Parent Night Overview 1. State of the District 2. Please submit your opinions on what the District should improve as we move into the 2021-2022 school year. 3. Campus Hours: 7:45 AM-12:30 PM 4. Classes Begin at 8:10 AM in Distance Learning and In-Person 5. Tardies will be taken and processed in in-person instruction. 6. Map for Pickup/Dropoff 7. Send water bottle with student name on it. 8. Masks available at school--if needed, 9. Keep personal sanitizer at home; we provide fragrance free. 10. No sharing water bottles among students. 11. COVID-19 testing for Red Tier is for symptomatic and on an interval of every 2-weeks for asymptomatic persons. To achieve the Orange Tier removes the asymptomatic testing requirement. INSTRUCTIONAL 1. Hybrid: Zoom will be use to broadcast class to Distance Learning Students. 2. Bathrooms will be cleaned on a more frequent schedule, including after major uses during breaks. 3. AVS did not purchase plexiglass dividers as regulatory agencies moved away from this safety measure in favor of mask wearing. 4. After Dismissal from in-person instruction, afternoon will be dedicated to asynchronous work (Independent work). Thank you all! 55 staff and community members joined us for this meeting. We appreciate all of you! Thank you , Admin Team
Alta Vista Parents! We are opening for K-2 on March 29, 2021 and the following map will assist in communicating our expectations for drop off for our hybrid learning model. Drop off available on Crabtree and Doyle Avenues from 7:45 AM until 8:10 AM, when class begins. Student pick up will begin at 11:45 AM on Doyle Avenue Only! Lunch pick up will be available from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM on Crabtree only (in front of Cafeteria). Walkers will be dismissed as soon as they pick up lunch. Please notify us or send a note with your walking students so we can easily identify them.
Parent Night - March (Noche De Los Padres - Marzo) Time: Mar 25, 2021 05:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting - La Junta para Zoom https://zoom.us/j/94060393519?pwd=SG54eGd0RU51QjMrdVV3LzF3alFPQT09 Meeting ID: 940 6039 3519 Passcode: RxH2Pm By Phone - Por Telefono +16699009128 Meeting ID: 940 6039 3519 Passcode: 825559
March 22, 2021 Dear Alta Vista Learning Community, I hope you are all doing well, and ready for our return to near normal operations. The road to reopening has been difficult, and the conditions are constantly changing as the state modifies its requirements on a weekly if not daily basis. All around us, the state is returning to pre-Covid-19 conditions with restaurants, health clubs, movie houses, and much more reopening to public access. Here in Tulare County, we entered the red tier as of last Wednesday and it is time to return to a hybrid model, which means students will attend half day and work online from home in the afternoon. Entering into the red tier essentially means that we can open our school utilizing the face to face learning model. This is fantastic news for our students and families, but it means that we need to accelerate our return schedule. It is most important that we return to face to face in all grades within three weeks of the county declaring the red tier. The purpose of this is to allow us to remain open if we return back to the purple tier, which would mean we could not open classes that were not open during the three week period. In the current conditions, we are looking at opening up on K-2 on March 29, 2021 with the grades 3-8 returning April 6, 2021 to a Hybrid face to face configuration that will offer face to face in the morning, and asynchronous activities in the afternoon. We will continue to operate with a 6 foot separation between students for safety purposes. All students must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Those of you who expressed interest in returning face to face on the survey will be placed first in the classrooms. In the meantime, please monitor the district website, which is www.altavistesd.org for more updates, and please be prepared to receive information via phone messages. Of course we are available to help you in any way possible. Our goal is to set the stage for a smooth transition back to the classroom. Looking forward to seeing you all again. Robert M. Hudson Ed.D. Superintendent
Alta Vista School will be on spring break starting Monday March 15th through Friday March 19. Classes resume on Monday March 22nd. Have a great spring break!
Congratulations to Mrs. Monroe for her continued dedication to in person instruction at Alta Vista Elementary! We appreciate your service to our students and community.
Congratulations to Mrs. Wilson for her continued dedication to in person instruction at Alta Vista Elementary! We appreciate your service to our students and community.
Congratulations to Ms. Camargo for her continued dedication to in person instruction at Alta Vista Elementary! We appreciate your service to our students and community.
Congratulations to Mrs. Alfaro for her continued dedication to in person instruction at Alta Vista Elementary! We appreciate your service to our students and community.
Congratulations to Mrs. Lara for her continued dedication to in person instruction at Alta Vista Elementary! We appreciate your service to our students and community.
Congratulations to Mrs. Ochoa for her continued dedication to in person instruction at Alta Vista Elementary! We appreciate your service to our students and community.
Preschool/TK/Kindergarten Registration Tuesday March 9th and Wednesday March 10th 9:00 – 11:30 am and 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursday March 11th 9:00 – 11:30 am and 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ALTA VISTA SCHOOL – PRESCHOOL BUILDING More info found on the school website: www.altavistaesd.org
P-EBT FOOD BENEFITS MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CHILDREN. UPDATE YOUR ADDRESS WITH YOUR SCHOOL TODAY! The California Department of Social Services, in collaboration with the California Department of Education is administering the federal P-EBT program in response to COVID-19 related school closures. P-EBT provides food benefits to help families with children who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals through the federal School Breakfast or National School Lunch Programs. The State of California wants to help your child get these food benefits. Using P-EBT will not hurt your immigration status. Using P-EBT does not create a public charge. Update your address with your school today! For more information, visit: https://www.cdss.ca.gov/home/pandemic-ebt
Alta Vista Parent Reopening Survey: April 1, 2021 Reopen. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeUFnIcFeq6JQIcFfIyB7fV7qC1q2XCeT9eTx0qTufzWs1ECw/viewform?usp=sf_link Please tell us what you think!
Parent Night February Wednesday, February 17⋅5:30 – 6:30pm Description:https://zoom.us/j/97317939113?pwd=Q2ZmRDlFZjhydFRWSCtUSk1MdmJJdz09 Meeting ID: 973 1793 9113 Passcode: P0T3rU One tap mobile +16699009128 Meeting ID: 973 1793 9113 Passcode: 656486 February Parent Night AGENDA 1. Current News 2. Re-opening Expectations 3. Plans to Address Learning Loss 4. Questions 5. Comments
No School - Lincoln's Birthday Alta Vista School will be closed in observance of Lincoln's Birthday on Friday February 12th. Classes will resume on Tuesday February 16th.
No School - Presidents' Day Holiday Alta Vista School will be closed in observance of Presidents' Day Holiday on Monday February 15th. Classes will resume on Tuesday February 16th.
Beginning 02/01/2021 Alta Vista will be serving Lunch on the Go! from 11:30 - 12:30pm
The Department of Industrial Relations’ (DIR) Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board unanimously adopted emergency temporary standards to protect workers from hazards related to COVID-19. You can find the approved plan for Alta Vista School Approved on 1/20/21 on the school website www.altavistaesd.org
Alta Vista School will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday January 18th. Classes will resume on Tuesday January 19th.