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  • Photo of female transitional kindergarten teacher in classroom with 11 of her students Teacher conducting class

    in same room she

    attended as kindergartner

    Forty-one years ago, an eager little girl in pig tails and frilly socks stood in front of Walnut Avenue Elementary School for a first-day-of-school photo.

    Recently, she stood in the same place, but this time as a teacher at the Chino school.

    For the complete story and more photos, click here.


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  • Four high school band members in uniform and band director Doug Bowden accepting a plaque on a football field Chino High Band wins

    Silver Medal in championship

    featuring So Cal bands

    Chino High’s 77th Cavalry Marching Band took the Silver Medal at the 2016 Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) Field Championships on Nov. 19 in Arcadia. It was the third year in a row that the band earned more than 95 points for its overall field performance.

    For the complete story and more photos, click here.


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  • Head and shoulder photo of Superintendent Wayne M. Joseph A message from

    Superintendent

    Wayne M. Joseph

    The holiday season is the time of year we all take time to pause and count the numerous blessings in our lives. This is never more important than this year in which recent events have underscored the seething anger and frustration of many of our fellow American citizens. The time has come therefore, for us to reflect upon the positive occurrences that have affected us.

    For me, it has been heartening to witness, these past twenty three months, the spirit of cooperation throughout the Chino Valley as my team and I met to discuss the facilities needs in our District. This time was especially gratifying in that it reaffirmed how vital and robust our schools are and how they continue to be a top priority for our community.

    No matter the outcome and final results of Measure G, let us never doubt or question this community’s commitment to its schools and its children.

    I hope that you will have some moments to reflect over this past year as well, and may the magic that is so prevalent this time of year permeate your lives and that of your families.

    I wish all of you a very safe and prosperous holiday season.

    Wayne M. Joseph

    Superintendent


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  • Illustration of video camera on a tripod Videos on Chino Hills High’s

    Student-Athlete Night,

    and Philanthropy Club

    Chino Hills High’s DIGITAL Crew, under the direction of teacher Mike Rolland, has posted two new videos about school life on YouTube.

    Check these out:

    NCAA Student-Athlete Night hosted by the counseling staff

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glKAMclcjYw

     

    Ms. Kuh’s Philanthropy Club

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3q2RqAFoZQ


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  • Chino Hills High logo, featuring crest of arms topped with the face of a husky dog mascot Check out these recent

    videos by Chino Hills

    High's DIGITAL Crew

    The student videographers work under the direction of teacher Mike Rolland.

     

    • Señor García’s Spanish 3 class cooks chicken mole in the kitchen:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYcZ2T5AKyw

     

    • CHHS Girls Volleyball 2016:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQhwGOO1Wp4

     

    • Some CHHS teachers say thank you to students:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-cv0HAv1Kw

    This last video was shown at a recent Chino Hills High rally.


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  • Photo of four male high school students and their male teacher standing in front of American flags Ayala High students

    take second in 2016

    Congressional App Challenge

    A team of four students from Ayala High in Chino Hills have won second place overall in the 39th Congressional District for the 2016 Congressional App Challenge, a software applications competition.

    For the complete story, click here.


     

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  • Photo of drawing of adolescent girl's face, with one side a collage of symbols Briggs students describe

    physical, chemical

    properties at meeting

    Briggs Fundamental School students shared their Project Based Learning/STEAM project “You Matter – An Exhibition of Physical and Chemical Properties” at the Nov. 3 Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education meeting in Chino.

    For the complete story and more photos, click here.


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  • Don Lugo High logo Don Lugo High Band invited

    to Pearl Harbor Day parade

    Don Lugo High’s marching band and color guard have been invited to participate in the 2017 Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade, to be held Dec. 7, 2017.

    The parade in Honolulu, Hawaii commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941 which resulted in the deaths of approximately 2,400 Americans, and led to the United States’ entry into World War II.

    Don Lugo High Principal Kimberly Cabrera has given the band approval to pursue the invitation, including seeking permission from the Board of Education to travel to Hawaii, Band Director Steve Yanik said.


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  • Head and torso photo of new Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen Claremont’s incoming police

    chief is Chino High graduate

    Claremont Police Department’s newly named Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen is a Chino High School graduate who grew up playing soccer with Chino Police Chief Karen Comstock, a Don Lugo High graduate.

    For the complete story, click here.


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  • Illustration of four Renaissance period musicians, standing and playing instruments Tickets on sale for

    Ayala High Choir’s

    annual Madrigal Feaste

    Ayala High School Choir will present its 18th annual Madrigal Feaste, 6:45 p.m. December 7 to 10 in the school’s multi-purpose room, 14255 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills.

