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    If your child will be 5 years old on or before September 1, he/she is eligible for Kindergarten. 


    If your child will be 5 years old between September 2 and December 2, he/she is eligible for Transitional Kindergarten.


    For more information on Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten click here.

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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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    District Office Hours

    8:00 am - 4:30 pm

    2018-19 LCAP

    Local Control Accountability Plan


    We invite all stakeholders and community members to view Central School District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for 2018-19.  The LCAP is a vehicle for transparency and community engagement. 


    To view the Board-approved 2017-18 through 2019-20 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) in its entirety, please click on the link below:

    2017-18 through 2019-20 LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN

    Introduction of New Ruth Musser Middle School Principal

    Robert Clobes is pictured with his wife, Sarah

    The district takes great pleasure in introducing Robert Clobes as the newest Central School District site administrator.  Mr. Clobes will begin his tenure as the new principal at Ruth Musser Middle School beginning next school year.  Mr. Clobes was introduced to the Board of Trustees at its April 4th meeting by Superintendent Donna Libutti. 

    Cucamonga Middle School Digital Class Presentation

    Pictured are CMS students with Principal Allan Morales and teacher Paul Myers

    At the April 4th Board meeting, members of the Cucamonga Middle School (CMS) digital video elective class shared a video they put together highlighting a day in the life of a CMS student.  This elective class, taught by Paul Myers, is one of the new courses implemented to expand student access to a broad course of study and supports the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

    District Writing Celebration

    Students chosen to read their winning entries are pictured with Central Elementary Principal Renee Barnett, and teachers Roxane Martinez, Renee Chipman, Laura Messina, Nina Peralta, and Rosa Moralez

    At its March 14th Board meeting, the Board of Trustees recognized those students whose hard work had been judged to be of superior quality in the areas of creativity, craft, and mechanics.  The Board also recognized the skill of the teachers who elicit such work in the demanding curricular area.  One student from each school was chosen to read her entry to the Board.

    Introduction of New Director of Special Education/Pupil Personnel

    Mary Kate Perez (third from left) is pictured with her family

    The district takes great pleasure in introducing Mary Kate Perez as the new Director of Special Education/Pupil Personnel.  Mrs. Perez has been with Central School District since 1995 and will begin her tenure as the Director of Special Education/Pupil Personnel beginning July 1st.  The Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Mrs. Perez to this position at its February 21st meeting.

    Bear Gulch Elementary School Volunteers

    Principal Keri Applegate (middle) is pictured with volunteers Kay Larsen and Kelly Page

    At the February 21st Board meeting, Principal Keri Applegate shared a presentation regarding all the wonderful volunteer work happening at Bear Gulch Elementary School.  Bear Gulch is a community of learners, family and staff that values and embraces diversity.  Families are welcomed and encouraged to become part of their school community.

    National History Day

    Pictured are CMS students with Assistant Principal Charles Boulden, teachers Christina Espinoza, Tobi Cavazos, Jeff Misawa, and Principal Allan Morales

    National History Day is a national program/competition involving over half a million middle and high school students across the United States.  This year, Cucamonga Middle School had approximately 140 7th grade and 175 8th grade students participate.  At the February 21st Board meeting, five groups that participated in National History Day presented their project and experience to the Board.

    Central School District Community Update

    Annually, it is important for the community to know about the great happenings in their neighborhood schools.  We are proud of the variety of accomplishments that make Central School District a "District of Destination" for many families.  These accomplishments are highlighted in the Community Update brochure.  Click here to view the 2018 Community Update.







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    2019 Board Meeting Schedule
    January 10 July 11
    February 7 & 21 August 8
    March 14 Sept. 5 & 19
    April 4 & 18 October 10
    May 2 & 16 November 7
    June 6 & 20 December 19*

    *Annual Organizational Meeting

    School Snapshots

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

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

    2012 Base API Report

    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)