• Happy Thanksgiving CVUSD

    Though Thanksgiving may look different for many of us this year, my wish is that the love and humility that defines this season remains constant for you and your families. May you have a restful and safe Thanksgiving with your loved ones and come back ready to continue our important work so that we may soon be together in person again.

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  • UPDATE ON REOPENING SCHOOLS FOR IN-PERSON BLENDED LEARNING

    As we prepare for a number of our students to return to campuses for special education services and afterschool conditioning, the health and safety of our students and staff remains a top priority for the District. Select “Read More” to read Dr. Enfield’s message discussing the newly created COVID-19 Dashboard, how positive COVID-19 cases will be handled and health and safety measures implemented at school locations.

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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 Thanksgiving break, Grab and Go Meals will not be available for pick up Monday, November 23, 2020 through Friday, November 27, 2020. Services will resume Monday, November 30. Eleven new school sites will begin serving Grab and Go Meals curbside beginning November 30. To find a location near you, please click “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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  • Wellness Assistance Line

    The newly launched CVUSD Wellness Assistance Line serves students and families within the Chino Valley Unified School District with screening for assistance, referrals, and resources relating to social, emotional, and the overall well-being of students. Counselors are available to receive your calls Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Wellness Assistance Line will remain available until school campuses reopen for Blended Learning.

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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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  • 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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  • Don Lugo's QuestNews joins PBS NewsHour program

    Building the next generation of video journalists, Don Lugo’s QuestNews will participate in PBS’s NewsHour Student Reporting Labs. The national journalism program connects educators with an innovative curriculum to develop digital media, critical thinking, and communications skills to assist students with producing original youth-focused news reports.

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  • Chino Hills Huskies Win Big at SolarCup 2.0

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has cancelled many in-person competitions across the nation, the Husky Solar Boat team finds victory at the recently revised SolarCup 2.0 competition where students learn about conservation of natural resources, electrical and mechanical engineering and so much more.

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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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