• Richard Gird Hall of Fame call for nominees
    The nomination period for the Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) Richard Gird Educational Hall of Fame is now open through January 31, 2019. Nomination applications can be found HERE The CVUSD Richard Gird Educational Hall of Fame annually recognizes distinguished CVUSD graduates, employees, and major contributors for their individual contributions in scholarship, athletics, Associated Student Body (ASB) activities, career, community service, and/or society as a whole to the CVUSD community.

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  • New GED Math Class at Adult School
    For the first time, Chino Valley Adult School is now offering a GED Math Class with an instructor in the afternoons and evenings. The class is held in Room 21 at the adult school. Class is free but the textbook must be purchased.

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  • Measure G Citizen's Oversight Committee
    The Chino Valley Unified School District has a vacancy for a Business Representative to serve on the Measure G Citizens’ Oversight Committee as a Business Representative. Applicants must live within District boundaries.

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  • Letter from Superintendent Norm Enfield
    Dear Chino Valley Unified School District Parents, Guardians and Community:
    It has been almost two months since we started the school year and I have had the opportunity to visit many classrooms, speak with teachers and staff, as well as meet with parent and community groups.  The thing that strikes me every time I step onto a campus or into a meeting is the level of dedication that is palpable among everyone present.  I am heartened to know that our team efforts to provide an enriching, caring and safe learning environment for our students is a solid, common ground among all of us—from classified staff and certificated personnel to parents/guardians and community partners.  READ MORE HERE

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  • Last night, Board member Andrew Cruz issued a public apology for hurtful comments he made at last week's Board meeting.  I commend Mr. Cruz for acknowledging his error, and apologizing to anyone he hurt.  The Chino Valley Unified School District does not and will never condone, support or agree with any language or actions that promote discrimination or hatred. (MORE)
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  • Stay informed by watching School Board meetings on YouTube

    Chino Valley Unified School District is now posting the videos of all School Board meetings to YouTube.

    The direct link to the videos is

    You can also find the link to the meetings on the District website (under the Board of Education page). The District website is at



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