CVUSD Superintendent Darryl Adams to participate in White House “ConnectED to the Future”
Posted on 11/17/2014
Thermal, CA - On Wednesday, November 19, President Obama will host “ConnectED to the Future,” a convening with superintendents, and other educators from across the country, who will lead their schools and districts in the transition to digital learning. The event builds on the momentum of the ConnectED Initiative, a plan the President announced in 2013, to connect 99% of students to high speed internet and empower teachers with the technology they need to transform teaching and learning. An important part of this initiative is ensuring that digital connectivity supports innovation in America’s classrooms.
Coachella Valley Unified School District Takes Additional Measures to Ensure Student Safety
Posted on 10/10/2014
Thermal, CA– The Coachella Valley Unified School District is proud to announce that Christopher’s Club House will collaborate with the school district and make available free presentations on School Safety given the recent incidents related to attempted student abductions in the eastern Coachella Valley. All Coachella Valley Unified School District Schools will receive free School Safety Presentations from Christopher’s Club House. These presentations are student friendly and will be in assembly form, tailored for each grade.
“CVUSD Connect" Mobile App Available for Download
Posted on 10/08/2014
The Coachella Valley Unified School District announced today that the District’s Mobile App, "CVUSD Connect" is available at the Apple App Store and in the Android Market. Downloading the app is as easy as going to the Apple App Store or Android Market on your devices and doing a search for CVUSD Connect, downloading the app and enjoying the many features and services available!
CVUSD Families in Need of Affordable Internet
Posted on 10/07/2014
A Coachella Valley High School student used his school-issued iPad in his special education class to help set up a recycling project for fellow students. His world opened up, his teacher said. But when Eli went home, he had no high-speed Internet connection to do his homework.
Inappropriate Student Use of Social Media
Posted on 10/01/2014
Today the Coachella Valley Unified School District became aware of an incident involving several High School students distributing inappropriate material via a personal Twitter account. This activity took place after school and was not related to any school activity or function. Nevertheless, the District launched an investigation to determine the origin of the inappropriate material