A suggested donation is $465 per student/$800 per family. However, any amount that families can donate is greatly appreciated and will help us meet our annual goal. • Bolstering the engineering and science departments by providing new equipment and technology.
617 North Jackson Avenue San Jose, California 95133 (408) 928.9500 Phone | (408) 928.9515 Fax. Choose one of the Education Fund options depending on the amount of your donation.
Pay your donation via credit card at the DVHS Ed Fund table during Wildcat Days Registration (we gladly accept Visa, MasterCard, AmEx and Discover cards), 3. Bicyclists should not ride on sidewalks, or weave in between cars.
Only a parent account has the privilege to update household information as well as the ability to view all children in a household from a single place. Contra Costa Crisis Center: Please view this checklist to aid in your enrollment process. • Large Capital Purchases: Third, goals that support our school and all students include: • Increasing donations to make large capital expenditures to replace aging equipment. 3. Their login information is available at their respective schools they attend (Front office or the site tech lead). Parents of current DMPS students without portal accounts should contact their student’s school building to have a portal account created for them.
With nearly 33,000 students and more than 5,000 employees, there are a lot of stories to tell about the work and accomplishments that take place each day at Des Moines Public Schools. 800-833-2900 If a parent will be picking up their student's book, the parent needs their own photo ID and their student's ID number.
This continued support at DVHS is one of the reasons that our school is continually recognized as one of the best. Email: You can communicate with your child's teachers using their @srvusd.net email address. Select “Contact Preferences” to change the types of messages you receive from your student’s building(s). P: (408) 347-5000 Grades and assignments will be updated as soon as they are graded by your child’s teacher(s).
Vehicles should follow all posted traffic rules, including speed limits, no cell phones, and turning prohibitions.