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Free and Reduced Price Student Meals
Did you know that applying for free and reduced price school meals is easy and confidential for you and your children? What’s more, if you qualify, you can save on your SDG&E gas and electric rates, mobile phone plans, Internet service, and even home computers.
Project LIFT (Literacy Inspired by Families & Technology) is a new program at La Mesa-Spring Valley Schools designed to increase the literacy and math skills of struggling English learners. By extending the learning day with take-home iPads and support, we combine the power of family engagement and technology to get students and families excited about building their English skills. To see how Project LIFT helps make literacy and math a family affair, click here.
When the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District embraced a new approach to special education three years ago, some insight from Temple Grandin, the famed professor and animal behavioral expert who has autism, was taken to heart: “There needs to be a lot more emphasis on what a child can do instead of what he cannot do.” To read more about this approach, click here.
STUDENTS SHOW AMAZING PROGRESS IN SUMMER ENGLISH LEARNER PROGRAM
A program piloted by the District over the summer has given students new to the United States a jump start on learning. After just one month in the immersion program, students gained an average half-year growth in reading and math. To read more about this program, click here.