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Chino Valley Unified School District receives grants to complete HVAC upgrade

The Chino Valley Unified School District is happy to announce that it has received approval to move forward with a long-awaited HVAC improvement project for all campuses. The entire program is being funded by the State of Arizona through  Arizona School Facilities Oversight Board (SFB) grants at no cost to the CVUSD. “We have been

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Recommendation made for Del Rio School principal – Chino Valley

Superintendent John Scholl has announced he is recommending Dr. Edwin Moody as the new Del Rio Elementary School principal. The Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board will make its final decision at the April 11, 2022, board meeting. “It is my pleasure to announce, after careful consideration and input from various stakeholders, that I


Search for new Del Rio School principal

The Chino Valley Unified School District is in the search process for a new principal for Del Rio Elementary School.  District administration has narrowed the field of principal applicants to three finalists, a fourth who was being considered removed himself from the search earlier this week. The remaining candidates attended a community meet and greet


Superintendent’s Report: The Importance of a School Principal

Chino Valley Schools is in the middle of a search for a new principal at Del Rio School (DRS), the District’s 3rd grade through 5th grade school located in the heart of Chino Valley. Carolyn Reeder, the current DRS principal, will be moving into a district position as an administrator on assignment to help teachers


Chino Valley Unified School District Needs Substitute Teachers

The Chino Valley Unified School District has a significant need for substitute teachers. Currently, there is a provision in place allowing for emergency subs, requirements include a high school diploma, a $67.00 fee to obtain an Identity Verified Print (IVP) fingerprint clearance card, and a $60.00 fee to the Arizona Department of Education to obtain


Chino Valley Police Officers Association donation feeds 10 families

Photo: L-R: CVUSD Superintendent John Scholl, CVEF Board Member and CVUSD Family Resource Specialist/Homeless Coordinator Laurie Marley, CVPD School Resource Officer Jeff Pizzi, CVEF Board President Wayne Ballard, CVPD officer & CVPOA President Bill Burns, CVPD Civilian Operations Supervisor Marrilee Easton, CVPD Sgt Dave McNally, and CVPD Sgt. Deana Winn   Representatives from the Chino Valley

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