NEWS AND FEATURES

  • Student "One-Stop-Shop" Webpage

    The safety and overall well-being of our students is a district priority, and CVUSD staff are excited to introduce a newly created “One-Stop-Shop” 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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  •  The CVUSD bus driver team posing in front of their school bus

    CVUSD Bus Drivers Put Safety Skills to the Test at Orange County School Bus Safety "Roadeo"

    The CVUSD Transportation Department made its glorious return to the annual Orange County School Bus Safety “Roadeo” hosted by the Orange County Driver Trainer Advisory Council (OCDTAC)! Putting their knowledge and skills to the test, participants proudly showed the competition that CVUSD has some of the most professional and safest drivers in the business. To read more about CVUSD’s return to the Roadeo, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Students showcasing their engineering project

    Awesome Senior Projects Dazzle at Lugo Engineering and Design Showcase

    An automated bassinet. A sprinkler leak detection system. A flying turtle! These are some of the creations showcased by inventive Conquistador engineers at the annual Lugo Engineering and Design (LEAD) Tradeshow at Don Lugo High School on April 18th, 2024. To get the lowdown on all the fantastic projects displayed at the show, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  A group of students performing on stage at the Art & Writing Showcase

    CVUSD Students Shine during SELPA Art & Writing Showcase

    When it comes to dreaming big and reaching for their dreams, CVUSD special education kids know how to groove! Students within the West End SELPA presented original artwork, writings, and performances based on the theme “Reach for the Stars" during this year's annual Art and Writing Showcase. It was a wonderful time to support and recognize the enthusiasm and creativity of our students, and we couldn't be prouder of the fantastic work that they did. To read more about this night of celebration that highlighted student achievement, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  The administration building of Ayala High School

    Ayala HS Improves Rank on the 2024 U.S. News and World Report Best High School List

    Ayala HS is moving on up! This year’s prestigious U.S. News and World Report Best High School rankings show that the Bulldogs are now in the top 8% of U.S. public high schools, which is up from the top 10% in 2023. Based on quality indicators that measure how well a school is serving its students, Ayala lands in the 91st percentile of all ranked U.S. high schools. To read more about how Ayala climbed up in the rankings, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  A police officer speaking with Don Lugo students during a staged traffic collision

    DAL Participates in Students Against Drunk Driving Program

    With prom and graduation just around the corner, Chino PD hosted its second annual Students Against Drunk Driving event at Don Lugo HS to help encourage safe driving and warn against the dangers of driving impaired. Partnering with the Chino Valley Fire Department and Don Lugo HS, this event that rotates between Chino and Don Lugo High Schools proved to be as powerful as last year’s simulation. To read more about how the event unfolded on the DAL campus, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  The Townsend drumline ensemble celebrating their gold medal win

    Townsend JHS Drumline Wins Gold at the Percussion Scholastic Junior Finals!

    Townsend JHS’s drumline rose to the top with their “Rise and Grind” performance at the Southern California Percussion Alliance Percussion Scholastic Junior Finals! This whimsical musical number showcased the Rangers’ talent and skill and earned them a championship to cap off their season. To read more about the Rangers showstopping performance, select “READ MORE.”

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  • D.A.R.E. Keeps It Real at CVUSD!

    When it comes to making positive decisions, problem solving difficult circumstances, and practicing self-advocacy, 5th grade CVUSD students are ready to succeed! After completing its pilot year last school year, the D.A.R.E. program has debuted in several elementary schools for the 2023-2024 school year. To read more about the revamped D.A.R.E. program and how our students are benefitting from Officer Solano’s direction, please select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Students looking up at the sky to observe the solar eclipse

    2024 Solar Eclipse Wows Students at CVUSD!

    CVUSD students and staff enjoyed a rare treat during the 2024 total solar eclipse event that crossed over parts of North America on April 8th! With protective eyewear and pinhole projectors in hand, spectators witnessed the moon cover up to 59% of the sun! To see more about this spectacular cosmic event, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Coach Ameluxen holding two softballs while surrounded by the softball team

    Ayala Softball Coach Ameluxen Reaches 600th Career Wins!

    The wins keep tallying up as Ayala HS softball coach, John Ameluxen, reached his 600th win! Coaching the team since Ayala first opened in 1990, Coach Ameluxen has overseen a great program that has seen countless softball players succeed on the diamond. To read more about the legendary career of Coach Ameluxen, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  A Chino High flag football quarterback getting ready to throw a football

    Girls Flag Football Programs Kicks Off at CVUSD!

