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The Chaffey Joint Union High School District has partnered with School Loop. School Loop is an innovative communication tool designed to keep parents, students, teachers and staff connected. With School Loop parents and students can:

  •  Check assignments online
  •  Monitor current grades
  •  Email teachers/counselors
  •  View school news/events
  •  Submit work electronically

Every Chaffey District parent and student is encouraged to register. It takes less than two minutes to sign up and all accounts are FREE! Click the 'Register Now' tab on the top left of this page.   

  

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Grizzly Nation,

Thanks to the wonderful work of our staff, student leaders and parent volunteers we are off to a great start to the 2018-19 school year.  A special thank you to our student leaders for their role in welcoming back all of our Grizzlies and putting on a successful rally on our first day of school! This was a great example of WE>I!

This year’s theme for our site is “Everything Matters.”  We realize as a staff that not only what we do matters, but especially as educators what we do matters every day.  This is why we focus on striding to establish sustainable progress for our campus, establish positive relationships and continue to increase student success.  When students feel safe and welcomed at school, make positive connections with others and are prepared through high academic expectations and support, they will have a much greater chance to enjoy success in high school and beyond!      

I want all of our Grizzlies to know that our staff will work hard to equip our students with the skills needed to be college AND career ready.  However, that success does not sit solely on the shoulders of the school. Success begins with possessing a growth mindset which is the belief that everyone’s intelligence and abilities can improve.  This includes taking ownership of your learning, displaying that Grizzly Grit through difficult times and taking advantage of the supports our teachers and staff provide.  With that said, I challenge all Grizzlies come to school every day on time, complete all assignments and work hard to pass all classes with a C or higher.  By meeting these challenges our Grizzlies will be in position to meet their A-G requirements.  We know that the skills taught while completing the A-G requirements are the key for giving our Grizzlies multiple options beyond high school regardless of the path they take.

In years past the API was used by the state to measure a schools effectiveness based on CST scores.  This system has since been replaced by the California Dashboard.  The dashboard is a system designed to focus on five performance indicators to determine the effectiveness of a school.  These indicators are Graduation Rate, Suspension Rate, English Learner Performance, College & Career Indicator and Chronic Absenteeism.  Each indicator is scored based on a color wheel consisting of five colors (blue, green, yellow, orange & red).  Blue signifies the highest level of performance for an indicator and is the goal for all schools while the color red signifies the lowest level of performance.  Below is a link that has more information on the California Dashboard.

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/ac/cm/

Parents, we want to continue to invite you in as a partner with our school and encourage you to be actively engaged in your child’s success.  In order to do that, it is imperative that you sign up for your personal School Loop account and monitor your students’ progress daily, stay in communication with teachers to build and maintain collaborative relationships and attend the many parent information programs we will offer throughout the year. 

Lastly, I want to invite everyone to attend our Back to School Night event which will be on Wednesday, August 22nd beginning at 6:30pm.  This is a chance for you to meet your son and or daughters teachers in person and learn of ways for them to get connected on our campus.  I am extremely excited for what will be a great school year and thank you for all of your continued support!

 

Claws up!

 

Mr. Joshua Kirk
Principal

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Important Message About Deliveries at School

We have examined the practice of dropping off items in our front office. This is a practice that local law enforcement and our school resource officer strongly recommend all schools not allow.  This practice also causes a major disruption in our guidance and front office area. Given the tragedies we have witnessed in schools across the country and the impact this practice has had on our campus, we have decided to take proactive steps to ensure a safe campus, therefore, no items will be accepted for drop off in our front office.  This includes, but is not limited to: food, phones, clothing, money, school work/materials and equipment.  If your son or daughter forgot to bring their lunch, please have them stop by our cafeteria and we will be sure to provide food for him or her.  Thank you for your understanding, cooperation and continued support in working together to provide a safe campus for all of our Grizzlies!

Parent Presentations

Suicide Prevention Presentation

Suicide Prevention Presentation
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

 

Chaffey Joint Union High School District Office
Hill Auditorium
211 W. 5th Street
Ontario, CA 91762

 

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Medication Safety Seminar

Are you interested in learning about medication & how you can help others improve their health?

If you answered yes, then this FREE seminar is for you!

 

at WesternU is for students who aspire to become healthcare professionals or have a general interest in learning about medicine. The seminar will involve a keynote speaker from Health Career Connection, two breakout sessions being facilitated by pharmacists and interactive group activities. All students who attend the seminar will receive a special WesternU gift.Medication Safety SeminarThe

 

Event Details

·         Location: Western University of Health Sciences
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         St, Pomona CA 91766ndAddress: 521 East 2
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         Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
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         Time: 8:30am – 12:30pm
(lunch will be provided)

 

Click Here to register (space is limited).

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For questions regarding the seminar, please contact Jacqueline at jjavier@westernu.edu / 909.469.5501

We hope to see you there!

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Los Osos High School - A California Distinguished School

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Dear Distinguished School Award Recipient,

Congratulations on successfully completing the 2013 California Distinguished School application process, and being recognized as one of our 218 California Middle and High Distinguished Schools! This award is a direct reflection of the dedication, hard work, and vision of your school’s educational community, and I am pleased to be able to award this honor to your school.

This year we will be recognizing the 2013 Distinguished Middle and High Schools along with the Exemplary Program Honors, the 2012 National Blue Ribbon Schools, and the 2013 Title I Academic Achievement Award Schools.

The news release identifying all the 2013 Distinguished Middle and High Schools is posted online at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ under What’s New.

Again, congratulations on receiving Distinguished School recognition. Please note that if you also applied for Exemplary Program honors, it will be announced very soon through a separate news release. If you have any questions regarding this subject, contact the Awards Team at 916-319-0842 or by e-mail at Awards@cde.ca.gov.

Sincerely,

Tom Torlakson

The Chaffey Joint Union High School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, mental disability, physical disability, age or any other bias protected by law in its education programs or activities or in personnel or employment practices.

Concerns should be addressed to the following District Administrators, or by visiting the listed District Administrator at 211 W. Fifth St., Ontario, CA or by calling the District Office at (909) 988-8511:

Personnel and Employment Practices  
Discipline, Suspensions, Expulsions  
     Kern Oduro, Deputy Superintendent Ext. 2660
Educational Programs  
     James Cronin, Assistant Superintendent Ext. 2700
Facilities  
     Rick Wiersma, Assistant Superintendent Ext. 2680
Title IX - Report of Sexual Harassment  
(ensures sex equity in all district operations)  
     Kern Oduro, Deputy Superintendent Ext. 2660
Section 504  
(protects the rights of pupils with disabilities)  
    Kelly Whelan, Special Education Director Ext. 2610

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Joshua Kirk, Principal
 

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