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11/21/2014 11:22 AMDistrict-WideParent News1/22/2015Yes

Do you have an incoming Kindergartener for the school year 2015-2016?

Would you like your child to be bilingual?

Have you heard about our Dual Immersion Program?

 

The Dual Immersion program is designed to develop bilingualism and biliteracy in English and Spanish for students who are English speakers and students who are learning English. It is a rigorous program in which students not only will work on academic standards, but in addition they will become fluent in two languages; linguistically and academically. Instruction is provided by highly qualified, trained and specialized teachers.  Parents must attend a MANDATORY informational meeting in order for their child to be officially considered for the program.  Join us for ONE of the scheduled informational parent meetings.  Remember, this is for incoming Kinder students ONLY!

 

Click here for date, time and location of the meeting or visit our webpage for more information [Dual Immersion webpage].

 

 

¿Empezará su hijo/a el Kínder este próximo año escolar 20152016?

¿Le gustaría que su hijo/a sea bilingüe?

¿Ha escuchado sobre nuestro programa de Doble Inmersión?

 

El programa de Doble Inmersión está diseñado para desarrollar el bilingüismo y alfabetismo en inglés y en español para estudiantes que hablan inglés y estudiantes que están aprendiendo inglés. Es un programa riguroso en el cual los estudiantes no solo trabajarán en las normas académicas esenciales, pero además ellos llegarán a tener fluidez en dos idiomas; lingüísticamente y académicamente. La instrucción es proporcionada por maestros especializados y totalmente entrenados.  Los padres deben asistir a la junta informativa OBLIGATORIA para que sus hijos sean considerados oficialmente para el programa.  Acompáñenos a UNA de las juntas informativas para padres.  Recuerden, ¡esto es solo para alumnos que entrarán a Kínder!

 

Haga clic aquí para ver la fecha, hora y lugar de la junta o visite nuestra página web para más información [Doble Inmersión].

 

  
11/12/2014 12:08 PMTroth Street ElementaryDistrict News1/1/2015Yes

​This past weekend, the Troth Street Lego Team, the Thunderbolts, competed at UCR and placed within the top 4. The Thunderbolts now move on to finals at Legoland on December 7th.

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Congratulations to The Thunderbolts and Troth Street Elementary.

  
11/6/2014 2:10 PMDistrict-WideParent News1/31/2015Yes

 
WHAT IS THE STATE SEAL OF BILITERACY?
The Seal of Biliteracy is a special state recognition that promotes and validates bilingualism and biliteracy in English and a second language.  Jurupa has a pathway to recognize students at the end of 6th and 8thgrade who are bilingual and biliterate. Graduating seniors will have the opportunity to obtain the official State Seal of Biliteracy (SSB) recorded on their diploma and transcripts.  This is of much value to our students as they apply for colleges and enter the workforce!  Applications are due January 31, 2015.  Click here to find out who is eligible for the Pathway Award at the end of 6th and 8th grade and who is eligible for the high school State Seal of Biliteracy.
 
 
¿QUÉ ES EL SELLO DE DOBLE ALFABETIZACIÓN?
El Sello de Doble Alfabetización es un reconocimiento estatal especial que promueve y da validez al bilingüismo y alfabetismo en inglés y un segundo idioma.  Jurupa tiene un sistema de reconocimiento a final del 6º y 8º grado para estudiantes bilingües y capaces de leer, escribir y hablar un segundo idioma.  Los estudiantes del grado doceavo tendrán la oportunidad de recibir el Sello Estatal de Alfabetización Bilingüe (SSB) grabado en su diploma y en sus expedientes de estudios.  ¡Este sello le será de mucho valor a nuestros estudiantes cuando aplican a las universidades o para un empleo!  Las solicitudes deben entregarse a no más tardar el 31 de enero del 2015.  Haga clic aquí para ver quiénes son elegibles para recibir el Reconocimiento a final del 6º y 8º grado y quienes del 12º grado son elegibles para el Sello de Doble Alfabetización.
  
10/29/2014 3:49 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News1/31/2015Yes

On October 15, 2014 Jurupa Unified received three Model of Excellence Awards. The Model of Excellence Awards are given to cutting-edge district and site-based programs and practices proven successful in improving student academic achievement by combining rigor with excellence, creating a pathway to college and careers. Jurupa Unified was one of only twelve districts to receive such an award. Jurupa Unified was one of only five districts to receive three awards. No other district received more than three. 


Below is a brief description of each program that was selected as a Model of Excellence. 

