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  • Applications for CVUSD Senior College Scholarships Now Available

    Students in CVUSD’s Class of 2019 are invited to complete an application for one of four scholarships available through the District. Applications are due by NOON on May 10, 2019 to the student’s high school principal’s office. The scholarships are: Spirit of the Chino Valley Unified School District—to a student who has volunteered, servedin a student leadership role, participated in school activities that promote good citizenship, and has an outstanding attendance record. President’s Award—to a student with financial need for college. Superintendent’s Award—to a student who earned an overall grade point average of 3.8 or higher.

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  • Five CVUSD School Teams Advance to World Finals of Odyssey of the Mind Competition

    An astounding 33 CVUSD students comprising five CVUSD school teams have conquered Odyssey of the Mind State competitions and are eligible to compete in the World Finals this May at Michigan State University! The CVUSD teams to beat at the World Finals are from Chino High School (grades 9-12); Wickman Elementary School (grades 4-5); Oakridge Elementary School (grades 5-6); Canyon Hills Junior High School (grades 8) and the youngest winners from Eagle Canyon Elementary School (grades 1-3)!

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  • Briggs K-8 Students Win Regional Rube Goldberg Competition

    Briggs does it again! We are so proud of our Briggs students for taking home first place in the middle school division of the Regional Rube Goldberg competition on February 13, 2019! The Briggs team also earned two community awards, both for Most Creative, from Wells Fargo and from the Garner Holt Productions, Inc. Next stop for the Pigs from Briggs: The National Rube Goldberg competition this spring in Indiana!

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  • Suicide Prevention Awareness Resource Materials Available

    The CVUSD Suicide Prevention Awareness event on January 23, 2019 provided information and advice to parents, guardians and the community about how to help students who are struggling with emotional issues. Expert speaker Dr. Dianne Vargas has provided resource materials to community members who may not have been able to attend, or attendees who want written resources that were discussed during the presentation.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Vacancy on Chino Community Services Commission
    Do you want to contribute to your community and residents' quality of life? Consider applying for the Board of Education appointment to the City of Chino Community Services Commission. You will serve until June 30, 2020 in an advisory capacity to the City Council in the areas of recreation, human services, parks and open space. Deadline for applications is April 26, 2019. Get the application HERE.

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  • Free Six-Week Course on Mental Health and Illness
    Learn from mental health professionals about mental illness, what it looks like and how to to help your children and families. CVUSD nurse Jenny Mott and Maria DeLaTorre will be presenting a FREE six-week series on the Basics of helping your child with behaviors that may be interrupting their learning. This NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) class will cover various types of mental illness- anxiety, depression, ADD, ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, disruptive mood disorder, conduct disorder, child onset schizophrenia, substance abuse disorder, and co-occurring disorders

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  • Kindergarten Registration Now Open
    For the 2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration dates at your school site,  please refer to the chart below. Registration occurs at school sites. Please contact individual school sites for further information.

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