• Strengthening Home-School-Community Connections      Home, School and Community Partnerships
    Educate        Inspire       Transform 
    We believe that the engagement of families and communities is a high priority in providing continuously improving outcomes for the students we serve.  Student success is a shared responsibility between home, school, and community members.
  • Never stop learning.  That's what parents tell their children.  Now we offer ALL families and community members so many great opportunities to set an example, and never stop learning themselves with our learning programs ---all of them free!
    Across the district, there are opportunities for parents to attend meetings, workshops, and classes on a variety of topics.  Check the PARENT ACADEMIES and CLASSES tab to see what is happening in Chino Valley USD currently.
    " Never forget that, as your child's first and best teacher, no one knows your child as well as you." 
    Chino Valley Unified (CVUSD) will be launching a district-wide Parent Academy to promote family engagement and enhance student achievement and positive behaviors across our district.   Free parent and community courses will be offered at the District's Parent Center located on the Ramona JHS campus.  The Parent Center's opening date is TBD.  We are seeking input from parents, teachers, and staff on the course and service offerings for this important parent and community engagement work.   
    This CVUSD network is comprised of school Action Teams for Partnerships (ATP) representing school communities. We know that the home-school connection is a key to student success.  ATP's have parents, teachers, community members, and administrators working together on activities that positively impact student success and lifelong learning.   We invite you to become involved in your school's Action Team, working alongside teachers and administrators for all students in your school community.  If you would like to know more about this network and how it works, click on the PARTNERSHIPS FOR LEARNING NETWORK tab.
    Community Partnerships:
    Assist with providing a more holistic education to our students
    Support principals, teachers and families with student development  

    Community Partnerships are vital to learner success:

    They provide additional extracurricular activities for our students
    They help the community participate in the education of our students
    They provide students culturally rich learning opportunities schools are unable to provide because of a lack of resources
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Carol Sweat

Parent, School, Community Specialist

5130 Riverside Dr
Chino, CA  91710
909 628-1201, ext 1860