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May 12, 2021: Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

A new temporary federal program called the Emergency Broadband Benefit is now available to assist Romoland School District families and households who may be struggling to afford their monthly internet service. The Emergency Broadband Benefit provides a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service and associated equipment for eligible households. Participating households may also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers, as long as the household contributes more than $10 and less than $50 toward the cost of the device.


If your student is currently enrolled in the National School Lunch Program at our schools then your household is eligible for this program. Please visit getemergencybroadband.org for more information and to apply.


April 26, 2021: Summer Learning Program 2021

Romoland School District offers a summer learning program annually. Our summer learning program is an opportunity for students to continue their learning beyond the school year. This year, summer learning will be offered as an in-person, on-campus program. It will be offered at Romoland Elementary School, Boulder Ridge Elementary School, and Ethan A. Chase Middle School. Enrollment is optional and is open to students at all schools and in all current grades (2020-21 school year), TK through 7. The RISE program extended school year is available for all students currently in our RISE program per their IEP services. 

The summer learning program dates will be Tuesdays - Fridays, June 15 - July 16, 2021 (20 days total). The student hours will be 4 hours per day, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM for middle school and 8:15 AM-12:15 PM for elementary school. There will be a focus on reading, writing, and math with enrichment. Students in the RISE program extended school year (ESY) will focus on IEP goal engagement. 

If you are interested in registering your student in this optional summer learning program, please complete the online registration form linked here. You can also access this form link on our district and school websites. Complete one form per student. Please know that spaces may fill up quickly, so please complete the online registration right away if you are interested in this opportunity for your student. The online registration form closes on Friday, May 7, 2021. Thank you.


April 21, 2021: TK-8 Virtual Program for 2021-2022

In response to community feedback, Romoland School District (RSD) is launching a new TK-8 Virtual Program for the 2021-2022 school year! The RSD Virtual Program is designed for families seeking an engaging, teacher-led virtual learning environment for their students for the upcoming school year as an alternative to traditional in-person instruction. 

Virtual Program Highlights Include:

  • Students will be assigned to a teacher and attend virtual classes 
  • Live synchronous instruction taught by the teacher
  • Asynchronous assignments completed independently
  • Students will work in whole group and small group virtual settings
  • Personalized support from teachers
  • Frequent teacher communication with parents and guardians

Our virtual program is open to all families in Romoland School District as well as surrounding communities within Riverside County. Residency within RSD boundaries is not required to enroll your student(s). Families residing outside of our district boundaries will need to submit an interdistrict transfer request from your current school district to attend. 

View our Virtual Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and register your student(s) on our website here: https://www.romoland.net/Page/2255 


April 20, 2021: State Testing Update

We thank you for your continued patience as we adapt our regular school practices and procedures to accommodate the virtual and hybrid learning environments this school year. As you may know, school districts administer state tests, known as Smarter Balanced (SBAC) for ELA/Math and the California Alternative Assessments (CAA) for ELA/Math, to students in grades 3-8 and 11 each spring.

Recently, the California State Board of Education (SBE) took action to give school districts the option of using the state tests or district assessments for the 2020-2021 school year. The district assessments must meet the following criteria: 

  • Are aligned with California Common Core State Standards for ELA and mathematics.
  • Are available to assess students in grades 3-8.
  • Are uniformly administered across a grade span, school, or district.
  • Per state and federal statutes, districts will still be required to publicly report, disaggregated by student group, in the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) and the Local Educational Agency Report Card (LARC) the performance of students by assessment and the number and percentage of students tested and not tested.

With the flexibility provided by SBE, the Romoland School District Board of Trustees took the following action to use district assessments in place of state assessments for Spring 2021: 1) use iReady Diagnostic testing in lieu of state SBAC testing for Spring 2021, 2) SANDI testing in lieu of CAA testing for students in the RISE program, and 3) not administer state science tests per state flexibility. This action was taken with consideration of students’ academic and social-emotional learning needs, to provide tests for which students have familiarity and reduce testing time.

School sites will provide you with additional information about school testing schedules. Further, parents/guardians of students in grades K-8 will receive assessment results showing student progress in both English language arts and math at the end of this school year.

