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  • Message from Superintendent Norm Enfield

    Dear Chino Valley Unified School District Parents and Guardians: I am writing to you because I want to make sure you are aware of an important issue we are dealing with as a school community: our students’ mental health and wellbeing. As you may be aware, in recent months, our school district has experienced an increase in incidents involving students with challenging emotional and mental health issues. In light of these recent tragedies, I want to make sure that we, as a community, do everything we can to make our students feel that we support them at all times.

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  • CVUSD Schools Participate in Great American Shakeout

    Chino High School students assembled on the fields with teachers, staff and administrators during today’s Great American Shakeout. All schools in Chino Valley Unified School District participated in order to be better prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– whether they are at home, work, or elsewhere. Pictured is the Chino HS Search and Rescue Team worked hard during their practice drill by first obtaining equipment before searching all classrooms ensuring no one is injured or if anyone needed physical or emotional support.

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  • Don Lugo Quest News Creates Positive Change

    Don Lugo Quest News student reporters and editors presented to the Board of Education on how their online newspaper editorial effected positive change by having an Instagram account with negative and destructive content removed by the social network platform. With the Quest news team in the photo is their journalism teacher, Annette Deming. To read the full editorial, visit the Quest news website at dalquestnews.org

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  • Walnut ES Gold Medal PBIS team speaks at CA PBIS Coalition

    The PBIS Team at Walnut Avenue Elementary School recently gave an engaging and informative presentation at the annual California PBIS Coalition Conference held in Sacramento on September 26, 2018. Their presentation, “The Path to PBIS: P.A.C.K. in Action,” shared their perspective as administrators and teachers in developing a PBIS culture and assembling educators towards a multi-tiered system of support.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • 2019/2020 Intradistrict Open Enrollment
    Friday, November 30, 2018, is the deadline for submitting intradistrict open enrollment transfer applications for students wishing to attend a school other than their resident school for the 2019/2020 SY. Applications are available at Student Support Services, 13453 Ramona Avenue, Chino, M-F, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Only one intradistrict open enrollment transfer application per student. Applications submitted will be placed in a random, unbiased lottery to be held in the District’s board room on January 14, 2019. Submission of an application does not guarantee placement at school requested. SCHOOLS CLOSED TO TRANSFERS, with the exception of qualifying siblings and/or qualifying students of employees of the Chino Valley Unified School District are: Cal-Aero K-8, Rhodes Elementary and Wickman Elementary.

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  • Richard Gird Hall of Fame call for nominees
    The nomination period for the CVUSD Richard Gird Educational Hall of Fame is now open through January 31, 2019. Nomination applications can be found HERE The Hall of Fame annually recognizes distinguished CVUSD graduates, employees and community members for their individual contributions.

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  • New GED Math Class at Adult School
    Chino Valley Adult School is offering a GED Math Class with instructor in the afternoons and evenings!

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