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10601 Church Street Suite 112
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Phone: (909) 989-8541
Fax:     (909) 941-1732

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8:00 am - 4:30 pm


"Budget on a Napkin"

Central School District is committed to remaining fiscally solvent
by effectively managing current
resources and pursuing
new revenue sources.

Click on the link below to see the new "Budget on a Napkin" report on Central School District's budget.

Budget on a Napkin      


California Common Core Standards (CCSS) 

California has joined a national movement to adopt common standards and assessments for English Language Arts and mathematics. Adopted in California in August 2010, the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) were developed to prepare K-12 students for college and career readiness. Benchmarked against inter- national standards and top-performing countries, the CCSS also help prepare our students to succeed in a global economy and society. These standards will help ensure that students are receiving a high quality education consistently, from school to school and state to state. 

For more information, please follow the link below:

CCSS Flyer

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Board of Trustees Takes Action to Place a Bond Measure on the November 2014 Ballot

Thanks to all of you who returned the District Priority survey sent home in May.  This was truly a great effort to integrate the input of district staff and hundreds of parents and community members to develop a comprehensive District Facilities Master Plan.  In addition, we held meetings at each of our school sites and conducted two community surveys regarding our school site needs.  We are delighted that our community is extremely supportive of our District.

On July 17th, our School Board considered all of this input and I am pleased to report to you that they unanimously voted to place a bond measure on the November 2014 ballot to fund our local schools.  This bond measure will replace an expiring bond at a lower tax rate and therefore, will not increase the tax rate currently paid by property owners.

If you have any questions, please contact Donna Libutti, Superintendent, or Lori Isom, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services, at (909) 989-8541.

The Board adopted resolution, tax rate statement, and final community survey results are available by clicking the links below:

Board Resolution & Tax Rate Statement      Survey Results


Local Control Accountability Plan


We invite all stakeholders and community members to view Central School District's newly-developed Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for 2014-15.  The LCAP is a vehicle for transparency and community engage- ment.  To access the 2014-15 LCAP, please click on the following link: 

2014-15 Local Control Accountability Plan
2014-15 Local Control Accountability Plan (Spanish)


In February every Central School District family was asked to complete a school survey to assist us in the development of the LCAP.  We appreciate your participation in this important survey and are pleased to share the district-wide results.  Please use the following link to the Superintendent's page to review the survey results: 

Parent Survey Results

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Central School District Celebrates 100 Years

From citrus groves to suburbs, Central School District celebrates 100 years.  Some parents of school-aged children in the western part of what today is Rancho Cucamonga found themselves in a rather difficult position 102 years ago.

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Article


Click on the links below to view the California Department of Education's "School Snapshots" for all schools in Central School District:

Bear Gulch School

Central School

Coyote Canyon School

Doña Merced School

Valle Vista School

Cucamonga Middle School

Ruth Musser Middle School


Click on the link below to view the
2012 Base Academic Performance Index (API) Report

2012 Base API Report


5 Things Parents Need to Know About Kids Being Online

Keeping track of your kids' online activities can be difficult, especially during the summer when kids are out of school and can spend even more time online.  With these challenges in mind, here are some helpful tips for parents this summer.  Please click on the link below for more information about these helpful tips: 

  • Keep kids active
  • The smartphone is king
  • Facebook is out
  • Cyberbullying
  • Turn off location information

5 Things Parents
Need to Know

Important Information from our District Nurses

Our District Nurses have compiled a list of health care resources.  This informa- tion is provided below in both English and Spanish.

Health Care Resources (English)

Health Care Resources (Spanish) 
(Recursos para el cuidado de la Salud)

For more information about
Kids Come First Community Health Center
please see flyer below:

Kids Come First (English)

Kids Come First (Spanish)