Now beginning its third year as a dependent charter school within the Palm Springs Unified School District (PSUSD), Cielo Vista Charter School is emphasizing community service in its curriculum. Lead by 28 highly regarded teachers and a principal that once attended the elementary school before its charter status, Cielo Vista has partnerships that include Mizell Senior Center and Well in the Desert. Several ongoing programs aim to teach students the attributes of a good citizen and instill a service ethic at an early age.
Shop for Cielo Vista Charter School at Palm Springs Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market Monday October 1, 4 – 8 p.m.
Cielo Vista Charter School in Palm Springs is participating in a Fresh and Easy Shopping Night event where 5% of proceeds sold between 4 – 8 p.m., at the 102 S. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs location, will be donated to the school. This fundraiser is easy, simply get your grocery shopping done and have some fun while meeting some of the amazing students, parents, teachers, and staff of Cielo Vista. Who knows, maybe even the principle, Mrs. Lynda Lake will bag your groceries.
Cielo Vista Charter School in Palm Springs will join schools from around the world to celebrate International Walk to School Day on October 3, 2012.
Cielo Vista Charter School of Palm Springs is pleased to announce its inaugural World Food Day held in collaboration with Well in the Desert, a nonprofit that provides local food assistance. The event is Friday, October 12 from 5:00PM to 8:00PM on the Cielo Vista Charter School grounds at 650 South Paseo Dorotea in Palm Springs.
With the 2012-2013 school year underway, Cielo Vista Charter School, the only charter school in the Palm Springs Unified School District (PSUSD), welcomed its newest governing board member Mark Anderson.
Elementary students and local seniors collaborate on musical performance
Cielo Vista Charter School, in conjunction with the Mizell Senior Center, will present “The Quest,” a musical that was born out of an intergenerational program supported by the Auen Foundation. “The Quest” was written by teachers and parents from Cielo Vista Charter School and produced with the assistance of volunteers from the Mizell Senior Center. The one-night only performance is Wednesday, June 20 at 6 p.m. at the Palm Springs High School Auditorium and will feature more than 200 elementary students, K-6th grade.
Honoring Palm Springs Historical Society and Anderson Children’s Foundation
“SCHOOL OF CHOICE” SELLING TICKETS UNTIL MARCH 11
Advance tickets for the Palm Springs West Fest and Frank Bogert Memorial Rodeo are now on sale through a fundraiser for Cielo Vista Charter School (CVC). The “public school of choice” was selected as one of only a few non-profits that will receive 20-percent of its ticket sales.
Tickets are available for purchased until Friday, March 11 at the Cielo Vista Charter School office, 650 Paseo Dorotea, Palm Springs and at Palm Springs Florist, 894 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs. Adult tickets are $25; seniors are $20; children 14 and under are $10. Additional reserved seat tickets are also available from $33-39.