TVUSD's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019
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**Click 'Archived Meetings' Tab to view meetings that have already occurred.**
CHANGE TO AGENDA ONLINE EFFECTIVE MARCH 5, 2019 MEETING. The link to Agenda Online will look different as they have changed their platform. To access previous meetings, please click this link: Previous Meetings on Agenda Online
Closed Session Start Time: 4:00 PM | Open Session Recognitions: 5:30 PM | Open Session Business Meeting: 6:00 PM
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TVUSD Press Releases
TVUSD Announces Governing Board of Education Vacancy Now Accepting Applications for Provisional Appointment Consideration
Adam Skumawitz, Temecula Valley Unified School District Board of Education Member of Trustee Area Four, Announces Resignation
District News, Meetings, Events, and Publications
Are you interested in an alternative/online program for your child? If so, we've got it! Temecula Advantage Virtual School (TAVS) Informational Events Serving Students in Grades 6-12
If this sounds like a program that meets the needs of your grade 6-12 child, then please join us! Info events will be held on July 24 at 11 am and 6 pm.
NEW! Beginning in May 2019, student scores will be delivered electronically and directly to parents/guardians Infinite Campus Parent Portal. Please see the website link provided for letters and a step by step assistance guide for parents.
Click here to access the website and step by step instructions.
Returning Student Registration Online Portal Opens Friday, April 19, 2019 - For students who currently attend a TVUSD school
Click here to access the website, portal, and step by step instructions.
Visitors to our campuses will be asked for a government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license, military ID card, Permanent Resident Card or passport. The ID will be scanned and using the visitors’ name and date of birth, an electronic check will be made against the National Sex Offender Data Base. Once the visitor is cleared, a visitor badge, which includes the name, destination on campus, and a picture of the visitor will be printed and must be worn while on campus. A new visitor’s pass will be required each time an individual visits one of the District’s campuses.