News and Announcements

K12 Payment Center - The easy way to send lunch money!

Dear Parents and Guardians:
We have a NEW and Improved online payment system for school meals. If you have utilized
the online payment (E-Funds) system in the past you will need to set up a new account by
For assistance please call 1-800-541-8999 EST or call the Child Nutrition Department at 909-866-4406 for assistance.
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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

With student safety in mind and with the current weather conditions we are experiencing, we are strongly recommending a parent or guardian be present at bus stops when elementary students are dropped off this afternoon. Bus drop offs will be at the regularly scheduled time for elementary students.
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AB 2022: Wellness and Mental Health Resources and National Hotline

According to the National Association of School Psychologists, "Mentally healthy children are more successful in school and life. Good mental health is critical to children’s success in school and life. Research demonstrates that students who receive social–emotional and mental health support achieve better academically.
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Bear Valley Virtual Academy: Enroll Now!

Bear Valley Unified School District offers Bear Valley Connections Virtual Academy. The purpose of the academy is to leverage 21st Century education resources on behalf of students who desire a more personalized approach to learning. For more information contact Dottie Jaeger (909)866-4638 extension 3239.
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ATTENDING SCHOOL MATTERS! Your child’s attendance at school is important! Students who miss 10% or more of school are chronically absent. As a school district, we are working with parents, students, and teachers to learn more about families with challenges that may be preventing regular attendance. We are reaching out to parents/guardians of children who have poor attendance.

More than seven million students nationwide are chronically absent from school – missing so much school, for any reason, that they are academically at risk. Starting as early as preschool and kindergarten, chronic absence erodes students’ ability to learn and achieve in school. It increases the likelihood that children will be unable to read well by third grade, fail classes in middle school and drop out of high school. As parents/guardians, you play a major part in the solution to improving your child’s learning capacity by prioritizing school and encouraging attendance each and every day.
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