    The Renaissance-themed holiday event includes costumed singers and a “royal” banquet.

    Tickets are available online for $27. Click here for the Madrigal Feaste flyer.


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  • Helping Our People Everyday logo of hands clasping inside heart outline HOPE Centers, CARE        

    Closet receive donations

    The Chino Valley community has once again overwhelmingly shown its commitment to the students and families of our school district!

    In late August, the HOPE Family Resource Centers reached out to request donations for urgently needed hygiene items like shampoo, toothpaste and laundry detergent for families at-risk or in transition. On behalf of everyone at HOPE and CARE programs, THANK YOU for the generosity shown to families undergoing financial and personal hardships. The Community CARE Closet is now stocked and ready to continue to assist those in need. Most recent donors include:

    • Veterans of Foreign War - $500 gift card donation
    • Released Time Christian Education – hygiene supplies
    • Cornerstone Community Church – hygiene supplies
    • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints- $975 donation toward hygiene supplies
    • California Institution for Men - $542.75 donation
    • Inland Hills Church – clothing drive
    • And countless teachers, district staff and individual donors who dropped off clothing and hygiene supplies to the family resource centers

    As we enter this season of thanksgiving and celebration, our hearts are grateful to partner with so many caring individuals and community agencies!


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  • Head and shoulders photo of Natalie Duran, a Chino High cheerleader, holding a paper that says London Chino High cheerleader will

    ring in New Year in London

    Chino High cheerleader Natalie Duran will celebrate the beginning of 2017 by performing in London’s famous New Year’s Day Parade.

    For the complete story, click here.

     


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  • Photo of several kindergarten students singing at an outdoor assembly Walnut Avenue Elementary

    School celebrates

    Golden Anniversary

    Bubbling with excitement, Walnut Avenue Elementary School students lined up Friday morning (Nov. 4) to form a giant 50 on their school playfield. A photographer atop a very tall ladder captured the moment as part of the Chino school’s 50th Anniversary Celebration assembly.

    For the complete story and more photos, click here.


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  • Head and shoulders photo of Robert Mount Longtime Ayala High swim

    coach hangs up his whistle

    Robert Mount recently retired from coaching, ending a 19-year run as head swim coach at Ayala High.

    Mount will continue as a history teacher at Ayala, but will be out of the classroom for about five weeks because of a scheduled knee surgery.

    For the complete story, click here.


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  • Logo of Chino Valley Unified School District  

    Maintaining Excellence

    in Chino Valley Schools

    Frequently Asked Questions about Measure G

     

    Q:        What is Measure G?

    A:         On August 4, 2016 the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to place Measure G, the Chino Valley Unified School District Student Achievement, Repair and Safety Measure on the November 2016 ballot.  Measure G will make urgent and basic repairs to our aging schools, improve technology, and classrooms to help us to maintain the high level of academic excellence our schools provide.

     

    Q:        Why was Measure G placed on the ballot?

    A:         We are proud of our award-winning schools which significantly outperform the County and state average. Our teachers have been recognized as educators of the year on the County and the state levels. But most of our schools were literally built decades ago, with some built in the 1950s, and need basic health and safety improvements. If approved by voters, Measure G will provide the basic improvements our schools need.

     

    Q:        Will Measure G help improve education in our schools?

    A:         Yes. Full-service elementary and junior high schools are essential to meet children’s basic social, emotional and academic needs.  If approved by voters, Measure G will provide repaired and safe space for before- and after-school tutoring, computer, math and science labs, the arts and physical education, ensuring students and their families get the support they need to succeed.

     

    Q:        Will Measure G help local students prepare for jobs and careers?

    A:         Yes. Many students take part in our career education programs that train them for jobs in health care, computer science, and law enforcement. If approved by voters, Measure G will upgrade and expand classrooms and equipment necessary for quality job training opportunities, allowing students who do not go to college to acquire real-world skills and compete for good jobs when they graduate. 

     

    Q:        What basic school repair needs will Measure G address?

    A:         Our decades-old schools require basic improvements. Many have had past problems with lead found in the water of school drinking fountains and faucets. If approved by voters, Measure G will replace rusty, corroded pipes and old plumbing to continue to ensure safe, clean drinking water for students. Other health and safety improvements that Measure G was crafted to address include removing asbestos, lead paint and other hazardous substances, updating fire safety, repairing deteriorating classrooms and fixing leaky roofs.

     

    Q:        What priorities for our schools will be addressed by Measure G?

