The Expected School-Wide Learning Results (ESLRs) are applicable to the discipline code and process as it is the expectation of Downtown Value School administrators and personnel that students are…
1. We believe that going to school is the most important thing we could do right now.
DVS Students are Academic Achievers who
2. We believe that each of us can learn and that in school we grow to become all that we can be.
DVS Students are Goal Seekers who
3. We believe that we should respect every person.
DVS students are Respectful Scholars who
4. We believe that working together we can do more than we can do by ourselves.
DVS students are Collaborative Workers who
5. We believe that what we learn is not just for ourselves but to help others and make a better world.
DVS students are Global Citizens who
The Downtown Value Student and Parent Handbook is a comprehensive guide to the policies, and procedures to which all Downtown Value students and their parents are accountable. As a condition of enrollment, each student and their parents are expected to read, understand, and follow these guidelines. The guidelines include information on the Downtown Value dress code, Pledges, Calendar, Disciplinary Procedures, Attendance Policy, Grading and the Academic Program, and Intervention and Special Education.
You may also download a full version of the Parent Student Handbook.Read more...
Choosing to attend Downtown Value School includes choosing to wear the school uniform. It is our hope that parents and students will understand that keeping a strict uniform policy means reducing distractions and increasing the emphasis on learning. Parents of students who are out of uniform regularly will be notified and students may be denied certain privileges.Read more...
Note: Modified for Charter Schools to comply with the Valenzuela settlement. Download the document here.
NOTICE TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS, PUPILS, AND TEACHERS:
COMPLAINT RIGHTS (For Charter Schools)
Parents/Guardians, Pupils and Teachers:
Pursuant to Education Code 35186, you are hereby notified that:
Pupils, including English learners, who have not passed one or both parts of the high school exit examination by the end of grade 12 are to be provided the opportunity to receive intensive instruction and services for up to two consecutive academic years after the completion of grade 12.
A complaint form can be obtained at the school office, or downloaded here.
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