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  • Student "One-Stop-Shop" Webpage

    The safety and overall well-being of our students is a district priority, and CVUSD staff are excited to introduce a newly created “One-Stop-Shop” where students can access social, emotional, and mental health supports and safety resources! Together, we can provide a positive school climate for all CVUSD students. To learn more and access resources, please select “READ MORE.”

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  •  The CVUSD bus driver team posing in front of their school bus

    CVUSD Bus Drivers Put Safety Skills to the Test at Orange County School Bus Safety "Roadeo"

    The CVUSD Transportation Department made its glorious return to the annual Orange County School Bus Safety “Roadeo” hosted by the Orange County Driver Trainer Advisory Council (OCDTAC)! Putting their knowledge and skills to the test, participants proudly showed the competition that CVUSD has some of the most professional and safest drivers in the business. To read more about CVUSD’s return to the Roadeo, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Students showcasing their engineering project

    Awesome Senior Projects Dazzle at Lugo Engineering and Design Showcase

    An automated bassinet. A sprinkler leak detection system. A flying turtle! These are some of the creations showcased by inventive Conquistador engineers at the annual Lugo Engineering and Design (LEAD) Tradeshow at Don Lugo High School on April 18th, 2024. To get the lowdown on all the fantastic projects displayed at the show, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  A group of students performing on stage at the Art & Writing Showcase

    CVUSD Students Shine during SELPA Art & Writing Showcase

    When it comes to dreaming big and reaching for their dreams, CVUSD special education kids know how to groove! Students within the West End SELPA presented original artwork, writings, and performances based on the theme “Reach for the Stars" during this year's annual Art and Writing Showcase. It was a wonderful time to support and recognize the enthusiasm and creativity of our students, and we couldn't be prouder of the fantastic work that they did. To read more about this night of celebration that highlighted student achievement, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  The administration building of Ayala High School

    Ayala HS Improves Rank on the 2024 U.S. News and World Report Best High School List

    Ayala HS is moving on up! This year’s prestigious U.S. News and World Report Best High School rankings show that the Bulldogs are now in the top 8% of U.S. public high schools, which is up from the top 10% in 2023. Based on quality indicators that measure how well a school is serving its students, Ayala lands in the 91st percentile of all ranked U.S. high schools. To read more about how Ayala climbed up in the rankings, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  A police officer speaking with Don Lugo students during a staged traffic collision

    DAL Participates in Students Against Drunk Driving Program

    With prom and graduation just around the corner, Chino PD hosted its second annual Students Against Drunk Driving event at Don Lugo HS to help encourage safe driving and warn against the dangers of driving impaired. Partnering with the Chino Valley Fire Department and Don Lugo HS, this event that rotates between Chino and Don Lugo High Schools proved to be as powerful as last year’s simulation. To read more about how the event unfolded on the DAL campus, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  The Townsend drumline ensemble celebrating their gold medal win

    Townsend JHS Drumline Wins Gold at the Percussion Scholastic Junior Finals!

    Townsend JHS’s drumline rose to the top with their “Rise and Grind” performance at the Southern California Percussion Alliance Percussion Scholastic Junior Finals! This whimsical musical number showcased the Rangers’ talent and skill and earned them a championship to cap off their season. To read more about the Rangers showstopping performance, select “READ MORE.”

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  • D.A.R.E. Keeps It Real at CVUSD!

    When it comes to making positive decisions, problem solving difficult circumstances, and practicing self-advocacy, 5th grade CVUSD students are ready to succeed! After completing its pilot year last school year, the D.A.R.E. program has debuted in several elementary schools for the 2023-2024 school year. To read more about the revamped D.A.R.E. program and how our students are benefitting from Officer Solano’s direction, please select “READ MORE.”

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