Clovis Unified Headlines
Attendance boundary study underway, scenarios available to review
Clovis Unified has begun the process to study existing attendance boundaries across the District. The study is needed to address areas of the District where enrollment is increasing rapidly and others where school facilities are underutilized. The study will also be used to develop new boundaries for the elementary school opening at Temperance and Clinton avenues in August of 2016. Learn More and See Boundary Scenarios.
Clovis Unified students perform well on California's new Smarter Balanced Assessments
Clovis Unified students continue to outperform their peers around the state on California’s annual assessments in Mathematics and English Language Arts according to scores released Sept. 7. In Clovis Unified, student achievement numbers consistently exceeded state and county averages by more than 15 – 20% in both Mathematics and English Language Arts. See individual school results.
Nominations open now for Crystal Awards, Clovis Unified's employee of the year program
Each year, outstanding employees are recognized for going above and beyond for students, colleagues and our community. Honorees are living out our philosophy that it's people, not programs, that make the positive difference for our students. Learn more.
Clovis Unified's Local Control Accountability Plan focused on improved services to students
On June 17 the Governing Board approved the district's 2015-18 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The plan was developed through extensive dialogue with parents/guardians, employees, students and the community and outlines the District's strategic goals and plans to serve all students. Learn more.
How do revised content standards affect students?
As Clovis Unified continues working toward implementing California's revised content standards across the district, information will be provided regularly on the District's website, at parent meetings, in CUSD Today, and through individual schools. For more information about how the revised standards will impact students, and answers to frequently asked questions, visit the Curriculum and Instruction Department page of our website.
Sierra Vista Health Center offers medical services to children ages 0-18
Clovis Unified School District has two Health Centers offering medical services to children ages 0-18 years and are free of charge to income-eligible families. Patients who have Medi-Cal are also eligible for these services as well as those who do not have health insurance coverage. The two centers are located on the campuses of Sierra Vista and Pinedale elementary schools. However, due to construction, the Pinedale Health Center is currently closed. Sierra Vista's Health Center is open - click here for more information on services offered, hours, location and contact information.