We will continue to provide RSD families with updates on our district webpage and via email notifications. Thank you for your continued support of our schools! 


February 26, 2021: Virtual Program Interest Survey for 2021-22

Dear Parents/Guardians,

While we are making preparations to open schools for in-person instruction in the current school year, we are also making plans for the 2021-22 school year.

Some families have expressed interest in having a virtual program option for the upcoming school year and beyond. We are currently gauging interest and welcome your input on the brief survey linked below. Please note that this is not a registration form for a virtual program for 2021-22. This is an anonymous survey and your responses will help us gain possible student enrollment numbers to inform the development of an ongoing virtual program in Romoland School District.

If you are interested in enrolling your student in a virtual program for the 2020-22 school year, please complete this brief survey by MARCH 12, 2021. Please complete one survey per student.

Survey Link: https://forms.gle/dx846gyNqgDnE4SW8  

 


February 18, 2021: Student Technical Support

All Romoland School District students have access to a district-issued Chromebook device while in the virtual learning environment. 

Families in need of technical support for student devices can use one of the following two avenues:

  • Please contact the student's teacher directly for issues like login problems or technical issues related to assignments and instructional programs used by students. Teachers are able to reset student passwords and are the best equipped to answer questions about the instructional programs they use with their students. If it's an issue the teacher is unable to solve they will escalate it to the Instructional Technology department.
  • If it is a physical problem with the student Chromebook or hotspot, such as damage or charging issues, call our repair hotline at (951) 926-2891. If there is no answer, please leave a voicemail with your contact information. A member of our staff will contact you to schedule an appointment to meet with a technician at our District Office.

Please do not come to the District Office or your student's school without an appointment to obtain technical help. In order to comply with health and safety protocols, and to make sure a technician is present to assist you, an appointment is required.

Please visit our website for more information: romoland.net

 


February 10, 2021: No School During Presidents' Week

Dear Romoland School District Families,

This is a friendly reminder that there will be no virtual classes and all RSD schools will be closed February 15-19, 2021, in observance of Presidents’ Week. Please be advised meal services will not be available on Wednesday, February 17, 2021.

Classes will resume on Monday, February 22, 2021. Meal distribution will resume on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at all school sites.

 


January 14, 2021: No Classes on January 18th

Dear Romoland School District Families,

This is a friendly reminder that there will be no virtual classes and all schools and offices will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.


January 4, 2021: FEV Tutoring Available Over Winter Break

FEV Tutoring is available for all students over winter break! Romoland School District is pleased to partner with FEV Tutor to provide your students with high-quality, district-sponsored, live virtual tutoring. Plus, students can earn a $10 Amazon Gift Card from FEV for completing 10 hours of tutoring.

FEV is a 24/7 on-demand homework help service with a fast tutor response time, and it is available to all students in Romoland School District. FEV Tutor takes a creative approach to delivering students the 1-on-1 support they need to grow academically. Students work with their own professional tutor, based on their own academic needs, through an engaging web-based platform. 

Students are able to log on to FEV tutoring through Clever. Parents/guardians can also contact FEV and schedule a tutoring session for a student by emailing ca@fevtutor.com or calling (855) 763-2607 and providing FEV with the following information: student name, school name, parent/guardian name, and contact information. Click here for the “FEV Getting Started” guide.


December 17, 2020: Family Resources and Connections for Distance Learning

Family Resources and Connections for Distance Learning are now available on our Virtual Learning Family Resources webpage here: romoland.net

These resources include hands-on activities that bring explorations of natural phenomena into the home, virtual field trips, tools for reading and writing, and online mathematical activities. 

We hope you find these resources helpful as students continue to learn in the virtual learning environment. 


December 17, 2020: Happy Holidays

Dear Romoland School District Families,

As we near our winter break and reflect on this past year, I want to express my gratitude for all of the actions our school community took to continue to provide an emotionally safe and quality educational experience for our students in Romoland School District. 

Despite the unparalleled challenges we faced in 2020, our school district community pulled together and remained focused on our commitment to students. I am grateful to our students, parents, guardians, and caregivers for your increased level of partnership as we adapted to the virtual learning environment. You have proven that it truly takes all of us coming together to meet the needs of our students and we could not be successful without your support.

