Springs’ San Fernando Valley Personalized Learning Center has opened for the new school year serving 39 students grades K-6. Students are attending virtually, and will return to in-person learning at a San Fernando Valley site as state restrictions on in-person learning are lifted.
The center has hired a new ELA and Social Studies teacher, Christy Kite, and will hold its first Project Based Learning presentation of the school year on Thursday, October 29, at 6 p.m. Prospective students and their families are encouraged to watch the presentation to learn more about the school – contact Jacquelyn Hunter, Jacquelyn.email@example.com or (949) 680-7037 to receive a link to access the presentation or if you have questions about the school.
When in-person learning resumes, students will attend classes three days a week, Tuesday through Thursday, with home-study on Mondays and Fridays (as well as optional elective classes). A few spaces remain for new students. To enroll your child, click here and choose the San Fernando Valley location.