    A:         Residents believe strong communities and strong schools go hand-in-hand, with improvements to neighborhood schools strengthening local property values. Top priorities included in Measure G for our schools include:

    • Retaining and attracting quality teachers
    • Ensuring safe drinking water
    • Removing lead from drinking fountains and faucets
    • Repairing leaky roofs
    • Removing asbestos and lead paint
    • Replacing deteriorating, rusty pipes
    • Provide competitive, 21st century learning

     

    The full text of measure G, including project list, can be found online. Please click here to read the full text of the Chino Valley USD Ballot Measure.

     

    Q:        How much does Measure G cost?

    A:         Measure G is a $750 million education bond that will create a dedicated source of local funds to repair and upgrade our own neighborhood schools. Measure G will cost approximately $60.00 per $100,000 of assessed, not market, property value.

     

    Q:        When is the election?

    A:         Election Day is November 8, 2016.  The last day to register to vote is October 24, 2016.

     

    Q:        How can I get more information?

    A:         To learn more about Measure G or to request a factual community presentation, visit our website www.chino.k12.ca.us  or contact Julie Gobin at (909) 628-1201, ext. 1616 or julie_gobin@chino.k12.ca.us.


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  • The word future circled on a dictionary page CVUSD Board of Education approves Long Range Facilities Master Plan

    More than $1 billion in school construction projects have been identified in the Long Range Facilities Master Plan approved by the Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education at its June 30 meeting.

    To see the complete story, click here.

    To see the PowerPoint presentation from the June 16, 2016 Board of Education meeting on the 2016 Long Range Facilities Master Plan, click here.

    To see the 2016 Long Range Facilities Master Plan, click here. (Download may take a few minutes)


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  • Logo for Chino Hills High's Health Sciences Academy Health Sciences Academy explores controversial proposition in latest

    online newspaper

    Check out Chino Hills High's Health Sciences Academy's November edition of its online newspaper.

    "In this edition, we focused on Prop 64 (Legalization of Marijuana for Recreational Use)," HSA newspaper advisor Neil Murphy said. "We approached this controversial issue from a health science perspective."

    To see the edition, click here.


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  • Head and shoulders photo of Superintendent Wayne M. Joseph A message from

    Superintendent

    Wayne M. Joseph:

    On August 4, 2016, the Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education placed Measure G on the November 8, 2016 ballot to ask voters to consider a $750 million education bond to repair and upgrade aging and deteriorating classrooms for safety and technology, to continue to attract and retain our excellent local teachers and educators, and to ensure our schools continue to outperform State and county averages.

    As you may know, most of our local schools were built decades ago – some in the 1950s – and they need basic repairs.  If approved by voters this November, Measure G will replace older plumbing systems and rusty, corroded water pipes found in many schools and ensure safe drinking water.  It will also remove asbestos and lead paint, fix restrooms, leaky roofs and update fire safety systems in our local schools. Additionally, Measure G would be used to provide repaired and safe space for before- and after-school tutoring, computer, math and science labs, and the arts and physical education, ensuring students and their families get the support they need to succeed, and that our schools maintain our high levels of academic excellence.

    Over the summer, an independent community survey commissioned by the District concluded that Chino Valley voters remain very supportive of our local schools and are prepared to support an education bond.  The proposed Measure G requires an independent Oversight Committee and annual financial audits.  By law, no Measure G money can be spent on administrators’ salaries or pensions, and it cannot be taken away by Sacramento politicians.  All funds are required to be spent locally to improve our neighborhood schools.  These fiscal safeguards ensure funds are used efficiently and effectively.

    I am humbled by the community’s support for our parents, teachers, staff and students. The community clearly recognizes that safe, repaired and up-to-date classrooms are important factors to a child’s success. 

    Please visit www.chino.k12.ca.us for more information about Measure G.

    Thank you,

    Wayne M. Joseph

    Superintendent


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  • Photo of approximately nine Chino High Band members in uniform and with brass instruments. Chino High Band wins Grand Championship at L.A. County Fair competition; Don Lugo High Band takes third

    Chino High 77th Cavalry Marching Band and Pageantry took first place in the Los Angeles County Fair High School Marching Band Competition on Sept. 23, winning $10,000.

    Don Antonio Lugo High Marching Band of Chino took third place in the Class B of the competition, earning a $500 prize.

    For the complete story, click here.


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  • Photo of Ayala High English teacher Alexis King Ayala High’s Alexis King named one of four 2016 County Teachers of the Year

    Ayala High English teacher Alexis King grew up in a family of teachers, so early on she learned to love the idea of inspiring young minds.

