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Governing Board

CVHS School Board

Chino Valley Unified School District is governed by five 
elected Board members who serve staggered four year terms. 
The Board annually revisits its goals for the school year.

Governing Board Members


Penny Hubble, Board President

Penny Hubble
President
Term: 2015-2018


Cyndi Thomas, Board Vice President

Cyndi Thomas
Vice President
Term: 2015-2018



Sherry Brown
Board Member
Term: 2017-2020



Robert Bowen
Board Member
Term: 2017-2020



Annie Mortensen
Board Member
Term: 2017-2020
The Board holds its regular meeting the first Tuesday
of each month (unless it falls on a Holiday) at 5:00 p.m.
Meetings are held at the Board Room located at 
650 East Center Street in Chino Valley, Arizona.

This public notice details the dates for each board meeting of 2017.

Meeting notices and agendas are posted to this website as well as 
the bulletin board outside the entrance to the District Office 
located at 650 East Center Street, Chino Valley, Arizona. 
Follow the link to view the meeting notice policy.


Board Links


The Governing Board is proud to present the district's Strategic Plan and our look to the future.  In the tradition of our community it shows us, yet again, the strength of our community's commitment to educational excellence.  With clear goals and initiatives, the plan outlines our priorities and is the foundation of our plan to move forward as a community and a school district.

Over the last 20 years the District has experienced spurts of growth until recently with the economic downturn, declining enrollment has been the major issue facing the District.  In both good and bad economic times, the District has not wavered from its education without imposing undue stress on the taxpayers of the community.  With the prolonged recession facing Arizona, the District is once again entering a period of change, which will challenge all of our resources and our abilities to meet budgets and yet continue to provide a quality educational environment.

To this end, the four-year strategic plan is designed as part of our ongoing effort to proactively develop an instructional program that addresses the educational needs of students.  The plan unequivocally states our commitment to our mission and our vision to see each student reach his or her greatest potential.

Meeting Agendas





Meeting Minutes





Notices