The Chino Valley Unified School District provides all students a rigorous and relevant education in a safe learning environment.
United together, the Chino Valley Unified School District staff, parents/guardians, community, and Governing Board work to provide an educational environment whereby:
Our students possess the personal and academic skills to be successful, responsible and productive. They are motivated, self-confident, and life-long learners. They exhibit integrity and contribute to the well-being of their communities. They successfully solve problems using their intellectual capacity and appropriate technology tools. They respect the ideas of other people, while holding true to their own convictions. Students recognize that academic achievement is essential to competing in the global economic setting. They face the future knowing that their goals are within their reach, by continuing their education and through their individual commitment and hard work.
|District/School||Grade Span||# of Schools||Type||School Size||District Size||County||Geo Lead|
|Chino Valley Unified School District|
Ramona Junior High
|34||558||27,511||San Bernardino||Riverside and San Diego|
County: San Bernardino
Grades Served: K-12
Number of Schools: 34
- African American – 3.7%
- American Indian – 0.2%
- Asian – 18.4%
- Filipino – 4.8%
- Hispanic – 55.8%
- Pacific Islander – 0.3%
- White – 13.7%
- Two or More Races – 2.6%
Chino Valley USD's Community Engagement Problem of Practice
Low income and EL parents and families are not prepared for virtual/distance learning. Access to technology in the home is not equitable. There is a higher
risk of low student and parent engagement due to limited face to face contact. Parents and students have limited knowledge of technology use, and the English language. These are barriers that widen the achievement gap.
The Department of Access and Equity through the Family Engagement Center is providing one on one technology tutorials, check-in phone calls, home visits and mailers with information regarding PBIS and Distance Learning resources available. Culturally Responsive Teaching is the next step in addressing Equity concerns.
We have identified The City of Chino as our Community Partner. The City of Chino collaborates with Chino Valley School District’s HOPE Center serving all students and families of our District by providing support and connections to community resources.