In Chippewa Valley Schools we believe that parent involvement is the key to a great education. We have compiled resources below that will help as we navigate through our upcoming school year.
We are working hard to make this a one-stop-shop for resources, we will continue to add resources that will assist families as the school year progresses.
CVS Technology Support Page
1:1 Technology for the 2021-2022 school year:
Starting this fall, all CVS students will have a computer assigned to them. Check out the Technology Parent Newsletter to learn about the rollout. The rollout will be Rock and Roll themed, and students will have set lists, rock tours, and a backstage pass to learn all about caring for their device and using it effectively.
Issue #1 - Includes background information on our district going 1:1 as well as information concerning the logistics for each level.
Issue #2 - Includes a link to the Technology Handbook and the Acceptable Use Policies that outline expectations for use of District technology.
Issue #3 - Includes information about available resources, a ClassLink introduction, and a spotlight on caring for your district laptop.
Issue #4 - Includes information the benefits to students going 1:1 as well as the four principles of being a good digital citizen.
Issue #5 - Includes information on how to get help with student laptops, access to free Wi-Fi in the community as well as information about a local program connecting families with affordable internet.
Issue #6 - Includes information about PowerSchool, ParentPortal as well as an overview of district programs.
Other Technology Issues
Need assistance with remote learning programs? Submit a ticket at https://studenthelpdesk.cvs.k12.mi.us.
*If you receive a security alert, the page is secure. You can click on advanced options and proceed to the helpdesk site.
Social Emotional Resources
Let’s Stay Connected is a community resource developed in conjunction with the Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families and the Chippewa Valley District Crisis Coordinating Team (DCCT). It contains helpful community resources and tips for parents and community members trying to navigate the Coronavirus epidemic.
Supporting your children/teens at the start of the school year
Below are some quick links to important information:
Student Work Permits for:
Under 16 This form MUST be printed on PINK paper and signed by someone in the guidance office at the high school.
16-17 Year Olds This form MUST be printed on YELLOW paper and signed by someone in the guidance office at the high school.
Read by Grade Three
Read by Grade Three Short Video: