Three Reasons You Should Follow PVSD's Social Media!
Dear PVSD Students, Staff and Parents,
I hope that you and your family had a fantastic January! I would like to invite you to take a moment and follow our district social media feeds. Staying in touch with us on social media will keep you in the loop on the amazing things we are accomplishing together. Social media may also be a critical line of communication during emergencies and will be a great place for you to get up to date information.
1. Knowledge - Learn about what makes our community, our schools, district programs, students, teachers, district staff, families, and the future so amazing! You may also obtain information about activities, events, and important dates.
2. Stay Connected - Keep up-to-date with what is going on at your child’s school and the district as a whole. Participate in the shared experience of our social media community. Like, share, comment on topics that inspire you! Research indicates that involved families results in successful students!
3. Emergency Communication - During emergencies district and school social media feeds may be a critical line of communication with our community. When we respond to a school-wide or district-wide emergency, one of the first lines of communication to be updated may be social media.
Just visit the links below and like and follow to stay in touch!
SchoolMessenger: parents and guardians of PVSD students will receive email, text, and voicemail notifications in emergencies
Sign up for the District newsletter by texting your email address.Text PORTOLAVALLEYSD to 22828 to get started.
You're invited to my upcoming Superintendent's Coffees:
Monday February 3 at 8:30-9:30 at Ormondale (Room 10)
Wednesday, February 5 at 8:00 - 9:00 at Corte Madera (Room 102)
This will be an informal opportunity for us to chat about PVSD.
Communication is a critical aspect of our partnership! It is also important that communication be two-way to be successful; we are always interested in what you have to say or think! Please call my office for an appointment if you’d like to chat. Or, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to the months ahead as we plan and prepare for the future.
Roberta Zarea, Portola Valley District Superintendent
PVSD Board of Trustees Meetings
On Wednesday February 5 at 6 pm, the PVSD Board of Trustees will discuss the following topics::
Report on Hands-on Learning
Review and Discussion of Comprehensive School Safety Plans
Overview of the Governor's State Budget
Measure Z Bond Projects Construction Updates
The meeting will take place at Corte Madera School in Room 102.
On Wednesday February 12 at 8:30 - 11:30 am, the Board of Trustees will discuss District Priorities, the Local Control Accountability Plan Goals, and the District Budget. We hope that parents and community members will attend this meeting to offer input and hear the Board's discussion about our district's priorities! The meeting will take place at Corte Madera School in Room 102.
Links to the PVSD Board agendas and minutes from previous meetings can be found here: