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  • Star with red, white and blue American flag motif and the words Happy Labor Day! Holiday on Monday

    Remember, there is no school on Monday, Sept. 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
    Have a good day off and see you back in class on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

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  • Illustration of a computer buttom with the word Feedback on it We want your feedback

    The Chino Valley Unified School District serves a vital role in our community by providing quality education to local students. Our award-winning schools significantly outperform the County and state averages, and our teachers continue to be recognized as educators of the year on both County and state levels.

    However, most of our local schools were literally built decades ago – with some built in the 1950s – and need basic health and safety improvements. We know that if we want to maintain a high-level of academic excellence for our students, we need to invest in our aging schools and technology, improve classrooms, and keep our children safe.

    As we plan for the future of our schools, we need your input! Join the Community Conversation and let us know your priorities for local schools.

    Please print out and complete the feedback form today. Mail or fax it back to us at: Chino Valley Unified School District, 5130 Riverside Drive, Chino, CA. 91710, Fax (909) 548-6096.

    To access the online feedback form, visit www.k12.ca.us/outreach.

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  • Attendance Awareness month logo featuring three students sitting at their desk September is Attendance Awareness Month -- How Can You Help?

    Parents and families are essential partners in promoting good attendance because they have the bottom-line responsibility for making sure their children get to school every day. Just as parents should focus on how their children are performing academically, they have a responsibility to set expectations for good attendance and to monitor their children’s absences, so that missed days don’t add up to academic trouble.

    For ideas on improving your elementary child's attendance, check out this Parent Handout.

    Attendance tips for parents of secondary (junior high and high school) students are available in this handout.

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  • Illustration of multiple answer test and pencil SAT will be offered free Oct. 14

    The college entrance exam -- the SAT -- will be offered free to Chino Valley Unified School District 12th graders on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at their school.

    For more information in English, click here

    Para obtener más información en español, haga click aquí

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  • California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress logo Student assessment score reports to be released to schools in September

    Chino Valley Unified School District students participated in the new computerized assessments known as Smarter Balanced assessments last spring.

     

    The assessments are new, computer-based tests that measure student knowledge of California’s English language arts and mathematics standards for grades 3-8 and 11.

     

    Originally, schools were told to expect the score reports for these assessments during our summer break. However, state officials now say they plan to release the scores in early September.

     

    Officials say that because this is the first time results on the new assessments will be released, they want to take extra care and make sure everything is accurate and complete before the official release in September. A date for these reports has not been announced.

     

    “We are taking an abundance of caution to ensure that the substantial amount of data we are receiving is properly collected and placed in new files on a new site,” department spokeswoman Pam Slater stated. “Additionally, the department will be launching a new website to display the results and needs sufficient time to test the new site.”

     

    It is important to remember that the assessment system is new, therefore student score reports will also be new and look differently. The new tests in English language arts and mathematics are too fundamentally different from the old exams to make any reliable comparisons between old scores and new. That’s why this year’s scores are better thought of as a starting point -- a baseline for the progress we expect students to make over time.

     

    We will keep parents and families updated with any new information we receive. Thank you for your patience.

     

    Click here for a flyer regarding three Parent Guides to the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments.

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  • Illustration of ruler, numbers, alphabet letters and apple surrounding the words First Day of School! It was a great day!

    For photos of the first day of the 2015-2016 school year, click here

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  • Round logo for the Hit the Greens for Scholarships 7th Annual Golf Tournament Golfing for the Class of 2015

    The 7th annual Hit the Greens for Scholarships Golf Tournament is set for 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 13 at Los Serranos Country Club in Chino Hills.

    This year's tournament will be held in conjunction with the Richard Gird Educational Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and the Chino Valley Unified School District State of the District presentation.

    Proceeds will fund scholarships for graduating seniors selected through an application process.

    The Golf Tournament has provided more than $145,000 in scholarships to date.

    For more information, click here for the poster.

    Click here for the brochure, part A.

    Click here for the brochure, part B.

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  • Illustration of chalk board with the words Let's Have a Great School Year Welcome Back!

    First day of the 2015-2016 school year is Monday, Aug. 24.

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  • Head and shoulder photo of Superintendent Wayne M. Joseph A Message from Superintendent

    Wayne M. Joseph

    It is the beginning of another school year, and we are once again imbued with a spirit of excitement, anticipation, and a renewed sense of commitment. As a theme this year, I have asked the administrators in our District to devote this school year to the memory of the untimely deaths of a number of our students over the past few years, particularly those who have taken their own lives.

    It is my hope that through their deaths we can re-commit to becoming a nicer, kinder, gentler District, one in which kindness and compassion become the rule rather than the exception. But before we can expect our students to display such attributes, we adults must model that behavior for them. Are we routinely kind and compassionate with one another, or do we allow life’s daily travails to interfere with our ability to be better human beings? Do we seek out the good in each other or do we tend to emphasize instead those things we find lacking or disagreeable in the other person?

    We have many loving and kind employees in our District who share their warmth and benevolent spirit with fellow employees and students on a daily basis. I ask us to follow their example and become better than we are both as individuals and as a District. I am confident that all of those students who have lost their lives would be honored to know that they played a significant role in moving an entire District to become a better place in which to work and go to school. I hope you agree with me that it is a goal worth pursuing.

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  • Illustration of sun shining on solar panel Solar power project approved for 13 school sites, district office

    Chino Valley Unified School District expects to save more than $20 million over the next 20 years by installing solar power fixtures at 13 school sites and the district office.

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  • Illustration of children playing, with the words Play, Learn and Grow...Together! School readiness preschool has openings

    Openings are still available for a Chino Valley Unified School District preschool program offered to students with special needs and general education students.

    Preschool Readiness Educational Partnership (P.R.E.P.) is offered three hours a day in both morning and afternoon sessions at the Adult School campus on Riverside Drive and Third Street in Chino. Children 3 to 5 years old may attend in two or four day sessions (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday).

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  • Illustration of a hand holding a circle with a tree in it and the words save energy on top Striving to keep energy costs down

    Chino Valley Unified School District has saved more than $7 million in energy costs since the 2009-2009 school year.

    Check out this comprehensive report.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/639986/EnergySavings_August2015.pdf

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  • Man in suit addressing audience in school theatre School administrators charging ahead into new school year

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    Pictured: Superintendent Wayne Joseph (left) addresses administrators at the Charge Conference on Aug. 5.

     

    Adults sitting and standing at tables, looking at documents School administrators look over documents at the annual Charge Conference. Among topics discussed were Common Core, and the new state student assessment.

     

     

     

     Man serving pork carnitas to a woman standing in line Roger Linkletter, of Acosta Food Services, serves pork carnitas at the Taste of CVUSD, held Aug. 6 in the Chino Hills High multi-purpose room as part of the Charge Conference for school administrators.

     

     

     Male police officer speaking to a group as other police officers stand in the background Chino Police Sergeant Rodney Lombard (left) talks to Chino Valley educators about dealing with intruders on campus. Also pictured are local law enforcement officials who participated in the presentation.

     

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  • Eight adults sitting around a table, one is pointing to a map on the table Community conversation on local school needs begins

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    As Chino Valley Unified District plans for the future of our schools, we need your input. Join the Community Conversation and let us know your priorities for local schools. Complete and return this community feedback form today. To access the form, www.chino.k12.ca.us/outreach.

     

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  • Assistant Superintendent Pat Miller looks at watch as School Board President Irene Hernandez-Blair looks on Retirement beckons assistant superintendent Pat Miller

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    Pictured: Assistant Superintendent Pat Miller (right) checks out the watch presented to her by school board president Irene Hernandez-Blair at the July 16 board meeting, where Miller’s retirement was accepted. Miller has been with Chino Valley Unified School District 39 years.

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  • Photo of our cellos laying on their side Four more schools slated for ‘Strings Attached!’ orchestra program

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  • Illustration of green apple and chalk board with the words SCHOOL BOARD on the chalkboard

     

    Board of Education restores, adds positions

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  • Richard Gird Education Hall of Fame logo Three named to Hall of Fame Committee

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  • Photo of man in white painting trim while standing on a scaffold Construction projects underway this summer

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     Pictured: A worker paints trim on the Don Lugo High science wing

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  • Photo of femal teacher siting at desk Krista Landgraf named 2015 Teacher of the Year by legislator

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  • Teacher in brown graduation gown surrounded by several students in white graduation gowns 'Mama Weeks' retiring after 39 years in education

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    Pictured: Longtime Don Lugo High activities director is surrounded by the school’s 2015-2016 Leadership students moments before Don Lugo’s 2015 commencement ceremony. The new leadership students provided a “welcome line” for the graduating seniors.

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  • Illustration of a one month calendar and a pencil laying across it Student attendance calendar for 2016-2017 approved

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  • Photo of group of several Chinese students Chinese students visiting two Chino Valley high schools this summer

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  • Head and shoulder photo of woman wearing glasses School board names new administrators

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    Pictured: Karen Morales, new principal at Walnut Avenue Elementary School in Chino.

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  • Board member James Na, Chino High student Adolpho Bernal, and Home and Hospital teacher Gayla Mead Illness doesn't stop Chino High student from learning

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    Pictured: James Na (left), president of the Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education presents a certificate of recognition to Chino High student Adolpho Bernal at the June 25 board meeting. With Adolpho is Gayla Mead, his Home and Hospital program teacher.

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  • High school student Shweta Shah being sworn in at board meeting Student representative to board of education named

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    Pictured: Ayala High senior Shweta Shah is sworn in as student representative to the board of education.

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  • Carttoon of red schoolhouse with sun in sky, and stick figure children playing in front of school Cal Aero Preserve Academy K-6 going year-round in 2016-2017

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  • Illustration of a green pie chart with SCHOOL BUDGET written across the top in white Changes in state budget prompt new look at district's recently adopted 2015-2016 financial plan

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  • Illustration of person reaching for a star with the words Student Success Local Control and Accountability Plan for 2015-2016 approved

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  • The words "Your donation is greatly appreciated" Our CARE program and HOPE Resource Centers need your help this summer

    Please consider assisting us as we prepare for the beginning of the new school year.  Read more by clicking on the following link.

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  • Directional sign with the words advice, help, tips, support, assistance, guidance Top counselor of 2015 named

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  • Cartoon of health technician helping a female student while a male and femal student wait in the background Health Center summer hours announced

    Summer hours for Chino Valley Unified School District’s Health Center are 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays/Miercoles. The center is closed/cerrado 12-12:30 p.m.

    Free medical care for children 0-21 years of age/Cuidado medico gratis para ninos de 0-21 anos

     --Vaccines/Vacunas

    --Physicals/Examenes fisicos

    --Sick care treatment/Tratamiento y cuidado de enfermedades

    --WIC referrals/Referencia para el programa WIC

    The Health Center is located on the Adult School Campus, 12970 Third St., room L2, Chino.

    Information: (909) 628-1201, ext. 8917 or 8935.


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  • Graduation cap and diploma with the words Congratulations Congratulations to the Class of 2015! May your future be very bright!

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  • Photo of three men, standing Associated Chino Teachers union names top teachers

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    Pictured: Elementary Teacher of the Year Stephen Buss (left) of Liberty Elementary School in Ontario, and Secondary Teacher of the Year Kenny Donovan of Ayala High in Chino Hills, stand with Associated Chino Teachers President Todd Hancock at the May 21 school board meeting.

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  • Four female teachers in a classroom  Kindergarten teacher retiring after fulfilling 'bucket list' for school

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    Pictured: Butterfield Ranch Elementary School kindergarten teachers Drew White (left), Tina Bozikis-Coccia, Kaye Katsis, and Tricia Oliver. Mrs. Katsis is retiring after 42 years in education, and the last 26 as a kindergarten teacher in the same room at Butterfield.

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  • Head and shoulders photo of Don Lugo High resource officer Dustin Kato Don Lugo’s school resource officer wins regional award

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  • Logo for the Campaign for Business & Education Excellence Seven Chino Valley schools named to prestigious honor roll by business leaders

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  • School board members and school district cabinet memebers sitting around a large table Tentative budget numbers discussed at special board meeting

    Although Chino Valley Unified School District’s budget picture appears to be rosy this school year and the next three years, Superintendent Wayne Joseph cautioned board members at a May 28 budget study session to be careful with the money the district has now in preparation for future lean years.

    Click on the following link to see the complete story.

    To view the PowerPoint presentation from the May 28 meeting, click on the following link


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    Linked Learning is transforming education for California high school students by integrating rigorous academics with career-based learning and real world workplace experiences.

