PVP Spirit Wear

  Our PVP Sailor Shop is open for business and we are excited to say that most items are available to go home the same day they are paid for on both campuses! Pricing is as follows: Light Blue Hoodies: $25 (Adult sizes S-XL) Fanny Pack: $10 Shopping Tote: $1 Socks: $7.50 Drawstring Bag: $10…

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Transitioning Your Student to In-Person Learning

  Our Co-Founders and Co-Principals participated in a webinar about transitioning your student to in-person learning and we wanted to share the information that was shared. We are sure it can be beneficial for many families at this time. As a reminder, any information provided is intended for general information purposes. Nothing that Port View…

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What is a Classroom Support Provider (CSP)?

Today our CSP’s returned to our Tustin campus to get ready for our student return. Our Classroom Support Provider position is where most of our teachers, behavior analysts and even our Admin team began their journey with PVP! Our CSP’s are strong believers in using evidence-based and practical models to help students with complex challenges…

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What is a Nonpublic School (NPS)?

Port View Preparatory is a nonpublic school in California serving Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties… but what is a nonpublic school? We get that question a lot from parents who are currently in a district that we serve and are interested in  knowing more about our programs. Here is a little more…

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Welcome (back) to the PVP Post!

Hello and welcome back to all of our parents, staff and guests! We are thrilled to bring back the PVP Post and look forward to sharing content, creativity and more with everyone! If you take a look back at our previous posts you will find a lot of awesome memories, smiles and events that have…

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Lack of Teachers

A Teacher Shortage Affects Us All

Parents and teachers form an important partnership in the lives of special education students. The success of this partnership is threatened by the growing crisis of a shortage of qualified special education teachers in 46 states throughout the nation, including California.* According to the Learning Policy Institute, a national education think tank, math and special…

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Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Online

Behavior Therapy Benefits Parents Too

As parents of children with autism, you face many unique challenges that can take a toll on your emotional health. A recent study, published in Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, suggests that behavioral therapy isn’t just good for children with autism, but for parents who actively participate as co-therapists as well. Associate Professor at…

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