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  • Join PTA | SVPTA

    Join PTA Today! Help strengthen our community & make an impact by joining one or more of our SVUSD school PTAs below. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ​ Cielo Vista Elementary ​ Del Cerro Elementary ​ Del Lago Elementary ​ De Portola Elementary ​ Foothill Ranch Elementary ​ Gates Elementary ​ Glen Yermo Elementary ​ La Madera Elementary ​ Linda Vista Elementary ​ Lomorena Elementary ​ Melinda Heights Elementary ​ Montevideo Elementary ​ Olivewood Elementary coming soon ​ Portola Hills Elementary Rancho Canada Elementary ​ Robinson Elementary ​ San Joaquin Elementary ​ Santiago STEAM Magnet Elementary ​ Trabuco Elementary ​ Trabuco Mesa Elementary ​ Valencia Elementary ​ Intermediate & High Schools ​ Laguna Hills High School ​ Los Alisos Intermediate ​ Serrano Intermediate Trabuco Hills High School ​

  • SVPTA Photos | SVPTA

    SVPTA Event Photos 2019-20 Presidents & Principals Breakfast

  • Special Education | SVPTA

    Special Education About Us PTA Special Education Liaisons- We are a volunteer group of parents with children on an IEP who advocate for all children while making sure the schools and PTA have an eye on inclusion. We have a liaison at each school in SVUSD (there are a few open) This role is also the bridge between SPED Administrators, teachers, staff and parents. This is a great person to contact if you have any questions about your child having the most inclusive school experience (outside of academics which would be your IEP Team). Here is an updated contact list and if the position is open at your school email us at . PTA SPED Liaisons Directory Handbooks Elementary Intermediate/High School PTA Budget Worksheet PTA SPED Calendar Get Involved 1. PTA Join the Parent List Join us on FB ​ Volunteer (e-mail) Join our Parent-to-Parent Mentoring group (Schedule & Info on the table below) ​ 2. CAC Join the South Orange County CAC (Community Advisory Committee) Through SELPA (Special Education and Local Plan Area). Email: ​ Follow on FB ​ Website: Community Advisory Committee (CAC) | Educational Services ​ 23/24 CAC Meeting Calendar: English Donate Your donation makes a difference! Donations help us pay for parent education and community building events. And cookies. Lots of cookies. Make a donation to the SVPTA Special Education Advocacy via check payable to “SVPTA-SPED” Have concerns about your child?​ Find out where to start if you have concerns about your child, or want to learn more about IEPs and 504 plans. Learn more Resources Special Education Office: (949) 580-3206 ​ 2022/23 PTA SPED Contacts Back to school toolkit IEP Resources: IEP Checklist to Assist Parents Positive Student Profile to give to your child's IEP Team Undivided Website ​ Procedural Safeguards: English Spanish SVPTA Special Education Liaison Kris S.

  • Join Our Board | SVPTA

    Join Our Board SVPTA is looking to add a Bilingual Liaison and Diversity & Inclusion Advocate to our board. If you are interested in either of these positions, please fill out the inquiry form below. First Name Last Name Email SVPTA School(s) that your student(s) attend Which position(s) are you interested in? Bilingual Liaison Diversity & Inclusion Advocate Send Thank you for your interest! SVPTA President, Michele Sparks, will be in touch will you soon.

  • Art Submission Form | SVPTA

    Share your art story Parent First Name* Parent Last Name* Email* Phone Student First Name* Student Last Name* School Name* Upload your art Max File Size 15MB Provide a brief description* Submit Thanks for submitting! Click here to go back to the Arts Advocacy to do list

