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Welcome to our school! We believe that parent participation is key to student success; our new website is designed to provide parents with all the information they need to be active participants in their student’s education. You will find that the site works just as well on mobile devices as it does on a desktop so you can find information on the go.
 

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Bear Valley Unified School District App

Remember to sign up for the Bear Valley Unified School District App for the latest and greatest updates from our school and the Bear Valley District Office. You can download it at the Apple Store or the Google Play Store. Go to settings and select whichever schools you would like messages.

AB 2022: Wellness and Mental Health Resources and National Hotline

According to the National Association of School Psychologists, "Mentally healthy children are more successful in school and life. Good mental health is critical to children’s success in school and life. Research demonstrates that students who receive social–emotional and mental health support achieve better academically. School climate, classroom behavior, on-task learning, and students’ sense of connectedness and well-being all improve as well. Mental health is not simply the absence of mental illness but also encompasses social, emotional, and behavioral health and the ability to cope with life’s challenges. Left unmet, mental health problems are linked to costly negative outcomes such as academic and behavior problems, dropping out, and delinquency." In accordance with AB 2022, Pupil mental health services: school notification, the Bear Valley Unified School District wants to ensure that parents, guardians, and students are informed about resources available for anyone who believes they are in a mental health crisis. We encourage parents/guardians and student to talk with any adult in the school district if they are concerned about another student and possible mental health needs. Take all threats of suicide seriously. National Resources National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 800-273-8255 Crisis Textline by texting TALK to 74171 CALL 9-1-1 Community Resources Lutheran Social Services - 909-866-5070 41945 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 By appointment School based and clinic mental health assessments and services. Psychiatrist on staff for children 13 years of age and older; medication management. Desert Mountain Children's Center, Big Bear Office - 909-866-2165 42007 Fox Farm Road, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 By appointment School based and clinic mental health assessments and services. SELPA mental health services for children with Individual Education Plans at school. Bear Valley Community Healthcare District-Clinic and Resource Center - 909-878-8246 41820 Garstin Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 Mental health services provided at the Clinic in person or via telemedicine. Big Bear Center for Change, Substance Abuse Treatment Services - 909-878-0101 41945 Big Bear Boulevard, Suite 208, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 Alcohol and substance abuse outpatient treatment services for adolescents and adults. Big Bear Mental Health Alliance Hotline - 866-729-9633 anytime 41945 Big Bear Blvd., Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 Crisis Walk-In Center - 909-421-9495 850 E. Foothill Boulevard, Rialto, CA 92376 Monday-Friday 8:00 am-10:00 pm Saturdays 8:00 am-5:00 pm Free mental health counseling services for all ages on a walk-in basis. Services are free. Crisis Walk-In Center, Valley Star Behavioral Health - 760-245-8837 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) 12240 Hesperia Road, Victorville, CA 92395 Free mental health counseling services for all ages on a walk-in basis. Services are free. Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Hotline - 909-580-1000 400 North Pepper Ave., Colton, CA Provides psychiatric emergency and inpatient psychiatric treatment services for the assessment and treatment of acute psychiatric emergencies and mental health issues. County Resources San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health - 909-386-8252 School District Resources Bear Valley Unified School District - (909) 866-4631 The district serves its students through a community referral system to mental health providers. The district has on staff full-time two (2) school psychologists and a registered nurse. For more information about school district mental health resources, please contact the district as follows: Grades 6-12: Robert Rodriguez, School District Psychologist - 909-585-2521 ext. 6230 Grades TK-5: Cynthia Britt, School District Psychologist - 909-585-2521 ext. 6225
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District App

Remember to sign up for the Bear Valley Unified School District App for the latest and greatest updates from our school and the Bear Valley District Office. You can download it at the Apple Store or the Google Play Store. Go to settings and select whichever schools you would like messages.

Online Registration for Fall 2020-2021 school year

BBHS will have a registration kiosk available in the Counseling office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00am-12:00pm for those who do not have internet access or need assistance with the online registration process. Please feel free to email Kayla Martinez (Counselors' Secretary / Registrar) if you have any questions. Kayla_martinez@bearvalleyusd.org

AB 2022: Wellness and Mental Health Resources and National Hotline

According to the National Association of School Psychologists, "Mentally healthy children are more successful in school and life. Good mental health is critical to children’s success in school and life. Research demonstrates that students who receive social–emotional and mental health support achieve better academically.

School Stats

  • 1:1 Student Technology Ratio
  • 95% Graduation Rate
  • 5 Distinguished Schools
  • 21:1 TK-3 Class Size
  • 96% Attendance Rate
  • 100% Standard Align Materials

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Mission Statement

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Chautauqua High School strives to meet student's academic, personal, and societal needs within a safe, structured environment.
All students are challenged to accept responsibility for their actions, develop a tolerant and respectful attitude toward others, and make maximum academic progress in reading, writing, and mathematics.
Graduates will possess knowledge about future vocational and educational possibilities, and can become responsible, informed citizens.