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VUSD Community Update #26
Breeze Hill ES (English)
Breeze Hill ES (Español)
Madison MS (English)
Madison MS  (Español)
Monte Vista ES (English)
Monte Vista ES (Español)
RBV HS
Rancho Minerva MS (Oct. 9)

Bell/Zoom Schedules

Alamosa Park ES
Alta Vista HS
Beaumont ES (Classic)
Bobier ES
Breeze Hill ES (Classic)
Breeze Hill ES (Virtual)
Cal. Ave. School
Grapevine ES
Hannalei ES (English)
Hannalei ES (Español)
Lake ES 
Madison MS
MGM HS
Mission Meadows ES
RBV HS
Rancho Minerva MS
Roosevelt MS
VHS
VIDA
Vista Magnet MS (English)
Vista Magnet MS (Español)
Vista Visions Academy

 

2019-20 IMPACT REPORT


The FACE Network collaborates as a team, with community partners, and within schools to engage with families in meaningful ways across our district and in all schools. As of November 30, 2019 we have accomplished the following for this school year:

690 events, meetings, & workshops

14,377 attendees

133 Food Distributions
70 Volunteer Groups
141 discounted computer devices
131 different types of engagement opportunities offered

In 2018-19, the FACE Network accomplished:
2,100 events, meetings, & workshops
46,742 attendees

403 food distributions
399 volunteer groups
172 technology workshop
130
different types of engagement opportunities

QUICK LINKS

Calendario Escolar

CA Dept. of Ed. Assessments page

CA Dept. of Ed. Parent Rights(Ed.Code)

California School Dashboard

Career Technical Education (CTE)

DELAC

DPAC

Instructional & Student Support Services

Lunch Application

Parent Portal

Preschool

Registration

Safety & Environment

School Calendar

School Directory

Summer Resources

VUSD Blueprint

WAVE Crest Cafe(school meals)

WAVEpact (College)

 

PEACHJAR IS YOUR SOURCE FOR INFORMATION!


VUSD utilizes Peachjar to post all district flyers announcing events, meetings, reminders, and more. Click here to register or log-in and see what's new today!

peach jar

PSST WORLD


Is something or someone bothering you at school? Report it!

If it upset you, makes you feel unsafe, or affects safety at school, let us know. This is ananonymous reporting system and is monitored 24 hours/day. Click on the image below to report a concern.

Psst World

READY4K


Ready4K
Developed by educational researchers, Ready4K is a FREE evidence-based text messaging program for parents of children from birth to 3rd grade. Each week, you will receive fun facts and easy tips to boost your child's learning. Ready4K activities build on the things that you already do with your child - like getting your child dressed and meal & bath times - to make boosting your child's learning fast, fun, and easy. Click here to get started today!

CALIFORNIA ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE & PROGRESS


Please read this document for detailed information about the recently released California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) results and learn more about our action plans as we move forward in educating for the greatest success and happiness of our students.

FAMILY WORKSHOP RESOURCES & MORE!


Enjoy browsing through these pages that are full of valuable resources!

Literacy

Academic & Homework Support

College & Career Readiness

OTHER RESOURCES


Parenting: No easy job!

Translation: Practice your English-to-Spanish/Spanish-to-English translations

JOIN PTA!


PTA is California's largest children's advocacy group with the mission to "positively impact the lives of all children and families." Join today and pick your passion area to focus on! More information here.

PTA  California's

PAST TEAM ARTICLE


Congratulations to the entire Family & Community Engagement Network Team on making it into The Vista Press! Thank you Ray Huard for writing such a beautiful article on our very loving team. We are so appreciative to all of our families, staff, district leadership, and the entire community for supporting our efforts and working daily with us in meeting the needs of our families and students. We love you and what we do! Enjoy reading the article here (also here on the district website).

