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  • It's What a Parent Can Do...

    Posted by Kim Moore at 11/20/2014
     "Showing up is more than just attending school, it is a commitment and it represents responsibility."
     
    In an effort to bring awareness to the importance of attendance, a letter from the Superintendent has been sent to parents. 
     
    To read the letter in its entirety, click here.
     
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  • Fairfield Firefighters Share Career Advice

    Posted by Allyson Rude Azevedo at 11/13/2014
    Fairfield firefighters visited students at Travis Education Center
    and shared their fire truck, equipment, and career advice. 
    This event was scheduled as part of the recent
    College and Career Fair at TEC.
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  • Solano County Office of Education Attendance Awareness Poster Contest

    Posted by Kim Moore at 11/13/2014

    Solano County Office of Education Attendance Awareness poster contest had a winner in the Travis USD!   **  Golden West student, Mary Kate Domingo  **

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    Mary Kate’s poster entry placed 3rd in the Grades 5-8 category.  Her poster was selected from among “tons” that were submitted from all Solano County School Districts!  Mary Kate was recognized for her accomplishment at the November 4th TUSD Regular Board Meeting. Congratulations Mary Kate!! 
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  • Vanden Students Honored

    Posted by Kim Moore at 11/4/2014
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    Sonja Thrasher, John Jaycee Cao and Cameron Hoover were chosen as American Legion's 2014 State Citizens and shared their experiences while at Boys/Girls State this past summer during a American Legion Auxiliary Unit 165 ceremony on October 22 (
    invitation).  Congratulations students!
     
     
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  • Health Alert

    Posted by Kim Moore at 10/10/2014

    Travis Parents and Community Members, 

    Solano Public Health recently confirmed a case of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) in a school age child.  We want to take this opportunity to provide you with information about the disease that you may have heard about in the news.

    Enteroviruses normally circulate in the summer and fall. EV-D68 typically causes mild respiratory symptoms including runny nose, sneezing, cough, muscle and/or body ache.  Fever may be present.  In some instances, people infected with EV-D68 have severe symptoms including wheezing and difficulty breathing.  Please remember, enteroviruses are not related to the Ebola virus.

    Enterovirus-D68 can be found in an infected person’s saliva, nasal mucus or sputum.  It is spread from person-to-person through coughs, sneezes or contaminated objects.   There is currently no vaccine against EV-D68.  The best way to protect yourself and your family is to wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unclean hands, avoid kissing, hugging, and sharing cups or utensils with sick people and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched, such as toys and doorknobs, especially if someone is sick.

    There is no specific treatment for people with EV-D68 infection.  For people with mild respiratory illness, symptoms can be managed by taking over-the-counter medications.  However, if your child experiences severe respiratory symptoms, including wheezing and/or shortness of breath, seek medical care immediately.  Every precaution we all take can certainly help our families and students stay as healthy as possible this school year.

    Thank you!

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  • City of Vacaville School Crossing Guards Honored at Ceremony

    Posted by Kim Moore at 8/26/2014

    The Vacaville Police Department’s annual Awards and Training Day for Crossing Guards was held recently at the department’s Emergency Operations Center.

    The Awards and Training Day, held August 12, was a chance to recognize those crossing guards who showed exemplary service during the past year; welcome new crossing guards into the organization; and provide training for the people who help get our children across the streets near schools in a safe manner.

    Captain Ian Schmutzler and Chief John Carli welcomed the 36 crossing guards in attendance and presented awards.  
     
    Among those receiving awards were Travis USD's, Oscar San Nicolas (Foxboro) given a 5 year pin, and Penny Ramey (Cambridge) given a 10 year pin and an Excellent Attendance award.  Congratulations Oscar and Penny!
     
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  • AgendaOnline

    Posted by Kim Moore at 8/7/2014
    **Effective 2014-15, Travis USD will be using AgendaOnline**
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  • Vanden Library Project Kickoff - July 31st, 2014

    Posted by Kim Moore at 8/1/2014

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    Ground breaking has officially begun!   
     
    Superintendent, Kate Wren Gavlak, was met with numerous attendees for the project kickoff ceremony, including Travis USD Governing Board members, Ivery Hood and John Dickerson, as well as Fairfield Mayor, Harry Price; Vanden Principal, Sandi Reese; Brandon King, Representative for Assemblymember Jim Frazier and many representatives from the project architect, DLR, and project contractor, Roebbelen.    Thank you to all who came.  Anticipated completion is August 2015. 
     
    Library Highlights:
    • 10,000 sq. ft. building
    • 40-station computer lab
    • Outdoor reading area
    • Teacher resource area
    • Book storage & text distribution office
    • Drought-resistant landscaping 
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