Cajon Valley Union School District

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Cajon Valley Union School Distrcit
750 East Main Street, El Cajon, California
United States
District information
Grades K–8
Superintendent Dave Miyashiro
School board
  • Tamara Otero
  • Jill Barto
  • Jo Alegria
  • Karen Clark-Mejia
  • James P. Miller
Schools 29
Other information

Cajon Valley Union School District (CVUSD) is a school district in California. Its headquarters are in El Cajon.

The district has 66.3 square miles (172 km2) of area and serves most of El Cajon.[1] It also serves Rancho San Diego.[citation needed] The district has about 16,000 students in grades Kindergarten through 8.[1]


Middle schools

  • Cajon Valley Middle School
  • Greenfield Middle School
  • Hillsdale Middle School
  • Los Coches Creek Middle School
  • Montgomery Middle School
  • Emerald Middle School

Elementary schools

  • Anza Elementary School
  • Avocado Elementary School
  • Blossom Valley Elementary School
  • Bostonia Language Academy
  • Chase Elementary School
  • Crest Elementary School
  • Emerald STEAM Magnet Middle School
  • Flying Hills Elementary School
  • Fuerte Elementary School
  • W. D. Hall Elementary School
  • Jamacha Elementary School
  • Johnson Elementary School
  • Lexington Elementary School
  • Madison Elementary School
  • Magnolia Elementary School
  • Meridian Elementary School
  • Naranca Elementary School
  • Rancho San Diego Elementary School
  • Rios Computer Science Magnet Elementary School
  • Vista Grande Elementary School

Other schools

  • Empower Academy
  • Cajon Valley Home School
  • Sevick School

School Board


There are five elected members on the Cajon Valley Union School Board:

  • Jo Alegria
  • Jill Barto
  • Karen Clark-Mejia
  • James P. Miller
  • Tamara Otero


  1. ^ a b "Boundaries Archived 2012-02-20 at the Wayback Machine." Cajon Valley Union School District. Retrieved on November 14, 2012.

External links

  • Cajon Valley Union School District

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