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September 16, 2020

Magnolia Senior Participates in Virtual Summit

Armando Villanueva, 16, a senior with Springs’ Renaissance Real World Academy at the Magnolia Student Center, participated in a Fund All Kids Virtual Youth Summit with three other charter school students discussing California SB-98, signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom, which caps funding to charter schools such as Springs, restricting their growth.  Armando explained, “We talked about the impact SB-98 will have on students all across California. We spoke about our dreams after school, and how we as seniors wanted to ensure that our underclassmen had the same opportunity we had to fulfill those dreams.”

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September 15, 2020

RVA Prepares for ELL Parent Meetings

Springs Renaissance Valley Academy (RVA) is preparing to host virtual English Language Learner (ELL) parent meetings in October.  Leading up the effort are staff members Lynnette Munoz, William Fackleman, Anick Mejia and Neida Maldonado Perez.

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September 15, 2020

5th Annual Student Art Contest

Calling All Springs Artists! Springs Charter Schools is holding our 5th Annual Student Art Contest - open to all Springs students! The artwork should showcase our theme for the 2020-21 school year, Calling All Springs Heroes. The winning artwork pieces will be showcased on greeting cards, monthly e-newsletters, our website, and Daily Refreshments.

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September 15, 2020

Cherry Valley R.A.D. Week to Promote Emotional Health

Students in Springs’ Cherry Valley Homeschool Cooperative participated in an interactive R.A.D. Week in which students are guided through Social Emotional Learning activities aimed to Reduce Anxiety and Depression.  “Our goal,” said Assistant Director Tammy Slaten, “is to build the grit necessary and the positive coping skills needed for our students to thrive in today's learning environments.”

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September 15, 2020

Springs Sites Adapt Measures to Welcome Students Back

Springs' schools have welcomed back students for learning while adapting to new online measures to encourage interactivity and preparing to open their doors to students once in-person schooling is again allowed.

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September 9, 2020

Springs Opens San Fernando Valley Center

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.

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