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May 25th Regular Board of Education Meeting Agenda

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21-22 Dates
DG - Lunar Festivities

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Pen vs PV High Basketball

Peninsula vs. Palos Verdes High Basketball

SS - Science

Eyes on Science at Silver Spur

Mira Cat Apex Leadership Fun Run

APEX Leadership Fun Run at Mira Catalina

RIS - Raiderpalooza

Raiderpalooza at Ridgecrest Intermediate

PVHS Golf Team

PVHS Golf Team

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Educational Partners for All Students

The Peninsula Education Foundation

RIS Pumpkin Chunk

Pumpkin Chunkin at Ridgecrest Intermediate School

PVHS Performing Arts

Performing Arts at Palos Verdes High School

Students holding PEF signs at Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk

Thanks for Supporting PVPUSD Schools

Peninsula Education Foundation

SS - Smiling Faces

Smiling Faces at Silver Spur

Military symbols and family holding hands.

Welcome Military Families

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PVHS Water Polo

PVHS Water Polo

Student Reflections Gallery

Student Reflections Art Gallery

SS - Friends

Silver Spur Friends

Suicide Prevention Training

Helping At-Risk Students

Suicide Prevention Training for Staff

Superintendent's State of the District Report

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May, 2021

Dear Board of Education and PVPUSD Community,

The COVID pandemic has created a massive societal storm that has enveloped all
aspects of our world, including education. As such, it is impossible to fully account
for the damage of a storm until it has subsided. In the field of education and
particularly in the case of the students of PVPUSD, the extent of learning loss,
mental health challenges, and typical learning behaviors will forever be impacted
by this pandemic. While many students have thrived in this remote learning
environment, we must account for and serve those students that have and
continue to be negatively impacted by the past year. For many students and
families, the value of in-person school has been magnified through this pandemic.
Beyond in-person instruction, the societal benefits of in-person teaching, learning
and engagement cannot be understated. To put it simply, most kids greatly
benefit from going to school in ways that are both measurable and immeasurable
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The Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District is working to ensure that the restart of school is safe, includes families and staff in the process, and prioritizes student achievement, high-quality instruction and the health and well-being of all. 
Click here to view the guide.
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PVPUSD Food Services
School Year 2021-2022
The District is pleased to offer FREE MEALS to ALL TK-12 students in the District for the 2021-2022 School Year. Application is not required.
Breakfast will be offered during recess.
Lunch will be served in the cafeteria during lunchtime.
Breakfast will be offered before school. Second chance breakfast will also be available during lunch to be taken home for the following day.
Lunch will be served in the cafeteria during lunchtime.
High School
Breakfast will be available all day.
Lunch will be served in the cafeteria during lunchtime.
All meals include a main entree, milk, and seasonal fruit and vegetable offering. Water and milk will be available for cashless sale.
While applications are not required for these meals, families are still encouraged to apply for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal Program for other household benefits such as discounted testing, summer school, home utilities, and bus passes.
Please visit the Food Services website for more information: > Parents & Students > Lunch Program.
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