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The 9th Annual Youth Awards sponsored by the Riverside Elks, Lodge #643 was recently hosted. Jurupa had several students who received awards:

 
·         RHS ROTC were honored for community service
·         Drug Awareness Essay Winners
o   Khole Arivizo (2nd Place), JMS
o   Amiris Kolarik (3rd Place), JMS
·         Americanism Essay Winners
o   Samantha Bisbee (1st Place), JMS
o   David Ruiz (2nd Place), JMS
o   Angel Sanchez (3rd Place), JMS
·         Angel Sanchez was also  a State and National award recipient (pictured with Jurupa Middle teacher MsChrista Biddle)
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​​Jurupa Valley Collaborative and Jurupa Unified School District’s PBIS Programs have been selected as winners of the 2015 Models of Academic Excellence and Innovation award. The Model of Academic Excellence and Innovation awards recognize programs that have a significant impact on Riverside County students. Both programs will be recognized at RCOE’s Thirteenth Annual Education Summit on October 28, 2015.

 

  

Jurupa schools’ latest effort to reduce utility costs and cut its carbon footprint will be unveiled Monday, April 20.

School board members will see a presentation on solar farms built on excess property at Mission Middle School and Nueva Vista High School, said Trenton Hansen, assistant superintendent, planning and development.

You can read more here.

  

On Saturday, March 28th, Allisson Silveira, Rubidoux High School Senior, completed her Girl Scout GOLD Project by planting shade trees, patching roofs, repairing fencing and beautification of the school farm. The GOLD award is the highest rank in Girl Scouting. Allisson has been in scouting for the past 11 years in Troop #363.


Congratulations Allisson!


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Jurupa Unified School District’s School Attendance Review Board (SARB) headed by Sandra Amatriain, CWA Coordinator, has been recognized as a Model SARB by the 2014-15 Model SARB Recognition Program sponsored by the California Department of Education (CDE) in cooperation with the Califor​nia Association of Supervisors of Child Welfare and Attendance (CASCWA).    The program identifies and recognizes results-based school attendance improvement programs at the district or county level that are outstanding and innovative programs that will serve as models for other SARBs in the state.  Applicants are evaluated in six content areas.  The recognition ceremony will take place on Friday, April 24, 2015, at the State Conference of the California Association of Supervisors or Child Welfare and Attendance (CASCWA).


The purpose of SARB is to help truant or recalcitrant students and their parents or guardians solve school attendance and behavior problems through the use of available school and community resources.  Key questions that are addressed by the SARB panel members are:  Why is the student absent?, What behaviors need to be addressed?, and, How can the school and/or community help the student and the student’s family? 


The Riverside County District Attorney’s office is an active partner in JUSD’s SARB meetings.  “Congratulations to the Jurupa Unified School District on its selection as a model SARB by the California Department of Education and the state SARB,” Riverside County District Attorney Michael Hestrin said. “This is a significant accomplishment and the district deserves recognition for achieving such a high standard and for serving as a leadership model for other school districts in Riverside County and throughout California. The DA’s Office is proud of our partnership with the district on this excellent project. To all who helped make this goal a reality, well done.”


Sandra Amatriain and Ilsa Garza-Gonzalez, Director, Administrative Services, would like to publicly thank the following community partners and district personnel that serve on the SARB panel:


Jurupa Unified School District’s Administrative Services Department staff


Olga Alferez, Assistant Principal, Rubidoux High School


Deputy Roberta Anderson, Riverside County Sheriff/Youth Accountability Team (Jurupa Valley)


Debbie Burdick, School Nurse, Jurupa Unified School District


Jose Campos, Director of Community Outreach, Jurupa Unified School District


Cara Chavez, Guidance Coordinator, Rubidoux High School


Janice Delagrammatikas, Riverside County Office of Education, Alternative Education


Evelyn Gutierrez, County Juvenile Probation Officer/Youth Accountability Team (Jurupa Valley)


