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Parent & Community Info
Climate, Safety and Wellness Survey
Below are the links to the 2016-2017 Parent Climate, Safety, and Wellness Survey. If you choose to print the copy, please turn it in to the Dakota Valley Office. Copies are also available for parents at Dakota Valley, as well as access to the online version in our library.
Students in Grades 3-5 will be taking a Climate, Safety and Wellness Survey at the end of the month. If you would like to view the student survey, please contact the Dakota Valley Front Office. You do have the right to opt your child out of the survey. Link to opt your child out of the CSW Survey (by Nov. 18th).​

​Dakota Valley Accountability and Advisory Committee (DVAAC)

Vision - Ensure all DVAAC focus areas are functioning and positively supporting school community needs.

Mission - DV Accountability and Advisory Committee exists to examine and provide feedback on the school's academic, fiscal and cultural systems and how they promote student success.

Top 5 reasons to join us for DVAAC meetings

1. Get to know other parents, teachers and DV's Principal Aisha Johnson.

2. Have a forum to share your ideas and questions about your child's education.

3. Discover what is going on throughout your child's school.

4. Learn how to understand test data and review academic performance.

5. There will be sweet treats!

*Join a fun team of parents, administrators and teachers on the Dakota Valley Accountability and Advisory Council to examine and discuss topics including academic, fiscal and school climate systems. This is your chance to get involved and have your voice heard about education at Dakota Valley!

*If you would like to receive emails directly from this committee, including agendas and minutes for the meetings, please email We will provide free childcare for all DVAAC meetings.


Heather Phipps and Brit Stantz ​(parent co-chairs)​

2016-2017 Downloads for Accountability

Coming soon

PASS (Partnerships for Academically Successful Students) Website-  What is the PASS mission statement? To build an inclusive school community that promotes the development of confident global leaders and success for all students through empowerment by partnerships between school and families.
Current 2016-2017 PTCO Office

President - Ami Grube

President Elect - Open Position

Treasurer - Lori Finch

Treasurer Elect - Kim Luck

Secretary - Amanda Keith

Communications - Kendra Scott

Events - Stephanie Murphy

Fundraising - Lindsay Rodriguez

Box Tops - Lauren Bermudez

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