3211 South Main Street
Corona, CA 92882
Attendance - 951-736-4616
The Corona-Norco Unified School District is located approximately 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles in western Riverside County. We have currently thirty-one elementary schools, one K-8 school, eight intermediate/middle schools, five comprehensive high schools, a middle college high school and three alternative schools. We have an enrollment of over 52,000 students. We are the largest school district in Riverside County and the tenth largest district in California and have been providing quality education to the students of the Corona and Norco area for over 120 years.
Citrus Hills is one of eight Intermediate Schools in the district. We welcome you to our website.
We have a new school hotline number that you can leave a message on to get help for yourself or someone else concerning date abuse, eating disorders, suicide, drugs, racial tensions, or school violence; just call
739-5998 and the information will be strictly confidential. If this an emergency, please don't leave a message, just call 911.
HOW DO WE SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS?
In the EdSource Study titled, "Gaining Ground in the MIddle Grades: Why Some Schools Do Better," they found that high achieving schools "extensive use of multiple early academic intervention, collaboration between subject-area and intervention teachers, required intervention strategies, and voluntary academic support correlated with higher student achievement" (2010, pgs. 1-2). Citrus Hills Intermediate School is committed to providing a strong educational program which will ensure student success in achieving their college and career goals.
We continue to offer a variety of structures to support our students. To foster better communication and support for our students we have organized our school into 8 general education interdisciplinary teams (4 per grade level). Each team is comprised of a Language Arts, Math, History, & Science teacher who share a common group of students. At a basic level, teams utilize their common planning time to plan and coordinate team activities (e.g., homework, tests, schedules, special projects), intergrate curriculum, and monitor student success.
Lunch Academy is a mandatory academic assistance program assigned to students who demonistrate a consistent inabailty, or unwillingness to complete assigned class and home work. Students who are assigned Lunch Academy report to the designated classroom for the first 20 minutes of lunch to complete missing work.
After-school study hall is available every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour. A teacher will be present to assist students with questions regarding their homework. Attendance can be voluntary and in some cases involuntary.
The Subject Area Intervention Classes will take place through the year during our Acadmeic Support Core class for students who haven't demonstrated mastery of key concepts yet. Teachers will identify students knowledge of the key concepts and standards taught throughout the year in each of the four core subject areas using common formative assessments (DFAs). Based on the results of these CFAs, targeted intervention will be provided for students in need of the additional time and support.
Academic Saturday School provides our students with four hours of additional item to catch up on mssing assignments. This opportunity is available on most Saturdays and can be assigned to students by their parents, teachers, and/or administration.
With your support, and the continued dedciation and hard work of the Citrus Hills' students, teachers, and staff, we will continue to meet the needs of all our students and better prepare them for success after Citrus Hillls. We are committed to ensuring the success of every student at Citrus Hills by providing them with the time and opportunity to be successful. We are excited to offer these services to help our students achieve to their highest potential.
Thank you for your continued encouragement and support as we strive to meet the needs of all our students.