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Mission Statement
Yucca Valley High School is dedicated to maintaining a culture of academic achievement that values diversity, civic responsibility, and the individual needs of our students in the safest and most supportive educational environment.
 
We will actively engage our students in continuous assessment, ongoing interventions and support, and a rigorous curriculum balanced with a comprehensive co-curricular and extra-curricular program. We will strive to produce graduates who possess the skills necessary to be productive, adaptive, and valuable American citizens.
 
Fight On Trojans! 
School-Wide Learner Outcomes (SWLOs)
Yucca Valley High School Learners exhibit P.R.I.D.E. in their learning
 
Proficient in Academics and/or Career Skills -- Demonstrate ongoing growth in proficiency in CCSS including the use of technology. (*Measured by SBAC data, benchmark data, and grades).
Respect -- Demonstrates positive personal qualities, work habits, and attitudes. (*Measured by: discipline data, intervention data, and assessment of school culture).
Independent Learners -- Demonstrate ownership and responsibility for individual roles in the learning process. (*Measured by: completion of homework, use of student planner, grade checks, use of student/parent portal, and tutoring).
Develop Problem-Solving Skills -- Demonstrate the ability to identify and implement a range of strategies necessary for solving complex challenges both inside and outside the classroom. (*Measured by: analyzing how effectively school resources are used by students, collaborative and project-based instructional strategies, benchmark, and SBAC data).
Effective Communicators -- Demonstrate the ability to read, write, listen, and speak effectively. (*Measured by: the assessment of Listening and Speaking CCSS standards, classroom instruction, and various after-school activities.
YVHS Vision Statement
Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)
The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a plan of action to improve student academic performance by coordinating all educational services and resources. At Yucca Valley High School, the SPSA is developed one year ahead of it's implementation. Various staff members work on sections of the report, which is then pulled together into the final document. The final document is presented to the District and Board of Education for approval. Please click on the links above to view the Yucca Valley High School SPSA.
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Quick Facts
Office Hours: 6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Main Office Phone: (760) 365-3391
First Day of School: August 27, 2018
Last Day of School: June 12, 2019
 
Principal: Justin Monical -- x3001
Principal's Secretary: Tracey Hunter -- x3002
Assistant Principal: Chris Fore -- x3003
Assistant Principal's Secretary: Anna Tyson -- x3004
Athletic Director: Adam Wright -- x3016
Activities Director: Matt Rauch -- x3021
Athletics & Activities Clerk: Kim Lay -- x3020
 
Counselor (Last Names: A-Hay): Tom Hovey -- x3009
Counselor (Last Names: Hem-Oliva): Michelle MacLean -- x3011
Counselor (Last Names: Olive-Z): Leisa Vallo -- x3010
Counseling Secretary: Happy Kanuch -- x3012
Registrar: Susan Wildman -- x3013
 
Linda Atkinson -- x 3007
Gerri Washington -- x3006 
 
Other Contacts
Cafeteria: Kim Thompson -- x3168
Library: Teresa McClintock -- x3018
Nurse -- x3017
Probation: Joel Camp -- x3108
Psychologist: Randy Berry -- x3170
Campus Safety Coordinator: Destiny Sevigny -- x3019
Transition: Lori Cosgriff -- x317
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7600 Sage Avenue, Yucca Valley, CA 92284
(760) 365-3391 Phone | (760) 365-1845 Fax
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