FRIENDS

FAMILY & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT LEADERSHIP


Jacqueline "Kiki" Bispo

Jacqueline "Kiki" Bispo

Family & Community Engagement (FACE) Network Lead

Innovation Department, Vista USD

ESPAÑOL

Para leer este sitio en español, por favor haga clic AQUI o haga clic en el botón llamado "traducción" en la parte inferior de la página.

SCHOOL SITE LIAISONS: CONTACT A LIAISON TODAY FOR ANY QUESTIONS & SUPPORT

* We will help connect you to the appropriate resources & people! Visit our Family Engagement Team site and learn a little about those whose mission is to work for our families and communities!

Alta Vista HS:  Diane Bell-Cerda

Beaumont ES: Paty Vega

Bobier Elementary: Nancy Ramirez

Breeze Hill Elementary:  Areli Perez 

Foothill Oak Elementary: Glenda Garcia

Grapevine Elementary: Leticia Ambriz

Hannalei Elementary: Dalia Hipolito-Martinez (interim)

Madison MS: Vivian Boring

Maryland Elementary: Susi Torrico 

Murray HS: Alma Cacho 

Monte Vista Elementary: Rebecca Smith

Rancho Buena Vista HS: Alma Cacho

Rancho Minerva MS: Lucia Rodriguez

Roosevelt MS: Gabriela Thompson

T.H.E. Leadership Academy: Dina Rodriguez

VAVPA: Jorge Garcia 

Vista HS:  Diane Bell-Cerda

Vista Magnet MS: Alicia Tabares 

District Lead: Jacqueline Bispo

  

ED100: FREE LESSONS & RESOURCES


Ed100 provides free, self-paced online lessons (as short as 5 minutes!) about the history and current state of California's public education system. This is a fabulous resource to both be informed and be inspired to take action. This is for everyone: parents, educators, and community organizers. (BONUS: You can win money for your local PTA!) Join today!

free lessons

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK!


Follow us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on upcoming events, district news & resources, enjoy our fun photos, and more! (Click the logo below or search Vista USD Family & Community Engagement Network.)

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FAMILY ENGAGEMENT TWITTER


WHERE ARE OUR VISITORS FROM??


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This map shows where visitors to our website are checking in from. Enjoy!


OUR COMMUNITY FRIENDS


Check out these local organizations whose everyday focus is to serve our communities' needs. We thank them for their wonderful services!

Boys & Girls Club of Vista

  • Provide a safe place for kids to learn and grow.
  • Tutoring, sports, & arts

Education Enrichment Systems

  • Early Education programs
  • Toddler Center (18 months - 2 years old)
  • Pre-school Programs (3-5 years old)
  • 1/2 day and full-day programs

Vista Chamber of Commerce

  • Networking events
  • Educational workshops
  • City events
  • Promotes Vista business growth and success
  • Community partner for schools

Vista Library

  • Promotes Literacy for all
  • Check out a book, CD, video
  • Provides tutoring services
  • Free classes

TIP: STUDENTS & ATTENDANCE


Students should miss no more than 9 days of school each year to stay engaged, successful and on track to graduation.

Absences can be a sign that a student is losing interest in school, struggling with school work, dealing with a bully or facing some other potentially serious difficulty.Contact the school counselor, administrator, or trusted staff member today if this may be a concern for your child.

Source: www.attendanceworks.org

PARENT INTEREST VOLUNTEER FORM


We care about our parents, and we value your skills and time! Please fill out this BRIEF form if you are interested in dedicating any time (1 hour/month, or 8 per day!!) to volunteering at your child's school.Thank you for your time!

Volunteer

VISTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT


Vision

  • Our Vision in Vista Unified is to be the model of educational excellence and innovation

Mission

  • The purpose of Vista Unified School District is to inspire each and every student to persevere as critical thinking individuals who collaborate to solve real world problems

Values

  • RESPECT: treating all with dignity
  • TRUST: having confidence that every decision focuses on the best interests of students
  • COLLABORATION: working in a collective partnership with clear two-way dialogue that builds relationships among home, school, and the community
  • EQUITY: Ensuring all students have access to schools, resources, and supports to be successful.