Carmel Valley High School

  • Updated Important Safety Message for Carmel Unified School District

    We have learned the following information about the social media threat that was communicated to you earlier this morning:

    • The Monterey County Office of Education was notified this morning that there were two Facebook posts threatening violence at all schools in Monterey County.  The posts have since been removed.

    • The police have the suspect in custody, who has provided a full admission. As a result, the police have determined that this was not a credible threat.   

    We appreciate everyone’s support as we work to ensure the safety of all students in our schools.


    Important Safety Message for Carmel Unified School District 

    The safety and well-being of students and staff are high priorities of the Carmel Unified School District, Monterey Peninsula Unified School District and Pacific Grove Unified School District. It has come to our attention that a threat was made on social media toward all Monterey County schools. Law enforcement is involved and at this time there is no reason to believe there is any credibility to the threats. However, law enforcement is taking the case very seriously and all peninsula school districts are on heightened alert. We will continue to inform our community if more information becomes available. You may visit our websites for any updates. Thank you for partnering with us to keep our schools, students and staff safe.

    La Oficina de Educación del Condado de Monterey nos ha notificado esta mañana que había una amenaza para todas las escuelas del Condado de Monterey violencia que amenazan. La policía tiene al sospechoso en custodia y se ha proporcionado una admisión completa. Esto no era una amenaza creíble y era un engaño. Se realizó una búsqueda y no se encontraron armas o explosivos. Gracias por parterning con nosotros para mantener a los estudiantes, el personal y las escuelas seguras ti.


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    2016-2017 Superintendent Search Process Information

    The Carmel Unified School District Board of Education has voted unanimously to retain Leadership Associates Executive Search Advisors, Don Iglesias, Sally Frazier and Peggy Lynch, to conduct recruitment and a comprehensive search process for the selection of our next district superintendent, following the departure of former Superintendent Scott Laurence near the end of the last school year.  For more information click here. 


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  • 2016-2017 Superintendente Proceso de Búsqueda

    La Junta Directiva del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Carmel ha votado por unanimidad a contratar a Leadership Associates Executive Search Advisors, el Don Iglesias, la Sally Frazier y la Peggy Lynch, para llevar a cabo el reclutamiento y un proceso de búsqueda exhaustiva para la selección de nuestro próximo superintendente de distrito, siguiendo la salida del Superintendente pasado, el Scott Laurence, cerca del final del último año escolar. Para obtener más información haga clic aquí.


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  • Links re: Soberanes Fire

    Carmel Unified School District Office is monitoring the Soberanes fire and appreciating the efforts of responders and the community.

    The Red Cross evacuation center (831-262-5751) and SPCA evacuation center (831-373-2631) have re-opened at All Saints School.

    Affected families or staff in need of support please email tzarevich@carmelunified.or or call 831.624.1546 ext. 2021.


    For FIRE updates click the Cal Fire link:

    For AIR QUALITY click the Monterey Bay Air Resources District:

    Other HELPFUL LINKS provided by Carmel Chamber of Commerce:



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    Carmel Valley High School will prepare its 

    graduates to be: 


    • who effectively articulate ideas in both oral and written form.
    • who demonstrate competent use of technology in                   aquiring and presenting information.

    Valuable Community Members:

    • who adhere to acceptable standards of behavior.
    • who show respect for self, others, and the               environment by making responsible decisions.

    Higher-Level Thinkers:

    • who use appropriate problem-solving strategies.
    • who produce high-quality work.

    Self-directed Learners:

    • who are punctual, prepared, and productive.
    • who use a variety of resources to answer questions and form opinions.

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    Labor Day Holiday
    No School in Session
    Monday, September 5, 2016
    CUSD October Break Week
    October 10-14, 2016
    Staff Development Day-No School in Session
    Monday, October 17, 2016

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