Covina-Valley Unified School District to Host College and Career Fair, Provide Resources for Students
Covina-Valley Unified School District will host a College and Career Fair to provide students with important resources as they consider their educational and professional options for the future. More than 50 colleges and universities, trade schools, and the armed forces will be present at the event, including the University of Southern California (USC), Chapman University, Grand Canyon University (GCU), Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, the U.S. Naval Academy, and more.
Three Covina-Valley Unified School District high school students went above and beyond this summer by seeking out and participating in prestigious academic internships, programs, and camps. Covina High School junior Ashley Raffaeli, Northview High School senior Leonardo Cristofaro, and South Hills High School senior Adam Asmaiel all participated in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) focused programs that enhanced their understanding and knowledge of STEM concepts, while also providing vital experience and insight into various careers in STEM-related fields. Each of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)-focused programs enhanced the students’ understanding and knowledge of STEM concepts, while also providing vital experience and insight into various careers in STEM-related fields.
Four new administrators will bring their talent and experience to Covina-Valley Unified School District to begin the 2022-23 school year. Rebecca Handzel will take the helm at New Fairvalley High School, which includes the Adult Transition Program and Covina-Valley Learning Options Academy; Ann Anderson takes over as principal at Grovecenter Elementary School, Kazuko Tuttle is the new principal of Cypress Elementary School, and Elena Camarillo will serve as assistant principal at both Cypress and Mesa elementary schools.