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  • New Student Support Resource Webpage Now Available!

    The safety and overall well-being is district priority, and CVUSD staff are excited to introduce a newly created webpage 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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  • CVUSD Is Now Hiring!

    Are you looking to be part of an outstanding team that supports high-achieving students, award-winning bands and performing arts groups, and top-tier athletes? Apply to part of the CVUSD family by clicking “READ MORE.” We can’t wait to have you join a legacy of outstanding professionals supporting student success!

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  • 2022/23 Bell Schedule

    The new bell schedule for the 2022/23 school year is now available! To learn more about your school’s bell schedule, please select “READ MORE.”

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  • Free Summer Lunch Program

    Do you have a kiddo 18 years of age or younger? Sponsored by the City of Chino and in collaboration with the CVUSD Nutrition Services department, youth 0-18 years can enjoy a FREE lunch this summer when they visit one of two locations. Meals are available Monday-Friday through July 11. For more information, click READ MORE.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • 2022 School Fee Justification Study
    Pursuant to Education Code 17620, school districts are authorized to levy fees on new residential and commercial/industrial construction to mitigate the impact of new development on school facilities. These fees are generally referred to as basic statutory fees or Level 1 fees. By statute, the developer fees are capped. The caps are adjusted every two years by the State Allocation Board to account for inflation. In January 2022, the developer fee cap for residential development increased by $0.71 to $4.79 per square foot. The cap for commercial/industrial construction was increased by $0.12 to $0.78 per square foot.

    The following Developer Fee Justification Study has been conducted by the District’s consultant, Koppel & Gruber Public Finance, demonstrating the relationship between new residential and commercial/industrial construction and the District’s need for school facilities construction and reconstruction. This relationship is shown in compliance with the requirements for the collection of Level 1 fees.

    Government Code 66016 requires the District to hold a public hearing regarding the imposition of developer fees as part of a regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting prior to adopting or increasing such fees. This public hearing will be held on July 21, 2022.  If the increase is approved, developer fees will increase on September 19, 2022.

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  • FREE Summer Lunch Program
    Sponsored by the City of Chino in collaboration with CVUSD Nutrition Services, youth 18 years of age and younger can enjoy FREE lunch this summer. For more information on how to pick up meals Monday through Friday, click HERE.

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