This has been another hard hit year for the senior class of 2021. Missed opportunities for dances, activities, senior trips, college field trips, prom. Yet in light of world events and tragic loss of their senior year, 2200 students from Moreno Valley Unified School District accomplished an astonishing feat tackling these challenges head on showing how strong and ready they are to take on the world ahead of them!
Help us celebrate the accomplishments of these amazing graduates and show them how proud we are of them by adopting and supporting one or more students with something special.
- Write an encouraging letter
- Give a gift basket filled with snacks or supplies
- Purchase a gift/gas card
- Buy them a Class of 2021 t-shirt or future college
- Be creative and show them you care
Support that special Senior in your life or let our team match you with some of MVUSD's best senior graduates ever!
Learn while you earn! The local Community Colleges (RCC< MVC, MJSC Norco, San Bernardino Valley College, and Victor Valley College) invite you to an information session on the apprenticeship opportunities in the Inland Empire. Apprenticeship opportunities are available in the Healthcare, IT/Cyber Security, Industrial Technology, and Automotive career fields.
It is with great please that we invite you to our BLC Senior Day on May 21, 2021 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. On this day you can pick-up your cap and gown that you have ordered, or you can purchase a cap and gown if you have yet to order one. We will also be handing out your senior t-shirt, senior swag bag, senior yard sign, and so much more!!! You will also be able to leave with an In-N-Out cheeseburger, or hamburger. So, get ready, and hope to see you all on May 21, 2021.
Registration is now available for all students currently enrolled in grades kindergarten through 12.
Make-Up Chromebook Pick-up
District Community Education Center
25634 Alessandro Blvd.
April 26-28; 1:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Students and families who were unable to pick up their new Chromebook last week can still exchange their old Chromebook for a new one prior to their old device being disabled on April 30. They may come to the district office April 26-28, from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. for a drive-thru exchange. They should bring their old Chromebook and charger (and appointment ticket or student ID if they have them), and wear a face covering.
Families may also bring their old Chromebook and charger to our after-hours help window in the lobby from 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. on these days. They should remember to wear a face covering and maintain physical distancing.
Next Friday, March 19th, is the end of the 3rd Grading Term. Spring Break begins March 20th and students return on April 5th for the start of the 4th Grading Term.
We created a parent survey so parents and guardians can let us know what model of learning (hybrid or distance) they want their child to be in when we are able to bring students back on campus. We will use this information to guide our decision making and planning process. Parents can complete the survey in the Q Parent Portal.
Watch a replay of the 2021 Virtual State of the District event!
3rd Term classes will begin on January 11, 2021. Classes will continue to be in Distance Learning mode. Please check your schedules prior to the start of classes at 8:00 AM. On behalf of all of the at Bridges Learning Center we hope that you have a safe and relaxing winter break.
The Board of Education of the Moreno Valley Unified School District voted on Tuesday, December 15, to remain in full distance learning for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.