As we move into 2021, our dedication to the growth and well-being of our staff, students, and community remains our first priority. We will continue to adapt and adjust our instructional program in 2021 according to state and local health conditions and guidance. 

I hope this holiday season provides an opportunity to enjoy time with loved ones and take a break from the everyday stresses of this COVID-19 environment. From all of us at Romoland School District, I wish you a happy and healthy holiday season and look forward to reconnecting in the new year! Thank you for being our partners in education. 

 

Trevor J. Painton 

Superintendent

Romoland School District


December 16, 2020: RSD Schools Closed for Winter Break

Dear Romoland School District Families,

This is a friendly reminder that all Romoland School District schools will be closed for Winter Break from Friday, December 18, 2020, to Friday, January 8, 2021. Classes will resume on Monday, January 11, 2021. Meal Services will resume on Wednesday, January 13, 2021. 

The District Office will be closed from Monday, December 21, 2020, to Friday, January 1, 2021. The office will resume normal operations on Monday, January 4, 2021.


December 15, 2020: Winter Break Meal Kits Available Thursday

Dear Romoland School District Families,

7-day Winter Break Meal Kits will be available for ALL children 18 years and younger on Thursday, December 17, 2020, from 12 PM to 2 PM. One meal kit per household. While supplies last. 

Meal Service Locations:

Boulder Ridge Elementary School

27327 Junipero Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 Harvest Valley Elementary School

29955 Watson Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

Mesa View Elementary School

27227 Heritage Lake Dr, Menifee, CA 92585

Romoland Elementary School

25890 Antelope Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

Ethan A. Chase Middle School

28100 Calm Horizon Dr, Menifee, CA 92585

Meal services will not be available during Winter Break starting on Friday, December 18, 2020. 

Meal services will resume on Wednesday, January 13, 2021.


December 11, 2020: New RSD COVID-19 Dashboard

Dear Romoland School District Families,

As part of our commitment to keeping you informed with accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19 developments in Romoland School District, we are pleased to announce the launch of our COVID-19 dashboard to provide parents, guardians, and employees with COVID-19 confirmed positive case counts among our students and staff. To access the dashboard, visit romoland.net/covid19.

Please note that our District will only communicate and provide dashboard data for confirmed positive COVID-19 cases. RSD schools and staff will maintain confidentiality and protect student and staff privacy, following all FERPA protocols.

We appreciate your partnership in keeping our school community healthy and safe.


December 8, 2020: Learning and Attendance During a Power Outage

Dear Romoland School District Families,

Power outages can occur at any time. They can be widespread or specific to one neighborhood, or even one household. If you experience a power outage, your student can still learn with school-based home activities and still have their school attendance count for the day. 

In the event of a power outage, please do the following:

1) Have the student read books, write a story or journal entry, create art, do a science experiment, and/or exercise. (Students can also complete electronic work for the school day once the power returns.)

2) Communicate with the teacher via email, text, or communication app (such as Class Dojo); this can be done during or following the power outage. Let the teacher know the student experienced a power outage but continued to work on school-based activities.

For more information about how to prepare for a power outage, please visit the Southern California Edison (SCE) webpage on preparedness at https://www.sce.com/safety/family/emergency-tips 

Thank you for your support during this process as we work to ensure our school community is informed, prepared, and safe in the event of a power outage.  


December 6, 2020: Potential Public Safety Power Shutoff

Dear Romoland School District Families,

Due to forecast fire weather conditions, Southern California Edison (SCE) is warning of potential Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) of electrical lines within our district boundaries within the next 48 hours. These conditions may result in SCE turning off power at one or more of our school sites and/or district office, and possibly homes in the Romoland Elementary and Harvest Valley Elementary areas. 

The PSPS Program is implemented for certain areas when SCE determines there is a potential for dangerous weather conditions – such as strong winds, high temperatures, and dry vegetation –  that could result in fires. The program is mandatory for all homeowners and business entities, including schools in the SCE service territories.  

