Special Education

Programa de almuerzo gratis y precio reducido

Las familias que califican para el almuerzo gratis y precio reducido también califican para:

  • Tarjetas de autobús a precio reducido
  • Cuidado antes y después el día escolar a precio reducido
  • Almuerzo gratis y precio reducido

Para aplicar nuestro programa de almuerzo gratis y precio reducido, completa una solicitud y devuélvala a la oficina de RVC.

A continuación, se inscribirá en almuerzo gratis o de precio reducido, autobús y cuidado antes o después del día escolar directamente con nuestra oficina, no en línea.

Enlaces a la aplicación:

Dirección de envio a RVC:

Ross Valley Charter
PO Box 971
Fairfax, CA 94978

Para obtener más información, llame a la oficina de RVC al 415.534.6970.


Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Program

Families that qualify for our Free and Reduced lunch program qualify for

To apply for our Free and Reduced Lunch program, fill out an application and return it to the RVC office. You will then sign up for reduced priced lunches, bus, and/or before/after care directly through our office, rather than online.

Application Links:

RVC Mailing Address:

Ross Valley Charter
PO Box 971
Fairfax, CA 94978

For more information, call the RVC office at 415.534.6970.

Special Education at RVC

RVC is committed to an inclusion approach for children with special educational needs. RVC’s full-time, credentialed special education teacher is a part of our teaching team delivering these services in the context of RVC’s overall child-centered approach and in collaboration with the general education teachers to support each child’s particular needs and abilities.

RVC provides all state-required services to children with Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and 504 Plans. Details on this can be found on pages 88-100 of the RVC charter petition. These details were approved as satisfactory by both the Marin County Office of Education and the California Department of Education in 2015.

RVC has joined the El Dorado Charter SELPA (more information about Special Education Local Plan Areas here), a consortia that serves hundreds of charter schools throughout California and is committed to special education being an inherent part of their schools’ visions as well as compliant with all legal requirements.

In addition, one of RVC’s board members is a special education parent and serves on the Marin County Strategic Planning Task Force. RVC will work with Marin County and Sonoma County Special Education offices for local training and collaboration.

The proportion of special education students in public charter schools and non-charter public schools throughout California is equivalent.

To learn more about special education at Charter schools, read more here.

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