At the February 15, 2018 School Board meeting, the board took action to adjust attendance zones due to the expansion and relocation of the Pleasant Valley School of Engineering and Arts (PVSEA) program to 700 Temple Avenue. The current PVSEA and Dos Caminos (DCS) attendance zones were combined to make one larger attendance zone called the First Choice Zone. Students residing in the new First Choice Zone may attend one of the schools within that zone. Adjustments were also made to the middle school zones.
Specifics on these changes can be found here. You can also call the Enrollment/Attendance office at 445-8652 for more information.
PVSD is planning for the 2018-2019 school year. Part of that planning is determining how many students will be enrolled at each school and each grade level. Intent to Return is now available online through Parent Connect. Please complete this electronic information for all of your students. For more information, please visit the Intent to Return page.
The PVSEA Expansion Project is the relocation of Pleasant Valley School of Engineering & Arts (PVSEA) and its students from their current location at 1099 Bedford Drive in Camarillo to Pleasant Valley School District’s 550 and 700 Temple Avenue sites in Camarillo. Click here to learn more!
Online registration for incoming Pleasant Valley School District students is now available. To access information regarding this process, pre-enrollment links, and open enrollment applications for the 2018-2019 school year, please click here to visit our Registration Information page.
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School tour schedules and contact information can be found here:
(Note some schools have specific dates between now and January 30, after that it will be regularly scheduled monthly day – i.e. Second Tuesday of each month at 9:00)
Learn beautiful music and make great friends! Open to singers of all levels from grades first through eighth. This is a wonderful opportunity for District students as there will be several exciting performances this year. For more information regarding this exciting program click here.
The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) has been approved by the Ventura County Office of Education. The LCAP outlines the instructional and financial goals for the Pleasant Valley School District. This plan was written using the input of staff, students, parents, and community members. Please take the the time to review our goals, as well as the plans we have set to reach those goals. Here you will find the full version of the LCAP. The linked LCAP Overview to the right summarizes the content of the full document.
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