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6th Grade Enrollment Information for the 2020-2021 School Year

Castro Valley Unified School District 6th Grade Enrollment Information for the 2020-2021 School Year
Enrollment into either of the two middle schools in CVUSD is not determined by attendance boundaries.
Current 5th grade students who reside within the district boundaries may apply to a preferred Middle School February 29 - March 13, 2020.
Important enrollment dates are listed below for students entering the 6th grade.
6th Grade Parent Information Night Parents/guardians are welcome to attend either or both middle school presentations below:

February 13, 2020 at 7:00pm – Creekside (self guided tour begins at 6:30pm)

SIBLING APPLICATIONS: February 28, 2020 -Deadline for submission of 6th Grade Sibling Applications. 5th grade siblings of current 6th and 7th grade middle school students are guaranteed enrollment at their sibling’s school for the 2020-2021 school year if a 6th Grade Sibling Enrollment Application is received on or before 3:30pm on Friday, February 28, 2020. ***A Statement of Residency Form and all of the required residency documentation (PGE and one other bill) must be submitted with the form.

NON-SIBLING APPLICATIONS: February 29– March 13, 2020 (see dates and times on application) Parents of non-Siblings of current 5th Grade Students may submit the 6th Grade Enrollment Application, along with a Statement of Residency Form and all of the required residency documentation (PGE bill and one other bill) to the middle school of your choice by 3:30pm on Friday, March 13, 2020.

**If either middle school exceeds their enrollment cap, placement will be determined by lottery. If needed, the lottery will take place on Monday, March 16, at 4:30pm in the CVUSD Board Room.

For Applications and Statement of Residency forms please click on the link below:

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2020-2021 Enrollment Information Now Available!!!

Planning for the 2020-2021 school year is fast approaching and we want to be sure that everyone knows about timelines and requirements.  

Enrollment and Registration information, including all timelines, can be found by visiting the Student Services Department and referring to links in the right-hand column.
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Information regarding Coronavirus

The safety of our students and staff is our number one priority. Please read the information from the Alameda County Public Health Department and Alameda County Office of Education Superintendent Monroe on Coronavirus and follow the important guidelines included. As always, we will continue monitoring the situation and will share updates as appropriate.
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ACOE Census 2020 PSA Contest

The Alameda County Office of Education is sponsoring a video contest with the support of California Complete Count.

This is a chance to be creative, get your work to a wide audience, and have a chance to win money!

Any student in kindergarten through 12th grade who attends school in Alameda County can participate. Students may enter individually or as a group, including school organizations and clubs.
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The Best Animal Minds - Science Talk by Castro Valley Science, CVEF, Wonderfest

Don't miss this fascinating talk!

Human beings tend to prefer cross-species measurements that put us at the top of the scale. Intelligence is one such measure. Are humans really the most intelligent creatures on the planet? Should this be obvious given our problem-solving ability and big brains? This presentation will look at some examples of animal intelligence, explore language studies in animals, and attempt to place human intelligence within our own environmental context.
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