    After seven years in the field, she has been named one of four San Bernardino County Teachers of the Year who will be honored at a ceremony on October 3 in San Bernardino.

    For the complte story, click here.


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  • Logo for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress CVUSD students outperform state in second year of test

    Chino Valley Unified School District students overall outperformed the state in every grade level tested on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium last spring.

    For the complete story, click here.


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  • Art of calendar with the words Put this on your Calendar! above it Important parent meetings coming in September, March

    Two Parent Information Forums are planned for 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Don Lugo High in Chino, and Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at Ayala High in Chino Hills.

    Topics to be discussed include drug trends, social media risks and concerns, and the provisional driver license laws.

    These are the only Parent Information Forums planned this school year, so don’t miss out!

    Click here for the flyer.

     


     

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  • Chino Valley Unified School District logo of a rising sun with a book under it. Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education

    Places Education Measure

    on November 2016 Ballot

    CHINO – The Chino Valley Unified School District Board of Education unanimously voted Thursday evening to place a local education bond measure on the November 8th 2016 ballot for voters’ consideration.

    For the complete story, click here.


     

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  • Illustration of  school meal on a tray, including milk, salad, bread, orange, meat patty, and bowl of fruit Chino Valley Parents

    and Guardians:

    Applying for free or reduced school meals is as easy as 1-2-3.

    1. Click on the Online Meal Applications icon at the bottom of this page
    2. Complete the online application
    3. Submit!

    An application must be completed every year, regardless if your child has previously received free or reduced school meals. Only one application is required when applying. No proof of income is required when applying. A Social Security number is not required to apply (select NONE in that field of the application). All student information will remain confidential. Other students will not know if your child is receiving this benefit.

    Free computer access is available at the Chino Public Library, 13180 Central Ave., Chino, for parents or guardians who do not have access to a computer at home. Paper applications are available at the District Office, 5130 Riverside Drive, Chino (Board Room lobby, Nutrition Services Department, or foyer to the Business Services Department).

    For information about the free or reduced school meals program, call (909) 628-1201, ext. 1500.


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  • The word Success in differetn colors rising up stair steps Updated Local Control and Accountability Plan approved

    Chino Valley Unified School District’s annual plan to increase academic performance for all students was approved by the Board of Education at its June 30 meeting.

    The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is required of California school districts each year as part of the State’s effort to allow districts to have more control over the State money they receive, as well as to increase support to English Learners, foster youth, and low-income students. It must be updated each year and reflects the academic goals for a three-year period.

    Chino Valley Unified School District’s LCAP is available on the District’s website at www.chino.k12.ca.us (click on LCAP/LCFF under District Shortcuts on left side of page, and then click on the 2016/2017 LCAP link).

    For the complete story, click here.


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  • Photo of Measure M booklet Link available to

    book highlighting

    Measure M projects

    It is 14 years since the Measure M school construction and modernization bond was approved by voters. In that time, the $150 million bond was leveraged to more than $330 million using a combination of funds from the State Office of Public School Construction, the Deferred Maintenance Fund, and interest earned.  With those funds, the District built five new schools, numerous multi-purpose rooms, a high school science wing, classroom buildings, lunch shelters, computer labs, playground structures, new and renovated athletic facilities, renovated front offices, and performed major overall renovation at several schools. All 30 schools on the original list benefited from Measure M funding.

    Thank you for the support of our students and the Measure M Bond which has now concluded. Below is a link to the book that details the major projects accomplished with the bond.

    Hope to see you at an upcoming meeting!

     

    Measure M Book link:

    https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/4e985954-c040-49d3-867f-f9bc9c13a1a8


     

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  • Silhouette of a jubilant high school graduate raising his arms in the air Graduation rates on

    the rise in Chino Valley

    Unified School District

    Chino Valley Unified School District’s graduation rate for the 2014-2015 school year was much better than both the state and county, according to reports released by the state this week.

    For the complete story, click here.


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  • Art of Twitter bird logo with the words follow us on twitter For breaking news

    and features:

    Follow Chino Valley Unified School District on Twitter at www.twitter.com/CVUSDNews

     

     

     

     


     

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  • Art featuring the names of different types of careers Spotlight on Chino Valley Unified School District’s Career Preparation academies

    For the complete story, click here.

     

     


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  • Illustration of man standing at podium while audience listens 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 http://chino.k12.ca.us/Page/15639.

    You can also find the link to the meetings on the District website (under the Board of Education page). The District website is at www.chino.k12.ca.us.


     

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  • Looking for a Past Announcement?

    Click on What Used to Be New

    under District Shortcuts

    (top left of the website).


     

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