• 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.


  • Social Media Safety Assemblies

    We have invited a social media safety speaker to teach our parents how social media can be used to impress colleges and future employers.

    The speech will cover the following topics:

    • What apps are unsafe (and others you should encourage your kids to use)
    • What apps are a waste of time for your Teens and Tweens
    • How to analyze your Google results to see what colleges will find
    • How to bury bad Google results from other users with your similar name
    • Examples of good and bad posts that colleges may find
    • Examples from real seniors that are using social media correctly
    • Tips you can suggest to use Google search like a college and future employer
    • 7 Networks your kids need to be on to shine online


    Event Details:
    What: A social media safety speech that will bring you up to speed on the latest apps and how to talk with your kids about using digital tools to shine online
    Who: Parents of our students
    Why: To keep our student body safe and to give parents a proactive way to start a dialog with their kids about being smart on social media
    When: South Hills/Sierra Vista- March 13, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Northview/Las Palmas- March 14, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Covina High/Traweek- March 15, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Where: Dr. Mary Hanes Professional Development Center: Formerly 'Covina District Field',200 W Puente St, Covina, CA 91723
    Cost: Free to parents of students. 

    Next steps:
    Watch safety videos before the event
    Join Footprint Friday to monitor your student’s online footprint

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  • Announcing the NEW Covina-Valley USD mobile app!

    Covina-Valley USD's new mobile app will keep you connected with the school news you want and need. The app delivers real-time school news to your smart device for fast, up-to-date access.

    Available for Apple and Android devices.

    The app is FREE and available for download today!

    Download the new app in 3 easy steps:
    1. On your smartphone, go to the iTunes App Store® or Google Play®
    2. Search Covina-Valley USD
    3. Then select our Covina-Valley USD app for free download

    School news in the palm of your hand, your new Covina-Valley USD mobile app is just a few taps away.

    Download it today!    Find more information here.

    Download the Free Blackboard District App
    • View news stories
    • View calendar info
    • View sports scores
    • Access school and staff info
    • Receive important alerts

    Log in information for parents is being mailed home.
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  • Information Regarding Griswold and Pioneer Site

    An informational meeting to learn more about the plans and process for the properties was held Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.
    District Field Building, 220 W. Puente St., Covina 91723.

    • Griswold, 16209 E. San Bernardino Rd., Covina, CA 91722
    • Pioneer, 1651 E. Rowland Ave., West Covina, CA 91791

    Community Meeting Presentation 12-13-17

    For additional information or questions, please contact:
    Robert McEntire, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services/CBO at
    626-974-7000 ext. 800121 or visit our Purchasing Page

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  • 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 21st Century learning environment.

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  • Computer Science Magnet Schools

    cttf 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.

    Code to the Future Information

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  • Covina-Valley Offers Dual Language Programs in Both Spanish and Mandarin!

    Dual Language offers students the opportunity to attain both Spanish or Mandarin and English language proficiency!


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  • 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. Transition to by-Trustee Area Voting Information.

    This transition does not in any way impact the boundary area designating which schools students attend.

    Date: Thursday, March 8, 2018
    Time: 6:30 p.m.
    Location: Dr. Mary Hanes Board Room and Professional Development Center
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  • Shop Local After School Campaign!!

    We wish to invite you to join the new “Shop Local After School Campaign” that is designed to encourage residents and visitors of West Covina to shop at local retailers who give back to our local schools.

    More Information about the Campaign.

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  • First Steps The Covina-Valley Unified School District offers exceptional educational 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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