Though SCE has stated its intent to provide at least 3 notices to regions that may be impacted by shutdowns, the de-energization of power lines may occur with little notice. SCE plans to notify affected customers approximately 48 hours in advance of a potential PSPS event and will attempt to notify customers again approximately 24 hours before power is shut off. 

At this time, no power shutdowns for any Romoland School District campuses are confirmed and we expect all schools and offices to continue operations under normal conditions.

Should we be notified of a potential shutdown that affects any of our campuses, we will notify RSD families and staff through multiple channels of communication including phone, text, email, social media, and websites.

In addition to our mass communication system, we encourage you to visit our district website and social media pages for updates. We will be posting on the following channels in the event a power shutoff does occur. Please note, you do not need an account to view updates on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

  1. Website: https://www.romoland.net/
  2. Facebook: @RomolandSD
  3. Twitter: @RomolandSD
  4. Instagram:@RomolandSD

For more information on PSPS, please visit the Southern California Edison website at sce.com/psps or call 1-800-655-4555‫.


December 3, 2020: Public Safety Power Shutoff 

Dear Romoland School District Families,

Due to an increased risk of fire in our area, Southern California Edison (SCE) has implemented a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) within our school district boundaries. 

The Romoland School District Office and Harvest Valley Elementary School are closed today, Thursday, December 3, 2020 due to the power outage at those sites. At this time, no other schools have been closed due to power outages, but we understand that neighborhoods or households may be impacted.

If your family is impacted by a power outage, please do the following:

  1. Have your student read books, write a story or journal entry, create art, do a science experiment, and/or exercise. (Students can also complete electronic work for the school day once the power returns.)
  2. Communicate with the teacher via email, text, or communication app (such as Class Dojo); this can be done during or following the power outage. Let the teacher know the student experienced a power outage but continued to work on school-based activities.

Meal services will be available today at the following locations:

  • Boulder Ridge Elementary - 27327 Junipero Rd, Menifee, CA 92585
  • Mesa View Elementary - 27227 Heritage Lake Dr, Menifee, CA 92585  
  • Romoland Elementary - 25890 Antelope Rd, Romoland, CA 92585
  • Ethan A. Chase Middle School - 28100 Calm Horizon Dr, Menifee, CA 92585

Thank you for your support during this process as we work to ensure our school community is informed, prepared, and safe!  


December 2, 2020: Learning and Attendance During a Power Outage

Dear Romoland School District Families,

Power outages can occur at any time. They can be widespread or specific to one neighborhood, or even one household. If you experience a power outage, your student can still learn with school-based home activities and still have their school attendance count for the day. 

In the event of a power outage, please do the following:

1) Have the student read books, write a story or journal entry, create art, do a science experiment, and/or exercise. (Students can also complete electronic work for the school day once the power returns.)

2) Communicate with the teacher via email, text, or communication app (such as Class Dojo); this can be done during or following the power outage. Let the teacher know the student experienced a power outage but continued to work on school-based activities.

For more information about how to prepare for a power outage, please visit the Southern California Edison (SCE) webpage on preparedness at https://www.sce.com/safety/family/emergency-tips 

Thank you for your support during this process as we work to ensure our school community is informed, prepared, and safe in the event of a power outage.  

Thank you.

 


December 1, 2020: Potential Public Safety Power Shutoffs 

Dear Romoland School District Families,

Due to forecast fire weather conditions, Southern California Edison (SCE) is warning of potential Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) of electrical lines within our district boundaries from Wednesday, December 2, 2020, to Saturday, December 5, 2020. These conditions may result in SCE turning off power at one or more of our school sites and/or district office, and possibly homes in the Romoland Elementary and Harvest Valley Elementary areas. 

The PSPS Program is implemented for certain areas when SCE determines there is a potential for dangerous weather conditions – such as strong winds, high temperatures, and dry vegetation –  that could result in fires. The program is mandatory for all homeowners and business entities, including schools in the SCE service territories.  

Though SCE has stated its intent to provide at least 3 notices to regions that may be impacted by shutdowns, the de-energization of power lines may occur with little notice. SCE plans to notify affected customers approximately 48 hours in advance of a potential PSPS event and will attempt to notify customers again approximately 24 hours before power is shut off. 

