Date: 4/20/2019, 7 AM – 12 PM
Date: 4/20/2019, 6 PM – 11 PM
Location: Pechanga Resort & Casino, 45000 Pechanga Pkwy, Temecula, CA 92592, USA
Date: 4/22/2019, 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM
Date: 4/22/2019, 3 PM – 6 PM
Location: Baseball fields
Date: 4/22/2019, 3 PM – 6 PM
Location: softball fields
With a week to create a design submission, Nicole worked around the clock to artistically represent California by graphic design.
Hamilton Preschool eleven year veteran teacher Sue Mrsny is Faculty Focus Friday! Sue arrives to work with an eagerness to enrich the knowledge of students to be kindergarten ready. The preschool program will miss Sue’s dedication, critical approaches, love of learning, and passion for children and families. Best of luck to you Sue in your new adventures with retirement and thank you for the positive impact you have had on our students.
Rebecca Rebuck is Faculty Focus Friday from Hemet Elementary School! Rebecca is the health tech in a busy and supportive health office. She is known for her positive disposition and goes out of her way to ensure students feel safe, supported and loved. Rebecca works tirelessly to support all school stakeholders with resources and makes a difference in the lives of students daily. Thank you, Rebecca, for your premier work at Hemet Unified School District!
The Chalk Talk is Hemet Unified School District's Newsletter and gives highlights of events, awards, and upcoming event announcements.
Mr. Roberts is a tremendous asset to the Rancho Viejo and Hemet Unified Family! Students and staff both appreciate his positive demeanor and willingness to give students every opportunity to WIN THE DAY!
Marumori, Japan Exchange Student Chaperones visit the District Office for breakfast with leadership. Thank you to all the Hemet families, community members, and district employees who help celebrate with Dartmouth Middle School and welcomed our exchange students and chaperones from Hemet's sister city, Marumori, Japan.
ASB Clerk Joi Burden shows continual dedication to creating and maintaining a positive school culture. She volunteers countless hours, and you can find her helping at every event. Joi is a positive role model for students and staff, and Tahquitz is grateful to Joi for her continued efforts to brighten the campus. Thank you, Joi!
Cindy has a huge heart for students and a real drive to help them improve in all areas of life. Her impact is evident in the time she spends coordinating PLUS, working with students to build positive relationships, and fostering kindness. Whether she is supporting the kindergarten class, developing students in physical education, participating in our Tier 2 processes, or orchestrating PLUS activities, she has a direct impact on the positive growth in our school culture. Thank you for being an AWESOME contributor to the Cottonwood Cougar Family! #Husdpremier #KindnessHUSD
This survey gives you the opportunity to share your opinions about the efforts of our schools to promote academic success and well-being for all students. Esta encuesta le brinda la oportunidad de compartir sus opiniones sobre los esfuerzos de nuestras escuelas para promover el éxito académico y el bienestar para todos los alumnos.
West Valley High school students go to McSweeny and Harmony Elementary schools to be positive role models, help prevent bullying on campus, and encourage acts of kindness.