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Dec
17
2019

Nancy Kasee, longtime K-8 teacher, has spent over 27 years in dedicated service to the students and the community.  Most recently she has taught drama at the middle school and the students have produced many amazing performances.  On June 5, 2020, Mrs. Kasee will retire from her service with the San Pasqual Valley Unified School District.  Mrs. Kasee has taught many generations of students here at San Pasqual and served over 25 additional years as a teacher in Los Angeles, CA.  We wish Mrs. Kasee the best of luck in the future and a very happy retirement. 

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Dec
17
2019

Mark Surdyka, longtime English teacher and wrestling coach, has spent over 35 years in dedicated service to the students and the community.  Most recently he has improved scores on the CAASPP English Language Arts test and has coached many champions, both male and female.  On June 5, 2020, Mr. Surdyka will retire from his service with the San Pasqual Valley Unified School District.   Mr. Surdyka has taught and coached many generations of students here at San Pasqual and will leave his mark here as both an English teacher and coach.  We wish Mr. Surdyka the best of luck in the future and a happy retirement. 

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Dec
17
2019

After 13 years of service of preparing food and serving students in the cafeteria, Ms. Loretta Uraine will be retiring from the San Pasqual Valley Unified School District as of December 30, 2019.  We wish Ms. Uraine the best of luck in the future and a very happy retirement.

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Dec
17
2019

Re: Comentario inapropiado en la clase

 

El Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle de San Pasqual aprendió ayer que un maestro hizo un comentario racialmente insensible a un estudiante durante la instrucción en su clase. El Distrito ha realizado las investigaciones apropiadas y ha determinado que el supuesto comentario fue hecho por el maestro. El maestro reconoció el comentario, expresó remordimiento por el comentario, pero el maestro no tenía la intención de ofender al alumno ni a ningún otro alumno y emitirá una disculpa personal a los alumnos y las familias afectadas por el comentario.

La Junta directiva s y yo primero queremos asegurarle a la comunidad, al personal, a los padres y a los estudiantes que el comentario no representa la actitud o la creencia de la Junta, el Superintendente, nuestros empleados o nuestros estudiantes. El comentario no estaba de acuerdo con los altos estándares que esperamos de nuestro personal y nuestros estudiantes en cuanto a asuntos de diversidad cultural y racial en nuestras escuelas y tales comentarios no son tolerados.

Hemos impuesto sanciones apropiadas al máximo permitido por ley para garantizar que no se repita este tipo de comportamiento e iniciamos un entrenamiento adicional de sensibilidad para respaldar esa expectativa. Para aquellos que han realizado consultas sobre las consecuencias impuestas, eso sigue siendo un asunto de personal que es confidencial bajo la ley de control y no podemos responder preguntas específicas sobre el tipo o sustancia de las consecuencias impuestas.

La Junta y yo expresamos nuestras sinceras disculpas por el comentario de nuestro miembro del personal y les aseguramos a todos que tenemos y seguiremos trabajando agresivamente para garantizar que se acepte la diversidad cultural y racial en nuestras escuelas y que los estudiantes y el personal no sean sometidos a actos inapropiados y degradantes comentario cultural o racialmente insensible.

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Dec
17
2019

The San Pasqual Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees and the Superintendent learned that a teacher made a racially insensitive comment to a student during classroom instruction. The District has made appropriate inquiries and determined that the alleged comment was in fact made by the teacher. The teacher acknowledged the comment, but the teacher did not intend to offend the student or any other student and will be issuing a personal apology to the students and families affected by the comment.

 

The Board of Trustees and I first want to assure the community, staff, parents and students that the comment does not represent the attitude or belief of the Board, Superintendent, our employees or our students. The comment was not in keeping with the high standards we expect from our staff and our students as to matters of cultural and racial diversity in our schools and such comments are not tolerated.

 

We have imposed appropriate sanctions to the maximum permissible by law to ensure there is no recurrence of this type of behavior. For those who have made inquiries about the consequences imposed, that remains a personnel matter that is confidential under controlling law and we cannot answer specific questions about the type or substance of consequences imposed.

 

The Board and I express our sincere apology for our staff member’s comment and assure all of you that we have and will continue to work aggressively to ensure that cultural and racial diversity in our schools is embraced and students and staff are not subjected to inappropriate and demeaning cultural or racially insensitive comment.  