At this time, no power shutdowns for any Romoland School District campuses are confirmed and we expect all schools and offices to continue operations under normal conditions.

Should we be notified of a potential shutdown that affects any of our campuses, we will notify RSD families and staff through multiple channels of communication including phone, text, email, social media, and websites. Please take this opportunity to review your Aeries Parent/Guardian Portal account and update your contact information to ensure that you receive updates promptly. 

In addition to our mass communication system, we encourage you to visit our district website and social media pages for updates. We will be posting on the following channels in the event a power shutoff does occur. Please note, you do not need an account to view updates on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

  1. Website: https://www.romoland.net/
  2. Facebook: @RomolandSD
  3. Twitter: @RomolandSD
  4. Instagram:@RomolandSD

For more information on PSPS, please visit the Southern California Edison website at sce.com/psps or call 1-800-655-4555‫.

 

November 20, 2020: Care Solace

Dear Romoland School District Families,

Romoland School District fosters a culture that promotes the health, safety, and well-being of students, parents, guardians, and staff. In an effort to continuously support this commitment, the district has partnered with Care Solace. 

Care Solace is an online resource with a live 24/7 concierge meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health-related programs and counseling services. Care Solace is an additional tool for school staff and families to connect with community-based mental healthcare resources and providers. Their proprietary care navigation system taps into a vast database of mental healthcare resources to find carefully vetted local therapists and programs in minutes. 

School district families and staff may access Care Solace services in two ways:

  1. Call (888) 515-0595 to speak with someone from your Concierge team
    • Representatives are standing by to take your call or email 24/7
  2. Visit your custom district link: www.caresolace.com/rsd 
    • Answer ten easy questions to receive an extensive list of referrals to applicable care providers. Care Solace takes into account all types of private insurance including Medi-Cal, Medicaid, and Medicare, and those that have no insurance. The platform also filters by age, gender, zip code, and special request. 

Care Solace is now available for use by district families and staff at no cost. Care Solace does not require a name, address, phone number, or date of birth. All information entered on the Care Solace tool is completely confidential and securely stored. 

Please note, this service is an optional resource available by choice and is not mandatory in any way. Care Solace is not an emergency response service or mental health services provider. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 or the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255. If you are interested in seeking counseling-related services at this time, please consider visiting www.caresolace.com/rsd 

 

 

November 20, 2020: Thanksgiving Break Next Week

Dear Romoland School District Families,

All Romoland School District schools will be closed November 23-27, 2020, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Virtual classes and meal services will resume on Monday, November 30, 2020. During this Thanksgiving season, we’d like to express our gratitude to our students, families, staff, and community for coming together this school year to ensure the success of our students in the virtual learning environment. We are so thankful for the patience, support, and understanding our school community has shown throughout this ever-changing public health crisis. 

As we enter the holiday season, it is important that we remain vigilant in our efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you plan on traveling during the holiday season, please be mindful of California’s travel advisory

We also ask that you please continue to follow the recommendations of health experts and wear a mask in public, keep physical distancing, avoid large gatherings, and wash your hands frequently.

Above all else, we want you and your family to stay healthy. We hope everyone enjoys a safe and happy holiday!


 

November 19, 2020: Thanksgiving Break Reminder

Dear Romoland School District Families,

This is a friendly reminder that all Romoland School District schools will be closed November 23-27, 2020, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Virtual classes and meal services will resume on Monday, November 30, 2020. 

Free 11-day Thanksgiving Break Meal Kits will be available for ALL children 18 years and younger at all school sites on Friday, November 20, 2020, from 12 pm to 2 pm (while supplies last). 

Meal Service Locations: 

Boulder Ridge Elementary School

27327 Junipero Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Harvest Valley Elementary School

29955 Watson Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Mesa View Elementary School

27227 Heritage Lake Dr, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Romoland Elementary School

25890 Antelope Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Ethan A. Chase Middle School

28100 Calm Horizon Dr, Menifee, CA 92585


November 18, 2020: Thanksgiving Break Meal Kits Available on Friday

Dear Romoland School District Families, 

Free 11-day Thanksgiving Break Meal Kits will be available for ALL children 18 years and younger at all school sites on Friday, November 20, 2020, from 12 pm to 2 pm (while supplies last). 

