• Message from Superintendent Norm Enfield

    Dear Chino Valley Unified School District Parents and Guardians: I am writing to you because I want to make sure you are aware of an important issue we are dealing with as a school community: our students’ mental health and wellbeing. As you may be aware, in recent months, our school district has experienced an increase in incidents involving students with challenging emotional and mental health issues. In light of these recent tragedies, I want to make sure that we, as a community, do everything we can to make our students feel that we support them at all times.

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  • CVUSD Schools Participate in Great American Shakeout

    Chino High School students assembled on the fields with teachers, staff and administrators during today’s Great American Shakeout. All schools in Chino Valley Unified School District participated in order to be better prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– whether they are at home, work, or elsewhere. Pictured is the Chino HS Search and Rescue Team worked hard during their practice drill by first obtaining equipment before searching all classrooms ensuring no one is injured or if anyone needed physical or emotional support.

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  • Don Lugo Quest News Creates Positive Change

    Don Lugo Quest News student reporters and editors presented to the Board of Education on how their online newspaper editorial effected positive change by having an Instagram account with negative and destructive content removed by the social network platform. With the Quest news team in the photo is their journalism teacher, Annette Deming. To read the full editorial, visit the Quest news website at dalquestnews.org

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  • Walnut ES Gold Medal PBIS team speaks at CA PBIS Coalition

    The PBIS Team at Walnut Avenue Elementary School recently gave an engaging and informative presentation at the annual California PBIS Coalition Conference held in Sacramento on September 26, 2018. Their presentation, “The Path to PBIS: P.A.C.K. in Action,” shared their perspective as administrators and teachers in developing a PBIS culture and assembling educators towards a multi-tiered system of support.

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  • Townsend students interview U.S. Veterans

    For the eighth year in a row, students at Townsend JHS were given the opportunity to interview U.S. veterans during the annual "Veterans’ Interview Day" at the school. The event began in 2011 when 8th grade teacher Jodie Noblett and Chino Hills Kiwanis member Bill Taylor connected to promote a Kiwanis sponsored essay contest for students in grades 7-12. The event has grown into a big celebration each year, where U.S. veterans from all branches of the military share their experience and wisdom with Townsend Rangers.

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  • A new era of student leadership begins at Levi H. Dickey ES

    It's been 10 years since Levi H. Dickey last formed a Student Council but this year they have brought the Student Council back! Sixth grade teachers Nancy Baldomino and Carol Ingram decided to start a newly formed student council because they were inspired by a great set of 6th grade students they had from last year who had demonstrated leadership and enjoyed being the role models of the school.

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  • CVUSD Success Back to School issue now available

    The first month back to school was filled with exciting events and activities for students. Check out the latest issue of the District digital magazine, CVUSD Success, to share in all the news, events, programs and activities that happened during the summer and coming up in the fall! To subscribe to CVUSD Success, email the District Communications Department!

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  • New drop off procedures at Ayala HS to begin Monday, August 13

    Vehicles will no longer be able to circle behind the campus and exit on the north side of campus. Starting Aug. 13: Enter campus on Bulldog Blvd. Traffic will flow in one direction only. Student drop off and pick up in front of the tennis court area. All lanes of traffic will exit onto Peyton Drive at the marquee driveway. The remaining driveways will be for bus and staff traffic only. All pedestrians must use city sidewalks and crosswalks at all times.

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  • Don Lugo's Theatre group travels to "happiest place on earth"

    The Don Lugo Theater students dressed in their Disney gear ready for their magical adventure to the Disneyland Resort last week for an intensive 3-day summer intensive workshop, performance research, and fun. Pictured (L-R; top-bottom): Andreia Sales, Eddie Lilly, Ariana Sanchez, Gabby Hernandez, Jackie Galaz, Saslaya Baca, Danielle Ortiz, Aiden Deming, Dahlia Huezo, Yvonne Rubio, Jonathan Alaniz, and Krysta Tillet.

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  • Summer Youth Mentoring Camps Educates, Empowers and Mentors Students

    Students from all over the school district came together in the latter part of June for the 2018 Summer Youth Mentoring Camp put on by Chino Police Department. The program involved fun, physical education activities and instruction in an interactive learning environment. Thank you to Chino PD for being great role models for our students!

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  • Ramona JHS and Cal Aero Preserve Academy Meet with Congresswoman Norma J. Torres on East Coast Field Trip

    An East Coast History field trip turned out to be an inspirational one for students from Ramona JHS and Cal Aero Preserve Academy. Twenty four 7th and 8th graders visited the nation’s capital on June 5-9. In addition to touring historic locations such as the White House and Independence Hall, students met with local Congresswoman Norma J. Torres.

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  • Briggs team national winner in elaborate machine-making contest

    Congratulations to Briggs Fundamental School for being the National Champions of the 30th Annual Rube Goldberg Machine Contest, held this spring in Chicago! Their accomplishment was the result of months of hard work and creativity!

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  • Ayala High School student receives prestigious scholarship from energy firm

    Ayala High School senior Joshua Rodriguez has been awarded a $40,000 scholarship from energy company Edison International. Winners are selected based on their academic success and financial need. Joshua will be pursuing a career in in a S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, math) field.

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  • Chino Hills High School student named City of Chino Youth Volunteer of the Year

    Chino Hills High School student Nathaniel De La Torre has been honored as the 2017 City of Chino Youth Volunteer of the Year. Nathaniel began volunteering for the City of Chino as a Channel 3 TV intern through Chino Hills High’s Work Based Learning and Internship program.

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  • IMPORTANT NEWS: Two CVUSD schools earn state's highest award!

    Congratulations to Chaparral and Country Springs elementary schools for being named 2018 California Distinguished Schools! For more, click the headline.

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  • Eleven Schools Named to CA Honor Roll

    Eleven Chino Valley Unified School District schools have been recognized for their high achievements and student successes by being named to the 2017-2018 Education Results Partnership Honor Roll. This year’s Honor Roll schools are: Butterfield Ranch Elementary, Chaparral Elementary, Country Springs Elementary, Eagle Canyon Elementary, Edwin Rhodes Elementary, Gerald F. Litel Elementary, Liberty Elementary, Michael G. Wickman Elementary, Oak Ridge Elementary, Rolling Ridge Elementary and Woodcrest Junior High.

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  • Bike Rodeo Teaches Safe Bicycle Riding Skills and Habits

    The Chino Police Department will host a bicycle rodeo at Walnut Elementary School, 5550 Walnut Avenue, Chino for elementary aged bicycle riders on Saturday, June 9th, 10am to 1pm. This free event is to teach bicycle safety skills to equip the children to be safer bicycle riders. It is a fun event that the children always enjoy and there is an opportunity drawing to receive a free bicycle!

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  • Chino Hills High team takes second at California Science & Engineering Fair

    Congratulatiosn to the team of Audrey Sogata and Wynn Phaychanpheng of Chino Hills High School, who won second place medals in the Senior Division of the California Science & Engineering Fair, held April 23 and 24 in Los Angeles. Click on the headline for more.

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  • Community leaders get to know schools at annual Community Principal for a Day

    A red carpet and a big welcome sign was waiting for local real estate broker Peter Patel when he visited Eagle Canyon Elementary School Wednesday morning as a Chino Valley Unified School District Community Principal for a Day. For more, click on the headline.

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  • Ayala Color Guard makes top 10 in World Championships

    Ayala High School's Color Guard has come in 10th place out of 15 competitors in the Winter Guard International World Class Finals.

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  • Chino Hills High's Onyeka Okongwu wins prestigious basketball award

    Congratulations to Chino Hills High School's Onyeka Okongwu, who was recently named this year's John R. Wooden Award Division 1 winner in boys' basketball by the Los Angeles Athletic Club. For more, click on the headline.

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  • Newman students win teamwork trophy at LEGO building block competition

    Their work on a toy miniature pool built with LEGO blocks has earned five Newman Elementary School students an outstanding teamwork trophy. For more, click on the headline.

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  • Chino Valley Adult School diversity showcased at International Fair

    Cultures of many lands came together recently at the Chino Valley Adult School's International Fair. For more of the story and photos, click on headline.

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  • CVUSD students headed to the California Science and Engineering Fair!

    Eight Chino Valley Unified School District students have qualified to compete in the California Science and Engineering Fair, to be held April 23 to 24 at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. For more, click the headline.

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  • Student leaders, teacher nominated for County Education Medal of Honor

    Don Lugo High Renaissance Leadership Class and Walnut Avenue Elementary School teacher Robert McKellip have been nominated for the 27th Annual San Bernardino County Education Medal of Honor. They are among 27 nominees in the county.

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  • Canyon Hills team and Rolling Ridge student advance to Odyyssey of the Mind World Finals

    Chino Valley Unified School District will be well represented at the 2018 World Finals of the Odyssey of the Mind competition to be held May 23-26 in Iowa. A team from Canyon Hills Junior High School and a student from Rolling Ridge Elementary School have qualified for the world event based on their scores at the recent California Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament.

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  • Competition a learning experience for Chino Hills High's Hospitality and Tourism Academy students

    Chino Hills High School students had a good time competing recently in the California ProStart Cup, a high-stakes culinary arts and business competition presented by BJ's Restaurants and hosted by the California Restaurant Association Foundation.

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  • NEWS ALERT

    Earlier today, after school hours, Chino Hills Police Department was alerted to an alleged threat made by a student against Briggs Fundamental School. After a detailed and thorough investigation, law enforcement has found no credible threat and that there are no further concerns related to this incident. Chino Hills PD will be providing extra police presence on campus tomorrow in support of the school community.

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  • Wickman ES Champ Headed for CA History Day Competition

    Wickman Elementary School fifth-grader Mihir Mandapaka won first place in the elementary poster division of the San Bernardino County 2018 History Day competition in early March.

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  • Stepping Up for Girls Help Sixth Grade Girls Take the Next Step

    Singing Alicia Keys' song "This Girl is On Fire," more than 200 sixth-grade girls empowered themselves Saturday, March 3 for the leap from elementary school to junior high. The girls and their parents participated in the 12th annual Stepping Up for Girls event at Don Lugo High School, sponsored by Soroptimist International of the Chino Valley, Inc.

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  • CVUSD teams advance to California Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament

    Nine Chino Valley Unified School District teams have qualified for the California Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament after taking top places March 3 at a regional contest in San Bernardino.

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  • Chino Hills High School Boys Basketball Team CIF Division I State Champions!

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  • Two Wickman students will represent CVUSD in county history contest

    Good luck to Wickman Elementary School fifth-graders Mihir Mandapaka and Elle Scranton who will compete March 10 in the San Bernardino County History Day competition at Summit High in Fontana!

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  • Chino Valley Unified School District administrators recognized with top awards from Association of California School Administrators Region 12

    Three Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) administrators have received top recognition from the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Region 12, which represents educators in San Bernardino County.

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  • Meeting designed to help students, adults determine career path

    Students and adults will have the opportunity to discover their purpose in life and a possible career path at the Future N Focus meeting to be held 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Friday, March 23 at Chino Valley Unified School District's Alternative Education Center, 15650 Pipeline Ave., Chino Hills.

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  • AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS WAYNE M. JOSEPH

    Please CLICK THROUGH to read an important message from Superintendent of Schools Wayne M. Joseph

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  • Chino area state preschool programs seeking enrollment

    The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools has openings at its nine state preschool sites in the Chino Valley Unified School District.

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  • News Release from Chino PD

    The following news release involving Magnolia Junior High School was issued by Chino PD earlier today.

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  • Press Release from Chino Hills PD

    The following news release involving Townsend Junior High School was issued by Chino Hills PD earlier today.

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  • Don Lugo's Brianna Cabrera named to Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame

    Kudos to Don Lugo High School senior Brianna Cabrera, who will be among several student athletes honored at the Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame Honor ceremony on March 23 in Fontana.

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  • Chino Hills Police Department News Release

    The following news release involving Ayala High School was issued by Chino Hills PD earlier today.

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  • Canyon Hills student Artwork at Young Artists Gallery

    Canyon Hills Junior High School eighth-grader Hailey Braveheart has been chosen to show her artwork at the annual Young Artists' Gallery reception on March 14.

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  • Festival of Arts Showcase Student Artists

    Student talent will be on display at the Festival of Arts on Tues., February 27th from 6-8 p.m. and Wed., February 28th from 5-7 p.m. at Magnolia Junior High School.

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  • Sixth grade girls: Get ready for junior high school!

    Stepping Up for Girls, an activities-filled event for sixth grade girls transitioning to junior high, will be held 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday, March 3 at Don Lugo High School, 13400 Pipeline Ave., Chino.

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  • MESSAGE FROM MR. WAYNE JOSEPH, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

    Dear CVUSD Parents and Families, As we continue to mourn with the families affected by the senseless tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, it is natural that anxiety levels may be heightened about our own children’s safety. While the Florida tragedy has compelled us to take a closer look at our own community, I want to reiterate and reassure you that the safety and well-being of our students and staff is an on-going priority for the District. Student and staff safety is something that we are vigilant about every single day. The District continues to work with law enforcement agencies and emergency responders on efforts that include both prevention and response strategies. Through our continual emergency preparedness efforts, our Fire and Law enforcement partners are intimately familiar with our school campuses and ready to respond immediately and effectively to any potential emergency.

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  • Chino Hills Police Department - News Release

    The following news release involving a CVUSD school was issued today by Chino Hills Police Department.

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  • CVUSD students win Chinese writing contest

    Congratulations to the 10 Chino Valley Unified School District students who are winners in a Chinese writing contest held recently by the Chinese American Association Chino Hills. Cash prizes were awarded to winners: $300 for first place, $200 for second place, and $100 for third place.

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  • You're invited to Glenmeade's Golden Anniversary

    Glenmeade Elementary School will celebrate its 50th Anniversary February 23 at its campus in Chino Hills. An Anniversary Program is set for 9:00 a.m., and an Anniversary Celebration Dinner at 6:00 p.m.

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  • Schools Closed on February 19

    Just a reminder that there will be no school on February 19 in observance of Presidents Day. We hope everyone has a great day off!

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