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Hesperia Unified School District
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Hesperia, CA 92345 Hesperia Unified School District is a school district in San Bernardino County, California.
Hesperia Unified School District serves the City of Hesperia and adjacent areas in the High Desert of San Bernardino County and covers 161 square miles. The Hesperia Unified School District provides public education services for kindergarten through senior high school students. It includes 3 comprehensive high schools, 2 continuation high schools, 3 middle schools, 12 elementary schools, 3 choice
Operating as usual
Sultana High School football hosted Burroughs at the SHS homecoming game. The Sultans dominated 47-0 and the halftime performances and floats were amazing! Awesome work SHS!
Hesperia High School football team hosted Apple Valley High. The Scorpions completed an amazing come from behind 2nd half rally and stung the Sun Devils 15-14. Way to go Scorpions!
HUSD's 15th Annual Band Spectacular is coming Tuesday, October 24, 2023.
A big milestone was achieved by one of our Oak Hills athletes. Keonahi'ilani Solaita reached her one thousandth volleyball kill/score on October 3rd versus Serrano High School leading her team to the 2023 Volleyball MRL Championship. Congratulations to Keonahi'ilani on the monumental achievement and to the whole team for their accomplishments. Way to go Bulldogs!
Today’s is at Hesperia High School. We are in Miss Campbell’s art class. This program helps scorpion artists explore and refine their artistic skills and compete in contests. Recent accomplishments within HHS art include 5 students being best in show at the 2023 San Bernardino County Fair, 3 students placed on the 2023 Congressional Art competition and their artwork hangs in either the capital building in Washington DC or in one of Congressman Obernolte’s offices and Scorpion artists have won the Advance Disposal Art contest 10 out of the last 11 years! Today students did a peer reflect on artwork and the ability to express emotion through art. Great job HHS students!
Our is at Cedar Middle School for their eSports elective class. This is the 3rd year Miss Powell has taught the class. The curriculum includes coding, digital literacy STEM, game design, and of course eSport gaming. The program collaborates and feeds into Oak Hills High School's eSports program. Today Miss Powell's class was split into 2 groups. One practicing for their next eSports match on Wednesday and the other half was working on a coding project. eSports programs now offer millions of dollars in scholarships that students can apply for and the gaming and game design fields are booming areas with a lot of career opportunities. Good luck on Wednesday eSports Spartans!
Here at HUSD we want to be a hub for the community to be able to get together and have a good time. We have so many exciting free Fall Festivals coming up at our schools and wanted to share them with you. We hope to see you there! https://5il.co/266bp
HUSD would like to make the community aware that a nationwide emergency alert test is happening on Wednesday, October 4 at 11:20 AM. A message will be sent to cell phones, TVs, and radio.
Hey students, do you want a chance at winning $1,000? If so, the Elk's Lodge Americanism Essay Contest could be your ticket! Any 5th-8th grader can submit a 300 word or less essay on "What the Bill of Rights means to me" by 12/14/23, with a completed cover sheet (see attached), for a chance to win. National winners can win up to $1,000! And there are also cash prizes and a free award ceremony dinner for local winners as well! Here is one of last year's local winners, RMS student Kealoha Soto. Elementary students should talk to their teacher and secondary students should talk to their English or History teacher for more information. If you like the Bill of Rights and winning money it's time to get typing! Good Luck!
Today's has us at Cedar Middle School in Ms. Gonzalez' Spanish class. CMS is one of the few Middle Schools in the County that offer Spanish for students. The program is designed in collaboration with Oak Hills High School's Spanish program. Ms. Gonzalez works with her amazing estudiantes to prepare them for Spanish classes at the High School and college and/or to get a leg up on the competition when going into the workforce.
Congratulations to the HUSD Employees of the Month for September! Our Teacher of the Month is Spenser Carnes from Ranchero Middle School, and our Classified Employee of the Month is Sultana High School's Administrative Secretary Dede Stats. We appreciate all that you do for our District!
It was a great day at the High Desert Employment and Education Resource Fair which was held today 9/28/23 at The Mall of Victor Valley. Over 50 employers were present. Attendees got support and resources from both the Hesperia Unified School District and Hesperia Career and Adult Education booths. It is never too late to continue and/or complete your education!
Attention graduates of the CTE Child Development pathways at Sultana and Oak Hills! Are you ready to launch your career in education? Sign up for one of the FREE Paraeducator Testing Events happening in October. Starting salaries range from $19.13 - $25.06 an hour with full benefits. Work while you finish your degree or just start working in the rewarding field of education.
The Hesperia High School Scorpions squared off against the Oak Hills High School Bulldogs. Fans packed the stands for an amazing game! The Scorpions stung first with an early 3-0 lead. But the Bulldogs barked back and took home the win. Congrats to both teams and the HHS band and cheerleaders from both schools for great halftime shows. Awesome Hesperia community feel at the game tonight!
The San Bernardino County Public Health Department will be hosting a vaccination event at the district office on September 27, 2023. Click the link for more information: https://5il.co/241q2
The lady bulldogs of Oak Hills High School hosted the lady sultans of Sultana High School. SHS won the frosh game, but OHHS won both the JV and Varsity games. The lady bulldog varsity team is currently 6-0 in league play. Kudos to all the ladies on all six teams who played tonight!
takes us to Hesperia High School for the annual HUSD tradition, powder puff flag football! All HUSD High Schools host a powder puff event once a year where the ladies who didn't play on the co-ed tackle football team can show their skills in a flag football 4 team tournament. The Frosh, Soph, Junior and Senior teams all play. This year at HHS the 2025 Juniors walked away with the tournament win! Kudos to all the ladies who played and all the staff and students who helped put the event on.
