Reading on the Lawn
REMINDER ABOUT LUNCH MONEY
Very important message from Browns Valley Cafeteria...
When dropping off money for your students lunch, it is imperative that we have money (cash or check) put in an envelope and that First and Last name of the student is on the envelope. We always have envelopes in the office if needed. We are currently having a serious problem with money not being credited to accounts because there is not enough information to identify it. If your child is the one dropping off money, please make sure they are aware of the above. Should you have any questions or problems, with your lunch account please contact Tanya Tuck. TTuck@vusd.solanocoe.k2.ca.us
Please contact the front office if you have any additional questions.
Thank you in advance for your help!
2016-17 Registration Information
INFORMATION FROM THE PTO
Dan Banowetz, Director of Facilities for VUSD and Sergeant Dye of the Vacaville Police Dept. announced that the District is researching the possibility of fencing three schools: Browns Valley, Cooper ...more
WALKING SCHOOL BUS DAYS!
In an effort to ease traffic congestion as well as promote student safety and wellness, Browns Valley is partnering with the Solano Transportation Authority's Safe Routes 2 School program to start ...more
Dancing with the Bears!
Browns Valley is proud to promote wellness for our Bears. Tuesdays/Thursdays we have Bear Fit Runners. On Wednesdays we have the Walking School Bus…NOW…on Fridays, we are adding Dancing with the ...more
Flyers from nonprofit groups that provide services, programs, and activities which benefit VUSD students and parents are posted on the Community Bulletin Board. You can view a list of posted flyers by clicking the Bulletin Board List attachment below. You can also view each individual flyer in the Index of Community Bulletin Board Items box below under Elementary Events, Secondary Events, and Parent/Community Resources.
This pre-qualification is for maintenance projects only. For Measure A pre-qualification please go to the Measure A tab on the top right of the page. The Measure A prequalification packet is under the Contractor Info and Bidding tab.
Willis Jepson has been selected as on of 56 middles school nationwide to be added to the 2016 National Forum Schools To WatchTM list. The National Forum considers three criteria: 1) academic excellence, specifically schools that challenge all students to use their minds well; 2) developmental responsiveness, schools that are sensitive to the unique developmental challenges of early adolescence; and 3) social equity, schools that are democratic and fair, providing every student with high-quality teachers, resources, and supports.
Sierra Vista K-8 school still has space available in all grades for the 2016-2017 school year. The school will offer a small school community environment with a focus on academic rigor and higher education after high school.
Sierra Vista K-8 is open to all Vacaville students. VUSD hopes to enroll a minimum of twenty 8th grade students to fill a class.
Sierra Vista K-8 enrollment applications may be downloaded here or picked up at Educational Services Center (ESC) at 401 Nut Tree Rd. All packets should be returned to ESC. Enrollment applications will be date stamped and processed in the order in which they are received until school capacity is met.
Willis Jepson Middle School staff and students will be presented with the Schools To WatchTM Model School award this Wednesday, February 24, 2016. A representative from Congressman Garamendi’s Office will also be presenting the school with a Congressional Commendation in recognition of the rare honor of being named a School To Watch.
State Superintendent Tom Torlakson recently announced that Willis Jepson Middle School is amongst the list of 13 distinguished California schools honored with the 2016 Schools To WatchTM- Taking Center Stage Model School award.
California Schools to Watch™(STW)-Taking Center Stage is a statewide program implemented by several organizations including the California League of Middle Schools (CLMS) and the California Department of Education (CDE). Each year, the program identifies middle schools that are academically excellent, developmentally responsive, socially equitable, and structured for success. The sites selected to be Schools to Watch™-Taking Center Stage Model Schools meet the unique challenges of their student populations and share a strong, ongoing record of student achievement.
Vacaville Unified Board of Education President Shelley Dally praised the middle school saying, “These characteristics are so much more than just a test score, they are what makes students want to go to school and parents feel confident about sending their children there.” Dally went on with praise saying, “Kelley Birch is an exceptional principal with an incredibly hard working dedicated staff, and this recognizes the great work they are doing in all of these areas.”
Willis Jepson Middle School will also be considered for national recognition in coming months.
School To Watch Press Release from California Department of Education: http://www.cde.ca.gov/nr/ne/yr16/yr16rel13.asp
Dollars 4 Scholar$ Update
Every time you shop at Vacaville Commons, turn in your receipts! We have a special place for them in the front office.
Your receipts so far have us in FIRST PLACE!! Keep up the great job of bringing ...more
Kona Ice is scheduled for every Friday through the end of the School Year (weather permitting)
333 Wrentham Drive
Vacaville, CA 95688
Phone 707 453-6205
Fax 707 447-5307
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