New SRVUSD Volunteer Requirements
SRVUSD is implementing a new system for all adults who wish to volunteer on a school campus or drive/chaperone day and overnight field trips and athletic events. This new Volunteer Management System features a web-based software application that allows the District and all schools to better track and provide the appropriate level of clearance for school volunteers.
ALL adult volunteers will need to go through this new process. The District will NOT be asking parents to incur any of the costs associated with these clearance processes. For more information, and to begin the application process, click here (http://www.srvusd.net/parents/volunteers).
Click and watch
PARENT TUTORIAL VIDEO
before starting the application process.
TK - Students born between September 2nd and December 2nd, 2010 are only eligible for TK
Kindergarten Students - Must be 5 years on or before September 1st, 2015
TK Information Nights:
January 20th 6:30pm Country Club Elementary School - MPR
January 21st 6:30pm Montair Elementary School - MPR
Kindergarten Information Nights:
January 28th 6:30pm John Baldwin Elementary School - MPR
January 29th 6:30pm Quail Run Elementary School - MPR
Online Enrollment will open February 1st
Please visit srvusd.net - enroll your child to complete your online registration
Once online enrollment is completed please bring required documents to Live Oak Elementary School during your enrollment window.
ENROLLMENT HOURS 9:OOAM - 3:00PM - AT THE LIVE OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OFFICE
All current TK students and Sibling enrollment will start, Monday, February 2nd.
All new families to Live Oak, enrollment will start Monday, February 9th. -You can complete your online enrollment anytime, just need to bring in all documents to the Live Oak Office between February 9th - 27th.
ALL ONLINE AND ENROLLMENT FORMS NEED TO BE IN THE LIVE OAK OFFICE BY 3:00PM ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR A LOTTERY IF A LOTTERY IS NEEDED.
Run Club will be cancelled for
December 2014 and
Hour of Code
December 8-14, 2014
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Kindergarten to college-level students participate in activities that allow them to feel successful in the area of programming.
President Obama’s Message:
Tips for girls to get interested:
Morning Drop-Off: Students should be dropped off in front of our classroom. Given our teacher supervision schedule, students should arrive no earlier than 7:45.
We encourage for the safety of the students if you normally approach school from the Tiffany Roberts Field Parking lot, parents should drop off students at the front of the school to avoid walking through the rain. Additionally, our normal bicycle and scooter riders should find an alternative way to get to school.
Afternoon Pick-Up: Carpoolers will be walked to the front gates. Growing Room students will be walked to the check-in area by the blacktop gate. Students who are usually picked up at the blacktop will be waiting outside their classroom door. Please do not encourage your student to seek out an older sibling at his/her classroom. Van pool students will be walked down to the vanpool area by LO staff.
Thank you for your help in keeping students safe and making sure everyone gets home in a timely manner.