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3/1/2013 1:08:00 PM
CVUSD approves district reorganization
Changes to begin for 2013-14 school year
Matt Santos
Anne Williams, an occupational therapist for the district, addresses the board during the public comment portion of Thursday nights meeting.
Matt Santos
Anne Williams, an occupational therapist for the district, addresses the board during the public comment portion of Thursday nights meeting.
Matt Santos

UPDATE 3-5-2013, 11 a.m.

The CVUSD Governing Board voted during its March 4 meeting to approve the reorganization of the district.

Major changes, which will begin next school year, include the transfer of the fifth-grade to Heritage Middle School, making HMS a fifth through eighth-grade campus, assigning all first through fourth-grade students to Del Rio School, and turning Territorial Elementary School into a kindergarten only campus.

Check back to www.cvrnews.com and the March 13 issue of the Review for more information.

3/1/2013 1:08:00 PM

The Chino Valley School Board and district administrators heard public comment about the district's proposal for reorganization during a meeting Thursday, Feb. 28 at Territorial Elementary School.

The proposal, which calls for the transfer of all first through fourth grade students and faculty to Del Rio School, the addition of all fifth grade students to Heritage Middle School (currently a sixth through eighth grade campus), and make TES to an all kindergarten campus, will be voted on by the board on Monday, March 4.

All changes, if approved, would begin with the 2013-14 school year.

Many of the comments from parents focused on their concern for student safety, fifth grade transition into middle school, and overcrowding in classrooms.

The board meeting will take place Monday, March 4 at 6 p.m. in the CVUSD boardroom, 650 E Center Street.

For more information visit www.chinovalley.schooldesk.net or call 928-636-2458.

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