Collaborative Journey to Common Core

Sonia Porter, Director, Elementary Education

Jay Trujillo, Director, Secondary Education

In 2010, Jurupa USD began planning for implementation of Common Core State Standards and developed a set of guiding principles: Vision, Collaboration, and Accountability. In order to establish a collaborative culture, structures were created or expanded including the Education Services Committee, Secondary Math Program Committee, and CCSS Steering Committee. In the fall of 2012, the Steering Committee participated in a two-day planning retreat where teachers created an implementation plan using key elements including unwrapped priority and supporting standards, unit pacing calendar, guiding ideas for individual units, essential questions, formative assessment/re-teaching opportunities, and suggested strategies/resources that guided the plan. 

 
 
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At-Risk Ninth Grade Transition - AAA Academy

Michelle Markham, Principal, Nueva Vista High School

Roberta Pace, Principal, Patriot High School

AAA students are Jurupa's most at-risk incoming ninth graders. All had three or more Fs in eighth grade and a cumulative GPA below 2.0 from grades three through eight. AAA implementation elements include acceleration for credit attainment, weekly teacher collaboration, academic support class built into the regular day, advisory period for individual student case management, career exploration and effective technology integration, strategic parent outreach (e.g., regular progress reports, home visits, etc.), four-period day with extended time for class periods (e.g., 80 minutes), ongoing home high school involvement and relationship building, and Link Crew peer mentoring and support services. 

 
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Elementary Health and Fitness Program/100 Mile Club

Jamey Bettencourt, Teacher, 100 Mile Club Head Coach

Jose Campos, Director, Parent Involvement and Community Outreach

Research indicates that healthy and fit students are more successful learners. In an effort to seek out ways to improve students' health and fitness, Jurupa USD identified the 100 Mile Club as a program that could be used to improve student fitness. The goal of the 100 Mile Club is to get kids to be active outside. Many parents choose to run/walk with their students, citing the potential benefits in their own lives, and the value in modeling healthy choices for their children. 
 
 
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10/28/2014 12:32 PMDistrict-WideCommunity News1/1/2015No

The Town Hall Community Meeting for October 7, 2010, can be viewed online at the below link.

Town Hall Meeting Oct. 7, 2014

  
10/15/2014 10:41 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News10/31/2014Yes

If you would like to learn about Jurupa’s new elementary report card, please go to the links below or attend one of four parent meetings.

Parent meetings are scheduled on:

October 16 at Van Buren Elementary School at 6:00 p.m.

October 21 at West Riverside Elementary School at 6:00 p.m.

October 27 at Sunnyslope Elementary School at 8:30 a.m.

October 29 at Glen Avon Elementary School at 9:00 a.m.

View a video about common core by clicking on this link English video on common core for parents


Si le gustaría aprender acerca de la boleta para las escuelas primarias en Jurupa, por favor conéctese a la siguiente página en la red.

Las juntas para los padres serán en las siguientes fechas:

El 16 de octubre en la escuela primaria Van Buren a las 6:00 p.m.

El 21 de octubre en la escuela primaria West Riverside a las 6:00 p.m.

El 27 de octubre en la escuela primaria Sunnyslope a las 8:30 a.m.

El 29 de octubre en la escuela primaria Glen Avon a las 9:00 a.m.

Spanish video on common core for parents ​
  
9/18/2014 2:58 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News10/7/2014Yes
 

The Board of Education of the Jurupa Unified School District will be holding a public hearing to hear comments from parents, teachers, members of the community and bargaining unit leaders on the Pupil Textbook and Instructional Materials Sufficiency Program.  The meeting will be held

Monday, October 6, 2014

6:00 pm

Jurupa Unified School District, Board Room

4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley CA 92509​

 

For complete details, please see the attached flyer

 

Textbook Public Hearing.pdfTextbook Public Hearing.pdf

 
  
9/15/2014 9:15 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News10/8/2014Yes
Join Jurupa Unified School District Superintendent Elliott Duchon for a  conversation on K-12 education and working together to provide a quality education for Jurupa's students, and preparing college and workforce ready high school graduates.
 
Tuesday, October 7th
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Jurupa Unified School District
Benita B. Roberts Education Center
4850 Pedley Road
Jurupa Valley
 
Please plan on attending and joining the discussion on preparing Jurupa's students for the future.
 
