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Halloween Celebration Brings Our School Back Together

Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarteners dress as bats for Halloween

After school closure due to power outages, RVC re-opened just in time for our community to celebrate Halloween with our wonderful traditions. The campus was filled with joy and excitement, which was a wonderful reset from the uncertainty of the week. After a lot of pumpkin cleaning by our family volunteers, the multi-age Buddy Families…

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Extra! Extra! Read All About it! The RVC Reporter Goes to Press!

Elementary school newspaper staff holding the first edition of their newspaper.

This week marks the launch of RVC’s student-written newspaper, The RVC Reporter. Students worked together to report on important issues around the school, interview students about favorite books, and even create a comic strip about Greek Gods. For the full issue, click here. These curious, hardworking and diligent fact finders meet once a week after…

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RVC and Public Safety Power Shut-Offs

Marin County Office of Education's logo

The Marin County Office of Education, in coordination with schools, PG&E, the Marin County Fire Department, and the Marin County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services, is providing this information to help prepare our school community for the possibility of a Public Safety Power Shutoff that may result in a multi-day power outage. PG&E will make…

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RVC’s Move to St Rita’s Hits Restart Button for Community

An oil painting that says we heart RVC. Ross Valley Charter is a loving elementary school community.

This editorial ran in the Marin IJ on 5/20. The writer has some very strong points and the piece is well worth the read. We at Ross Valley Charter are excited to move to our own campus and we are looking forward to returning White Hill to the district for use as the 6th grade…

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The RVC Read-A-Thon

Children of different ages read together, helping each other learn

Ross Valley Charter kids love to read! This year, they are using their love of reading to raise money for our school. Every student is taking pledges, and on May 10th, we’re having an all-school Read-a-thon. Each RVC reader has a personal Read-a-thon page to share with friends and family using social media, email or…

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