VCUSD 2017-2018 Budget Approval Letter from SCOE

VCUSD Elementary Schools Celebrate Parent-Teacher Conferences November 6-17


Below are some questions that can be asked at conferences:

  • What subject does my student like most? Least?
  • What can I do to help my student with subjects he finds difficult?
  • How can I help my student study? Prepare for class? Improve his work? A good time to ask these questions is when the teacher gives you samples of your son’s or daughter’s work.
  • Is my student trying as hard as he can
  • Does my student participate in class discussions and activities?
  • Is my student in different classes or groups for different subjects? Which ones? How are the groups determined?
  • How well does my student get along with others?
  • Has my student missed classes?
  • Have you noticed changes in the way my student acts? For example, have you noticed squinting, tiredness, or moodiness that might be a sign of physical or other problems?
  • How are you measuring my student’s progress? Through tests? Portfolios? Class participation? Projects?
  • What kinds of tests do you give? What do the tests show about my student’s progress? How does my student handle taking tests?

Escuelas Primarias de VCUSD Celebran Conferencias de Padre-Maestro del 6-17 de Noviembre



School Site Safety and Procedures

Vallejo High School

Inside the Cafeteria

Tuesday, November 28, 2017


Seguridad Escolar y Procedimientos

Escuela Preparatoria Vallejo

En la Cafetería

Martes, 28 de noviembre de 2017



School Site Safety and Procedures

Jesse Bethel High School

Little Theater

Thursday, December 7, 2017


Seguridad Escolar y Procedimientos

Escuela Preparatoria Jesse Bethel

En el Pequeño Teatro

Jueves, 7 de diciembre de 2017



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California School Dashboard

The California Department of Education and the State Board of Education unveiled the new accountability dashboard. Formerly, the state used the Academic Performance Index, or API, which used standardized tests to assess schools. CLICK HERE to view the dashboard.