    The 2023-2024 school year has added the much-anticipated sport of of Girls Flag Football to the roster of CIF sports! Things have successfully kicked off as teams from Chino, Don Lugo, Chino Hills, and Ayala square off against each other in what is sure to be an exciting inaugural season. To read more about the new flag football programs, select “READ MORE.”

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  • Second Trimester attendance award

    Attendance Award Winners for Trimester 2 Announced!

    Trimester 2 attendance award go to Briggs K8, Rhodes ES, Hidden Trails ES, and Wickman ES! These fantastic four schools captured the title and the trophy after accomplishing the highest attendance percentage average in their feeder groups for trimester 2. Hear how they did it and what we can all do to improve school attendance, by selecting "READ MORE."

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  •   Three smiling tournament organizers standing in front of a Julie Gobin Memorial Golf Tournament ba

    15th Annual Julie Gobin Memorial Hit the Greens for Scholarships Golf Tournament

    Golf enthusiasts and community supporters alike gathered under cloudy skies for the 15th annual Julie Gobin Memorial Hit the Greens for Scholarships Golf Tournament on March 18th, 2024 at the Los Serranos Country Club in Chino Hills, CA. This event raises scholarship funds that go to seniors pursuing post-secondary education. To read more about this year’s tournament, select “READ MORE”

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  •   Ayala high school boys water polo team showing their championship rings to the audience

    Ayala High School Boys Water Polo Team Receives Championship Rings!

    Congratulations to the Ayala High Boys Water Polo team for winning the CIF Southern Regional Division 5 Championship this season! Team members were treated to an exciting ceremony during the school rally where they received their CIF rings to the cheers of fellow Bulldogs. To read more about the teams' successful season and the presentation of rings, please select "READ MORE."

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  •   Two portraits each featuring Ms. Collins and Ms. Vera-Mineer

    Two CVUSD Teachers Honored by California Association of Directors of Activities

    Congratulations to ms. Celia Collins of Briggs K8 and Ms. Valerie Vera-Mineer of Canyon Hills JHS for receiving honors from the California Association of Directors of Activities (CADA)! Ms. Collins received the Area Service Award (Area E) and Ms. Vera-Mineer was awarded with the Warren Shull Middle School award. To read more about two fabulous teachers, select "READ MORE."

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  •  Science Fair Gold medal winners from Chino Valley Unified

    CVUSD Shines at County Science Fair!

    On March 14, 2024, several CVUSD students were recognized by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools (SBCSS) for their outstanding science projects during the 2024 San Bernardino, Inyo, and Mono (SIM) Science and Engineering Fair awards ceremony held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Ontario. To learn more about winners’ achievements in science, please select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Wickman Elementary Principal and Vice Principal preparing to bury a time capsule.

    Wickman Elementary Commemorates 20 Years of School Pride

    Wickman Elementary celebrated 20 years of learning and fun during its 20th anniversary event. It was a blast from the past commemorating all the fun and learning these past twenty years. Staff and students placed mementos inside a time capsule for future generations to look back on. To read how the Wildcats honored their history, select “READ MORE.”

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  • The four member Devastator Robotics team holding the Excellence Award

    Ayala High’s Devastators Vex Robotics Team Wins Excellence Award

    Congratulations to Ayala’s Devastators for bringing home the Excellence Award during the Vex Robotics Competition held at Corona High School on February 17th! Not only did the team come out victorious in five of six matches, but members earned high scores across the board for their competitive performance, engineering notebook, and interview with event judges. To read more about these exceptionally innovative engineers, please select “READ MORE.”

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  •   A medal representing the Outstanding Leadership Program Award in the center

    Two CVUSD High Schools Named Finalists for Outstanding Leadership Program Award! 

    Congratulations to Chino Hills and Don Lugo High Schools for being recognized by the California Association of Director of Activities (CADA) and its student organization the California Association of Student Leaders (CASL) for their exceptional student leaders who cultivate a positive learning environment for their peers and earning the Outstanding Leadership Program Award. To read more about our leadership program finalists, select “READ MORE.”

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  •  Odyssey of the Mind Division 2 team from Oak Ridge Elementary

    Four CVUSD Teams Earn Spot in Odyssey of the Mind World Finals!

    After days of practice, hard work, and determination, four teams from CVUSD punched their ticket Odyssey of the Mind World Finals! They demonstrated their unique talents and problem-solving skills at the SoCal State Tournament on March 16th, 2024 to advance. To read more about how our creative problem solvers earned their spot, select “READ MORE.”

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