Val Verde Unified School District

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The Val Verde Unified School District is one of two public education governing bodies in Moreno Valley, California which stretches into Perris, California. It currently operates 21 schools and is the neighbor to its larger counterpart, the Moreno Valley Unified School District. This district serves approximately 19,500 students as of 2013.



  • El Potrero Preschool

Elementary Schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

High Schools[edit]

School Board[edit]

  • Juan Lopez - Superintendent
  • Marla Kirkland - President
  • Wraymond Sawyerr - Vice President
  • Suzanne Stotlar - Clerk
  • Michael Vargas - Member
  • Shelly Yarbrough - Member

Val Verde Vision[edit]

The Val Verde Unified School District believes in an educational system, which is committed to effective. life-long learning and provides its students with the tools and knowledge to become productive citizens of our democratic society; and, that the Val Verde Unified School District develops academic competency to prepare students to take part as fully franchised American citizens in a safe school environment. To accomplish this, we believe in strong leadership, the development of safe schools and high expectations from all segments of the system. We believe in actively engaged school/community partnerships with a viable accountability program to ensure success.

District Goals and Objectives[edit]

Goal One-Parent Engagement:

Val Verde Unified School District is committed to embracing a collaborative culture for students, parents, teachers, staff, and the community that sustains exceptional parental engagement and promotes the social, emotional, and academic growth of our students.

Goal Two-College and Career Readiness:

Students graduating from the Val Verde Unified School District will possess the academic and technical skills required to pursue college and career options of their choosing.

Goal Three-Create positive school climates:

The Val Verde Unified School District will maintain safe and effective learning environments where students develop positive social relationships and a sense of connection.

Goal Four-Maintain and modernize school & district facilities and technology:

The Val Verde Unified School District will offer safe, clean, and well-maintained schools that are technology enriched.

We Believe[edit]

*Students are our first priority

*All students can learn

*Students benefit from family and community support

*High expectations improve performance

*Every individual has the power to make a profound difference in the life of another'''


Record Academic Performance Index Improvement of 189 points over the last 11 years (2003-2013)

4th highest graduation rate in Riverside County at 90.2% (2014)

Among the highest attendance rate in Riverside County at 96%

Lowest truancy rate in Riverside County at 9.5%

All VVUSD have Similar Schools Ranking of 9 or 10 (2014)

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