Michelle Markovsky, Supervisor, Child Protective Services of Riverside County


Jeremy May, Program Coordinator, Rubidoux Youth Center


Debra Postil, Deputy District Attorney, Juvenile Division, Riverside County


Francisco Ramirez, Program Specialist II DPSS, Rubidoux Community Resource Center


Esperanza Romero, Riverside County Mental Health​


  

On March 19, 2015, the City Council of Jurupa Valley, held as part of their meeting agenda, the first annual recognition of Jurupa Unified students that will be representing themselves, their schools, the district, and the city of Jurupa Valley at the upcoming RIMS Science and Engineering Fair being held on April 6 & 7, in San Bernardino.   Fourteen students were present at the meeting and displayed their projects for the members of the Council and public to see.  Several of the students had a mini science fair as they explained their project and results.  Each student was presented a certificate of merit from the city, congratulating them on their outstanding achievement.​

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​Patriot Warrior graduates Elyse Snyder and Ciara Guerrero will play in the NCAA Div. II Championship today. 


Elyse and Ciara now play for CBU.


For more info. ​

  

There is a new social media app called Burn Book. It is the newest of the social media apps that offer anonymity and are popular with our youth. Burn Book has proven to be a huge distraction in our educational system nationwide and its use is causing serious problems in our schools. The app has a tremendous amount of followers throughout the world and has captured the attention of law enforcement and educators alike because it provides a forum of students posting anonymous threats. 


Please see attached for more information.


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Head Start/State Preschool/Title I Preschool Recruitment

 

Jurupa Unified School District’s Head Start/State Preschool/Title I Preschool programs are preparing for recruitment for the 2015-2016 School Year.
 
The programs are part-day educational programs for young children of low-income families and serve children with disabilities.  Children who are 3 or 4 years old by September 1st are eligible for the programs.  Priority is given to four year old children residing in the Jurupa Unified School District boundary.  Families must meet State or Federal income guidelines.
 
Eligibility for the programs is based on the child’s age, family size, and income.  Transportation is not provided.  Parents are provided with information on public transportation when needed. 
 
If you are interested in the program, please click on the link to access the interest form or call 951-222-7850 for more information.  To receive an application by mail, interest forms need to be returned to the School Readiness Center by April 30, 2015.  Registration continues throughout the year.  Please see income guidelines and Interest Form below.
 
5960 Mustang Lane
Jurupa Valley, CA  92509
951-222-7850
8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
 
OFFICIAL application will be mailed to you
This interest form places you on a recruitment list only
 
 
 
Los programas del Distrito Unificado Escolar de Jurupa Head Start/Preescolar Estatal/ Titulo 1 se están preparando para las inscripciones para el año escolar 2015 – 2016.
 
Estos programas son programas educacionales de medio día para niños/as de familias de bajos ingresos y también sirven a niños/as con discapacidades.  Los niños/as que tiene 3 o 4 años de edad para el 1 de septiembre son elegibles para los programas.  La prioridad se les da a los niños/as de 4 años que residen dentro del lindero del Distrito Unificado Escolar de Jurupa.  Las familias tiene que cumplir con las directrices de ingresos Federales o Estatales.
 
La elegibilidad para los programas es basada en la edad del niño/a, miembros en la familia e ingresos.  No se provee transportación.
 
Si usted está interesado/a en el programa, por favor haga clik en el enlace para acceder al formulario de interés o llame al 951-222-7850 para más información.   Para recibir un paquete de inscripción por correo, necesita mandarnos el formulario de interés al Centro de Pre-K School Readiness no más tarde del 30 de abril de 2015.  Las incripciones son continuas durante todo el año escolar.
 
5960 Mustang Lane
Jurupa Valley, CA  92509
951-222-7850
8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
 
El paquete OFICIAL de inscripción se le enviara por correo
Esta forma de interés es solo para colocarlos en la lista para envió del paquete de inscripción
Por favor vea las pautas de ingresos y el Formulario de Interés debajo
 
  

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.

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