• State and Federal Programs

      
    State and Federal programs are a major component of district and site services. Each program comes with its own program intent, rules, regulations, and exemplary practices.  We administer the following Federal and State programs:
     
    • English Learners
    • Migrant Education
    • Preschool
    • Safe and Drug-Free Schools/TUPE
    • Title 1
    • Private School Support
      • The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), which reauthorized the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), requires the equitable participation of private and non-public school students and teachers in many federal educational programs authorized through the act.  Pleasant Valley School District annually contacts those eligible private schools to arrange consultation to ensure equitable participation of students and teachers, or to sign off on any program or any certification of assurances.   Pleasant Valley School District does not participate in all NCLB programs. Only these programs are offered: Title I – Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged, Title II – Preparing, Training and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals, and Title III – Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students

      State and Federal Program Monitoring

     
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     Every four years, districts in California are subject to a rigorous monitoring review by the California Department of Education. The CDE monitors districts for compliance with the requirements of a variety of State and Federal programs. 
     

    In Pleasant Valley School District the following programs are regularly reviewed:

    Other programs, such as Beginning Teacher Support (BTSA) and Migrant Education in which PVSD partners with other agencies, may also be subject to review.

    Pleasant Valley School District has consistently been found fully compliant at the conclusion of each review cycle.

    For more information on the State and Federal Program Monitoring visit the California Department of Education. For more information about PVSD's State and Federal programs, contact
    Debbie Maki, Director at 805-445-8665.