Temecula, CA
The City That Shines Through The Mist
Area Code: 951 - Zip Code: 92592

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TEMECULA VALLEY SCHOOLS
 

High Schools - 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

High School Boundaries Map

Chaparral High School
27215 Nicolas Road
951-695-4200

Chaparral High School

Rancho Vista High School
31340 Rancho Vista Road
951-695-7320
Temecula Valley High School
31555 Rancho Vista Road
951-695-7300

Temecula Valley High School

Great Oak High School
32555 Deer Hollow Way 92592
951.294.6450

The Wolfpack
Rancho Santa Rosa
31340 Rancho Vista Road
951-695-7360
 
Temecula Valley Adult School
31340  Rancho Vista Road
951-506-7996
 
 
Middle Schools - 8:15 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Middle Schools Boundaries Map
Bella Vista
431650 Browning Street
Murrieta, CA 92563
951.294.6600
Bella Vista Middle School
James L. Day Middle School
40774 Camino Campos Verde
951-699-8138

James L. Day Middle School

Erle Stanley Gardner Middle School
45125 Via Del Coronado
951-699-0080
Erle Stanley Gardner Middle School
Margarita Middle School
30600 Margarita Road
951-695-7370
Margarita Middle School
Temecula Middle School
42075 Meadows Parkway
951-302-5151
Temecula Middle School
Vail Ranch Middle School
California Distinguished School
33340 Camino Rojo
951-302-5188
Vail Ranch Middle School
 
Elementary Schools - 9:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Elementary Schools Boundaries Map

Alamos
438200 Pacific Park Dr.
Murrieta, CA 92563
951-294-6760
Los Alamos Elementary
Abby Reinke Elementary
43799 Sunny Meadows Drive
951-302-6610
French Valley Elementary
36680 Cady Road, Winchester
951-926-3643
Coming 2004
Helen Hunt Jackson Elementary
32400 Camino San Dimas
951-302-5199
Nicolas Valley Elementary
39600 N. General Kearney Road
951-695-7180
Paloma Elementary
42940 Via Rami
951-302-5165
Pauba Valley Elementary
33125 Regina Drive
951-302-5140
Rancho Elementary
31540 La Serena Way
951-695-7150
Red Hawk Elementary
California Distinguished School
32045 Camino San Jose
951-302-5125
Rolling Hills Academy (K-8 Home School)
31340 Rancho Vista Road
951-506-7908
 
Joan F. Sparkman Elementary
32225 Pio Pico Road
951-302-5100
Temecula Elementary
41951 Moraga Road
951-695-7130
Temecula Learning Center Charter School
31777 Algarve Avenue, Winchester
951-926-9037 voice
Temecula Preparatory Academy Charter School
31777 Algarve Avenue, Winchester
951-926-6776 voice
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Vail Elementary
29915 Mira Loma Drive
951-695-7140
Vintage Hills Elementary
California Distinguished School
42240 Camino Romo
951-695-4260
Ysabel Barnett Elementary
39925 Harveston Drive
951-296-5579
 

Temecula Unified
School District (TVUSD)
31350 Rancho Vista Rd.
951-676-2661

www.tvusd.k12.ca.us

Source: Temecula Valley Unified School District

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THE TEMECULA VALLEY 
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

The general boundaries extend north to Baxter Road in French Valley, south to the Riverside County line, east to Vail Lake, and west to the Temecula city limit.  The District covers approximately 148 square miles.

The district includes 12 elementary schools, two charter schools, one K-8 Home School, four middle schools, one continuation high school and two comprehensive high schools.  

Approximately 21,000 students (Grades K-12) are currently enrolled in the district.

Approximately 9.9% of the students in the District speak a language other than English.  About 4.1% of the district’s student population is limited or non-English proficient.  Nearly 60 separate languages and dialects comprise the home language of these students (80% being the Spanish language).

Approximately 15% of the students enrolled in the district qualify for free or reduced priced lunches.

• The district strives to provide a variety of exemplary programs that meet the educational needs of all students.  Planning/goal setting activities often include staff, parents, students and the business community.

THE COMMUNITY 
Temecula and the surrounding area were once cattle and cowboy country.  Kaiser Development Company purchased 97,500 acres, including the old Vail Ranch in 1964 and master-planned the community of Temecula for quality growth.  The original plan has continued enthusiasm and a broad experience of successful, quality development.  Temecula became incorporated as a city on December 1, 1989.  Temecula is a unique, planned community which truly offers a diversification of affordable housing, growing employment opportunities and a healthy, natural environment.

