• SB 328 School Start Time Survey

    Beginning July 1, 2022, Senate Bill (SB) 328 will be in effect requiring junior high schools to begin class no earlier than 8:00 a.m., and high schools to begin class no earlier than 8:30 a.m. Please click “READ MORE” to submit your SB 328 School Start Time survey for each of your students enrolled at a CVUSD school. Submissions will be accepted through 3 p.m., January 28, 2022. Thank you for your participation!

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  • K12 School Climate Survey

    Share your feedback regarding academic and student support, school leadership, safety and behavior, family involvement, and more! The K12 School Climate Survey will be available from January 10, 2022, through February 28, 2022. For more information, please select “READ MORE”.

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  • Now Hiring Certificated Substitutes

    Are you a certificated educator who would love to be part of an outstanding team that supports high-achieving students, award-winning bands and performing arts groups, and top-tier athletes? Then apply to be a Certificated Substitute by clicking “READ MORE.” Long-term assignments pay $200 and daily assignments pay $180. We can’t wait to have you join our team!

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  • Festival of the Arts Submissions

    CVUSD's annual Festival of the Arts is a celebration of student creativity and imagination! Students across all grade levels are encouraged to submit an original work of art that is showcased in the festival. To learn more and access your submission link or QR code, select “READ MORE.”

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  • By-Trustee Area Election System

    Chino Valley Unified School District is in the process of transitioning to a By-Trustee Area Election System to fully represent Chino Valley voters. The District would like to share the process with community residents by providing proposed area election maps, election cycles, and a platform to offer comments. To learn more about the process and be directed to By-Trustee Area Election System webpages, please select "READ MORE."

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  • Preserve II School Updates and Timeline

    Get all the latest news and updates regarding the construction of the Preserve II School!

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  • How To Translate Material on CVUSD Website

    Members of the CVUSD community can translate the district website from English to a preferred language.

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  • Students Shine During Red Ribbon Week!

    Whether dressing up in their best Aloha attire to represent they "lei off drugs," or wearing their finest superhero outfits to prove they have the power to remain drug-free, CVUSD students and staff had a blast participating in this year's Red Ribbon Campaign!

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  • Woodcrest JHS Celebrates 4th Year as a Microsoft Showcase School

    Congratulations to our spectacular Woodcrest JHS Wolverines for being recognized as a Microsoft Showcase School four years running! The Microsoft Showcase Schools Program is an opportunity to engage with Microsoft and like-minded school leaders around the world to deepen and expand education transformation using Microsoft's Education Transformation Framework.

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  • Hidden Trails ES Named 2021 Blue Ribbon School

    Demonstrating that all students can achieve high levels of success, Hidden Trails Elementary has been recognized as a 2021 Blue Ribbon School! The National Blue Ribbon Schools award affirms the hard work of Red Hawk students, educators, and families in creating a safe and welcoming school where students master challenging content. Congrats!

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  • CVUSD Schools Earn Gold and Silver for 2021 PBIS Programs

    Ten CVUSD schools earned a Gold medal from the CA PBIS Coalition for implementing a positive behavior intervention and support system for their students. Twenty-two additional sites, including the Chino Valley Learning Academy, brought home a Silver medal for their outstanding PBIS programs. Congratulations to our world-class staff and high-achieving students for your fantastic work!

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  • Chino Hills High School's Solar Cup Team Wins Big

    Chino Hills High School’s Solar Cup team takes home nine awards, including four 1st place finishes, during this year’s Solar Boat Competition! The Huskies, co-sponsored by the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) and the City of Chino Hills, were among 300 students representing 16 schools throughout SoCal. CHHS junior, Samantha Olivar, was recognized as the 2021 Spirit of Solar Cup Award recipient!

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  • Wickman Wildcats are SoCal Odyssey State Champions!

    Wickman Wildcats bring home 1st place during this year's Odyssey of the Mind event. Working completely online since November, students stepped up to the challenge of completing and submitting their work to answer problem 3 of the competition. Going completely virtual, students met on Zoom twice a week to discuss, practice and perform their project. Give a round of applause as we celebrate this marvelous team of students and wish them the very best as they advance to the Virtual World Finals in May!

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  • Ayala High Student Named 2021 Edison Scholar

    Ayala High senior, Stanley Chan, is an exceptionally busy bulldog these days. Aside from being the President of the National Math Honor Society and Clarinet Section Leader for the high school band, Stanley is also one of 30 students throughout Southern California Edison’s serviceable area to be named an Edison Scholar! Congrats on your success Stanley!

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  • Levi Dickey 6th Grader Receives AVID Standout Student Award

    Known for continual strive for improvement and remaining focused and diligent during Distance Learning, sixth grader, Carmen Limon Higuera, has been recognized by RIMS AVID as a Standout Student. We’re so proud of you Carmen!

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  • TK-6 Grades Return to Campus for Blended Learning!

    Heart are full as elementary schools reopen with TK-6 students returning to campus for Blended Learning. Although the “first day of school” is not like traditional returns, students, staff and teachers were excited to reunite for classroom learning. Thank you, Chino Valley, for supporting our students during the pandemic and spreading hope!

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  • Anna Borba 6th Grader Receives AVID Standout Student Award

    Congratulations to Jason Ramos Jimenez of Anna Borba Elementary for being recognized as a Standout Student by the Riverside, Inyo, Mono and San Bernardino (RIMS) AVID program! Persevering through distance learning, Jason has shown an amazing commitment to practicing skills learned through the AVID program. We’re so proud of this dedicated Falcon!

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  • HOPE Center and partners deliver holiday cheer for Chino Valley families!

    The Chino Valley USD HOPE Center and partnering community organizations made the season bright and merry for families in need this holiday season. Through their generosity, more than 370 students were supported through the program.

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  • CHHS Senior Recognized as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist

    For 66 years, the National Merit Scholarship Program has identified and honored scholastically talented American youth. Students honored through this program have the opportunity to compete for scholarships worth more than $31 million dollars. This year, we’re excited to have one of our Husky seniors recognized as a Semifinalist. Congratulations Jacob Montenegro!

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  • Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free!

    Even though students are away from campus during Distance Learning, they are still committed to leading a drug free life! Communities throughout the Chino Valley and the nation mobilize to educate youth about the harm drugs can do while encouraging them to participate in drug prevention activities.

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