To ensure our students have a safe and fun end of the school year, the following measures will be effective as follows: In-person students must return all devices, textbooks and band instruments tomorrow, June 1st. If needed, the student will have access to their device while on campus. The use of backpacks by students will not be allowed starting Thursday, June 2nd. Small personal items needed by students can be brought in a clear bag. Backpacks and bags of any type will not be allowed into any school functions by guests/visitors starting June 1st. All campus events on June 7th are for current in-person and virtual students only. For elementary school students, please disregard the need to bring sunblock, a towel, an extra set of clothes, and a water bottle. Sunblock and bottled water will be provided by the schools for events on June 7th. JVPS staff will continue to routinely check all entrances and exits for locked doors. Please note all of these measures are being taken out of an abundance of caution. Jemez Valley is in the process of advertising for a JVPS school resource officer. A survey regarding this position will be sent in the near future. In the recent days, staff have observed an increase of energy drinks brought to school by students. Please note energy drinks are not allowed. Effective tomorrow, June 1st, only bottled water will be allowed by students. Your cooperation and understanding is greatly appreciated.
June 1st - 5th-grade Continuation 10:00 am Elementary Awards Assembly 12:00 PM 8th Grade Continuation 6:00 pm June 6th Kindergarten Continuation 10:30 am June 7th Field Day all schools. Early Dismissal all Schools Elementary released at 12pm Middle/HS 12:10pm
If you have not reviewed "Parent University" on our website, please do so at your convenience. Topics include: Chromebook Help Health Creating FSA ID for FAFSA NM Connect Parent University YouTube (videos only) School Bus Safety Skyward Family Access Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Special Education ....and more Click here to visit "Parent University": http://www.jvps.org/parent_resources/parent_university
Many thanks to those of you who provided feedback on the facilities survey. Your input is vital to meeting our goal of serving our community.
FOR COVID-19 INFORMATION & GUIDANCE: https://cv.nmhealth.org/ NM CORONAVIRUS HOTLINE: 1-855-600-3453
FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit: It is a program to assist families and households with affording Internet services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please pass along this information to friends, family, and neighbors. Eligible households will receive a discount of up to $50 per month for broadband service from participating providers and up to $75 per month for homes on qualifying Tribal land. The FCC program also provides a discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating. You can find a list of participating providers in New Mexico on the FCC website. A household is eligible if they meet one of six required criteria. For more information on the requirements, the participating providers, and details on the three ways to apply visit, https://www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit