• Parents and Guardians Gather for the First Parent Information Forum

    CVUSD hosted its first Parent Information Forum of the school year in the Chino High School Multipurpose Room on Wednesday, August 28th. In an area that seats 225 people, the room was full as attendees enjoyed a pizza dinner provided by Nutrition Services and listened to School Resource Officers share information on mental health awareness, drug abuse trends, social media and technology, and so much more. The next parent event scheduled is the Suicide Prevention Awareness training on September 25th at Ayala High School.

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  • Ayala High School Crowned 2019 Battle of the Bone Champion

    Chino Hills High School and Ayala High School prepared for battle during the 16th annual Battle of the Bone competition on Saturday, August 24th at Ayala High School. Both team's performance showed why they are such fierce opponents, but when the final whistle blew the Ayala Bulldogs walked off the field as the 2019 Battle of the Bones Champions! With only 7 seconds left to play, the Bulldogs pulled up an amazing win by beating the Husky camp, 29-28. Congratulations to both team for an amazing feat of athleticism, dedication, and school spirit!

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  • Chino Hills HS and Ayala HS Football Programs Win $1000 Sponsorship

    Both the Chino Hills Huskey and Ayala Bulldog football programs have been awarded a $1,000 sponsorship, compliments of Moon Valley Nurseries. For the past four years, Moon Valley Nurseries has offered 10 schools with the most nominations a $1,000 sponsorship that can be used for equipment, uniforms, or whatever else their program needs before their season kicks off. Congratulations Huskies and Bulldogs!

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  • Woodcrest JHS Named Microsoft Showcase School Two Years in a Row

    Congratulations to CVUSD’s Woodcrest JHS for receiving the prestigious designation as a Microsoft Showcase School for the second year in a row and continuing their commitment to empowering educators and students to re-imagine and re-design leading, teaching and learning in their school and the region. Woodcrest JHS is one of only four school sites in California given the title of a being a Microsoft Showcase School. They join a global community of approximately 290 school sites across 61 countries that amplify the use of technology to drive school-wide transformation and efficiencies by using Microsoft’s K-12 Education Transformation Framework.

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  • Parent Information Forum Scheduled August 28, 2019 - FREE and Open to the Public

    Parents are invited to learn more about mental health resources, drug abuse trends, social media/technology issues, and more at the first of four Parent Information Forums. The workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, August 28th at 6:30 pm in the Chino High School Multipurpose Room. Free childcare will be offered on site and attendees are welcomed to enjoy a light dinner before the presentation begins. All are welcomed!

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  • CVUSD Welcomes Back Students on the First Day of School

    Students and staff celebrated the first day of school on Monday, August 12th. From Kindergartners to Seniors, everyone was full of excitement as they greeted new faces and ran into old friends. Many CVUSD campuses began the year with a "Meet Your Teacher" event that blended nicely with special celebrations for the first day of school.

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  • CVUSD's Community CARE Closet Offers Back-to-School Necessities for CVUSD Families

    Community CARE Closet is one of three programs offered under CVUSD's HOPE Program where staff and volunteers strive to surround our families with a community of support. Located on the CVUSD Adult School campus, the district's Community CARE Closet offers Chino Valley families in need or crisis a safe and welcoming place to "shop" for clothing, emergency hygiene supplies, and school supplies at no cost.

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  • District Administrators Come Together During 2019 Leadership Charge Week

    District Administrators and Staff kick off the 2019-2020 school year with Leadership Charge Week. This year's emphasis is Leading with Focus where leaders are encouraged to concentrate on key tasks that impact the success and growth of students district-wide. Leadership Charge also allows for new and veteran staff to mingle and collaborate on how each department and school site can assist and support each other for a productive year.

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  • Ayala High School Choirs Bring Home Gold Medals from National Competition World Strides Festival

    Congratulations to the Ayala HS Choir! We are so proud of our talented and incredible students for their achievements in taking home several accomplishments and awards during their tour competition in Boston over Spring Break! The Vocal Ensemble earned Gold 1st place, while the Men’s Ensemble and Women’s Ensemble both earned Gold 2nd place! Student Lenard Baronda earned the Maestro Award for soloist!

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  • Five CVUSD School Teams Advance to World Finals of Odyssey of the Mind

    An astounding 33 CVUSD students comprising five CVUSD school teams have conquered Odyssey of the Mind State competitions and are eligible to compete in the World Finals this May at Michigan State University! The CVUSD teams to beat are from Chino High School (grades 9-12); Wickman Elementary School (grades 4-5); Oakridge Elementary School (grades 5-6); Canyon Hills Junior High School (grades 8) and the youngest winners from Eagle Canyon Elementary School (grades 1-3)!

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  • Briggs K-8 Students Win Regional Rube Goldberg Competition

    Briggs does it again! We are so proud of our Briggs students for taking home first place in the middle school division of the Regional Rube Goldberg competition on February 13, 2019! The Briggs team also earned two community awards, both for Most Creative, from Wells Fargo and from the Garner Holt Productions, Inc. Next stop for the Pigs from Briggs: The National Rube Goldberg competition this spring in Indiana!

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  • Suicide Prevention Awareness Resource Materials Available

    The CVUSD Suicide Prevention Awareness event on January 23, 2019 provided information and advice to parents, guardians and the community about how to help students who are struggling with emotional issues. Expert speaker Dr. Dianne Vargas has provided resource materials to community members who may not have been able to attend, or attendees who want written resources that were discussed during the presentation.

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  • Ayala Engineering Students Present at City of Chino Hills

    Ayala High School Engineering students designed Bulldog Bridge, a pedestrian bridge to problem solve student foot traffic and provide students a safe way to enter campus. On January 24, 2019, six teams of Principle of Engineering students led by Michael Collins, BVROP Engineering Teacher, presented their Ayala Pedestrian Bridge Design Briefs and 3D models to the City of Chino Hills Engineers and several council members.

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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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  • CVUSD Success fall issue now available

    Check out the latest issue of the District digital magazine, CVUSD Success! To subscribe to CVUSD Success, email the District Communications Department!

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  • School Quality Parent Survey Opens Oct. 1

    Every voice matters in Chino Valley USD! Share your feedback in our School Quality Parent Survey! The survey will be open October 1-November 9. Share your thoughts on student and academic support, safety and behavior, school leadership, family involvement, and more! The results will spark meaningful changes in our district and schools. Parents look for an email for an invitation and survey link, or click the School Quality Parent Survey title above to access and fill out the survey.

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  • Free Six Week Course on Mental Health and Illness

    Learn from mental health professionals about mental illness, what it looks like and how to to help your children and families. CVUSD nurse Jenny Mott and Maria DeLaTorre will be presenting a FREE six-week series on the Basics of helping your child with behaviors that may be interrupting their learning. This NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) class will cover various types of mental illness- anxiety, depression, ADD, ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, disruptive mood disorder, conduct disorder, child onset schizophrenia, substance abuse disorder, and co-occurring disorders

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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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