Central School District is committed to the success of
each student. Learning will always be our top priority.
We will strive for excellence while maintaining the family atmosphere, passion, and integrity
that make us unique.
Adopted by the Board of Trustees
DISTRICT GUIDING PRINCIPLES
1. STUDENT PERFORMANCE
We are committed to maintaining an exceptional academic environment that provides quality instruction to all of our students which will ensure that they meet federal, state and local standards.
2. PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT/CHARACTER EDUCATION
We recognize parents as key partners in the success of our students. We are committed to working together to promote academic, social and civic values.
3. FISCAL SOLVENCY
We are committed to remaining fiscally solvent by effectively managing current resources and pursuing new revenue sources.
We take pride in our well-maintained facilities. It is our responsibility to provide clean, safe and secure sites for the well being of our students and staff.
5. PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT/STAFF DEVELOPMENT
We are committed to hiring and retaining the best employees. We believe that all employees benefit from building on their strengths and identifying areas in which to grow.
We believe that students and staff must demonstrate technological competence to support academic progress, communication and learning.
MEASURE N PASSED WITH 67.1% OF THE VOTE!!
Central School District would like to thank our school community for their support of Measure N. A very special thank you to those of you who volunteered many, many hours of your personal time to campaign for this important bond measure. We could not have gotten the word out to our community members without your help!!
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.
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ON CSD'S 100 YEARS
The Press Enterprise did a nice article on the district's celebration of its 100 year anniversary. Please click on the link below to view this article and slide show: