upcoming events

District Initiatives
  • LCAP Survey 2017

    LCAP Flyer (English and Spanish)LCAP Survey 2017On July 1, 2015, the JUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) was approved.  The LCAP is required to be revised annually and we are currently in th...

  • 2016-2017 Board Approved LCAP

    ​​2016-2017 LCAP is available for review here​.To leave feedback and comments click here​LCAP 2016-2017 está disponible aquí​​​​.Comparta sus comentarios y retroalimentación oprima aquí​.​

  • Safe Learning Zones

    ​Resolution No. 2017/53, Resolution of the Board of Education to Make the District and All Campuses Safe Learning Zones for All Students, Families, and Staff, was adopted by the Board on March 13, 201...

  • Digital Gateway

    Jurupa Unified has launched a Digital Gateway initiative, meaning the district will equip each student in grades 2-12 with a Chromebook to take to and from school. Each Chromebook will be moni...

  • District Solar Generation

    Jurupa Unified School District believes in and practices environmental integrity. Thanks to the community's support many of our school sites are supplied with solar generators that both minimize our ...

  • Measure EE

    Learn more about upgrades to classrooms, facilities and technology here​.

Welcome to Mission Bell Elementary

Mission Bell Knows No Limits!​
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Principal's Message

​Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year. I am excited to begin my second year as principal at Mission Bell. We have several new programs or initiatives starting this year which will help to prepare our students to be successful and prepared for their future. All students in grades 2-6 will be issued their very own Chrome Book for use at school and home. Chrome Books will increase student engagement and productivity through personalized learning and equal access to technology. AVID Elementary and our Parent University program are two other initiatives beginning implementation this year. We look forward to all three of these programs to increase student engagement and parent involvement making Mission Bell the best it can be. I look forward to working with you for the betterment of your childr...

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About Us

 ​A little bit of Mission Bell history... ​​​​In 1886, Pleasant Valley School was constructed in an area located off of Highway 60 near Etiwanda Avenue.  Pleasant Valley School, later named Pumpkin Patch School, was renamed Union Joint School.  In 1958, the 8-room Union Joint School was condemned  and replaced in 1959 by Mission Bell Elementary School, located on Conning St.The bell from the old Union Joint School was moved to Mission Bell where it still exists today as a historical marker.Today, the staff of Mission Bell Elementary School, together with the community, continues to aim to provide an academically rigorous education for our students, while creating a climate that reinforces our awareness and appreciation of their heritage, their culture and their individual self-worth.Missio...

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Latest News

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27 Jul2016

​Welcome

by Joan Lauritzen

​Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year. We are looking forward to an amazing year. We are excited to establish our first "Parent University" program. The Parent University...

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27 Jul2016

AVID at Mission Bell

by Joan Lauritzen

​Mission Bell is excited to begin its AVID Elementary journey. AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success...