Rio Del Valle Programs

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<a href="">After School Programs</a>

After School Programs

After school programs (ASP) operate at all eight school campuses in the Rio School District. The Rio School District provides programming with the support of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme.

<a href="">Art</a>


We’re excited that this year Rio School District has brought art to all eight schools serving grades K-8. Our program is focused on the integration of the Common Core Standards where students explore art through problem solving, innovation and creativity.

<a href="">AVID</a>


AVID targets students who are capable of completing rigorous curriculum but are falling short of their potential. Typically, AVID students will be the first in their families to attend college.

<a href="">Chess Club</a>

Chess Club

The academic benefits of chess include math problem solving skills and reading comprehension, patience, logic, critical thinking, observation, pattern recognition, and many other influences.

<a href="">English Learner Program</a>

English Learner Program

The Rio School District is committed to preparing all students to succeed in a multicultural society. To achieve this goal, we offer students who are acquiring English a comprehensive and developmental English Learner Education program.

<a href="">Healthy Start</a>

Healthy Start

The Healthy Start Center will be a resource center for the community, providing services and activities to meet the needs and of children and families.

<a href="">Hip Hop Mindset</a>

Hip Hop Mindset

The Hip Hop Mindset dance program offers dance programs to elementary and intermediate schools in Ventura county. Our mission is to spread Hip Hop to the kids in our community and to inspire and motivate them through dance.

<a href="">Knightly News</a>

Knightly News

Rio Del Valle Knightly News was developed with the goal in mind to find an easy way to relay information to the students of RDV. Mrs Barnes technology class were chosen to be the on air personalities, camera operators, writers and editors.

<a href="">Learning Priority</a>

Learning Priority

Learning Priority is providing fluency assessment for all 8 Rio schools. The fluency assessment includes words per minute, accuracy, comprehension, self assessment, peer review and word work homework.

<a href="">Migrant Education</a>

Migrant Education

Funds support high quality education programs for migratory children and help ensure that migratory children.

<a href="">Music</a>


Nearly everyone enjoys music, whether listening, singing, or playing an instrument. But despite this almost universal interest, many school districts are having to do away with their music education programs.

<a href="">Robotics</a>


Students collaborate in teams to design, build, create and program robots to accomplish different tasks and complete various challenges; such as “Sumo-Bots “, “Plant Sorter”, “Maze Challenge”, and more.

<a href="">Sokicom</a>


Sokikom starts students with a diagnostic assessment in each math domain to determine where they should begin. Students learn math in a variety of games.

<a href="">VC Indian Education Consortium</a>

VC Indian Education Consortium

The Ventura County Indian Education Consortium provides direct services to American Indian and Alaskan Native students in grades K-12 in Ventura County.