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In what no one will argue has been a challenging educational year, Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board praised Superintendent John Scholl’s ability to steer the district’s ship so that their 2,350 students are getting the education they deserve.
If Chino Valley Unified School District has to cut $2.7 million from its existing $17.4 million operations and capital budget before the end of the school year, Superintendent John Scholl said that would mean employee furloughs and lost school days for students.
This week is the first full week of Fall, my favorite season. School sports are in full swing with all of our teams in action; football, boys and girls soccer, volleyball, and cross county at Chino Valley High School, and volleyball and cross country at Heritage Middle School.
With the passing of the Fourth of July, we now have just over four weeks left before the start of school. As always, the summer break is passing quickly.
On Tuesday Oct. 13, the Chino Valley Schools governing board voted to change instruction in Chino Valley Schools to in-person instruction where all students, kindergarten through 12th grade, will be present on campuses four days a week.