Having trouble with your internet connection?
The City has received inquiries from residents who are experiencing problems with their internet connection and are concerned about staying connected for distance learning. Any Cox Communications customers who are having trouble with their internet connection are advised to contact Government Affairs Manager Michael Hadland directly at email@example.com. Please provide your address. Customers can also report problems to Customer Support at 1-800-234-3993. The following are links to Cox Communication's troubleshooting FAQs and videos, a Wifi Optimization Guide including a helpful Infographic and Internet Experience Customer Resources.
After School Recreational Enrichment Program
In partnership with the San Pedro & Peninsula YMCA, the City is offering an After School Recreational Enrichment Program for grades K-5 at various City parks from September 14 - December 18. Activities include individual conditioning physical exercise, sports, games, arts and crafts, enrichment, science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM), recreation, service learning, nature appreciation and so much more, all designed to maintain physical distancing and follow Los Angeles County Department of Public Health protocols. This program will take place Monday – Friday (except where noted) from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on school days only. The program is 100% outdoors and will not operate on days with inclement weather. Fees are $100 per week, per child. Registration is now open! For more information and to register for the After School Recreational Enrichment Program, visit bit.ly/3jg58gA or ymcala.org. Download a program flyer at: bit.ly/3gunjxl
**UPDATE 9/9/2020: Due to lower than anticipated enrollment at Ryan Park and Eastview Park, these locations will be placed on hold until there is more interest.**
Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, K-12 schools may offer in-school services for small cohorts of (up to 12) students with:
- Individualized Education Plans (IEP);
- Requiring instruction for English as a Second Language;
- Or needing assessments or specialized in-school services
As long as the school is able to fully implement the Health Officer's guidance and protocols and submits an operational plan. This change will get children who are in the most need of in-person learning back into their classrooms.
L.A. County will not be opening the waiver program for instruction of students in grades TK-6 as we monitor the implementation of this effort to safely get students needing specialized in-school services back at school.
“At this point, Public Health will not be opening up our waiver process for schools. We will be closely reviewing the guidance from the state and will be reviewing all the options with the Board (of Supervisors) to ensure that schools are able to open as safely as possible for all children and staff.”
Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District
Free Breakfast and Lunch Curbside Pickup
Any adolescent 18 years of age and under may pick up a FREE breakfast and lunch! This program will run until winter break.
Curbside pickup is available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Miraleste Intermediate School, Palos Verdes Intermediate School, Ridgecrest Intermediate School, Palos Verdes High School and Palos Verdes Peninsula High School. No pre-order required! For more information, visit pvpusdschoolnutrition.net.
Back to School with Dr. Alex Cherniss on RPVtv
RPVtv’s Maria Serrao discusses all things back-to-school with Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified Superintendent Dr. Alex Cherniss in a virtual edition of “Around the Peninsula.”