Mrs. Iles Back To School Night 2018-2019

Reading Buddy

Fire Prevention

Mrs. Anderson Back To School Night 2018-2019

Madagascar Play

Dr. Jim Evan's Our Balloon Guy Back To School Night 2018-2019

Student Council running for elections (making their posters) 18-19

10/31/18

10/31/18 Fallsvale Staff

Student Council running for elections (making their posters) 18-19

Lunch time with Mrs. San Nicolas 18/19

Student of the Week Mrs. Susan Iles Class 10/26/18

Big Falls

Fallsvale's new Vice President of Student Council 2018-2019

Lunch time with Mrs. San Nicolas 18/19

Principal Awards 

10/31/18

Madagascar Play

Mrs. Susan

Fire Prevention 

Student Council running for elections (making their posters)  18-19

Music With Mrs. Betsy

Living Desert Zoo

Crazy Hair Day 2018

10/31/18

Mrs. Malissa Plowing

Student Council running for elections (making their posters) 18-19

Solar Eclipse  

Fallsvale's new President of Student Council 2018-2019

Madagascar Play

Fallsvale's new Secretary of Student Council 2018-2019

Twin Day

Student Council running for elections (making their posters) 18-19

Crazy Hair Day 2018

Mrs. Carrasquillo Back To School Night 2018-2019

Madagascar Play

Doing the "Floss" in the rain. Back To School Night 2018-2019

Madagascar Play

Student Council running for elections (making their posters) 18-19

Crazy Hair Day 

Upcoming Events

MAKE UP DAY
Date: 12/21/2018, 8 AM 2:35 PM
Location: FALLSVALE SCHOOL
School Site Council Meeting
Date: 1/17/2019, 1 PM 3 PM
Location: Fallsvale School
School Site Council Meeting
Date: 2/21/2019, 1 PM 3 PM
Location: Fallsvale
School Site Council Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 1 PM 3 PM
Location: Fallsvale

News and Announcements

AB 2022: Wellness and Mental Health Resources and National Hotline

According to the National Association of School Psychologists, "Mentally healthy children are more successful in school and life. Good mental health is critical to children’s success in school and life. Research demonstrates that students who receive social–emotional and mental health support achieve better academically.

ATTENDING SCHOOL MATTERS!

ATTENDING SCHOOL MATTERS! Your child’s attendance at school is important! Students who miss 10% or more of school are chronically absent. As a school district, we are working with parents, students, and teachers to learn more about families with challenges that may be preventing regular attendance. We are reaching out to parents/guardians of children who have poor attendance.

More than seven million students nationwide are chronically absent from school – missing so much school, for any reason, that they are academically at risk. Starting as early as preschool and kindergarten, chronic absence erodes students’ ability to learn and achieve in school. It increases the likelihood that children will be unable to read well by third grade, fail classes in middle school and drop out of high school. As parents/guardians, you play a major part in the solution to improving your child’s learning capacity by prioritizing school and encouraging attendance each and every day.

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