Locations: 

Boulder Ridge Elementary School

27327 Junipero Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Harvest Valley Elementary School

29955 Watson Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Mesa View Elementary School

27227 Heritage Lake Dr, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Romoland Elementary School

25890 Antelope Rd, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Ethan A. Chase Middle School

28100 Calm Horizon Dr, Menifee, CA 92585

 


November 13, 2020: Report Cards Are Now Available in the Aeries Portal

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Your student’s report card is now available in the Aeries portal. Please log-in to view and download a copy of your student’s first trimester report card.

Parents and guardians are also encouraged to subscribe to weekly progress emails. By subscribing to the email, you will receive a weekly email containing your student’s most up-to-date academic progress on the day and time of your choosing. 


If you need assistance navigating the Aeries portal to view your student’s report card or subscribe to weekly progress emails, please visit our Aeries’ district webpage for detailed information and instructions here: romoland.net/Aeries

 


 

November 10, 2020: No School November 11th 

Reminder: There will be no school and meal services will not be available tomorrow, November 11, 2020, in observance of Veterans Day.

Classes and meal services will resume on Thursday, November 12, 2020.

 


November 9, 2020: Aeries Mobile Portal Application

Dear Parents and Guardians,

It’s now even easier to view your student’s grades, attendance, and other important information with the Aeries Mobile Portal App. All parents and guardians are encouraged to download the Aeries app on their mobile device. The app allows for convenient access to your student’s assignments for each class, grades, attendance, and the ability to view their report cards. Families can use their pre-existing Parent/Guardian account to gain access to their data.

The Aeries App honors the same Aeries security and portal options that affect the information available to the parents/guardians and students when they access the Student Portal on a browser.

The Aeries Apps are available for iOS devices on the Apple App Store and Android phones on Google Play.

Apple iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/aeries-mobile-portal/id1261483635

Android Devices: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aeries.mobileportal


To learn more about the Aeries Mobile Portal App, please visit: https://mkt.aeries.com/products-mobile-portal

 


November 2, 2020: Election Day Tomorrow

This is a friendly reminder that tomorrow, Tuesday, November 3rd is Election Day. There are many important issues on your ballot this year, including Measure P, a potential bond for Romoland School District to help reduce overcrowding, build a new neighborhood school, and update student safety at all schools.  

Please visit www.Romoland.net/MeasureP to learn more.


October 30, 2020: Voter Assistance Centers

This is a friendly reminder, that Tuesday, November 3rd is Election Day. There are many important issues on your ballot this year, including Measure P, a potential bond for Romoland School District to help reduce overcrowding and update student safety at all schools.  

There are three ways to participate in this year’s election.  If you have not yet mailed back your ballot, please be sure to sign the envelope and drop it in the mail, or at a ballot drop off box by Tuesday morning to ensure your ballot is counted. You can also drop your ballot at a local Voter Assistance Center. 

The sites designated as Voter Assistance Centers will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 31; Sunday, November 1; and Monday, November 2, 2020. On Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the Voter Assistance Centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. These centers will provide a place for residents to drop off their ballots in person and register to vote. In addition to these services, if a resident has questions regarding the voting process they can come to one of the centers for assistance. Voting booths will be available on a limited basis. 

Local Voter Assistance Center Locations:

Romoland School District Office Board Room

25900 Leon Road, Homeland, CA 92548

Boulder Ridge Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room

27327 Junipero Road, Menifee, CA 92585

Marion V. Ashley Community Center Multi-Purpose Rooms 1 & 2

25625 Briggs Road Menifee, CA 92585

For a complete list of Voter Assistance Centers throughout Riverside County, please visit www.voteinfo.net 

To ensure the safety of all participants, the Riverside County Registrar of Voters Team will be disinfecting anything touched by voters after each use. In addition, all voting assistance staff will be required to wear masks and masks will be provided for all voters. Riverside County Registrar of Voters released this video to provide voters with an idea of what to expect when visiting a Voter Assistance Center.

