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Lyle S. Briggs K-8 News and Headlines

  • Data Confirmation on the Aeries Parent Portal

    All paperwork that is traditionally filled out each summer is now ONLINE through the Aeries Parent Portal. Please complete the forms, which are located under the Student Info > Data Confirmation tab in Aeries. This can only be accessed on the desktop version of the Parent Portal. If you need assistance with your Aeries Parent Portal, please call our main office at (909) 628-6497. Thank you for your continued partnership.

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  • 2022-2023 Enrollment/ Transfer Information

    All students, including siblings of current students, wishing to attend Briggs must apply for a transfer. Click on the link above for additional information.

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  • PBIS Information

    Click above to view information on what the PBIS system is, the PBIS newsletter, and information regarding PBIS at our school.

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  • Parent/Community Panther Perk Link

    Have you seen your student be RESPONSIBLE, RESPECTFUL or SAFE at home? Click on the link above to award them a virtual panther perk!

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  • Parent/Guardians Request for Assistance 2021- 2022

    If you would like us to contact you or your student, please complete the following questions. We will be checking the responses on this form daily but someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Note for Educators: All educators are mandated reporters and must immediately report any suspected child abuse or neglect to Child Protective Services. Note: Below are resources available should you find yourself or someone else in a situation where immediate mental health services are needed. National Suicide Prevention Hotline --- 1.800.273.8255 Central Crisis & Suicide Prevention Hotline --- 1.888.506.5991 Crisis Text Line --- Text HOME to 741741 Please understand that confidentiality cannot be guaranteed in virtual meetings. CVUSD counselors will make every effort to ensure a confidential conversation, and as always, if there is a concern that you may harm yourself or others, or that someone is causing you significant harm the appropriate persons will be contacted.

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  • Elementary Student Request for Assistance 2021-2022

    Hi Briggs student! If you would like your counselor or someone else from school to contact you please complete the following questions as best as possible. --------Please remember that if you're having an emergency, call 911------ I or someone from school will be checking this forms on a daily basis, someone will get back to you as soon as possible. I want to also remind you that school counselors practice confidentiality. That means that everything you and I discuss is confidential unless it's disclosed that a student is in danger of any kind: hurting himself/herself or someone else is hurting them in any way. Note: Below are resources available should you find yourself or someone else in a situation where immediate mental health services are needed. National Suicide Prevention Hotline --- 1.800.273.8255 Central Crisis & Suicide Prevention Hotline --- 1.888.506.5991 Crisis Text Line --- Text HOME to 741741

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  • Jr. High Student Request For Assistance 2021-2022

    Hi ------- Student! If you would like your counselor or someone else from school to contact you please complete the following questions as best as possible. --------Please remember that if you're having an emergency, call 911------ I or someone from school will be checking this form on a daily basis so you should hear back from someone as soon as possible. I want to also remind you that school counselors practice confidentiality. That means that everything you and I discuss is private unless it's disclosed that a student is in danger of any kind: hurting himself/herself or someone else is hurting them in any way. Note: Below are resources available should you find yourself or someone else in a situation where immediate mental health services are needed. National Suicide Prevention Hotline --- 1.800.273.8255 Central Crisis & Suicide Prevention Hotline --- 1.888.506.5991 Crisis Text Line --- Text HOME to 741741

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  • Online Registration Now Available

    If you are the parent/guardian of a student(s) you would like to enroll for the first time at CVUSD, you can now do most of the enrollment online! Click on the "Read More" hyperlink below to begin the online enrollment process. School site personnel will then contact you regarding further registration requirements. If you are unable to access the Internet or if you need assistance with the enrollment process, contact your school site. If you are the parent/guardian of a current student at CVUSD, no action is necessary until you receive more instructions from your school site.

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  • Information on Raptor Visitor/Volunteer Check-in Procedures

    In an effort to ensure better campus safety CVUSD schools will utilize the Raptor Visitor Management System. Please click above to view additional information regarding Raptor.

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  • Briggs' Associated Student Body (ASB)

    ASB stands for Associated Student Body and represents the interests of all Briggs K-8 scholars. Students who participate in ASB foster a positive atmosphere during the school day which encourages students to feel connected to their school. Briggs’ ASB students aspire to ensure a well-rounded K-8 experience though collaboration, planning and organizing activities such as dances, Spirit Days, assemblies, and community projects throughout the year. Our ASB students are mentored by Mrs. Collins.

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  • AVID

    Briggs’ Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Program, is a College Readiness System dedicated to preparing all students for college, career and other postsecondary choices. Students receive a rigorous program of instruction in academic "survival skills" and college level readiness skills. The AVID program teaches students how to study, read for content, take notes, and manage time. Students participate in collaborative study groups or tutorials led by tutors who use skillful questioning to bring students to a higher level of understanding. We love Mrs. Bader, our AVID Coordinator!

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  • Project Lead The Way (PLTW) 6-8 Gateway (GTW)

    The hands-on program boosts classroom engagement and excitement, drives collaboration, and inspires “aha! moments” and deep comprehension. And as students engage in PLTW’s activities in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science, they see a range of paths and possibilities they can look forward to in high school and beyond. Gateway is “activity oriented” to show students how technology is used in engineering to solve everyday problems and is designed to spark an interest in STEM subjects as well as prepare students for further study in high school.

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  • Project Lead The Way (PLTW) K-5 Launch Design

    PLTW Launch introduces young minds to the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and math. Through PLTW Launch, our program for kindergarten through fifth grade, students become problem solvers. They use structured approaches like the engineering design process and employ critical thinking. They apply STEM knowledge, skills, and habits of mind, learning that it's okay to take risks and make mistakes. As teachers and students learn and discover together.

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