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Camino Real Wins Top CA Honor
Talk about soaring to new heights: Camino Real Elementary has earned one of the most prestigious awards conferred by the California Department of Education. 
 
As many have heard, the 817-student campus has been named a California Distinguished School for 2018.

Less widely known, perhaps, is this: The award is bestowed on less than 5 percent of the state’s elementary schools. This year, 287 of 5,868 elementary campuses earned the statewide honor – including 11 winners from Riverside County.

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Rubidoux High School Singer Wows
Jurupa native Yazmin Mercado had never sung for an audience until she joined choir in junior high.

Now a Rubidoux senior, the soprano performed the National Anthem for 500 people – including Dr. Bernice King, daughter of civil rights legend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – at the UNITY Conference April 17 at the Palm Springs Convention Center.

Staff Shout Out
JUSD staff and administrators are committed to providing excellent support and instruction to our students and the community. Please join us in congratulating our staff for their outstanding work and dedication!
Glen Avon Principal Earns Top Honor

Another Jurupa leader has earned a leading award – this one from the Western Riverside County Association of School Managers. 

Mrs. Sylvia Bottom, Principal of Glen Avon Elementary, has been named the WRCASM Elementary Principal of the Year. WRCASM, a regional branch of the Association of California School Administrators – the nation’s largest umbrella group of school administrators


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Rubidoux's Brian Miller is the HSGameTime boys soccer...

RIVERSIDE - The mountains to climb for any coach at Rubidoux High School are steep, but Brian Miller took his team closer to the top than it's ever been before. Miller is the HSGametime Boys Soccer Coach of the Year following the Falcons'...

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Congressional Art Competition
What do depictions of a grandmother, a seascape, and spring flowers have in common? 

All are displayed in downtown Riverside as part of the 41 st District Congressional Art Competition – and all are creations of Rubidoux High School students who learn without limits.

Student Youth Court Earns Tickets to WE Day
For the third year in a row, JUSD’s Student Youth Court earned tickets to attend WE Day as part of the WE Schools program. WE Day tickets can’t be bought. Students earn their way by taking one local and one global action through WE Schools. Student Youth Court earns tickets through their service to the community and the commitment to promote education globally and improve the community locally through acts of volunteerism.

Stone Avenue Visits the River Bottom
Stone Avenue Elementary's 1st and 3rd grade students went on field trips to the Santa Ana River Bottom courtesy of the RiverKATS Program. Students learned about the local environment and watershed concepts through in-class activities and hands-on field trips from a Chemical Engineer.

Students learned about an area in their community; where the water comes from, where it runs to; and tested the water using chemicals. In addition, they were given the opportunity to exam native insects and plants under microscopes. Students and teachers enjoyed their time as Environmental Scientists.

Upcoming Events
May 1 – Blood Drive at Rubidoux High School - 7:30am-1:30pm
May 1 - Annual Spring Concert at Patriot High School - 6:30pm
District Initiatives
On November 4, 2014, 60% of voters approved the district's $144 million Measure EE "21st Century Readiness Job Training, Upgrade and Repair" bond measure. More information on Measure EE projects can be found here.
Local Control Accountability Plan
The LCAP is required to identify annual goals, specific actions, and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators, including student academic achievement, school climate, student access to a broad curriculum, and parent engagement. For more information on the LCAP click here .

K-12 LCAP Parent and Community Survey
Community Partners
Spring & Summer 2018 Recreation Brochure
See the flyer for details on the 7th Annual Jurupa Valley Community 5K Run
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