• A Message from Superintendent Enfield

    With the California Department of Public Health’s update to requirements for in-person instruction to reflect physical distancing guidance, students are now allowed to return to school everyday. This development means that CVUSD schools will be able to accommodate all Blended Learning students everyday while still adhering to federal, state and local health guidelines. Please select “Read More” to read Dr. Enfield’s entire message to the community.

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  • Secondary Schools Reopening

    As of March 12, 2021, San Bernardino County is officially in the Red Tier. As such, CVUSD students attending comprehensive Junior High and High Schools will return to in-person instruction following a cohort model beginning on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. Please select “Read More” to read Dr. Enfield’s letter to the community.

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  • COVID-19 DASHBOARD

    The Chino Valley Unified School District COVID-19 Dashboard tracks the number of positive cases at each school site relative to the total population of the students and staff who are physically on campus. The COVID-19 Dashboard will be updated regularly and as cases are confirmed.

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  • CVUSD DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM

    CVUSD will be offering the Distance Learning Program for our students during the 2020-2021 school year. Information, dates, and schedules unique to the Distance Learning Program can be found here. Additionally, if you have any technical issues with district technology, our staff is available through a Community Support Hotline at (909) 628-1202 ext.1080 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., Mon. – Fri or by contacting them through email at Communitysupport@chino.k12.ca.us.

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  • Meal Services

    Due to minimum day dismissal at our junior high schools currently serving Grab and Go meals curbside, service hours have changed. Revised hours for Magnolia Jr. High include Tuesdays between 11 am and 12:30 pm and Wednesdays between 11 am and 12:30 pm for Ramona Jr. High. For more information and to view the monthly menu, please select “Read More.”

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  • Hope Center

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

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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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  • 2021-2022 Course Request for Secondary Students

    Students from the class of 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025 are invited to complete the Course Request through the Aeries portal. Please connect with the school you will attend during the 2021-2022 school year to ask questions about available dates to complete your Course Request.

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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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  • CVUSD Shakes It Up for the Great CA Shakeout!

    Over 6.6 million participants joined to carry out this year’s Great CA Shakeout exercise! Throughout the District, teachers engaged students through Distance Learning to educate them on how they can prepare for the next big one. It’s all about preparation and we’re excited our students and staff came together to put safety first!

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  • Bailey Kuo and Joshua Mesta of Chino High Recognized as National Hispanic Scholars

    Bailey Kuo and Joshua Mesta of Chino High School earn an impressive score on the PSAT to earn them recognition as National Hispanic Scholars. Congratulations, we're so proud of you!

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  • CVUSD Schools and Programs Receive PBIS Community Cares Award

    Thirty-one Chino Valley USD schools and five community partners have been recognized with the PBIS Community Cares Award by the PBIS Coalition for providing continued education, meals, and support to students and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Congratulations!

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  • Woodcrest JHS Recognized as a 2020 Microsoft Showcase School

    Congratulations to the spectacular Wolverines of Woodcrest JHS for being recognized as one of only five schools in California to be named a Microsoft Showcase School! Woodcrest JHS joins approximately 241 school sites across 57 countries that amplify the use of technology to drive school-wide transformation and efficiencies by using Microsoft's K-12 Transformation Framework.

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