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No school on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day

Friday, June 5, 2015

Ceremony will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.


As this event will be held on the field, you may want to bring a chair. 

Parking is limited in the lot, therefore, we suggest parking on the street.

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For full details on the Middle School Food Fight,

refer to the printable flyer below.

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PTSA Scholarship Ceremony

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(Pictured L-R) PTSA President, Dianne Killingsworth, Emily Holland (PTSA Scholarship), Jake Feldt (Administration Scholarship), Tyan Schreck (Leadership [ASB] Scholarship) and Samantha Sellars (PTSA Scholarship).

Congratulations to our scholarship recipients.


Posted by: Carol Barnard-Jones
Published: 5/20/15

Tdap requirement for students entering 7th grade

Parents of 6th grade students:  Please read attached letter informing you of a vaccine requirement for incoming 7th grade students.  If your child has already had this immunization please provide the health office with a current copy of the immunization record.  If your child has not had the immunization please schedule an appointment with your health care provider as soon as possible to meet this requirement.  In the event your child has had immunizations waived in the past a new waiver must be completed by your health care provider.  

Posted by: Rose Kult
Published: 4/10/15


Parents:  Please read the attached informational flyer regarding an important health alert.

Pursuant to California Education Code Section 49452.7, the attached information is to be provided to parents and guardians of incoming seventh grade students.


Posted by: Rose Kult
Published: 4/6/15

Measles -- Field trip recommendation

TVUSD is deferring to advice given from the California Department of Public Health regarding measles immunity and field trip recommendations.

According to the California Department of Public Health, California is currently experiencing a large outbreak of measles. The outbreak started in December 2014 when at least 40 people who visited or worked at Disneyland theme park in Orange County in mid-December contracted measles and has now spread to at least half a dozen other states. Measles is a highly contagious viral disease. It is widespread in many parts of the world, including Europe, Africa, and Asia. Measles begins with a fever that lasts for a couple of days, followed by a cough, runny nose, conjunctivitis (pink eye), and a rash. The rash typically appears first on the face, along the hairline, and behind the ears and then affects the rest of the body. Infected people are usually contagious from about 4 days before their rash starts to 4 days afterwards. Children routinely get their first dose of the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine at 12 months old or later. The second dose of MMR is usually administered before the child begins kindergarten but may be given one month or more after the first dose.

According to Dr. Gil Chavez, State Epidemiologist and Deputy Director, Center for Infectious Diseases, California Department of Public Health:

“Measles is highly contagious and highly preventable through vaccinations. CDPH is urging caution to individuals who are not vaccinated, especially infants under 12 months. Any place where large numbers of people congregate and there are a number of international visitors, like airports, shopping malls and tourist attractions, you may be more likely to find measles, which should be considered if you are not vaccinated. It is safe to visit these places, including the Disneyland Resort, if you are vaccinated. Therefore, CDPH recommends that anyone not already immunized against measles gets immunized at this time. Two doses of measles-containing vaccine (MMR vaccine) are more than 99 percent effective in preventing measles. If you are unsure of your vaccination status, check with your doctor to have a test to check for measles immunity or to receive vaccination.”

Posted by: Carol Barnard-Jones
Published: 2/4/15

Today: 5/22/15
All Day: 6th Grade Ancient Day Play

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