Your student may be asked to be a part of our school’s California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) for fifth grade students, sponsored by the California Department of Education. This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment, and combat problems such as drug use and violence. Your child does not have to take the survey. If your student is in the fifth grade, you will receive a letter from the school site explaining the benefits of having your student participate in the California Healthy Kids Survey.
The Romoland School District values your input to help us determine our priorities as a district. This survey is divided into three sections, with each section containing the aligned descriptions of the eight state priority areas for reference. The statements you will see on the survey are those most commonly referenced on parent feedback forms from each school site. While all of the items are important, it is necessary to prioritize services to guide our LCAP revisions. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Click here to take the survey.
El distrito escolar de Romoland valora su aporte en ayudarnos a determinar nuestras prioridades como distrito. Esta encuesta está dividida en tres secciones, en la cual cada sección contiene los lineamientos y descripciones de las ocho prioridades del estado para referencia. Las declaraciones que mirara en esta encuesta son las mas comunes referencias en los formularios para padres de cada sitio escolar. Mientras que todos los articulos son importantes, es necesario priorizar los servicios para guiar nuestras revisiones de LCAP. Su opinión es importante. Haz click aquí para realizar la encuesta.
The District has received a letter from Eastern Municipal Water District regarding Irrigation of Non-Functional Turf. The letter prohibits schools from watering turf areas that are not designated playground areas. The district has stopped watering the “non-functional” turf and as the school days become warmer you will start to see landscape turning brown and dry. Our Director of Maintenance and Operations, will devise a cost effective plan for the replacement of these turf areas. The district wants all of our schools to have clean and pleasing curb appeal and at the same time do our part in conserving water.