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Principal's Message

Dear Parents, Families and Friends,

Thank you for visiting our school's web page. The staff members of
Diamond Valley Middle School are energized and deeply committed to making a
positive difference in the lives of your children. We will accomplish this
by setting high expectations for all children and providing supportive
systems to assure they are met. By addressing school culture, setting high
standards for teacher performance, increase academic expectations for all
students and engaging the community, it is our goal at Diamond Valley
Middle School that all students are college or career ready as they
transition to high school and meeting the challenges of the 21st Century.

I am pleased to share some of the exciting and outstanding programs at
Diamond Valley Middle School. Diamond Valley offers a variety of academic
offerings including AVID, Honors program, Leadership. Performing Arts, and
a variety of other elective course choices. In addition, the school will
offer intervention programs and a full continuum of specialized academic
instruction placements. Students will also have opportunities to become
involved with the school and greater community through after school clubs
and athletic programs.

We embrace the challenges of the future while we continue to cherish and
celebrate the traditions of the past. Our remarkable staff, involved
parents and committed students come together to make Diamond Valley Middle
School a wonderful and unique place that is quickly becoming the GEM of
the Valley . We hope that your visit to website will give you a quick
snapshot of life at our school. Please explore our links to find out more
about curriculum, programs, and daily events at Diamond Valley Middle
School. If you would like to contact me, my email address is You can also reach me by phone 951-925-2899.

I am looking forward to working with you and your student as we work
toward an academically successful school year.


Robert Dominguez