 


October 22, 2020: Voter Assistance Centers

Dear RSD Community, 

Following the Direction of Executive Order N-67-20 signed by Governor Newsom on June 3, 2020, various Riverside County school district facilities are being utilized as polling centers to ensure at least one polling place per 10,000 registered voters is made available for voting. 

The sites designated as Voter Assistance Centers will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 31; Sunday, November 1; and Monday, November 2, 2020. On Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020 the Voter Assistance Centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. These centers will provide a place for residents to drop off their ballots in person and register to vote. In addition to these services, if a resident has questions regarding the voting process they can come to one of the centers for assistance. Voting booths will be available on a limited basis. 

 

Local Voter Assistance Center Locations: 

 

Romoland School District Office Board Room

25900 Leon Road, Homeland, CA 92548

 

Boulder Ridge Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room

27327 Junipero Road, Menifee, CA 92585

 

Marion V. Ashley Community Center Multi-Purpose Rooms 1 & 2

25625 Briggs Road Menifee, CA 92585

 

For a complete list of Voter Assistance Centers throughout Riverside County, please visit www.voteinfo.net 

To ensure the safety of all participants, the Riverside County Registrar of Voters Team will be disinfecting anything touched by voters after each use. In addition, all voting assistance staff will be required to wear masks and masks will be provided for all voters. Riverside County Registrar of Voters released this video to provide voters with an idea of what to expect when visiting a Voter Assistance Center. 


For a list of Ballot Drop-Off locations available before October 31, 2020, please visit the Riverside County Registrar of Voters website here: https://www.voteinfo.net/

 


October 13, 2020: FEV Online Tutoring

Dear Parent or Guardian,

We are excited to announce a new service for students, FEV online tutoring. FEV is a 24/7 on-demand homework help service with a fast tutor response time, and it is available to all students in Romoland School District. Students are able to log on to FEV tutoring through Clever. Parents/guardians can also contact FEV and schedule a tutoring session for a student by emailing ca@fevtutor.com or calling (855) 763-2607 and providing FEV with the following information: student name, school name, parent/guardian name, and contact information. Click here for the “FEV Getting Started” guide

Learn more about FEV online tutoring on our website here: romoland.net


October 12, 2020: No School on Friday

Friendly reminder that this Friday, October 16, 2020, is a non-student day. There will be no virtual learning classes and meal services will not be available on Friday. 

Classes and meal services will resume on Monday, October 19, 2020. 


October 9, 2020: FEV Online Tutoring

Dear Parent or Guardian, 

We are excited to announce a new service for students, FEV online tutoring. FEV is a 24/7 on-demand homework help service with a fast tutor response time, and it is available to all students in Romoland School District. Students are able to log on to FEV tutoring through Clever. Parents/guardians can also contact FEV and schedule a tutoring session for a student by emailing ca@fevtutor.com or calling (855) 763-2607 and providing FEV with the following information: student name, school name, parent/guardian name, and contact information. Click here for the “FEV Getting Started” guide.

Learn more about FEV online tutoring on our website here: romoland.net


October 8, 2020: FEV Online Tutoring

Dear Parent or Guardian,

We are excited to announce a new service for students, FEV online tutoring. FEV is a 24/7 on-demand homework help service with a fast tutor response time, and it is available to all students in Romoland School District. Students are able to log on to FEV tutoring through Clever. Parents/guardians can also contact FEV and schedule a tutoring session for a student by emailing ca@fevtutor.com or calling (855) 763-2607 and providing FEV with the following information: student name, school name, parent/guardian name, and contact information. Click here for the “FEV Getting Started” guide.


October 5, 2020: Trimester 1 Progress Reports

Dear Parent or Guardian,

This year we transitioned to a new student information system, Aeries. Aeries includes a Parent Portal on which you can review student information, check your student’s academic progress and attendance, and arrange to have your student’s grade report emailed to you weekly. To access the Aeries Portal, visit https://romoland.aeries.net/student or download the app on your iOS or Android device. 

With the shift to Aeries our progress reports and report cards have a new format. 

  • Elementary School Progress Reports will be emailed to parents/guardians by teachers on Wednesday, Oct. 7. 
  • Middle School Progress Reports will be posted in the Aeries Parent Portal on Oct. 7.

