Covina-Valley Unified School District is dedicated to a simple but all-encompassing goal to cultivate each individual’s hopes and dreams so our students flourish. We accomplish this through innovative teaching that results in high levels of learning. We are intentionally creating schools that provide students with communication, creative, critical thinking, and collaborative skills to excel beyond Covina-Valley Unified and into the 21st Century.
Digital Transformation Electronic Device Agreement
The Covina-Valley Unified School District is excited to launch a take-home student device initiative. Under this initiative, students will be loaned either a Chromebook (high school) or Lenovo laptop computer (grades 4-8) for use on school-related projects and assignments. Technology use is an important part of education. We look forward to using these devices to deliver core content and curriculum. In addition, these devices are an integral part of teaching digital citizenship in a 21 st Century learning environment.
Click the link below for
the Electronic Device Agreement
Voluntary Donation for
Maintenance and Repair
Vincent Children’s Center Property Status
Covina-Valley Unified School District launches Computer Science Magnet Schools
Covina-Valley Unified School District has partnered with Code To The Future to open Computer Science Magnet Schools. At these Magnet Schools, all students will have an opportunity to develop coding skills as part of the daily curriculum.
Technology Education and Literacy in Schools
Covina-Valley Schools need your help!
TEALS + You: Teach High School Computer Science and Keep your Day Job
By 2022, there will be 1.1 million unfilled programming jobs. Today, most high schools in the US still don’t offer rigorous CS courses. Barely 1% of AP Exams last year were for CS. Your engineers can change that. Covina-Valley district students need your help – encourage your colleagues to join a community of hundreds of engineers volunteering to solve the CS shortage together!
TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) is sponsored by Microsoft Philanthropies to provide engineers with an opportunity to use their CS expertise by partnering with high school teachers to team teach computer science courses. It’s an incredible opportunity for your employees to give back and helps make a positive impact in schools and communities across the US. We provide them with teacher training – so it’s a great professional development opportunity! Volunteering happens in the morning – so there is not an impact to their work schedule!
Apply at http://www.tealsk12.org/
California Voting Rights Act [CVRA]: Transition to by-Trustee Area Voting
Covina-Valley Unified School District is in the process of moving to Trustee Areas and wants your input. Click here for more information.This transition does not in any way impact the boundary area designating which schools students attend.
Community meetings will be held on the following dates to discuss the change to the Trustee voting method:
September 6, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. at South Hills High School
September 12, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. at Covina High School
September 13, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. at Northview High School
The Covina-Valley Unified School District offers exceptional education opportunities that will put your child on track to attend the college of their choice. It's never too early to start planning. We offer academically and socially dynamic programs in both traditional kindergarten and transitional kindergarten.
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The San Gabriel Valley Tribune has recognised girls wrestling apart from the boy's wrestling for the first time. Congratulations to all the girls in our valley.
Congratulations to Eddie Flores and the Northview Wrestling Program.