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Today, the Governor of the State of California recommended school campus closures continue through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. ​Rio School District has decided to follow this recommendation and keep school campuses closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.​ We will continue to adapt to the coronavirus event and provide food services, connecting with students, engaging students and families to learn, and improving the learning over time.

After this week, we move into Spring Break for two weeks and will then resume what we call RIO COMMUNITY LEARNING​ which involves teachers and staff connecting and engaging students at their homes using computers, phones, and paper documents and supplies.

We look forward to joining Ventura County in staying home as much as possible so we can stem the spread of the coronavirus. All our citizens’ health and well being is the greatest priority. Continue to connect with the District online, by phone, and as needed as we work together – family – child – school to adapt to these new challenges.

Community Learning during the Pandemic

Click to go to our Community Learning Portal for Parents, Students and Teachers.

Click to go to Rio School District Superintendents Learning Links.

Click to go to our Counselors Corner

A Message From the Principal

Dear RDV Students & Families, 

I am hoping this message finds you all well.  We are approaching the beginning of the new school year, and I am sure that you all have many questions.  I would like to provide you with as much information as I can in order to help you prepare for transitioning into Distance Learning. 

As you may know we will begin the school year in a Distance Learning model.  Students will be attending school from home until we are given the ok to begin transitioning back to school.  On our School District page there is a great deal of information on the Blended Learning model (Distance Learning & time in school).  Here is the District’s webpage

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