DISTRICT PHILOSOPHY
The Temecula Valley Unified School District believes that the future of our country is dependent on the young people who are being educated in our schools.  Therefore, we are committed to providing an environment in which all children are encouraged to develop to their maximum potential.  The learning environment must be an exciting, positive, safe place where children are encouraged to grow and develop.  This requires a professional, mutually committed staff who demonstrate a clear understanding of our mission and accept the responsibility for working with our children.  We expect that staff, parents, business and community members join us in supporting this fundamental philosophy.

DISTRICT GOALS
The Temecula Valley Unified School District Governing Board believes that all employees should work together to provide the maximum support for students in order to have students achieve at their highest level.  The accountability for this expectation rests with all employees, district-level and site-level.  The Temecula Valley Unified School District Governing Board accepts their responsibility for ensuring that all employees respond positively to this expectation.  District goals have been identified in three areas: Curriculum, Instruction, and Management.

THE STAFF
Excellence in the schools requires excellence in teaching.  The administration of the Temecula Valley Unified School District supports its entire staff so they may achieve educational goals.  We are committed to staff training that improves the quality of a variety of subjects and instructional techniques. Reading, writing and mathematics are the backbone of our fine educational program.  From kindergarten through the upper grades, children are encouraged to master the fundamentals of reading, writing, and mathematics and to establish the habit of reading and writing for pleasure and knowledge.  Our teachers use a variety of methods from basic phonetic systems to book clubs, read-aloud stories, and reading games to stimulate interest and achievement in reading.  We also stress spelling, science, language arts, social studies and offer music, art, and physical education.

THE FAMILY
Temecula Valley Unified School District recognizes that the foundation of good education begins in the home.  We expect our students’ families to communicate with us.  Tell us what you like about the schools—and what could be improved.

We invite parents to get involved.  Volunteer in the classroom, serve on the School Site Council, attend PTA and school board meetings, visit us at Open House and Back-To-School Night, sign up for teacher conferences, and talk to your children about their classes, teachers and assignments.  Most of all, we support a school, parent, community coalition dedicated to creating an environmental of excellence in which to raise the youth of today…the citizens and leaders of tomorrow.

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM
Language arts (reading, speaking, listening, writing) and mathematics are the cornerstone of our instructional program, from the time the student enters our district until they graduate.  History/social science, science, visual and performing arts health and physical education are the other building blocks of the district instructional program.  Our program  emphasizes that learning is a life-long endeavor.

The district is committed to the goal of staff members modeling the pursuit of life-long learning to all of our students.  In an effort to meet this goal, a staff development program is in place to enable the teacher to improve both the quality of the curriculum and their instructional delivery techniques.  This is accomplished through training seminars, workshops and conference attendance.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

GATE - Children in Grades 3-12 may be served by the district’s Gifted and Talented Education  (GATE) Program.  This program is designed to provide appropriate rigor and challenge to students who meet the district’s criteria for placement.  Specialized teacher training in Gifted Education has been provided for a number of teachers at each of our sites.

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN – All elementary and middle schools participate in the School Improvement Program, funded by the State of California.  The program established standards for performance in academic and operational areas.

LIBRARY/MEDIA/TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION – Students at all grade levels have access to technology education programs designed to teach students to access and use information.  Each school has library/media facilities that are available for use during and after school hours.

MENTOR TEACHERS – Tenured teachers are recognized for professional expertise as well as provide mentoring services to and experienced teachers.

TITLE I – Students in grades K-3 as identified by teacher referral, district-made criterion referenced tests, and scoring below the 49 percentile in reading on the SAT/9 standardized test are provided supplemental services to improve in the area of language arts. The target schools for this program are Sparkman, Temecula and Vail Elementary schools.

BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAM – Child Care services for students in grades K-5 will be available at Nicolas Valley, Paloma, Pauba Valley, Rancho, Red Hawk, Barnett and Sparkman Elementary schools, from 6:00 am to 6:00 p.m.  A non-school day camp is also available during summer and spring breaks. For more information, please call 695-7127.

Source: Temecula Valley Unified School District

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