Today's takes us to Miss Padilla's journalism class, which is a new program at MHS geared towards helping students focus their creative skills and keep students, staff and parents informed about all the amazing things happening at MHS. During today's class, students interviewed other students and even sat down with our very own Assistant Superintendent, Isaac Newman-Gomez. The Coyote Howl newsletter is released in hard copy and digitally on the MHS website. Just another way HUSD is helping students apply learning to the real world.
Don't miss the fun next Saturday!! There will be so many new books for your children to read and so many fun activities!
Today's takes us to Oak Hills and Mrs. Kaufer's Sports Medicine class. In this CTE class, Mrs. Kaufer teaches sports medicine that includes real-world experience as her students are at athletics practices and travel with the teams to treat injured athletes.
While there, students Mia Ramirez and Jacqueline Cantu demonstrated ankle taping for us and showed us the techniques that Mrs. Kaufer had taught them. We were also shown the recovery room where her students use equipment to help injured athletes recover from their injuries. The recovery room includes all kinds of state-of-the-art equipment that students get experience using.
Thank you to Mrs. Kaufer and her students for welcoming us into their classroom.
Today was the first day of the HUSD eSports competitive season. Several schools competed today with Hesperia High & Mojave High walking away with wins. Our hope is that HUSD eSports players take advantage of some of the millions of dollars in college eSports scholarships that are available and possibly a career in the lucrative gaming, or game design fields in the future. Congrats to all of the students and staff coaches who make this program possible! If you would like to know more about this program please call your school's front office or go to www.hesperiausd.org/page/e-sports
the OHHS Bulldogs played the HHS Scorpions in volleyball. HHS won the Frosh & JV games, but OHHS won the Var game. Every game was exciting. Great job ladies!
The 2023 Daily Press Best in the Desert 2023 Community Choice Awards are accepting votes from now until 9/22/23. Several HUSD schools and the district itself are finalists again. If you would like to vote please go to vvdailypress.gannettcontests.com/2023-Best-of-the-Desert-Communitys-Choice-Awards/gallery?group=467343. Please note that this event is not organized or run by the Hesperia Unified School District.
i-Ready Fall Family Webinar
i-Ready Fall Family Webinar We are excited to host our second annual Fall iReady Family Webinar Series. We hope to see you ther...
With the new school year underway and lots of fun and exciting athletic events on the horizon, we at HUSD wanted to remind the community that we are committed to the safety of our students, staff, spectators, and officials and as such wanted to review our athletic event rules.
Today on the Sultana High School Lady Sultans hosted the Lady Scorpions of Hesperia High School in Volleyball. SHS was able to walk away with wins in the Frosh & JV games and HHS won the Varsity game. Every game was super exciting with amazing volleys and digs. Way to go ladies!
Today's takes us to Topaz for the annual Patriot's Day Veterans pancake breakfast. The event honors first responders and veterans and is created, organized, and run by Topaz scholars and staff. Just one of the many Patriot's Day events in the district today.
iReady Fall Family Webinar
iReady Fall Family Webinar We are excited to host our second annual Fall iReady Family Webinar Series. We hope to see you ther...
The San Bernardino County Public Health Department will be hosting a vaccination event at the district office on September 15, 2023. Click the link for more information: https://5il.co/241q3
Today's takes us to Sultana High School's Science Department. SHS believes that hands-on science learning is the best way to learn. Today we saw an example of exactly that in Mrs. Maestas' and Miss Becerra's Integrated 1 Sci class. Students combined chemicals and blew bubbles in the solutions, measured the bubble diameters, graphed the data and made conclusions about what chemicals created the strongest bubble bonds. Science can be fun!
Big shout-out to the HUSD Adult School and the Family Resource Center for having booths at the CAHelp community resource fair which was held at the Desert Mountain SELPA center on Wed 9/6/23. Families that attended were given a whole host of resources and the free kids finger painting and raffles were also a huge hit. Just another example of how HUSD is always going the extra mile to connect and assist the community.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS AND RESOURCES
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS AND RESOURCES Hesperia Unified School District believes that student mental health and well-being are a vital par...
HUSD’s career pathways program has partnered with Silverwood to support the growth of students through hands-on building and construction trade education with emphases on woodworking, automotive, welding, construction, art, and agriculture. The learn-by-doing program offers students internships, externships, and job shadowing with opportunities to pursue future careers at Silverwood and the surrounding communities.
The RFK Foundation invites you to join them for the 5th Annual Ryan Kistner Foundation 5K/10K to help bring awareness to Ewing's Sarcoma! Great raffle prizes! Come join the fun!
Please note that this event is not organized or run by the Hesperia Unified School District.
HUSD and VVTA have partnered together for the 23-24 school year to allow all HUSD students to ride VVTA buses free of charge. Students who present their student IDs will be allowed unlimited free rides on all VVTA buses during all operating hours. This is great news and just another example of how HUSD is partnering with other community resources to better serve our students. https://vvta.org/
The San Bernardino County Public Health Department will be hosting a vaccination event at the district office on August 30, 2023. Click the link for more information: https://5il.co/230lz
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