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Office Contacts

Office Phone: (951) 926-3643

Attendance: (951) 926-3718

Fax: (951) 926-3683

B.A.S.E.S:   (951) 294-6915

Principal:  Kim Mazelin

Assistant Principal:

Destiny Gerber

Welcome

District News

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In Flight Meals

Click here to see what's being served for lunch this month.
 
Click here to learn more about TVUSD's Student Wellness Policy.

FVES Spirit Wear


 

Watch Dogs

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Military Families

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Special Ed

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The FVES Staff is requesting parents to refrain from checking out students from 3:00-3:20 p.m.  It is important for students to be in class during this time, so they can finish their classroom lessons and get their daily homework.  Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

We would like to remind parents that student safety is very important to us at French Valley Elementary School. Each year we re-evaluate our traffic problems and parent concerns. Every effort is made to accommodate students and parents in a timely manner when arriving and leaving school during dismissal time. We ask parents to use caution, patience and courtesy when dropping off and picking up students. Please follow the instructions of our teachers that are doing dismissal duty after school.

Leafing Our Mark with Positive Behavior

Mother Daughter Paint Night


 

 

25 Points                                                               

 

Ryland Van Lant                                             

KaraJane Guminski                                         

Nicholas Cullen                                                

Ryan Cuevas                                                 

Alexas Molina                                                

Jack Caster                                                   

Karina Tiscareno                                           

Katherine Long

Jenavienve Torres

 

50 Points

 

Laney Olsen

Lydia Dejene

Caleigh Nicholls

Abigail Fraitag

Ryan Recinos

Noah Guzman

Emily Clavin

Clavin Nguyen

Jack Cuevas

Keenan Richards

Jaxon Smith

Sophia Delizo

 

75 Points

 

Elena Baliscao

Adrick Brown

Alejandro Mendoza

Kyra Hortman

Isabella Aliipule

Mackenzie Pritchard

Morgan Buckland

Marlee Sterman

Jasmine Magdirila

Aiden Roney

Nora Korsmo

Brooke Larson

 

100 Points

 

Landon Hornung

Michael Crespin

Isabella Velasquez

Saman Zangana

Maximilian Carrero

 

125 Points

 

Lily McReynolds

Samuel Stoddard

Carson Gonzalez

Karen Hoang

Cassidy Drago

Zoey Guzman

 

150 Points

 

Sydney Bailey

 

175 Points

 

Nevaeh Berry

Landon Green

Danielle Zilberstein

 

200 Points

 

Andrew Hsieh 

Matteo Sanchez

 

250 Points

 

Mason Thompson

Devynn Smith

 

350 Points

 

Braden Wong

Simon Berger

Nathalia Guzman

Dannica Larson

Cruz Sanchez

 

550 Points

 

Zander Ankeny

 

700 Points

 

Ava Cuevas

PBIS

What is Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)?

 

PBIS is a research-based, school-wide systems approach to improve school climate and create safer and more effective schools.

 

PBIS IS a process.  PBIS IS NOT a program or curriculum.

 

The process focuses on improving a school's ability to teach expectations and support positive behavior for all students.

 

PBIS provides systems for schools to design, implement, and evaluate effective school-wide, classroom, non-classroom, and student-specific discipline plans.

 

PBIS is a team-based process for data review, data-based problem solving and intervention, ongoing planning, and monitoring of interventions.

 

PBIS implementation includes school-wide procedures and processes intended for:

ALL students, ALL staff and in ALL settings.  This includes individual classrooms and teachers AND non-classroom setting and related staff.

 

The Goal of PBIS:

 

Improve student academic and behavior outcomes.  PBIS is about ensuring all students have access to the most effective and accurately implemented behavioral practices and interventions possible.

 

PBIS provides a framework for achieving these outcomes.  More importantly, PBIS is not a curriculum, but is a decision making framework that guides selection and implementations of the best evidence based behavioral practices for improving behavior outcomes for all students.

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

French Valley Elementary School

YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW!

 

Presale:  $20 until Dec. 22, 2017

$25 after Dec. 22nd

Final orders due by March 23rd, 2018

 

Order online:  http//schoolannual.com

 

1.  Click on the Buy Your Student's Yearbook link at the top of the site.

2.  Enter your school name in the search bar and click the

     Shop The Collection Button to search.

3.  Click on the 2018 Yearbook link or photo.

4.  Select Yearbook to make your purchase and check out.

 

PLEASE PRINT AND SAVE A COPY OF YOUR RECEIPT.

 

Online orders are preferred.  If you need a paper order form, please pick one up in the school office.

 

 

 

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To report bullying, please click on the graphic below

 

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Click here for Watch DOG paperwork

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Healthy Kids Survey

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Volunteer TB Clinic

Required TB Clearance for all Volunteers

All volunteers must have a negative TB test on file prior to volunteering at FVES.

Click here for the 2017 - 2018 TB Flyer

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Please keep collecting those box tops to help us earn

money for our school!

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FVES would like to honor our loved ones serving in the Armed Forces, Fire Department, or Police Department with a Hero Wall. We are accepting photographs (no larger than 5x7) with your child's Name and Teacher on the back. Pictures will be displayed on our Hero Wall inside the office. All pictures will be returned at the end of the school year.