had fun activities like poster and door decorating contests.

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Red Ribbon Week

2017

This year we participated in many fun and exciting activities. All of our students pledged to be Drug Free! We celebrated with a week full of dress up activities that included Sports Day, Wear Red, Cap Day, Superhero Day, and Say Boo To Drugs Costume Day. We also had fun activities like poster and door decorating contests.

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Coffee with the Principal

On Wednesday morning, fifteen parents joined Mrs. Padilla for coffee and sweet bread. During this informal setting, future events, general concerns and positive accomplishments were shared. Math games of Subitizing for K-2 and Multiplication for 3-6 were taught to the parents by the principal. Parents enjoyed playing these games with each other while they learned how these math concepts can be shared with their children at home.

On Wednesday morning, fifteen parents joined Mrs. Padilla for coffee and sweet bread. During this informal setting, future events, general concerns and positive accomplishments were shared. Math games of Subitizing for K-2 and Multiplication for 3-6 were taught to the parents by the principal. Parents enjoyed playing these games with each other while they learned how these math concepts can be shared with their children at home.

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Red Cross Event

On Monday, September 18th, John Kelley students Omar Perez, Maycon Velasquez, Giselle Valencia, Nohely Angel-Segoviano, Rosario Ibarra and Judith Perez represented the school's student body as they presented Mr. Brian Daly and Linda Cott from the American Red Cross with $556.00 dollars. John Kelley Blazers participated in a coin drive to raise funds to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. This is a testament to the care and compassion of our students for those who lost their homes, personal belongings and security. Our Blazers were happy to help with the relief effort for those affected in Texas.

On Monday, September 18th, John Kelley students Omar Perez, Maycon Velasquez, Giselle Valencia, Nohely Angel-Segoviano, Rosario Ibarra and Judith Perez represented the school's student body as they presented Mr. Brian Daly and Linda Cott from the American Red Cross with $556.00 dollars. John Kelley Blazers participated in a coin drive to raise funds to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. This is a testament to the care and compassion of our students for those who lost their homes, personal belongings and security. Our Blazers were happy to help with the relief effort for those affected in Texas.

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CVUSD News

Academic Awards Night

Each Spring, students across California take a State Test. It is a difficult test and students prepare all year long to achieve academic success. At Coral Mountain Academy, students that "Met Standard" or Exceeded Standard" were recognized for their efforts.

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Flying Doctors

The Flying Doctors & CV Medical Volunteers host the Free Health Fair forFamilies without insurance. They provide free medical services such as; mammograms, Chiropractic services, physical therapy, dental and vision &hearing services.

The Flying Doctors & CV Medical Volunteers host the Free Health Fair forFamilies without insurance. They provide free medical services such as; mammograms, Chiropractic services, physical therapy, dental and vision &hearing services. It is an annual event held at Desert Mirage High School.It is a year long effort to bring all these services and more coordinated by Lucy Moreno & Principal McLeod.
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Coffee with the Principal

On Thursday, September 14th we held an event giving members of the community the opportunity to speak with the principal about issues impacting the school. This time was used to have a conversation about what it means to have a positive school culture.

On Thursday, September 14th we held an event giving members of the community the opportunity to speak with the principal about issues impacting the school. This time was used to have a conversation about what it means to have a positive school culture. This sparked great conversation and it allowed parents to share some of their concerns. We shared with them our SPSA and Action plan goal as it relates to school culture. They made observations on what is working, what is not, and what needs our attention.

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Back to School Night VDS

Valle del Sol Elementary School held their Back to School Night on Thursday, August 31 and it was well attended by numerous members of the VDS community. The parents first met the VDS staff in the cafeteria and then proceeded to the teachers' classrooms where they became familiar with the academic and behavioral expectations for the students.

Valle del Sol Elementary School held their Back to School Night on Thursday, August 31 and it was well attended by numerous members of the VDS community. The parents first met the VDS staff in the cafeteria and then proceeded to the teachers' classrooms where they became familiar with the academic and behavioral expectations for the students. The parents also had the opportunity to receive information about the Migrant Program, Adult School, Nutritional Services, and VDS Parent Center at booths that were set up in the Quad. It was a great event to start the school year as we prepare our students for college, career, and citizenship.

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Back to School Night TCMS

Toro Canyon Middle School held its Back to School Night. Over 300 families were in attendance. The evening began with a presentation from Principal Charlie Housewright on the power of family relationships in learning. Toro Canyon is a home for the students of the community where care and love go hand-in-hand with learning.

Toro Canyon Middle School held its Back to School Night. Over 300 families were in attendance. The evening began with a presentation from Principal Charlie Housewright on the power of family relationships in learning. Toro Canyon is a home for the students of the community where care and love go hand-in-hand with learning. Academic goals in Literacy and math Computational skills were explained. After parents took a survey of community needs and made nominations for School Site Council and English Learner Advisory Committee, parents went from class to class using a period schedule to listen to teachers talk about their classes.

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