Two Chino Valley administrators to be honored in April by their peers

By CVUSD    Two Chino Valley Unified School District administrators have been named tops in their field by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Region 12. Mary Salcido, Chino Valley Unified School District’s (CVUSD) Director of Access and Equity, has been named a co-recipient of the Curriculum & Instruction Administrator of the Year Award […]

CLHS Honors Educators Of Year At Ceremony In Ontario

By CVUSD  Five teachers from San Bernardino County were among 10 educators from the region who were honored at the annual California League of High Schools’ Region 10 Educator of the Year event on Jan. 13. County Superintendent Ted Alejandre was among those who attended the ceremony to congratulate the recipients. The county teachers, along with […]

Next Steps: Measure G

By CVUSD Now that the results of Chino Valley Unified School District’s Measure G have been certified, activity has begun to kick off the $750 million bond program. The most common question is when will the community see something built or go up or change as a result of Measure G’s passage. “That should become […]

Annual Make A Child Smile shopping Wednesday

By CVUSD As early as 1937, local firefighters were collecting old toys, repairing and distributing them to make holidays brighter for Chino children in need. By 1940, Chino firefighters were delivering toys throughout a 132-square-mile area, “sending trucks into every corner of the fire district on Christmas Eve,” according to an article in the Chino […]

A message from Superintendent Wayne M. Joseph

BY CVUSD 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, […]

Walnut Avenue Elementary School celebrates its Golden Anniversary

BY CVUSD   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. The school — built with some of the proceeds […]

Future Chino High students and their parents get help with homework

  By CVUSD  Several fifth- and sixth-graders from Walnut Avenue and Cortez elementary schools got help with homework and a look at their future school this week (Oct. 11) during a Homework Partnerships workshop offered at Chino High. Carol Sweat, Chino Valley Unified School District’s (CVUSD) Parent, School, Community Specialist, worked with the elementary students’ […]

University professor gives Chino High students advice on applying to college

Chino High students with questions about the college application process recently received advice from Dr. Begona Echeverria, a University of California, Riverside professor. Dr. Echeverria met in the school library on Oct. 3 with about 75 students from Diana Murillo’s Advanced Placement math classes. Dr. Echeverria gave advice on college essays and offered to give […]

Eagle Canyon helping Blake fight cancer

Chino Valley Unified School District Eagle Canyon Elementary School in Chino Hills kicked off its Cancer Awareness Month in October with a special assembly honoring 3-year-old Blake Wood who is battling leukemia. Arriving in a Batmobile and greeted by the cheers and tears of students, teachers and parents, Blake became an instant hero in the […]

Chino High Band wins Grand Championship at L.A. County Fair competition; Don Lugo takes third

By  CVUSD 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. That evening, the two […]

County Teachers of Year Selected, To Be Honored in October

By SBCSS SAN BERNARDINO – Four San Bernardino County teachers of the year have been announced, and the County Board of Education will honor them in October. The four teachers will be honored during a ceremony on Oct. 3 at the County Schools’ Brier building located at 760 E. Brier Drive in San Bernardino. Each […]

School nurse helps Buena Vista High students thrive

Photo courtesy: CVUSD : Buena Vista Continuation High School Nurse Sherry Ma listens as Board of Education President Andrew Cruz reads a commendation, honoring Ma for her work with students.

By CVUSD       Although Buena Vista Continuation High School nurse Sherry Ma was being honored at the Aug. 18 Board of Education meeting, she took the opportunity at the podium to thank district officials for helping to keep the Chino school’s Infant and Toddler Center open. The center, which cares for the babies […]

New teachers learn about CVUSD’s Area of Emphasis

By CVUSD Chino- Chino Valley Unified had the pleasure of welcoming 80 new teachers to the district on Tuesday, August 9 at a training session in the district’s new Professional Development Center building in Chino. New teachers for the 2016-2017 school year were comprised of both elementary and secondary teachers. Approximately half are coming to […]

ALICE Training

CVUSD staff members participate in the ALICE Training to prevent an “intruder” from entering the room.

By CVUSD   Chino Police: Action is better than just ducking for cover in active shooter situations Chino Valley – Seconds after hearing gunshots on campus, Ayala High Principal Diana Yarboi crouched behind a student desk, pulled off a sneaker and prepared to hurl it toward the classroom door. She and dozens of other Chino […]

CVUSD Juniors Score Better Than State & Nation On SAT

By CVUSD Chino- Chino Valley Unified School District 11th graders who took the SAT in March scored significantly better than similar students statewide and nationally on the standardized test that is widely used for college admission. District wide, the 2,009 CVUSD 11th graders taking the test (evidence-based reading and writing, and math) had a mean score […]

Don Lugo Earned A Six-Year Accreditation

CVUSD   Chino – This spring, Don Lugo High received a six-year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the longest accreditation granted by the organization to an educational institution. The WASC accreditation process aids institutions in developing and sustaining effective educational programs and assures the educational community, the general public, and other […]

CH High Director Added To MVP Athletic Director List

Staff Reports   Chino Hills – Athletic Director at Chino Hills High, Phil Garcia, has recently been named to the CIF Southern Section’s MVP Athletic Directors list, according to the Chino Valley Unified School District. Garcia is known for being an outstanding leader and making a positive impact on student athletes, which is why he […]

Boys Republic High School’s Class Of 2016

Graduates from the Boys Republic School in Chino Hills were excited to receive their diplomas.

CVUSD Chino Valley- Seven Boys Republic High students graduated on June 17 in the chapel of the private, nonprofit, nonsectarian school and treatment community for troubled youth in Chino Hills. Chino Valley Unified School District oversees the high school. The Boys Republic High School Annual Awards Ceremony included awards for underclassmen and graduates, some powerful […]

$50K in Scholarships Available for Class of 2016

Courtesy of CVUSD CHINO– Tim Adams, of School Portraits by Adams Photography, provided the Board of Education with the largest check to date of proceeds from the “Hit the Greens for Scholarships” Golf Tournament held every November. Adams has been hosting the tournament for the district for six years. This year’s check in the amount […]

CVUSD Seniors Perform Community Service

Courtesy of CVUSD As part of a literary unit on heroism, 12th grade students from across the Chino Valley Unified School District devoted several volunteer hours in community service over the winter break. Projects varied from volunteering at food banks and homeless shelters to cleaning up trails and parking lots across the city. Students were […]