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Where is My Neighborhood School In the 2015-16 School Year?


With the closures of three Simi Valley Unified School District elementary schools next year, parents may wonder which school will be their designated neighborhood school for their child to attend in 2015-16? Below is a quick list of which elementary school now serves as the neighborhood school for those closing:

Simi Elementary School: Mountain View Elementary School, 2925 Fletcher Ave., 93065;
805-520-6775. Principal Jennifer Goldman

Justin Elementary School: Park View Elementary School, 1500 Alexander St.,
93065; 805-520-6755. Principal Erin Taggart

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School:

If you live SOUTH of Royal Avenue, your neighborhood school will be
Madera Elementary School, 250 Royal Ave.; 805-520-6740. 
Principal Deborah Palmer.

If you live NORTH of Royal Avenue, your neighborhood school will be
Arroyo Elementary School, 225 Ulysses Ave.; 805-306-4420. 
Principal Aldo Calcagno.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call the Educational
Services department at the Simi Valley Unified School District,
805-306-4500, ext. 4207. We're here to help!

 

 

We want Your Input: LCAP

In 2013, the state of California adopted a new formula to pay for public education called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The LCFF funds school districts based on specific student needs and is designed to allow school districts’ flexibility on how money is spent. 

Part of the LCFF requires school districts to create a three-year plan called The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP, which must be updated each year, outlines the school district’s overall vision for learning and establishes goals for all students and specific subgroups in each of eight state education priorities. Districts must outline specific actions and strategies to be used to achieve these goals. 

The LCAP requires districts to consult with all stakeholders (teachers, principals, employees, students, bargaining units, parents, and community members) as the LCAP is developed and updated. In other words, we need your input!

The link HERE will take you to a very short survey, which will ask for your feedback on how we’ve addressed the goals created in 2014, and also help provided us direction for the next year’s LCAP. Please answer all of the questions as best as possible. Your responses come to us anonymously, so please be honest.

Thank you for your time and your thoughts.

EN ESPAÑOL, MARQUE AQUI.

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AERIES MAINTENANCE
This is a reminder that we do regular maintenance on the Aeries Student Information System every Tuesday evening. This means the Aeries system will be down on Tuesday evenings from approximately 5:00PM-Midnight. These weekly updates are necessary ... Continue
Posted by: SVUSD Admin
Published: 10/8/14

7th Grade Requirement

All students entering, advancing or transferring into 7th grade will need proof of an adolescent whooping cough booster immunization (called “Tdap”) for school in the fall. No seventh graders will be allowed to start school until this documentation has been turned in.

This new school immunization law affects all students in public and private schools.

Pertussis is a very contagious respiratory disease that can be severe and last for months. The immunity received from either early childhood immunization or pertussis disease wears off over time, leaving older students and adults susceptible again to pertussis. Immunization with Tdap can protect students, schools and communities against pertussis

Click HERE for a list of locations.

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