|7/18/2014 2:36 PM||District-Wide||District News||9/1/2014||Yes|
2014/2015 Bus Pass
The District Office will
begin processing bus applications and payments on Monday, July 28, 2014 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please be advised that students DO NOT need to be present for this
procedure (unless they are in Middle/High School AND are NEW to the
district). It is recommended that due to
limited office space only the parent/guardian come to the office for the
Please be reminded that
all bus riding students must have a valid bus pass in order to utilize Jurupa
USD transportation for the 2014/2015 school year. Students who require transportation as per
their Individualized Education Plan (IEP) are exempt from this process. Each school year parents are required to
process a new transportation application at the District Office, located at
4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509.
Eligibility is determined
according to the student’s home address only.
Students on an approved Inter or Intra District Transfer are not
eligible for transportation services.
The District has eliminated middle and high school transportation, with
the exception of reinstating some secondary stops due to hazardous community
conditions. In addition, the District’s
walking distance for elementary is two miles.
Our website now offers a
writable bus application on line which will allow you to fill out the
information, print and bring with you to the District Office. A food services application is also available
on line and may be completed to determine those eligible for free/reduced
services. Food applications were also
mailed to your home address however additional forms will be available at the
Food Services Website
Procesamiento de Transporte 2014/2015
La oficina del distrito empezará a aceptar solicitudes
de transporte y pagos el lunes, 28 de
Julio del 2014 durante el horario de
8:30a.m. – 12:00 p.m. y de 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., lunes a viernes. Por favor tome en cuenta que NO ES NECESARIO que los estudiantes estén
presente para este procedimiento (a menos que vayan a entrar a la escuela
secundaria o preparatoria y sean NUEVOS al
distrito). Debido al espacio limitado en
la oficina, se recomienda que solamente el padre/guardián o tutor vengan a la
oficina a procesar su solicitud.
Por favor recuerde que todo estudiante que sea
transportado por autobús escolar deberá tener un pase de autobús valido para
utilizar los servicios de transporte del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Jurupa
(JUSD) para el año escolar 2014/2015. Los
estudiantes que requieren de servicios de transporte conforme a su Plan de Educación
Individualizado (IEP) están exentos de este proceso. Cada año los padres deben procesar una nueva
solicitud de transporte en la oficina del distrito, ubicada en 4850 Pedley
Road, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509.
La elegibilidad solamente se determina de acuerdo a la
dirección del estudiante. Los
estudiantes que fueron aprobados para un traslado a la escuela de su elección,
no son elegibles para servicios de transporte. El distrito eliminó el transporte de las
escuelas secundarias y preparatorias, con la excepción de algunas paradas que
fueron restablecidas debido a condiciones peligrosas en la comunidad. Además, la distancia de elegibilidad para los
estudiantes de primaria son dos millas.
Nuestro sitio web ahora ofrece una solicitud en la red
en la que se le permite completar su información, imprimirla y traerla consigo
a la Oficina del Distrito. Una solicitud
para los servicios de alimentos también está disponible en la red y puede ser
completada para determinar aquellos que son elegibles para los servicios
gratuitos o reducidos. Las solicitudes para
los alimentos también fueron enviadas por correo a la dirección de su hogar;
sin embargo, la oficina del distrito tendrá formas adicionales disponibles.
Sitio en la red del deparmento de transporte
Sitio en la red de servicios de alimentos
|7/17/2014 9:18 AM||District-Wide||District News||10/1/2014||Yes|
Board of Education Member Bobby Hernandez
passed away unexpectedly on July 12th.
Mr. Hernandez was a JUSD Board of Education Member since 2012, and a former student teacher, substitute teacher, and
volunteer high school wrestling coach in our school district. He also served on
several school district committees. Bobby served on the Parks Board for 20
years and was currently serving on the boards of the Jurupa Mountains Cultural
Center and the Jurupa Valley Chamber of Commerce, and was a current member of
the Rotary Club of Jurupa.
Mr. Hernandez had a heart for service to
others, especially Jurupa’s students and staff, and members of the Jurupa
Our condolences go out to the Hernandez
family. Bobby will be missed by the students and staff of Jurupa Unified School District,
his fellow board members, the Jurupa community and those whose lives he touched
through his selfless service to others.
Services for Trustee Bobby Hernandez have been
scheduled as follows:
Visitation and Viewing
Tuesday, July 22nd
4:00 – 8:00 p.m.
6091 Mission Blvd.
Viewing and Services
Wednesday, July 23rd
Viewing – 9:00 – 9:45 a.m.
