Fact: students with involved parents, no matter their income or background, are more likely to:
*Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs
*Be promoted, pass their classes and earn credits
*Attend school regularly
*Have better social skills, show improved behavior and adapt well to school
*Graduate and go on to post-secondary education
Is your child in a position to succeed? Are you in a position to help? Much of what you need for a positive start to the school year is available online -- if you know where to look. KHQ has done the navigation for you, and put together this web guide to your district.
Central Valley School District #356
Here you’ll find links to all the schools in the district: http://www.edlinesites.net/pages/Central_Valley_School_Dist_356/Schools
Find your school - attendance boundaries map
District Directory - contact information for teachers, administrators, and staff
Family and Student Resources
Home Access Center (HAC) provides 24/7 access to student information. Families and students are able to create accounts and logon to access student information, including attendance, test scores, class schedule, and discipline issues.
Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying - including incident reporting forms
School Accountability Report Card: district assessment from OSPI.
Meals and Nutrition
Food Services - Main page, including link to monthly menus.
School sports and after-school
Community Involvement - including links to volunteer activities
School board - main page
School board - upcoming meetings, agendas, and minutes