Child Welfare & Attendance

CHILD WELFARE & ATTENDANCE

   The mission of the Office of Child Welfare Attendance is to promote positive and engaging school climates, foster healthy relationships between staff and students, increase attendance, decrease disciplinary disparities, support social emotional learning and child advocacy.

   La misión de la oficina de Bienestar y Asistencia Estudiantil es promover el clima escolar positivo y atractivo, fomentar relaciones saludables entre el personal y los estudiantes, aumentar la asistencia, disminuir las las discrepancias disciplinarias, apoyar el aprendizaje social emocional y defensa de los estudiantes.

  2019-2020 Transfers / Traslados

 

 Coachella Valley Unified School District Office of Child Welfare and Attendance is currently receiving transfer requests for the 2019-2020 through March 29, 2019. If you live within or outside of the boundaries of Coachella Valley Unified School District, you must request a transfer online for your student.

 

 El Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle Coachella - Oficina de Bienestar y Asistencia Estudiantil esta actualmente recibiendo solicitudes de traslados para el año escolar 2019-2020 hasta el 29 de marzo de 2019.  Si vive dentro o fuera de los límites del Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle Coachella, deberá solicitar una transferencia en línea para su estudiante.

 Link: www.k12transfers.com

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Information about Interdistrict Transfer Permits for the 2019-2010

Interdistrict Transfers Permits for the 2019-2020 School Year

Linkwww.k12transfers.com

 

Interdistrict Transfers Attendance Permits and Procedures

Interdistrict Transfers Attendance Permit
(Transferring from one school district to another)

  An Interdistrict Attendance permit is valid only during the school year for which it is issued, while conditions stated are maintained, and as long as the student's attendance, citizenship and scholarship are satisfactory to the district of attendance. A permit may be revoked for cause at any time. False or misleading information may be cause for denial or revocation. Approval is subject to space availability in the district and may not be at the site requested.  All transfer requests will be reviewed in accordance with District governing board policies (AR 5117). Interdistrict transfer decisions will be made on a case-by case-basis.  Transportation is the responsibility of the parent/guardian. 


2019-2020 -Coachella Valley Unified School District Office of Child Welfare and Attendance is currently receiving transfer requests for the 2019-2020 through March 29, 2019.

Interdistrict Transfer Procedures

1.       Complete the online Request for Interdistrict Attendance Permit (see link below).  Please make sure to fill out the application according to your district of residence (example) if your child currently attending CVUSD but reside in DSUSD or PSUSD boundaries you must click on your district of residence and then click on the current district your child is attending and then the district you would like to attend. Filling out incorrectly may result in a delay in your request.

2.    Please provide any additional support documents as needed (example Child Care Verification, School District Employment Verification). 

3.    Parent/Guardians will be notified by email once the request is submitted and reviewed.

4.    Incomplete applications will result in denial of your request and will further delay the process.

5.    Transportation is not provided and is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.

Note: Online transfers only apply to and from Coachella Valley Unified School District, Desert Sands Unified School District & Palm Springs Unified School District. All other Transfers to and from other districts require that you apply in person in your district of residence.

For any questions, please call 760-848-1161.

Click here to Request your transfer: www.k12transfers.com

Linkwww.k12transfers.com

Pre-enrollment /Re-registing

Welcome to Coachella Valley Unified School District. Please complete the following steps to pre-enroll your student if they have not attended a school in Coachella Valley USD.

 

You can only pre-enroll your child at their school of residence.

STEP 1

  • Complete the Aeries Online Enrollment - Online Student Registration application.

 

Click here to pre-enroll your NEW student at their school of residence.

  • Pre-Enrollment for 2018-2019 is now open! (updated: 5/23/2018)After you finish and submit your application, you will receive an Enrollment Confirmation. Please print this document.
  • Access to a computer and printer is also provided at the school.

STEP 2

  Contact your student's school office and confirm your student's pre-enrollment.
  • Bring the signed Enrollment Confirmation document, immunization records, birth verification and proof of residency to the school, IEP or 504 Plan, restraining order or any court documents, and identification.
  • You will receive your Parent Portal account by email and any additional information will be provided by your school

Current Coachella Valley USD Students - Re-Registration Steps

  Please complete the following steps if your student will be continuing their education in CVUSD. 

  You must have a Parent Portal account to complete this process. If you do not have an account, please contact your child's school or see their website for more information. This process will allow parents to verify student data, update contact information, and acknowledge/review critical district information and policies.

STEP 1

  Complete the re-registration process by logging into the Parent Portal

https://aeries.cvusd.us/ParentPortal

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CALIFORNIA IMMUNIZATION LAW

CALIFORNIA IMMUNIZATION LAW

Immunization Law

  On September 29, 2010, AB 354, a new law changing California immunization requirements for students entering 7th-12th grades in public and private schools was passed. The law requires:

  • This coming school year (2011-2012), all students entering into 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grades will need proof of an adolescent whooping cough booster shot (called “Tdap”) before starting school.
  • For the next school year (2012-13) and future school years, all students entering into 7th grade only will need proof of a Tdap shot to start school.

