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22 Career Pathways Offered
Would you like to learn more about the 22 career pathways offered at JUSD? Join us for a special Career Technical Education (CTE) Showcase from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21 at 4850 Pedley Road. The event is part of a broader High School Showcase designed to

“Students/people have to learn to 'do things'!" 
-- Bryan Kendall, teacher of graphic design and manufacturing at Jurupa Valley High School 
JVHS, a hub of innovation, blends academic concepts with technical learning to help every student build hands-on skills and lay the groundwork for college and careers.   
Q. At Nueva Vista High School, what career pathway trains teenagers for some of the tens of thousands of jobs in the fastest-growing sector of the Inland economy? 
A. Logistics and distribution. ​
Indeed, logistics – fueled by global trade, e-commerce, and fulfillment centers in California – drove an estimated 24 percent of the Inland region's direct job growth from 2011-2018, according to the Southern California Association of Governments.

PHS CTE: Students Step Up

An athlete at Patriot High School has a bleeding wound. 
Outcome: “Instead of me taking care of that wound, one of my students will step up and say 'I want to take care of that.' And then they do," said Cynthia Cuccio, a patient care/sports medicine teacher at PHS. “They know exactly what to do and how to handle the situation. That makes me proud every time."

RHS CTE: Professionalism
Twice a week, students in the patient care program wear their scrubs to school.

 “Other students take notice and inquire, 'What class is that?' said Vickey Martinez, who teaches medical assisting at Rubidoux High School. “The students will tell them about the injection part of the course, which makes them proud that they can do this skill confidently."

Parent Involvement & Community Outreach
100 Mile Club has been the program leading the effort in the prevention of childhood and obesity across the nation. It is more than just a running program. We change lives. Improved school readiness to learn, increased motivation, student and family engagement, and the creation of a true Team Spirit that permeates and transforms school culture are evident in our 100 Mile Club Schools.

Making An Impact
Perhaps you’ve heard of Impact Teams – a super-teaching concept spreading through K-12 education and helping educators innovate, collaborate and refine their teaching methods based on student work.

Impact Teams are small groups of educators who work in partnership with students to improve feedback, instill a growth mind-set that promotes learning without limits, and better understand how specific actions affect student success.

Jurupa Unified introduced Impact Teams last year at six pilot sites: Patriot High; Mission Middle; and Granite Hill, Mission Bell, Peralta and Van Buren elementary schools. This year, the program has expanded to all but three campuses, which will start the program next year. 

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 .
Community Partners
Please visit the City of Jurupa Valley’s website to learn all about the city, obtain resources, information, and much more.
Quality Education at JUSD
4850 Pedley Road
Jurupa Valley, Ca. 92509