  • Reflections | SVPTA

    Reflections "I am Hopeful Because…" ​ That’s the theme for the 2023-24 Reflections Art Program, which has been bringing the arts to life for more than 10 million students since 1969. California State PTA and its members, families and kids are on the forefront of this amazing program, which increases community awareness of the importance of arts in education. ​ How to Run Reflections at Your School View the Powerpoint Guide Link to Copy Online Entry Form Sign in to correct gmail account Make a copy Restore Folders Once completed, form will be on your google drive S tep by step instructions on how to copy the sample entry form.** ** It is important that you make a copy first and put your reflections email address on in the forms, others we will receive ALL your submissions. All school winners are due to SVPTA by November 2nd and MUST be submitted electronically. Look for more info to come on how to submit your winners. ​ If you have any questions, you can schedule a phone or zoom call with Reflections Chair, so she can walk you through the steps - Reflections encourages students of all ages to: ​ Unleash creative talents and be inspired Express themselves imaginatively in their artwork Experience the fun and joy of making art Tap into critical-thinking skills to create art inspired by the annual theme Receive positive recognition for their original works of art Click here to see the winners of the CAPTA 2022-2023 Reflections Art Program. ​ All students attending PTA schools sponsoring the program are invited to participate and submit original artwork in one of six areas: ​ Dance Choreography Literature Photography Film Production Music Composition Visual Arts ​ Artworks are submitted first to school-level PTAs, where they are first recognized, celebrated and judged by five grade-level divisions, while a non-judged Special Artists division celebrates student artists with special needs. School PTAs then choose a selection of entries to be judged by local PTA units, which are then sent on to councils and then districts for consideration. The final artworks submitted to California State PTA by districts are then considered for Outstanding Interpretation, Awards of Excellence or Awards of Merit. Outstanding Interpretation and Award of Excellence entries then go on to represent California in the final National PTA judging round. Forms and Resources Enroll your PTA in the 2023-2024 National PTA Reflections Student Entry Packet including entry form and rules, available in English and Spanish Guides for Local Leaders in English and Spanish CAPTA Online Entry Form Video National PTA Reflection CAPTA Reflections Page Google Folder Logos Rules Local Leader Guide Participation Forms Unit Training Presentation Reflections Chair Jaime R.

  • About | SVPTA

    A Little Bit About Us SVPTA Mission Statement​ ​ The mission of the Saddleback Valley PTA is to empower our units, families and community members to become effective advocates for all children. Hello SVUSD community, My name is Catherine Beeny and I am delighted to be the SVPTA Council President for the 2023-24 school year. I am full of great enthusiasm and optimism as we embark on the new school year. I’ve been involved with PTA since my now senior daughter was in kindergarten and I volunteered to be the Jog-a-Thon chairperson, because I thought it would a piece of cake 🤣. I had no idea what I was doing back then, but I knew that I loved what PTA stood for and the way it brought everyone at our school together and made you feel that you were a part of something great. This year, SVPTA is focused on rebuilding relationships, and fostering community and togetherness within our school PTAs and the entire SVUSD community. We have a lot of big ideas and can't wait to get started. I encourage anyone who wants to be a part of the fun to join your school PTA and find out how you can make a difference. I look forward to a year of collaboration, growth, and shared achievements as we embark on this journey of building an even stronger SVUSD community. Your ideas, contributions, and participation are key to our success, and I can't wait to see the positive impact we'll create together. Catherine Beeny SVPTA Goals for 2023-24 PEOPLE: ​ ​ Strengthen the relationship between unit, council and our communities. Provide council mentors for unit officers. Provide training for officers. ​ PROGRAMS: ​ Share ideas for successful programs and work collaboratively when possible. Encourage the exchange of ideas and discuss concerns among units. Encourage and strengthen family engagement. ​ PROMOTE PTA: ​ By fostering legislative awareness and advocacy within all units by educating members on pertinent legislative issues and encouraging attendance at Sacramento Safari and legislative roundtables. By encouraging attendance at California State PTA Convention. By using Council and State PTA Resources including the toolkit, websites, bylaws, and other sources of communication.

  • Links | SVPTA

    Important Links National PTA Website National PTA One Voice Blog California State PTA Website Fourth District PTA Website Saddleback Valley Unified School District Website Website CAPTA Tool Kit

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  • Calendar | SVPTA

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