Monday message 10.29.2018

Hello SCVi Families!

If you haven’t already completed the quick Household Data Collection (HDC) form this year (after July 1), please support SCVi and take a quick minute to complete it today!

Families meeting income qualifications for free or reduced lunch under the National School Lunch Program help SCVi qualify for additional funding to support important school programs.

By October 31:

  1.     Click here to sign in.
  2.     For each learner, click the “Household Data Collection” button at the bottom left
  3.     Complete & sign the simple form
  4.     Parent help doc

If you have questions, please email or call 661-705-4820.

Thank you so much for your continued support of Santa Clarita Valley International Charter School.

All information provided is completely confidential.

Upcoming Events

calendar, post-it notes

Tue., 12/12: SCVi Virtual Info Session, 6 PM. RSVP

Fri., 12/15: Fall Semester Ends

Mon., 12/18-Mon., 1/8: Winter Break

Mon., 1/8: Staff Professional Learning

Tues., 1/9: Spring Semester Begins

Fri., 1/19: Reports of Progress Sent Home

Mon., 1/15: MLKJ Day of Service

Thur., 1/25: Minimum Day All Grades

Thur.-Fri., 1/25-26: Learner-Led Conferences

Click here for the academic calendar.

Campus tours are available by appointment. RSVP here.

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