Services – 10:00 a.m.
5950 Serendipity Road
|7/14/2014 3:46 PM||District-Wide||District News||7/2/2014||Yes|
JURUPA VALLEY RESIDENTS:
PLEASE JOIN US ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 2ND AT 6:00 P.M. AT JURUPA MIDDLE SCHOOL
Jurupa Unified School District is constantly exploring ways to improve the educational opportunities it provides to its students. Our neighborhood elementary, middle and high schools offer well-rounded academic and extracurricular programs that prepare students for success. As JUSD continues to evaluate the needs facing our facilities and a viable option for addressing these needs, we welcome your input and feedback, hope to see you there.
The Jurupa Unified School District is reviewing the needs of our school facilities and potential funding sources. We welcome your comments and feedback as we evaluate our educational priorities. Please rate the importance of the following projects: Here and Here.
To learn more about how local communities can support schools click here.
Facility and Technology Focus Group Presentation
|7/1/2014 3:10 PM||District-Wide||District News||6/30/2014||Yes|
|6/17/2014 11:18 AM||District-Wide||District News||8/1/2014||Yes|
are interested in a change of instructional design for your student, in a new
and innovative learning environment, please email Jenna_Saugstad@jusd.k12.ca.us or call (951) 360-2660.
Enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year is happening now.
WASC Accredited statement
|6/5/2014 11:01 AM||District-Wide||District News||6/17/2014||Yes|
Pursuant to Education Codes 42127 and 52052, a public hearing will be held on Monday, June 16, 2014 to solicit comments from members of the public regarding the Draft JUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). A copy of the plan can be viewed on the District's webpage or in the Education Services department located at the Education Center. For more complete information, please see the attached flyer.
|5/16/2014 10:24 AM||District-Wide||District News||7/1/2014||Yes|
Under California’s new public education funding rules,
school districts are required to adopt a Local Control Accountability Plan
(LCAP) that describes the actions, services and expenditures that support
student growth. In building the three-year plan, our district considered
input from parents, staff, students, and other stakeholders. JUSD has
developed a draft LCAP and posted it on our LCFF/LCAP website. The
District is asking stakeholders to review this draft plan and provide comments.
You can find an online comments section Here.
|5/15/2014 8:04 AM||District-Wide||District News||6/30/2014||Yes|
Brenda Ramirez and Shamari Thomas, Rubidoux High School students, pictured below, have been selected as CBAADA 2014 Outstanding Athletes.
Along with student recognitions, Jurupa Valley High School, Patriot High School, and Rubidoux High School were recognized as a 2014 recipient of the CBAADA Sportsmanship Award. Each school will be provided a banner to display on campus. This award acknowledges the emphasis on sportsmanship and conduct along with the positive learning environment for all student athletes.
|5/7/2014 1:58 PM||District-Wide||District News||6/9/2014||Yes|
Ten Inland-area schools will receive the 2013-14 Title I Academic
Achievement Award for improving students’ academic progress despite
The award is given to schools that receive federal Title I
money to help students living at or below the poverty line. More than
6,000 schools in California participate in the federal Title I program
out of about 10,000 schools in the state.
For further details, please read the article here.
|5/7/2014 7:25 AM||District-Wide||District News||6/1/2014||Yes|
Jeanie Fortin, Assistant Superintendent’s Secretary-Education Services is Riverside County’s Confidential Employee of the Year. Congratulations Jeanie!
|4/28/2014 8:15 AM||District-Wide||District News||5/12/2014||Yes|
Please join us in congratulating Mr. Andy Huben, Mira
Loma Middle Principal, on receiving the 2014
Western Riverside County Association of School Managers Middle School
Principal of the Year Award. ACSA recognizes outstanding principals who have
succeeded in providing high quality learning opportunities for students as well
as demonstrating exemplary contributions to the profession. Mr. Huben is seen
here accepting his award at Thursday's award dinner.
|4/26/2014 7:41 AM||District-Wide||Community News||5/3/2014||Yes|
A friend’s son wants to go to the prom but his parents are financially strapped. All he needs is a suit or tux.
Can anyone help?
Mickey’s Facebook request not only led to a new suit for 16-year-old
Albert Luna Jr. A community came together and pitched in flowers, a limo
ride and dinner for 14 kids.
Read more Here.
|4/16/2014 8:54 AM||District-Wide||District News||4/15/2014||Yes|
was saddened to hear of the
tragic bus crash in Northern California yesterday involving students on
their way to visit Humboldt State University; no JUSD students were
involved. Administration, staff and students send their sympathies to
those affected by this horrible accident.
|4/4/2014 9:59 AM||District-Wide||Community News||5/31/2014||Yes|
This 5K run is an opportunity for everyone to gather with family,
friends, and neighbors to participate in a community athletic event.