    For more information, click here:

    http://www.chino.k12.ca.us/Page/12482


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  • Group of adults, some holding certificates Kramer family of Los Serranos Country Club donates money to CVUSD golf, tennis programs

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  • Students striking a yoga pose in front of Chino High Stadium bleachers Chino High yoga popular

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  • Male high school student holding certificate as people in the background applaud Chino High senior Gabriel Powell honored for heroism

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    Pictured: Chino High senior Gabriel Powell (right) holds the plaque he received from the Chino Valley Unified School District and its Board of Education May 21 for saving four people from a house fire in Chino earlier this year. Board President Irene Hernandez-Blair (left) presented the award, and Deputy Chief Jeremy Ault of the Chino Valley Independent Fire District presented a commendation to the young man. Applauding in the background are School Board Members James Na, Pamela Feix, and Superintendent Wayne Joseph.

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  • Illustration of four military men in front of waving flag with the words Chino Valley Unified School District to the right High school seniors honored at CVUSD's annual Military Salute

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  • A woman is flanked by another woman at the podium and a man with flowers Classified employees group names ‘Unsung Hero’

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    Pictured: Denise Arroyo (left), president of the Chino Valley chapter of the Classified School Employees Association (CSEA), names district attendance technician Diane McEvilly (center) the chapter’s 2015 Unsung Hero. Holding an azalea plant for Ms. McEvilly is Danny Torres, labor representative for the state association of CSEA. The presentation was made at the May 21 Chino Valley Unified District board meeting.

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  • Two women, one holding a plaque Bobby Hobby named School Nurse of the Year

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    Pictured: Bobbie Hobby (right) is introduced as the 2015 School Nurse of the Year by Laurel Mullally, Director of Health Services for Chino Valley Unified School District.

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  • Adult man showing a male high school student how to use a medical centrifuge Hands-on medical experience offered to CHHS students

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    Pictured: Chino Valley Medical Center staff member Jonathan Encarnacion shows Chino Hills High junior Hugo Padilla III how to place blood sample tubes in a centrifuge.

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  • Photo of Chino High student Andrea Ruedas Chino High senior named Gates Millennium Scholar

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  • Sheriffs Department officers speaking to junior high students from the front of the classroom Letters from Canyon Hills Junior High students warm hearts of local law enforcement officers

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  • Chino Valley Unified School District logo featuring a rising run and book District seeks attendance allowance because of Chino High lockdown

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  • Adults and child holding a reading trophy Students tackle 3 million pages, raise $100,000 in annual Read-A-Thon

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  • Illustration of a report card with all A grades High school seniors with top grade point average win awards

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  • Logo of Gold Ribbon Schools California Department of Education Ayala earns prestigious Gold Ribbon Schools Award

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  • Photo of Chino Police Chief Karen Comstock in uniform, standing in front of American flag Chino Police Chief named to Educational Hall of Fame Committee

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  • Photo of survey with pen on it Community Survey: Chino Valley schools providing quality education

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  • Initial Community Survey Results

    District Explores Options for Additional Educational Funding

     

    ·         Presentation of Key Findings

    ·      Summary Memo of Key Findings

    ·        Press Release of Key Findings

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  • Group photo of Canyon Hills Junior High color guard, holding winning banner Canyon Hills color guard takes first place at WGASC Championships

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  • Group of Ayala High students wearing red jackets Ayala students take home awards from career and technical education event

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  • Group of students interviewing a uniformed Marine Corps veteran Don Lugo High students interview, honor area veterans

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  • Male high school student holding Harvard pennant Counselors say CHHS student first to be accepted to Harvard

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  • Older man speaking at podium Ramona Junior High volunteer Education Medal of Honor winner

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  • Illustration of graduation cap and rolled up diploma with the word Scholarships at the top Seniors receive scholarships from golf tournament

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  • High school students and first responders sitting around a desk, talking First responders visit Chino High academy presentation

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  • Magnolia Junior High students in a surgery room, listening to medical professional speak Magnolia students get look at medical field

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  • Several Borba Elementary students behind a table on which there is a box of hygiene items they have collected Anna Borba Elementary shows caring spirit

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  • Large group of people walking Helping solve the puzzle

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  • Eight high school students sitting at a table Chino High athletes sign with colleges

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  • Superintendent Wayne Joseph and Liz Lara standing inside a room, filled with a fake tree, bookcase, and child's play rug Community gets look at Hope Resource Center

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    Pictured: Superintendent Wayne M. Joseph, and Child Development Program technician Liz Lara inside the Hope Resource Center on the campus of the Alternative Education Center in Chino Hills.

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