March 16, 2018

  • Jenny Haberlin, Chief Business Official, RIMSD

    #1 – We are very thankful for our partnership with California School Risk Management JPA. They provide us free online training in a variety of subjects covering Mandated Topics, provide free web-based seminars and attend several of our staff meetings and in-house training to strengthen our services to staff and students. Today they performed two training with our support team on Best Practices for visitors, creating partnerships and communication during an emergency. Thank you Jazmine @CSRM­­_  for your presentation and training today and helping us keep our staff and students safe!

    #2 – Members of our team were able to attend Rim High Schools Call for Remembrance for 17 minutes. The students at Rim High School respectively participated and showed maturity and concern for their future. We observed positive engagement and discussion on varying points of view. It was really nice to visit Rim High and see staff and students. Thank you!

    #3 – The District presented the 2nd Interim Financial Report and several supporting documents to the board on March 8, 2018. We summarized the lengthy documents in a few snapshots and brief summaries. All documents and other financial summaries can be found on our website:

    The Superintendent of Schools office is currently reviewing our documents and will submit a summary of their review to the Superintendent.

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    Lauren Tovar, Principal, Valley of Enchantment

    Reading Olympics 2018

    Valley of Enchantment Elementary School kicked off the 2018 Reading Olympics on March 1st.  Over the next few weeks, our students will be participating in a variety of activities related to reading.  We started off with a bang with an assembly featuring “Bernie” the mascot of the 66ers baseball team.  Classes are participating in literature analysis, group discussions about stories they have read, and other activities celebrating the joy of reading.  On March 9th the PTA sponsored a Family Fun Night where books were raffled and Mrs. Potter, the librarian, read to our students.  Valley of Enchantment would like to thank all of our families for supporting the Reading Olympics and for sharing the importance of reading with your students.