  

We are also excited to announce a new service for students, FEV online tutoring. FEV is a 24/7 on-demand homework help service with a fast tutor response time, and it is available to all students in Romoland School District. Students will be able to log on for FEV tutoring through Clever, and this service will be available starting this Wednesday, Oct. 7. More details about FEV will be shared later this week.


October 1, 2020: GoGuardian Notification

Dear Parent or Guardian:

Romoland School District has added an online service called GoGuardian Teacher to help keep students engaged and focused on learning during class time. Over 10,000 other schools use GoGuardian to protect 5.5 million students across the world, and the Global Educator Institute has endorsed the GoGuardian Teacher product.

How are we using GoGuardian?

We have chosen GoGuardian Teacher services to:

  • Help students stay “scholarly” and more focused when learning online
  • Help assess students’ progress towards class assignments
  • Facilitate communication between teachers and students during class time

When and how does GoGuardian operate?

GoGuardian operates on our school’s managed Google accounts when students are logged into a school Chromebook with their school email address. With this tool, teachers can do things like push out online content to all students at the same time, keep students focused on learning by remotely closing other distracting tabs, and even limit students to only specific websites, if needed, during class time. Teachers can only use GoGuardian Teacher with students in their classes, and only during school hours Monday through Friday.

What are the school’s responsibilities?

Romoland School District selected GoGuardian services to help our students stay safer and more scholarly online. We will work with students during class time to help teach them digital responsibility and safety. Additionally, we will train teachers about how to operate GoGuardian and about our policies and procedures to help protect student privacy.

What are my parental/guardian and student’s responsibilities?

We ask that students use their school-managed Google accounts and school-managed devices for educational purposes within the boundaries of Romoland School District’s Responsible Use Policy.

We encourage you to discuss with your student the rules for appropriate internet usage and reinforce lessons of digital citizenship and safety. We also highly encourage you to report to us any potential cyberbullying or other sensitive issues.

How does GoGuardian help protect my student’s privacy?

To help your student remain scholarly and safe online, GoGuardian collects certain personally identifiable information about your student. GoGuardian has consulted with privacy experts, participates in privacy organizations, is a proud signatory of the Student Privacy Pledge, and has been awarded certifications by iKeepSafe for complying with both Family Education Rights and Privacy Act and California student privacy laws. For more detailed information about GoGuardian, you may visit GoGuardian’s websiteTrust & Privacy Center, and view GoGuardian’s Product Privacy Policy.


August 26, 2020: Meal Service Survey

We would like your feedback on our meal services.

We are requesting your participation in a survey regarding your family’s meal service experience. This survey will provide our district with information to help us improve meal services during virtual learning.

Please complete the survey sent to you via email.

We would appreciate your feedback by Friday, September 4, 2020.  

 


August 24, 2020: Technical Issue

Good Morning RSD Families,

Romoland School District uses a service called Clever to provide access to many of the instructional applications that our students use, as well as badge logins on TK-1st grade Chromebooks. This service is currently experiencing technical issues. 

At this time, Google Classroom and Meet are still functioning normally for students to participate in live instruction with their teachers.


August 19, 2020: RCOE ECE Child Care for Essentail Workers

Effective August 2020, Riverside County Office of Education, Early Care and Education (RCOE ECE) is available to provide needed childcare services for essential workers.

For those still physically reporting to their worksite, a temporary subsidized payment to assist with the cost of childcare services for children ages 0-13 is available through September 30, 2020. Families must receive childcare outside of their home in order to qualify for the program. Payment will be made directly to the childcare provider. 

Contact RCOE ECE to request services through email at cclupdates@rcoe.us or by calling (800) 442-4927. Please be sure to identify yourself as an essential worker and provide your best contact phone number and email address. 

For more information visit the RCOE ECE Website here: rcoe.us


 

August 1, 2020: Borrego Health Mobile Clinic

The Borrego Health Mobile Clinic is back on August 12th at Harvest Valley Elementary from 9am to 3:30pm!

Appointments are available for physicals, dental exams, vaccines, vision and hearing screenings and child wellness exams. No insurance is needed to be seen.

Call (760) 423-5090 to schedule your appointment today!

For more information, please view the flyer here