Covina-Valley Unified School District

  • Covina-Valley Unified School District Creates Paths to Success, Hosts Inaugural Career and Job Fair

    Hundreds of parents and students attended the inaugural Covina-Valley Unified School District Career and Job Fair on April 19, where students received guidance on educational and employment opportunities to plan for their futures beyond graduation. Visitors from 46 institutions, including Mt. San Antonio College, the United States Army and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, provided high school students with enrollment information and numerous employment opportunities at the event.

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  • Covina-Valley Unified School District Receives Funding Through A-G Completion Improvement Grant

    Covina-Valley Unified has been awarded more than $1 million in funding through the A-G Completion Improvement Grant, advancing the District’s efforts to develop comprehensive programs to increase the number of students who have completed their A-G requirements by graduation. The grant funding, delivered through the California Education Budget Trailer Bill, will support Covina-Valley Unified’s goals of creating a comprehensive college roadmap and calendar for middle- and high-school students, expand the number of tutoring opportunities and summer school A-G course offerings, and ensure low-income students and students of color have equitable access to the District’s most academically rigorous high school programs.

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  • Covina-Valley Unified School District Approves High School Metal Fabrication Capstone Course

    Covina-Valley Unified School District has expanded its metal fabrication career technical education pathway by approving a new capstone course for the District’s high school welding program. The new course will be the third metal fabrication class in the District’s three-year course sequence and will be offered in the fall of 2022 – with an option to begin in the summer of 2022, depending on enrollment – to juniors and seniors at Covina-Valley Unified’s four high schools.

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