• Office Phone: 909.947.6693
    Office Fax: 909.548.6071
    Principal: Patricia Custodio, Ed.D. 
     Asst. Principal: Michael Titus, Ed.D. 


  • Discovery Camp

    College of Science and College of Business at Cal Poly Pomona offer joint summer camps for kids and young adults (ages 5-18). 


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    • STEM Camps: Computer, Robotics, Science and Imagination
    • Entrepreneur Camp


    Dates: June 18 - Aug 3

    Camp Hours 9am-4pm

    Free extended care available for STEM camps

    (7:30am-9am, 4-5:30pm)


    Visit our www.cpp.edu/~discovery to view all the activities and additional information.

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  • CStar VUSD 2018 School Quality Survey

    CVUSD wants your candid feedback about your child's campus. Click the link below to complete our brief school quality survey.


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  • reading comprehension  

    Parent Workshop

    Comprehension Parent Workshop

    “Mom, Dad, I Can Read it, But I Don’t Understand it!”

    Dear Parents,


    Does your child make these kinds of comments about reading:


    • It takes me so long to read something. It's hard to follow along with everything going on.
    • I didn't really get what that book was about.
    • Why did that character do that? I just don't get it!
    • I'm not sure what the most important parts of the book were.
    • I couldn't really create an image in my head of what was going on.
    • What’s the main idea?


    If so, please plan on attending our next Parents as Partners workshop!


    Reading Comprehension Workshop!!


    Date:    March 22, 2018

    Time:     9am -10:30am    OR   6pm -7:30pm

    Family Engagement Center, Adult School, Room 25


    Purpose of workshop:  Learn how to help your child unlock the meaning maze of reading comprehension.  Gather some great “learning at home” activities that you can do at home!  Come and find out how to help your child with reading comprehension.



    Taller para Padres

    La Comprensión de la Lectura

    ¡Mama, Papa, Puedo leer, Pero no lo entiendo!

    Estimados padres,


    Hace su hijo este tipo de comentarios acerca de la lectura:


    • Me toma tanto tiempo para leer algo. Es difícil entender todo lo que esta sucediendo.
    • Realmente no entendí de que se trataba ese libro.
    • ¿Porque hizo eso ese personaje? ¡Simplemente no lo entiendo!
    • No estoy seguro de cuáles fueron las partes más importantes del libro.
    • Realmente no podía crear una imagen en mi mente de lo que estaba pasando.
    • ¿Cuál es la idea principal?


    ¡Si es así, haga planes para asistir a nuestro próximo taller de Padres Como Socios!


    Taller: ¡La Comprensión de la Lectura!!


    Fecha: 22 de marzo del 2018

    Time:     9am -10:30am   O   6pm -7:30pm

    Centro de Participación Familiar, Escuela de Adultos, Salón 25


    Propósito de taller: Aprenda cómo ayudar a su hijo a desbloquear el laberinto de comprensión lectora. ¡Junte grandes ideas para actividades de “aprender en casa” que usted puede hacer en el hogar! Venga y averigüe cómo ayudar a su hijo con la comprensión lectora.

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    Chino Area State Preschool Programs Seeking Enrollment

    San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools has openings at its nine state preschool sites in the Chino Valley Unified School District. 

    Enrollment is now being accepted for the state-funded programs that meet in three-hour morning and afternoon sessions from Monday to Friday during the week. 

    The state preschool programs are for low-income families who meet eligibility requirements. 

    The available sites for the state preschool programs are at Borba (two sites), Chaparral, Cortez, Dickson, Dickey, Marshall, and Newman elementary schools; and on the Chino Valley Adult School campus in Chino.  

    First priority for enrollment is given to 3- and 4-year-olds referrals of Child Protective Services, regardless of income; children who turned 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2017; and second priority for 3-year-olds on or before Sept. 1, 2017.  

    Families are given priority ranking numbers based on their family size and lowest gross income.  

    For more information, please call the individual preschools: 

    Borba I: (909) 464-2695 

    Borba II: (909) 627-6243 

    Chaparral: (909) 597-1446 

    Cortez: (909) 628-8057 

    Dickson: (909) 628-6958 

    Dickey: (909) 923-8293 

    Marshall: (909) 548-4862 

    Newman: (909) 364-8145 

    Third Street: (909) 464-0054 

    For more information about County Schools’ State Preschool Program, call (909) 387-8517.   

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  • Reminder to all parents of 6th grade students

    The T-Dap Booster is a mandatory requirement for 7th grade entry. Student will not be able to attend Junior High without showing proof of this vaccine. Please make an appointment with your doctor if your student needs this vaccine or if your student has received the T-Dap booster, please bring verification to Levi Dickey Health Office.

    Thank you, Levi Dickey Health Office 


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    What does “No Excuses University” mean?

    We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to be educated in a way that prepares them for college. When schools exhibit a culture of universal achievement by believing in students, they collaborate around that belief. During collaboration, they align their standards as a team. As teams align standards, they need to assess the standards and manage the data. Then, and only then, can they pursue meaningful interventions with their students.




    AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination. AVID transforms four key domains of operations: Instruction, Systems, Leadership, and Culture.

    Instruction: It is instruction that incorporates the cornerstones of AVID’s foundational tools – Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading.

    Systems: AVID works to implement or reform systems that open access to the most rigorous courses in order to support college readiness beyond the AVID elective.

    Leadership: Leadership sets the vision and tone that promotes college readiness and high expectations for all students in the school.

    Culture: AVID transforms the school when the AVID philosophy progressively shifts beliefs and behaviors, resulting in an increase of students meeting college-readiness requirements.




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    We have a lot of prescription glasses in the office's lost and found.

    If your child is missing a pair, please ask them to stop by to check if any of these belong to them.

    Thank you.


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  • Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 School Year

    To be eligible for Kindergarten your child must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2017






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    SARC  If you would like information about your teacher's qualifications please visit the California  Department of Education at 



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  • No Excuses

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  • You can now report a student absence ONLINE at Levi Dickey!
    Once you click on the "Register" button at the top of our page and complete our website user information, you will be able to report a student absence 24/7. After completing registration, login and go to the "Parents" tab scrolling down to "Report an Absence Online."
    It's that easy...

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    remind We invite you to sign up for “Remind”          

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  • caution  ATTENTION PARENTS!!!

    At Levi Dickey, we make every effort to ensure the safety of your children.  Please note that new regulatory traffic signs (VC21367) have been installed in order to help keep our students safe.  Although it may be an inconvience to turn in a direction that is not as desireable, please do so to ensure the traffic flow stays safe and efficient.  Taking that extra minute may save a life.  Also, please be mindful of the following:

    1. Please do not park in front of our neighbors’ driveways.
    2. Please do not leave your cars unattended along the curbs in the parking lot.
    3. Please do not use your cell phone while driving.
    4. Please do not ask your child to cross to the inner lane of the drop off/pick up area. Students are to be picked up/dropped off along the curb.
    5. Please use the crosswalks and not Jay-walk.
    6. Please follow the directions of the crossing guard.
    7. Please pull forward to the end of the driveway.

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  • Bullying vs Horseplay:  How to determine the difference?

    The following elements must be present:

    1. Imbalance of power - The bully has the upper hand through size, strength, verbal skills, social hierarchy, or less to lose by getting into trouble.
    2. Intent to harm - The bully means to inflict emotional and/or physical pain. expects the actin to hurt, and takes pleasure witnessing the hurt.
    3. Threat of further aggression - Both the bully and the bullied know that bullying can and probably will occur again.
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  • Box Tops
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