As we  begin our school year with learning from home, PVP Council of PTAs hopes to help you through these times with helpful resources for you, your students and your families. We are all now teachers, with parents supporting student learning at home in new ways and teachers finding new and innovative ways to teach. We must all now manage working, teaching, parenting from home, keeping our families safe and physically and mentally healthy. Here are some resources to help all of us find our way this school year. 

PVP Council of PTAs is proud to partner with the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District to help families navigate health and wellness in our uncertain times.  Click here to visit the PVPUSD Wellness page

Have you visited the PVPUSD Families Connected page on the website?  The goal of the page is to provide resources, videos, and educational material to support parents, teachers, and staff as we work together in our shared vision of empowering all students to achieve and thrive.  Click here to follow the link to visit PVPUSD Families Connected.


South Bay Families Connected (SBFC) is an additional resource available to our PVPUSD families.  Click here for their Coronavirus Support resources page.  This page was created to support families by connecting them with trusted resources and information as we stay safer at home together.


Especially for our teens, SBFC has a new virtual Teen Center.  Click to here visit.


Now you can add a real school breakfast and lunch to your virtual learning day. The District is pleased to announce that beginning Tuesday, September 8th, any adolescent 18 years of age and under may pick-up a FREE breakfast and lunch! This program will run until Winter Break.
Curbside pick-up is Monday through Friday between 7:30am to 1:00pm at any of our five secondary sites. 

No pre-order required!

  • Miraleste Intermediate School
  • Palos Verdes Intermediate School
  • Ridgecrest Intermediate School
  • Palos Verdes High School
  • Palos Verdes Peninsula High School

All meals include a main entrée, choice of milk, and seasonal fruit and vegetable offerings.
Parents and guardians may pick up meals on behalf of their child/children. The community-at-large is welcome and adolescents do not need to be enrolled in the district to participate.
Menus can be found on the District’s website by clicking Parents & Students à Lunch Program or by directly visiting Feel free to contact the Food Services Department office at 310-732-0900 x34780 for any additional questions.

Need some help getting started with Microsoft Teams? Take a look at Microsoft's Distance Learning with Office 365: Guidance for Parents and Guardians.

 DID YOU MISS -  Will the Kids Be All Right:  A Conversation On the Long-Term Impact of the Pandemic On the Mental Health of Kids In California:

If you weren't able to watch, it's not too late to catch this great conversation. Watch and share the video right now or listen to an audio version.

Please also visit our resource guide, which links to every one of the great tools, resources and organizations mentioned during the event -- including the fantastic "Stress-Busting" guide shared by Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California's inspiring Surgeon General. And don't miss this recap of the event.  


 CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC): Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage
 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION:COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel

CALIFORNIA STATE PTA RESOURCES: COVID-19 Resources For Parents, Families and Educators