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CVHS charter committee seeks families intending to enroll in fall

By Theresa Harrington
Monday, October 17th, 2011 at 10:24 am in Education, Mt. Diablo school district.

The Clayton Valley High School charter committee is seeking families interested in enrolling in the school, if its conversion is approved to open in the fall.

Proposition 39 requires school districts to provide local charter schools with facilities that are sufficient to meet their needs. To help determine projected enrollment, charter schools are asked to provide estimates on how many students are interested in attending the school.

The Mt. Diablo school district has asked the Clayton Valley High School charter committee to provide such estimates, committee members say. The committee is requesting that all families of students in grades 8-11 interested in attending the proposed Clayton Valley Charter High School next year to fill out and return signed forms no later than October 28.

Students do not need to live in the Clayton Valley attendance area to submit an “intent to enroll” form, which is available at http://sites.google.com/site/claytonvalleycharterhighschool/intent-to-enroll.

Questions can be sent to cvchs@hotmail.com.

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