Clovis Unified heads Back to School

Clovis, Calif. Clovis Unified Administrators said after students are settled into classrooms there could be a few more pupils than expected. "We anticipated that planning for no growth we will get a few hundred new students in our district," said Kelly Avants with Clovis Unified.

Some of those students will have cyber classrooms and will be logging in to a new online school for the first time this year. "Everything from a professional motocross student … to students for whatever reason did not engage well with comprehensive high schools," said Avants.

This year Dr. David Cash will lead the district as Clovis Unified's new superintendant. In order to bond as a team, Clovis Unified educators attended a pep rally last week to kick off what they said will be a productive year. "Allows us as a team to get together and get excited so when the kids get here on Monday they see an excited enthusiastic group of people ready to serve their needs," said Avants.

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