This annual community running event will take place in the beautiful
Inland Empire city of Jurupa Valley. Runners and walkers of all
experience levels are invited to come out and enjoy the festivities!
The 5K Run/Walk/Jog (3.1miles), offers a diverse outdoor experience for
all ages. All events including the Finish Line Celebration will take
place on Saturday, May 31, 2014.
You can find more information at the Community Run Home Page, and Register Here.
|4/3/2014 1:22 PM||District-Wide||District News||5/31/2014||Yes|
The Jurupa Unified School District is pleased to congratulate
Rubidoux High School ASB President Javier
Lopez who has been elected to the California Association of Student Leaders
(CASL) state board. It has been a long process of applications, interviews
and finally the election. For Javier it means travel for training,
serving at the middle school CADA camp and attending each of the conferences
throughout the 6 areas.
|4/1/2014 11:39 AM||District-Wide||Community News||3/31/2014||Yes|
Please visit the link to view important information on free
Covered California events in the Jurupa Valley and Riverside area:
Covered CA - Joint Event.pdf
|3/10/2014 3:14 PM||District-Wide||District News||6/30/2014||Yes|
Jurupa Unified School District’s Head Start/State Preschool/Title I Preschool programs is recruiting for the 2014-2015 School Year.
The programs are part-day educational programs for young children of low-income families and serves children with disabilities. Children who are three or four years old by September 1st are eligible for the programs, however, priority is given to four year old children residing in the Jurupa Unified School District boundary. Families must meet State or Federal Income Guidelines.
For more information please contact us at (951) 222-7850 or click here to visit the Head Start/Preschool webpage.
|2/14/2014 10:55 AM||District-Wide||Community News||5/23/2014||Yes|
Jurupa Community Services District is working on a sewer and non-potable waterline project on Bellegrave Avenue and is planning delays and/or a road closure between February 2014 and May 2014. For complete details, please see the attached press release and map.
|2/7/2014 1:20 PM||District-Wide||District News||3/31/2014||Yes|
State Senator Richard Roth, D-Riverside made a visit to
Jurupa Middle School to congratulate them on the Barona Band of Mission Indians
Education Grant they received for new library books. The grant was spear headed
by Cindy Viehmann, library technician at Jurupa Middle School.
|2/6/2014 2:59 PM||District-Wide||District News||3/4/2014||Yes|
To help with parents' busy schedules, two more informational meetings are being held to discuss Common Core State Standards, the new Local Control Funding Formula and hear input from parents into how the district can better prepare our students to succeed.
Monday, February 24, 2014 – 7:00 p.m.
Mira Loma Middle School
5051 Steve Street, Jurupa Valley CA 91752
Monday, March 3, 2014 – 7:00 p.m.
Mission Middle School
5961 Mustang Lane, Jurupa Valley CA 92509
|2/4/2014 3:33 PM||District-Wide||Parent News||4/18/2014||Yes|
Do you have an incoming Kindergartener for the school year 2014-2015? Would you like your child to be bilingual? Have you heard about our Dual Immersion Program? For more information please join us for one of the scheduled informational meetings.
Date: Monday, March 3, 2014
Location: Stone Avenue Elementary
5111 Stone Avenue Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
Time: You can attend either the 9a.m. or the 5p.m. session
Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Location: Sunnyslope Elementary
7050 38th St. Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
Time: You can attend either the 9a.m. or the 5p.m. session
Please call Language Services and Student Programs at (951) 360-4179 to RSVP. Please click here to visit our Dual Immersion webpage.
¿Empezará su hijo o hija el kínder este próximo año escolar 2014-2015? ¿Le gustaría que su hijo o hija sea bilingüe? ¿Ha escuchado sobre nuestro programa de Doble Inmersión? Para más información por favor acompáñenos a una de las juntas informativas para padres.
Fecha: Lunes 3 de marzo de 2014
Lugar: Stone Avenue Elementary
5111 Stone Avenue Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
Hora: Puede asistir a la sesión de las 9a.m. o 5p.m.
Fecha: Jueves 17 de abril de 2014
Lugar: Sunnyslope Elementary
7050 38th St. Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
Hora: Puede asistir a la sesión de las 9a.m. o 5p.m.
