Reminders Regarding Thanksgiving Holiday Closures:
TVUSD schools will be closed the week of November 23-27
The Bus Pass Office will close at 12:00 noon on Friday, November 20 and remain closed the week of November 23-27
The District office will be closed November 26-27
Congratulations Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce November Students of the Month. You are all inspiring!
Paloma Elementary School Celebrated the 6th Annual Salute To Heroes Event
Chaparral High School's Platinum Sound and Emerald Guard just received a $10,000 donation to support their program.
Vintage Hills Elementary School Staff Supporting Veterans Day
Barnett Elementary School Students of the Month
Temecula Elementary Students Learn Coding in Google Training Class
Temecula Education Foundation (TEF) celebrated its new name, logo, and legacy of supporting student success with a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was held at Sparkman Alternative Education Center in Temecula as a symbol of all theTVUSD students TEF supports. Since 2011, the foundation has contributed more than $100,000 to support curriculum enrichment in the arts and sciences. PHOTO CREDIT: John Tobin
Sparkman Alternative Education Center's
Blood Drive on Oct. 20th. We surpassed our goal by 136% with a collection of 71 pints!
Congratulations CHS Pumas on your showing at Orange County Role a Bout Theatre festival and competition at Mission Viejo High School
Vail Ranch Cross Country teams had a great day by winning three division titles, one second place division title, two third place division titles and Overall boys and girls titles! Individuals accounted for 34 awards, 13 top 10 finishers, 3 second place finishers and a 1st place finisher (Gabriel Abbes) with the fastest time of the day.
Pictured are 17 of 19 first-place winners in the 2015-16 Temecula Valley Council of PTAs (TVC PTA) REFLECTIONS Contest
Chaparral has 10 outstanding students that have earned the Riverside County Seal of Multi-literacy. These students are the first in the district to earn the highest honor
and recognition from the Riverside County of Education in World Language.
Pictured are Great Oak High School Spirit Run for the Arts representatives Todd Wiggins and Sharon Matus with Temecula Education Foundation (TEF) Director Morris Myers (center). The Spirit Run donated $2,000 to TEF to support visual and performing arts programs in the Temecula Valley Unified School District.
Temecula Elementary School Students Visit Murrieta Field of Honor