  
9/9/2014 10:00 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News10/10/2014Yes

Jurupa Unified School District

Notice of Appointment of Governing Board Member

 

September 9, 2014

 

A vacancy occurred on the Jurupa Unified School District Board of Education in Trustee Area 4 on July 12, 2014. This is to certify that Mrs. Linda Chard, 6066 Emery Street, Jurupa Valley, CA was appointed to serve as a member of the Jurupa Unified School District Board of Trustees at its regularly scheduled board meeting on September 8, 2014. This member’s term of office will expire on December 2, 2016, in accordance with Education Code Section 5091. Unless a Petition Calling for a Special Election, pursuant to Education Code 5091, is filed in the Office of the County Superintendent of Schools within 30 days of the provisional appointment, it shall become an effective appointment. The Petition Calling for a Special Election must be signed by 1.5% of voters in the Jurupa Unified School District boundaries.
 

 

 

 
  
9/5/2014 4:03 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News2/27/2015Yes

JUSD is pleased to announce ​Hamish De La Cruz, Glen Avon Elementary Alum, has been selected as a Broadcom Masters 2014 Semifinalist for his Chamber, Photo-degradation, Action! science project. Semifinalists were selected from more than 2,054 applicants after each application received three independent readings and evaluations by distinguished scientists, engineers and educators. Nominees qualified to enter the Broadcom MASTERS by being among the top 10 percent of the participants at their SSP-affiliated science fairs. Congratulations Hamish!


Broadcom Masters 2014 Semifinalists​

  
9/5/2014 9:45 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News11/5/2014Yes

School Board Votes to Place Bond on November Ballot

On August 5, the Board of Education unanimously voted to place Measure EE on the November 2014 ballot to address the needs of our outdated and aging facilities. If approved by local voters, Measure EE will provide local funding to improve our Jurupa Valley schools—funding that cannot be taken away by the State.

For more information about the upcoming measure, please click documents below.

Measure EE FAQs.pdfMeasure EE FAQs.pdfMeasure EE Factssheet.pdfMeasure EE Factssheet.pdfMeasure EE Moving Forward.pdfMeasure EE Moving Forward.pdf

  
9/2/2014 8:46 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News9/8/2014Yes

​The following is information on the eligible candidate for the vacancy in Trustee Area 4.  The candidate will be interviewed by the Board of Education  at the board meeting to be held on Monday, September 8th, at 6:00 p.m.  Any questions on the provisional appointment process should be directed to the Office of the Superintendent at 951.360.4168.


Trustee Area 4 Candidate website posting.pdfTrustee Area 4 Candidate website posting

Linda Chard Application.pdfLinda Chard Application

Board Bylaw 9223 .pdfBoard Bylaw 9223

Education Code 5091.pdfEducation Code 5091

  
8/26/2014 11:10 AMDistrict-WideCommunity News5/7/2015Yes

Calling all father figures of preschoolers, kindergarteners and first grade students!  Dad's University is coming to the Glen Avon Library.  Please bring your children to participate in hands-on activities with your kids for a bonding experience.  For more information about date, times and topics, please see the attached flyer.

Dad's University.pdfDad's University.pdf

  
8/22/2014 7:24 AMDistrict-WideCommunity News8/29/2014Yes

We are pleased to announce a FREE community performance that Anointed Vessel Productions is hosting as a community outreach to raise public awareness on Human Trafficking, and to culminate our Theatre Production Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP).  Our youth will be producing and performing the stage play production "Life in the Fast Lane." This modern day play exposes the dangers/traps that youth fall prey to through social media predators.  We will be joined by representatives of Operation Safehouse's Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force to address the audience and to provide literature and referral information at the conclusion of the performance (see attached flyer).  The event is family friendly and everyone is welcome to bring all the family and friends.

The Modern-Day Stage Play.pdfThe Modern-Day Stage Play.pdf

 
  
8/8/2014 7:17 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News8/18/2014Yes

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

 

JURUPA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

                NOTICE IS HEARBY GIVEN that the GOVERNING BOARD OF JURUPA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, at its regularly scheduled meeting to be held on August 18, 2014, will conduct a public hearing and receive testimony on compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and Internet Safety Policy.

A copy of the Board Policy and Regulation 6163.4, Student Use of Technology, was posted from Monday, August 11, 2014 – Friday, August 15, 2014 at the JUSD Education Center in the Assistant Superintendent Business Services’ Office, located at 4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley; at the Glen Avon Regional Library, 9244 Galena, Jurupa Valley; and at the Louis B. Robidoux Library, 5840 Mission Blvd., Jurupa Valley. The information is also posted on the JUSD web page at www.jusd.k12.ca.us.

