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Board of Education Conducts Annual Board of Education Reorganization

The Covina-Valley Unified School District welcomed Board of Education members to new leadership positions at their reorganization meeting held on Dec. 13.

The Board of Education selected Rachael Robles as the new President. Sue L. Maulucci was selected as Vice President and Gary C. Rodriguez was selected as Clerk. Members Maria C. Caceres and Maria E. Roman round out the Board of Education.

“I am excited to continue working with the Board of Education on fostering student engagement and creating innovative school-wide programs that connect students to learning,” Covina-Valley Unified Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Eminhizer said. “As a District, we will continue working together to ensure the highest levels of achievement for all of our students.”

Covina-Valley Unified School District serves the communities of Covina, West Covina, Glendora, San Dimas and Irwindale with a strong educational program that is aligned with the California Department of Education standards.

The District is governed by the Covina-Valley Unified Board of Education, a group of five elected representatives tasked with setting the strategic course of the District and facilitating efficient and safe school operation.

The Board of Education meets twice monthly from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Dr. Mary Hanes Professional Development Center, located at 220 West Puente Street, Covina.