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The Importance of Being Involved Running for Class Officer

Posters created by class officers to advertise themselves for votes. Justin Rendon (Top Right), Elizabeth M. (Top Right & Bottom Left), Gabriella Gandara (Bottom Right)
March 13, 2020

The voting for class officers is approaching as students are preparing to put their campaign posters up. Although students usually don't pay attention to the candidates on the ballot , the class president...

BREAKING NEWS: 5-0 vote by school board gives CVUSD superintendent state of emergency resolution power

Chino Valley Unified School District meeting room with the board which was used for an emergency meeting.
March 12, 2020

The vote for the state of emergency resolution motion to allow Superintendent Norm Enfield, Ed.D to take any and all necessary actions to prepare and respond effectively to the novel coronavirus was a...

BREAKING NEWS: Field trips and activities cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns

As more provisions to protect against Coronavirus are put in place, school events have been delayed, and some have been outright cancelled.
March 12, 2020

CVUSD students are feeling the first effects of decisions to stop the spread of Coronavirus.  Superintendent Norm Enfield has just issued a statement to the community notifying that he has ordered for...

BREAKING NEWS: Disneyland temporarily shuts down in response to new policy from Govenor Newsom

BREAKING NEWS: Disneyland temporarily shuts down in response to new policy from Govenor Newsom
March 12, 2020

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new policy Thursday afternoon prohibiting mass gatherings of 250+ people to help combat the spread of the Coronavirus. In that same announcement, he stated...

BREAKING NEWS: Chaparral Elementary Coronavirus scare

Superintendent, Norm Enfield continues to reach out to CVUSD families, students, and staff with day to day updates on the coronavirus precautions set forth by the district.
March 12, 2020

This morning, CVUSD Superintendent Norm Enfield sent an email out to parents and staff in the district about the district's first situation with Coronavirus.   Luckily, the actual illness is far removed...

The Epidemic of Coffee Drinkers

Photograph showing coffee machine that makes coffee using ground powder.
March 11, 2020

Coffee. One of the biggest trends of this generation has been relied on for energy by many people including tons of students across the world. We've seen the trend of Starbucks, and other Cafe's that provide...

BREAKING NEWS: Superintendent Norm Enfield releases statement on Coronavirus plan

Photo Courtesy of Chino Valley Unified School District
As the Coronavirus begins to spread through the United States, school districts like the CVUSD are working to keep students safe.
March 11, 2020

Chino Valley Unified Superintendent Norm Enfield released a letter to the CVUSD family on March 9 detailing how schools will tackle worries about COVID-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus.  Staff took...

80% of students who need mental health care do not receive it

Informing students the ways you can tell if yourself or others have anxiety.
March 2, 2020

Teenagers are in need of mental health help and are not receiving it, and the number is only rising. Without help, teenagers' grades may suffer and drop, possibly leading to more distress. This can lead...

Scholarships and Where to Find Them

Scholarships and Where to Find Them
March 2, 2020

As the school year begins to come to a close, and many seniors are preparing for their next steps in life, including higher education. Preparing for college comes with looking for how to pay for tuition,...

Erasing SAT and ACT score requirements

Notes taken for an honors chemistry class lecture on electronegativity.
February 21, 2020

The University of California system is on the path to removing SAT and ACT scores as a requirement for college admissions and going for a test-optional system instead. Colleges and universities outside...

Tardy Sweeps

February 20, 2020

On February 14, students were swept to the ALC room only a couple minutes after the bell. Don Lugo administration fails to follow the rules of the student handbook that was designed by the school board....

Technology’s negative effect on test scores

Student working in class to get an assignment done using technology.
February 18, 2020

Technology is designed to make students' lives easier and be able to become smarter and faster learners. However, the question still remains whether technology really has helped students become smarter...

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