Use this site to find updates on current Common Core initiatives, projects, conferences, and opportunities to network across districts to support quality instruction and raise student achievement!
¡Utilice este sitio para encontrar información actualizada sobre las iniciativas actuales de los estandares comunes, proyectos, conferencias y oportunidades de establecer contactos entre los distritos para apoyar la enseñanza de calidad y aumentar el logro del estudiante!
Learn more about the new assessments designed to help all students graduate from high school ready for college and employment.
Aprenda más sobre las nuevas valoraciones designadas para ayudar a todos los estudiantes a graduarse de la preparatoria listos para la universidad y el empleo.
The District's Instructional Media Center has resource books available for parents. For a listing of resources please click on the URL link provided on the left. The Instructional Media Center is located at 3924 Riverview Drive, Jurupa Valley 92509 in Room #1. If you have any questions regarding the procedure to check out materials, please call the Library Technician at (951) 222-7721.
Use this page to quickly look up the Spanish versions of commonly used school terms. The translations were provided by a joint venture of the JUSD Language Services and Student Services department.
The bilingual glossaries are intended to be used by teachers, LEP students, test translators, and material and curricula developers. Students may use these documents as supplements to their texts, as study or as references when taking the Regents examinations. Teachers can use the glossaries as reference in preparing lessons. They should be of special value in classrooms where the teachers do not speak the targeted languages. It is important to point out that the translators of the Regents examinations will also use the glossaries to prepare the translations of the subject area Regents tests. We have added glossaries originally developed by the Bilingual/ESL Staff Academy for Raising Standards (BESARS) with funding from the Refugee Children School Impact Grant and Emergency Immigrant Education Program.
ALL Glossaries are in PDF Format
A bilingual site for families and educators of English language learners
The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1976 to promote bilingual education and quality educational experiences for all students in California. CABE has 5,000 members with over 60 chapters/affiliates, all working to promote equity and student achievement for students with diverse cultural, racial, and linguistic backgrounds. CABE recognizes and honors the fact that we live in a rich multicultural, global society and that respect for diversity makes us a stronger state and nation.
This directory lists two-way immersion (TWI) programs in the U.S. that serve students in Pre-K through 12th grade.
One of the priorities at CARLA has been to support immersion education through ongoing research and the development of a sustainable national network of immersion educators dedicated to exchanging information, research findings, and resources.
STARlight Consortium for EL Achievement