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Dec
17
2019

The 2019 Impact Aid Report can be found at the following link:  https://www.spvusd.org/documents/documents/Impact_Aid_Report_19-20__12-6-19.pdf

 

A: Padres o tutores de estudiantes Nativos Americanos 

De:  Rauna Fox, Superintendente

Fecha:  17 de diciembre de 2019

Re:  Reporte de Ayuda de Impacto

 

El 10 de diciembre de 2019, el Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle de San Pasqual, aprobó el Informe de Ayuda de Impacto 2019 para el año escolar 2018-2019.

 

PROPÓSITO DEL INFORME

Este informe es desarrollado por un Comité de Impacto en conjunto que tiene representación del Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle de San Pasqual  y  la tribu indígena Quechan, y deben cumplir con la Política de la Junta 1270 Políticas y procedimientos de la India (IPP).

Este informe proporciona información sobre el logro de los estudiantes nativos americanos en relación con otras poblaciones estudiantiles que son atendidas en el distrito. La Información que  es contenida en este informe, cumple con el Memorando de Entendimiento (MOU) entre el Consejo de Administración del Distrito Escolar Unificado del valle de San Pasqual y la Tribu Indígena Quechan por abordar las áreas de medición que figuran en el MOU.

El informe contiene la siguiente información:

 

Objetivo LCAP #1 –Asistencia

  • Población estudiantil K-12
  • Tasas de asistencia al sitio / distrito de San Pasqual
  • Tasas de ausentismo crónico

 

Objetivo LCAP #2 – Cultura

  • Incidentes de disciplina
  • Tasa de suspensión / incidentes
  • Tasas de expulsión

 

Objetivo LCAP #3 – Académica y Objetivo LCAP #4 – Preparación para la universidad y la carrera

 

  • Datos CAASPP de lengua inglesa
  • Datos CAASPP de Matemáticas
  • Distribución del promedio de calificaciones
  • Retenciones de estudiantes
  • Transferencias de estudiantes a Bill M. Manes
  • Informe de becas
  • Tasas de graduación
  • Informe de Posgrado

 

Información de Educación Especial

 

Ayuda de impacto Información general de presupuesto

 

Becas específicamente para estudiantes nativos americanos

 

Para obtener una copia completa del informe, haga una solicitud en la Oficina del Distrito. También se puede ver en el sitio web del Distrito en SPVUSD.ORG -> Distrito -> Planes.

 

http://www.spvusd.org/documents/documents/Impact_Aid_Report_19-20__12-6-19.pdf

 

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Dec
17
2019

The 2019 Impact Aid Report can be found at the following link:  https://www.spvusd.org/documents/documents/Impact_Aid_Report_19-20__12-6-19.pdf

 

To:  Parents and Guardians of Native American Students

From:  Rauna Fox, Superintendent

Date:  December 17, 2019

Re:  Impact Aid Report

 

On December 10, 2019, the San Pasqual Valley Unified School District took action on the 2019-2020 Joint Impact Aid Report for the 2018-2019 school year. 

PURPOSE OF REPORT

This report is developed by a Joint Impact Committee that has representation from San

Pasqual Valley Unified School District and the Quechan Indian Tribe to be in compliance

with Board Policy 1270 Indian Policies and Procedures (IPP’s).

 

This report provides information on the achievement of Native American students in

relationship to other student populations that are served in the district. Information that is

contained in this report meets the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between San

Pasqual Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees and the Quechan Indian Tribe by

addressing the areas of measurement as listed in the MOU.

 

 

 

 

The report contains the following information:

LCAP Goal #1 –Attendance

  • K - 12 Student Population
  • San Pasqual District/Site Attendance Rates
  • Chronic Absentee Rates

 

LCAP Goal #2 – Culture

  • Discipline Incidents
  • Suspension Rate/Incidents
  • Expulsion Rates

 

LCAP Goal #3 – Academics and LCAP Goal #4 – College and Career Readiness

  • CAASPP Data English Language Arts
  • CAASPP Data Mathematics
  • Grade Point Average Distributions
  • Student Retentions
  • Student Transfers to Bill M. Manes
  • Scholarship Report
  • Graduation Rates
  • Post-Graduation Report

 

Special Education Information

 

Impact Aid General Budget Information

 

Grants Specifically for Native American Students

 

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Dec
10
2019

Warrior Basketball Schedule Change:

Due to finals week and the end of the semester: Today's basketball games against North Valley Christian Academy have been rescheduled for January 15, 2020.

Cambio de horario de baloncesto:

Debido a la semana de examenes finales y al final del semestre: los juegos de baloncesto de hoy contra la Academia Cristiana North Valley se han reprogramado para el 15 de enero de 2020.

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