Summit View Home-Based Program

Parent & Student University

What is expected of the parent in the home-based program?

What is Expected of the Parent in the Elementary Home-Based Program?

  • Review, sign & return SVHP Independent Study Master Learning Agreement

  • Attend weekly 1:1 conferences with the SVHP Advisory Teacher

  • Ensure the student attends daily live interaction and synchronous instruction, as scheduled

  • Collaborate with the SVHP Advisory Teacher re: Attendance

  • Use RUSD Curriculum

  • Follow pacing of RUSD Curriculum

  • Use teacher's Google Classroom

  • Lesson Planning and Teaching

  • Submit work samples

  • Submit student assignments

  • Monitor student progress and grades

  • Provide Advisory Teacher access to your child to administer and proctor assessments

  • Ensure the child attends tutoring if the teacher assigns it and/or for Basic/Below Basic marks

  • Ensure student is working the required number of minutes per day, 5 days a week. (see Elementary Page)

  • Ensure the student has access to materials and technology to access and complete work/teacher's Google Classroom

What is Expected of the Parent in the Secondary Home-Based Program?

  • Review, sign & return SVHP Independent Study Master Learning Agreement

  • Ensure the student attends weekly conferences with the SVHP Advisory Teacher

  • Ensure the student attends daily/weekly live interaction and synchronous instruction, as scheduled.

  • Collaborate with the SVHP Advisory Teacher re: Attendance

  • Attend monthly (at least) conferences with the SVHP Advisory Teacher

  • Use of RUSD Curriculum

  • Ensure the student remains on pace in the curriculum

  • Monitor student progress, grades, and credits earned

  • Ensure student attends tutoring if the teacher has assigned it and/or for D/F grades

  • Maintain regular communication with the SVHP Advisory Teacher

  • Ensure student is working the required number of minutes per day, 5 days a week. (see Secondary Page)

  • Ensure the student has access to materials and technology to access and complete work/teacher's Google Classroom

Important Program Information

Elem. SVHP Progress Reports & Report Card Slides

SVHP Elementary Progress Reports & Report Cards

Please review the progress report and report card (4th grade sample) to ensure that you know what is expected of your child to earn a specific report card grade.

Principal's Message

Welcome to a new and exciting school year at EOC. As the Director of Alternative Education, I strive to make sure every student is provided with a safe learning environment where students are supported by a dedicated staff that focuses on ensuring academic success. We strive to create a culture of success where students gain a sense of pride and belonging as they prepare for their future.

With the partnership of our parents and the community, our focus is to support students in overcoming the unique challenges they have faced and move them toward graduation, and develop the skills they will use to be successful in their plans after high school. We are committed to developing relationships that are based on trust and respect so that students feel valued as we support them in reaching their potential. We aim to develop students to become lifelong learners who are critical thinkers prepared for college and careers.

I look forward to a successful year for all students.

Hector Valdez, Director of Alternative Education

Educational Options Center (EOC) is a RUSD campus and the home of Raincross H.S., Opportunity Program, and Summit View Home-Based Program. EOC also houses a Riverside County Office of Education Program (Come Back Kids), a RUSD Head Start Preschool, and Diploma Access Academy, a program that EOC staff work closely with to support students with significant credit deficiency.

“It takes a village.”

-African Proverb