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    Hidden Trails' garden is ranked 1st Place by the Schools' Agriculture & Nutrition Fair.

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    Mrs. Gumaer, beloved 3rd Grade teacher retires from Hidden Trails after 34 years of service.

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    GATE Students traveled to Dana Point Harbor to experience the Living Systems Lab/Cruise with the Ocean Institute.

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    6th Grade students promoted from Hidden Trails for the 17-18 school year.

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Hidden Trails News and Headlines

  • School Quality Parent Survey Opens Oct. 1

    Every voice matters in Chino Valley USD! Share your feedback in our School Quality Parent Survey! The survey will be open October 1-November 9. Share your thoughts on student and academic support, safety and behavior, school leadership, family involvement, and more! The results will spark meaningful changes in our district and schools. Parents look for an email for an invitation and survey link, or click the School Quality Parent Survey title above to access it.

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  • Report Absences Online

    It's easy! It's convenient! Report your student's absence online with one click! Please register first.

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  • New Security System

    CVUSD has adopted a new security system called RAPTOR. All visitors planning to enter any school site must check in at the front office with a state issued I.D.

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  • School Site Council Volunteers

    Three parent volunteers were selected to participate in this year's School Site Council: Mrs. Young, Ms. Sura and Mr. Cisneroz. Thank you for your dedication to Hidden Trails!

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Hidden Trails Announcements

  •    Trunk or Treat 10/26

    Halloween 2018

    DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR TRUNK OR TREAT IS 10/12 - click here to see flyer


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    Hidden Trails has been awarded the Cultivating Innovation in STEM Schools sub-grant in the amount of $5,000.  This grant will help to support the building of our STEM space for our students to participate in exciting programs that focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Creating this new space will enhance STEM learning and promote STEM career exploration at the elementary level. Congratulations to Hidden Trails students!


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  • Solar Panel Installation at Hidden Trails

    As indicated in the letter that was sent home on August 23rd with your student, Hidden Trails will begin the installation of solar panels on our upper parking lot beginning Tuesday, September 4th.  Due to the installation, the upper parking lot, located on Ridgeview Drive will be closed for approximately three to four weeks. During the installation period, we will be using our lower parking lot on Windmill Creek for drop off and pick up.  We have already begun preparing for this process by rerouting our bus drop-off and pick-up to Windmill Creek.

    In order to make a smooth transition, we will need your support by adhering to the following guidelines to ensure safety and efficiency of the drop-off and pick-up area in the lower parking lot.

    Please see the attached letter to read the guidelines.Guidelines Chinese Translation


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    Hidden Trails is a recipient within the California PBIS Coalition's System of Recognition, reflecting excellence in the measurement of fidelity as well as efforts in implementing the core features of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. The PBIS Coalition has recognized Hidden Trails Elementary School as a Silver level school for their successful PBIS implementation. To acknowledge this honor, Hidden Trails will be displayed on the California PBIS Coalition webpage and posted at the 3rd Annual California PBIS Conference in Sacramento on September 25 & 26, 2018.








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