                All individuals wishing to submit written comments to the District on compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and Internet Safety Policy may do so on or before Monday August 18, 2014. All written comments should be addressed to the Assistant Superintendent Business Service’s Office at Jurupa Unified School District, 4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509. All individuals wishing to participate in the public hearing regarding compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and Internet Safety Policy are invited to attend the meeting of the Governing Board at the following time and location:

DATE:    August 18, 2014

 

TIME:    6:00 p.m.

 

LOCATION:

Jurupa Unified School District

 Education Center Board Room

4850 Pedley Road

Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

 

If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact the Assistant Superintendent Business Services’ Office at 951-360-4157

More information is included in the below documents:

 

Notice of Public Meeting - CIPA Policy revised 081814.docxNotice of Public Meeting - CIPA Policy revised 081814.docx

Hold Public Hearing on Compliance with the Children.docxHold Public Hearing on Compliance with the Children

BP6163.4    Student Use of Technology.pdfBP6163.4 Student Use of Technology

AR6163.4    Student Use of Technology.pdfAR6163.4 Student Use of Technology

  
8/7/2014 3:40 PMDistrict-WideBoard News8/22/2014Yes

Jurupa Unified School District is currently accepting nomination and candidate applications to fill the provisional appointment for the vacant board seat in Trustee Area 4. Nomination and candidate applications must be submitted to the Board of Education by Friday, August 22nd, by U.S. mail or drop-off at the JUSD Education Center at 4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley. Application forms are available online on the JUSD website at www.jusd.k12.ca.us or can be obtained at the Jurupa Unified School District Education Center. The Board will interview nominees and candidates at their regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday, September 8th, at 6:00 p.m. at the JUSD Education Center.


For more information, please refer to the below documents:

Trustee Area 4 Vacancy Press Release.pdfTrustee Area 4 Vacancy Press Release

Candidate Application.pdfCandidate Application

Nomination Application.pdfNomination Application

JUSD Trustee Area Map.pdfJUSD Trustee Area Map

  
7/31/2014 8:40 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News7/29/2014Yes

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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 community.


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.
Rubidoux Mortuary
6091 Mission Blvd.
Jurupa Valley

 

Viewing and Services
Wednesday, July 23rd
Viewing – 9:00 – 9:45 a.m.
Services – 10:00 a.m.
LDS Church
5950 Serendipity Road
Jurupa Valley


  
7/18/2014 2:36 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News9/1/2014Yes

2014/2015 Bus Pass Processing


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 application process.

 

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 District Office.

Transportation Website

Food Services Website

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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

  
7/14/2014 3:46 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News7/2/2014Yes

JURUPA VALLEY RESIDENTS:

PLEASE JOIN US ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 2ND AT 6:00 P.M. AT JURUPA MIDDLE SCHOOL

(CHOIR ROOM)

 

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.

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JurupaSD1_TBWB_PPT_1.pptxFacility and Technology Focus Group Presentation

  
7/1/2014 3:10 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News6/30/2014Yes

Applications for 2013/2014 School Meals can now be done ONLINE!

  

Click below for more information.


2013-2014 Meal Application

OnlineApp_ParentFlyer.pdfOnline Application Parent Flyer - English

OnlineApp_ParentFlyer_Spanish.pdfOnline Application Parent Flyer - Spanish


 

  
6/17/2014 11:18 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News8/1/2014Yes

If you 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.


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6/5/2014 11:01 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News6/17/2014Yes
 

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.

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5/16/2014 10:24 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News7/1/2014Yes
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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 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News6/30/2014Yes

Brenda Ramirez and Shamari Thomas, Rubidoux High School students, pictured below,  have been selected as CBAADA 2014 Outstanding Athletes​. 

 

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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 PMDistrict-WideDistrict News6/9/2014Yes

Ten Inland-area schools will receive the 2013-14 Title I Academic Achievement Award for improving students’ academic progress despite poverty.


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 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News6/1/2014Yes

 

Jeanie Fortin, Assistant Superintendent’s Secretary-Education Services is Riverside County’s Confidential Employee of the Year. Congratulations Jeanie!


Video:

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4/28/2014 8:15 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News5/12/2014Yes

​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.


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4/26/2014 7:41 AMDistrict-WideCommunity News5/3/2014Yes

​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?

Kimberly 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 AMDistrict-WideDistrict News4/15/2014Yes

JUSD 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 AMDistrict-WideCommunity News5/31/2014Yes

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.

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