Group shot of Ms. Sullivan with her class, holding her award.
The CLE Educator of the Year award is given annually to California educators who exemplify educational excellence! HUSD is proud to celebrate Ms. Sullivan for this significant achievement.
animated photo of McSweeny logo and 4 office staff.
McSweeny Elementary School proudly recognizes the McSweeny Office Staff as this week's HUSD Staff Spotlight!
Animated photo that included the Mustang logo and a photo of a smiling shaun in her office.
West Valley High School proudly recognizes, Shaun Gudmundson, Office Manager, as this week's HUSD Staff Spotlight.
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Dr. Jennifer Martin and Principal Kim Romeril present at the California Center for School Climate’s Annual Conference
Photo is of all 6 winners, Dr. Kristi Watson, Lorelai Juarez, Montserrat Avelar Roldan, Esmerlada Chavez, Yeny Vargas and Stephanie Martinez
The Bilingual Educators Succeeding Together (BEST) Committee recently announced the 2022-2023 Winners for the BEST Awards. HUSD is proud to boast 6 winners.
Picture is of M & O Team standing on a mountain of snow with shovels.
The Hemet Unified Maintenance & Operations Department (M&O) has been hard at work cleaning up school sites after several storms that our area over the past couple of months.
Photo is of 3 HUSD Bus's up in the mountains in several feet of snow and students loading the busses.
Hemet Unified Bus Drivers recently helped rescue 600 students from the Irvine Unified School District after they were stranded at outdoor education camps in the San Bernardino Mountains during a snowstorm.
Photo of Ms. Bromley wearing a royal blue shirt with quote next to her photo: "It really comes down to engagement...[But] They have to have some grit. Science is a great avenue to do that."
Hemet Elementary Teacher, Mekel Bromley, recently participated in a student-based case study sponsored by Carolina K-8 Curriculum. The case study focused on the literacy of students and highlighted a technique used by Ms. Bromley that utilizes science learning in order to better learn literacy.
AOI student working on his soda can project for STEAM days.
Every Wednesday at the Academy of Innovation, middle school students take part in STEAM days. These activities are meant to provide hands-on learning to students regarding aspects of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.
Animated photo of the little lake logo that moves into a photo of Ms. Christie standing in front of little lake school.
Little Lake Elementary proudly recognizes Shannon Christie, 5th Grade Teacher, as this week's HUSD Staff Spotlight.