Por favor llame al Departamento de Servicios de Lenguaje y Programas Estudiantiles para confirmar su asistencia a la junta al (951) 360-4179. Haga clic aquí para visitar la página Red del programa de Doble Inmersión.
|2/3/2014 11:28 AM||District-Wide||District News||2/28/2014||Yes|
No Excuses University is a concept designed to raise student achievement while promoting college readiness for all students. Peralta Elementary and Pedley Elementary staff members adopted the following pledge: We commit to creating a compassionate, collaborative school community that knows no limits to the academic success of each student. For acceptance into the network, a complete application detailing how each school met the requirements of the NEU model was submitted. Additionally, a video to the NEU Committee demonstrating our Culture of Universal Achievement was submitted. Congratulations Peralta and Pedley Elementary Schools!
|1/16/2014 10:53 AM||District-Wide||District News||1/15/2014||Yes|
Wednesday, all West Riverside Elementary students should report to West
Riverside Elementary for a regular school day. If you have any
questions, please call the school tomorrow morning at 951.222.7759.
Padres de la escuela primaria West Riverside: Mañana, miércoles,
todos los alumnos de la escuela West Riverside deben reportarse a la
escuela. Sera un día regular de clases. Si tienen alguna pregunta,
por favor llamen a la escuela mañana por la mañana al 951-222-7759.
|1/15/2014 8:23 AM||District-Wide||District News||1/14/2014||Yes|
Students from West
Riverside Elementary School are being evacuated to Mission Middle School due to
a fire in the area of Riverview Drive. All students are safe and are
currently being bused to Mission Middle School, 5961 Mustang Lane.
No students will be allowed to be picked up at West Riverside Elementary.
All West Riverside students must be picked up at Mission Middle; no
students will be allowed to walk home. The pick-up station will be in the
parking lot on the south side of Mission Middle, by the tennis courts.
Please pick up your child(ren) immediately and be aware that you will
have to show a picture id and be listed on your child’s emergency card.
If you have any questions, please call 951.360.4100.
de la escuela primaria
West Riverside están siendo
evacuados a la secundaria
Mission Middle por causa
del incendio en el área de Riverview
Drive. Todos los alumnos
están seguros y actualmente un autobús los está llevando a la escuela Mission
Middle School en el 5961 Mustang Lane. No será permitido que recojan a
los niños de la escuela West Riverside. Todos los alumnos de la escuela
West Riverside deberán de recogerlos de la escuela Mission Middle. No
se les permitirá a los
niños caminar a casa. El
área donde los pueden recoger será en el estacionamiento localizado al sur de
la escuela Mission Middle, cerca de las canchas de tenis. Por favor venga
por sus niños inmediatamente y por favor estén preparados para mostrar una
identificación y que deberá aparecer su nombre en la tarjeta de emergencia de
alguna pregunta, por favor llame al 951-360-4100.
|1/10/2014 2:40 PM||District-Wide||Community News||1/31/2014||No|
The Louis Robidoux Library will be holding classes on a variety of computer topics. Please see the attached flyer for exact days and times.
|1/10/2014 11:36 AM||District-Wide||Parent News||5/29/2014||No|
|1/7/2014 1:09 PM||District-Wide||District News||4/1/2014||Yes|
The Local Control Funding Formula is California’s new
plan for school funding and accountability. It replaces the forty year old
system of Revenue Limits and Categorical Programs. The LCFF is based on the
concept that different students require different levels of funding. Thus, the
formula contains a base funding formula with differing allocations for Grades
kindergarten through third grade, grades 4 through 6, 7-8, and 9 through 12,
plus additional allocations for class size reduction and Career Technical
For More Information and to fill out our Survey, please click here.
|12/6/2013 9:10 AM||District-Wide||District News||2/1/2014||Yes|
On December 3rd, 5th grade students in
Mrs. Blackburn’s class were able to open early Christmas gifts. They received six new student lap tops to
support the technology emphasis in the school’s advanced learner program. These lap tops were funded by the Barona Band
of Mission Indians in a $5,000 grant endorsed by Assemblyman Eric Linder of the
|12/2/2013 7:01 AM||District-Wide||District News||1/1/2014||Yes|
JUSD recently hosted its annual 2013 picnic. The photos have been uploaded and can be viewed here.
|10/24/2013 7:59 AM||District-Wide||District News||11/22/2013||Yes|
Barona Band of Mission Indians and Senator Richard Roth notified the District
that Jurupa Middle School was awarded a grant to assist in the purchase of 350
library books. The grant amount is $5,000.00.
Italia notified the District that Patriot High School was awarded a grant to
assist with the purchase of instructional materials for the Italian language
class. The grant amount is $3,500.00.