 Frequently Asked Questions

AB 354: The New 7th - 12th Grade California Immunization Law California Department of Public Health, Immunization Branch What SCHOOLS Need To Know


La Nueva ley de Inmunización

Ley de Inmunización

 Empezando el mes de julio del 2011, una nueva ley (Proyecto de Ley 354) que cambia

 los requisitos de vacunación para todos los estudiantes del 7° al 12° grado entra en

 vigor. Esta ley requiere:

  • Este próximo año escolar (2011-12), todos los estudiantes que ingresan al 7°, 8°,
  • 9°, 10°, 11° o 12° grado necesitan un comprobante de que recibieron la vacuna
  • de refuerzo contra la tos ferina para adolescentes (llamada "Tdap") antes de
  • comenzar la escuela.
  • Para el siguiente año escolar (2012-13) y futuros años escolares, solamente los
  • estudiantes ingresando al 7° grado necesitarán un comprobante de que
  • recibieron la vacuna Tdap para comenzar la escuela.

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Informacion de Permisos de transferencias entre distritos para el año escolar 2019-2020

Parent RE Inter District Transfer Permits for the 2019-2020 School Year

PERMISOS Y PROCEDIMIENTOS DE TRASLADOS ENTRE DISTRITOS 

Permisos de Traslados entre Distritos 
(Traslados de un distrito escolar a otro)

   Un permiso de asistencia entre distritos es válido sólo durante el año escolar para el cual se emite, mientras que las condiciones indicadas se mantengan, y siempre y cuando la asistencia del estudiante, el comportamiento sean satisfactorias para el distrito de asistencia.  Un permiso puede ser revocado por causa en cualquier momento. La información falsa o engañosa puede ser causa de negación o revocación. La aprobación está sujeta a la disponibilidad de espacio en el distrito y puede no haber espacio en la escuela solicitada.  Todas las solicitudes de traslados se revisarán de acuerdo con las políticas de la mesa directiva del distrito (AR 5117).  Las decisiones de traslados entre distritos se harán caso por caso.  El transporte es responsabilidad del padre/tutor.

  • 2019-2020 - El Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle de Coachella - oficina de asistencia y bienestar estudiantil esta actualmente recibiendo solicitudes de traslados  para el año escolar 2019-2010, hasta el 29 de marzo de 2019.
Procedimientos y Formularios para traslados entre distritos

1.    Complete la solicitud por internet para el permiso de asistencia entre distritos (ver enlace abajo).  Por favor, asegúrese de llenar la solicitud de acuerdo con su distrito de residencia (ejemplo) si su hijo actualmente asiste a CVUSD pero reside fuera de los límites de DSUSD o PSUSD debe hacer clic en su distrito de residencia y luego haga clic en el distrito actual que su hijo está asistiendo y luego al distrito al que le gustaría asistir. Completar incorrectamente puede dar lugar a un retraso en su solicitud.
2.    Por favor proporcione cualquier documento de apoyo adicional según sea necesario (ejemplo verificación de cuidado infantil, verificación de empleo del distrito escolar).
3.    Los padres/tutores serán notificados por correo electrónico una vez que la solicitud sea enviada y revisada.
4.    Las solicitudes incompletas ocasionarán la negación de su solicitud y retrasarán aún más el proceso.
5.    Transporte no se proporciona y es responsabilidad del padre/tutor.

  Nota:  Traslados por internet solo aplican hacía y desde el Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle de Coachella, el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Desert Sands y el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Palm Springs. Todas las demás traslados hacia y desde otros distritos requieren que usted aplique en persona en su distrito de residencia.

Para cualquier pregunta, por favor comuníquese l al 760-848-1161

Link : www.k12transfers.com

Formularios:
•    Verificación del Empleo 
•    Verificación del Cuidado Infantil
•     2019-2020 - solicitud de permiso de asistencia de traslados entre distritos

Forms

Formas

Homeless & Foster Youth

Homeless & Foster Youth 

McKinney-Vento Act

  Section 725(2) of the McKinney-Vento Act 10 defines “homeless children and youths” as individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. The term includes:

• Children and youth who are:

    Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason (sometimes referred to as “doubled-up”);
    Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to lack of alternative adequate accommodations;
    Living in emergency or transitional shelters; or
    Abandoned in hospitals;
    Children and youth who have a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for, or ordinarily used as, a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings;
    Children and youths who are living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings; and
    Migratory children who qualify as homeless because they are living in circumstances described above.

  Homeless youth can enroll in school even if they have uncertain housing, a temporary address or no permanent physical address.  They are guaranteed enrollment in school by the federal McKinney-Vento Act and California state law if they live: 

  •     In a shelter (family, domestic violence or youth shelter) or a transitional living program
  •     In a motel, hotel or weekly rate housing
  •     In a house or apartment with more than one family because of economic hardship or loss
  •     In temporary foster care or with an adult who is not a parent or guardian
  •     In substandard housing without electricity, water or heat
  •     With friends or family because they are a runaway or unaccompanied youth

  To enroll or attend school, if you live under any of these conditions, you do not need to provide:

  •     Proof of residency
  •     Immunization records or TB skin test results
  •     School records
  •     Legal guardianship papers

  You may:

    Participate fully in all school activities and programs for which you are eligible
    Continue to attend the school in which you were last enrolled even if you have moved away from that school's attendance boundary or district.
    Receive transportation from your current residence back to your school of origin
    Qualifiy automatically for free and reduced-price breakfast and lunches
    Contact the district's homeless youth liaison to resolve any disputes that arise during the enrollment process.