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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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  • Levi Dickey’s Ms. Arroyo-Mendo Named Educator of the Year!

    Congratulations to Ms. Sabrina Arroyo-Mendo, a 6th grade teacher at Levi Dickey Elementary School, for being recognized as a D53 Educator of the Year! Honoring educators across his district, Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez celebrated teachers for their commitment to shaping tomorrow’s leaders during an awards ceremony hosted at the Old Schoolhouse Museum in Chino. We invite you to “READ MORE” and discover how Ms. Arroyo-Mendo is such a valuable member of the CVUSD community and the Levi Dickey family!

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  •  CVUSD female student ducking underneath her desk and covering her head during Great Shakeout

    CVUSD Ducked, Covered, and Held During the Great CA Shakeout!

    More than 10.2 million participants registered to join this year’s Great CA Shakeout exercise! Throughout the District, students and staff dropped, covered, and held on to practice earthquake safety. After all, it’s all about preparation! Select “READ MORE” to explore the great work our students and staff accomplished as they came together to put safety first!

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  •  U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools Rankings for 2023-2024 Feature

    Three CVUSD High Schools Rank Among the Top 40% of the State’s High Schools

    In early September, U.S. News & World Report released its Best High Schools Rankings for the 2023/2024 academic year. Among those selected, Ayala High School ranked 280, Chino Hills High School 304, and Chino High School 837 out of 2,613 high schools evaluated in the state of California. To read more regarding about this outstanding recognition, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Dr. Vargas speaking at Suicide Prevention Awareness meeting

    Attendees Connect with Dr. Vargas During Suicide Prevention Awareness Forum

    Parents, guardians, and community members gathered in the Chino High School multipurpose room to attend the first Suicide Prevention Awareness forum of the 2023-24 school year and engage with content expert, Dr. Vargas. Select “Read More” to discover all the insightful information that Dr. Vargas shared with attendees, including how to identify warning signs of suicide and action steps that can be taken to keep our youth safe.

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  •  Woodcrest JHS Microsoft Showcase School logo

    Woodcrest JHS Named MS Showcase School 6 Yrs Running!

    Congratulations Wolverines for earning your 6th straight Microsoft Showcase School recognition! What’s more exciting than being identified as a leader focused on creating an environment that encourages higher levels of learning with the use of technology? Having five staff members named Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (IMEE)! To discover more about the innovative learning taking place at Woodcrest JHS and the tremendous efforts staff are taking to support student learning, please select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Photograph of National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

    Three CVUSD Seniors Recognized as NMSP Semifinalists!

    Congratulations to Aiden Choe of Ayala HS, and Allison Gao and Joel Kim of Chino Hills HS for earning an outstanding score on their 2022 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Tests (PSAT/NMSQT) and earning recognition as National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists! To learn more about these exceptional seniors qualifying to compete for 7,140 National Merit Scholarships estimated to be worth $28 million dollars, please select “READ MORE.”

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  •  CHHS Choir Singing National Anthem

    CVUSD Students and Staff Honor Victims and Heroes of 9/11

    Twenty-two years after the collapse of the Twin Towers in New York City, CVUSD students and staff gather to honor the brave efforts of first responders who heroically rushed to provide aid to the injured and the victims who perished that fateful day. As a grateful nation, we will never forget.

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  • Requests to Donate
    In response to requests to donate funds toward the case Attorney General Bonta has filed against the Chino Valley Unified School District, individuals can click HERE to submit a donation.

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  • Soroptimists of the Chino Valley host 16th annual Stepping Up event
    The Soroptimists of the CV are excited to invite CVUSD 6th grade girls to its 16th annual Stepping Up event scheduled for March 2 in the Don Lugo High School multipurpose room. For more information, please click HERE.

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  • Soap for HOPE needs our support!
    The CVUSD Care Closet needs our support to collect supplies to help provide community families in a crisis with the opportunity to "shop" for hygiene products and household cleaners. Through the Soap for HOPE drive, community members are invited to donate pivotal supplies. To donate and review a list of most needed items, please click HERE

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  • Childcare Programs Available for K-6 Students
    Looking for a safe and enriching before and after school childcare program where children K-6th grade can receive homework assistance, explore their unique interests, and enjoy nutritious snacks? Then checkout CVUSD's on-campus Fun Clubs! For more information and to access the application, please click HERE.

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