• 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR LEARNING CHOICE SURVEY

    Yesterday the Board of Education held a second study session reviewing options for reopening of the 2020-2021 school year. Pending Board approval, CVUSD has determined that all CVUSD standard track schools will open as scheduled on August 10, 2020 with a Blended Learning instruction model, with the intent to move toward Traditional Instruction when safe. Please fill out a parent choice survey. Click through to read the entire message and access survey links.

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  • 2020/2021 School Reopening FAQs

    Your top questions concerning the reopening of schools have been collected and answered. Please select “Read More” to find support for most of your questions regarding the reopening of schools for the 2020/2021 school year.

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  • Sample Schedules 2020-2021

    In the 2020-2021 school year, Chino Valley Unified School District will open with one learning option district wide. The Blended Learning model will be brought to the Board of Education for approval at the July 16, 2020 Regular Board meeting. Distance Learning 2.0 will be available to all students who are medically fragile or would be put at risk by in-person instruction. Click to see sample schedules for Blended Learning and Distance Learning models.

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  • Meal Services

    Grab-and-go free meals will be provided to students at Chino High School and Don Lugo High School locations, Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Please enter through the student parking lot to receive your meals. To comply with social distancing, meals will be placed in the trunks of vehicles.

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  • Hope Center

    HOPE Center case managers will be available by telecommunication (phone, email) to assist with Medi-Cal & Cal Fresh applications, food bank referrals, up-to-date district info and more.

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  • Health Center Services

    Let's keep CVUSD students vaccinated and ready for school! The CVUSD Health Center is providing a Drive-Up Vaccine Clinic July 16th from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. by appointment only. Click to learn more!

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  • How To Translate Material on CVUSD Website

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  • Distance Learning for Extended School Year (ESY) Special Education

    ESY services are individualized extensions of Special Education and related services that are provided to a student with a disability beyond the regular school year. Decisions about ESY eligibility are made through the IEP process and are indicated on the student's current Individualized Education Plan.

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  • GET ANSWERS NOW TO COMMON ED TECH QUESTIONS

    ** For Parents and Students ** Find support for most of your technology access and use questions. ** For Teachers ** From hundreds of calls and emails, your top questions have been collected and answered on this page.

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  • Information on Schools Reopening for 2020/2021 SY

    Please tune in for the Boad Study Session scheduled for Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Members of the Board of Education will share information regarding schools reopening for the 2020/2021 school year. Please visit the YouTube channel for Chino Valley Unified School District Board videos or select the "Read More" link below to view the session live.

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  • Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards Five CVUSD Finalists $5,000 in Grants

    The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce awarded $5,000 in grants to CVUSD students during their first annual CVCC Pitch Competition on May 14 via Zoom.

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  • Two CVUSD Schools Recognized as CA Distinguished Schools

    Congratulations to Hidden Trails ES and Liberty ES for being recognized as 2020 CA Distinguished Schools! The award is the highest educational award a school can receive in the state and is given to schools based on performance and progress specified on the California School Dashboard. Both schools are eligible to be recognized as a National Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Distinguished Schools Awardee. Be sure to offer a high-five to all Red Hawks and Patriots you see!

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  • CVUSD Students Amaze at District Science Fair

    Scientists throughout the district gathered in the Woodcrest JHS MPR on February 18th to showcase their science projects and tackle some very interesting questions like “What Liquid Will Dissolve Aspirin Tablets the Fastest?” and “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who’s the Fairest Fertilizer of All?”. Winners from the district science fair will move forward and compete at the county science fair scheduled for March 10th at the San Bernardino Airport. Good luck to our winners as they advance to the next round!

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  • Canyon Hills JHS Recognized as a 2020 School To Watch

    Congratulations to Mr. Finkbiner and the rest of the Coyote pack for being recognized as a 2020 School to Watch! The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform, in association with the California League of Schools, California Department of Education, and California Middle Grades Alliance, identified Canyon Hills JHS as being a leading campus that demonstrates forward thinking and ensures connectivity with peers, teachers, academics, and the school site. Way to go Coyotes!

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  • Parents Join Student Resource Officers at Parent Information Forum

    The Huskies of Chino Hills High School opened their Multipurpose Room to parents who attended the second and final Parent Information Forum of the school year on Wednesday, January 22nd. Attendees enjoyed a delicious meal provided by Nutrition Services while they listened to district School Resource Officers share information on mental health awareness, drug abuse trends, social media awareness and technology issues.

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  • Canyon Hills JHS Teacher Honored as an Outstanding Educator

    Congratulations Ms. Vera-Mineer at Canyon Hills JHS for being recognized as an Outstanding Educator by the California League of Schools! For nearly 30 years Ms. Vera-Mineer has served the community as a History and Renaissance teacher. She has played an instrumental role in shaping a culture of caring and engagement for all students and has dedicated herself completely to ensuring all children are valued, loved, and cared for. This honor qualifies Ms. Vera-Mineer as a finalist to receive the prestigious Educator of the Year award for Region 10!

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  • CVUSD Schools Shine at County PBIS Award Ceremony

    Twenty-six CVUSD schools have been recognized as PBIS Schools, earning themselves either a bronze, silver, or gold medal from the CA PBIS Coalition for their implementation of positive behavior interventions and supports at their campuses during the 2018-2019 school year! On November 14th these amazing school teams were recognized at the SBCSS PBIS Showcase. Congratulations and thank you for continuously remaining dedicated to student achievement!

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  • Online Registration Now Available

    If you are the parent/guardian of a student(s) you would like to enroll for the first time at CVUSD, you can now do most of the enrollment online! Check with the school site you are interested in to determine the rest of the paperwork necessary for enrollment but most of it can occur online. Click through for the enrollment link. If you are the parent/guardian of a current student at CVUSD, no action is necessary until you receive more instructions from your school site in spring 2020.

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  • Land of the Free, Because of the Brave. Thank you Veterans!

    Students and staff came together in celebration to honor family, friends, and community members who have served in our armed forces. Many schools hosted assemblies, provided breakfast, and wrote letters of thanks to show appreciation for the service our brave veterans gave our country. Thank you Veterans for all that you do and all you have done!

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  • Students Celebrate World Kindness Day Across the District

    From Kindergarten to high school seniors, students across the district celebrated World Kindness Day with encouraging words of positivity, enthusiastic smiles, and friendly gestures of compassion. World Kindness day also marked the launch of CVUSD's Kindness campaign. Developed by the Superintendent's Advisory Council, students and school administrators will host events throughout the year that promote a positive school climate.

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