News & Announcements
Bassett Unified Students Discover Future Professions Through Career Pathway Showcases
Bassett Unified eighth-grade students slathered their hands with hand sanitizer before placing them inside a cardboard box. The students then peeked inside the box from an opening on the top and saw a special light illuminating the lingering germs on their palms and under their fingernails.
Torch Middle Eighth-Graders Make Commitment to Higher Education During College Signing Day
Torch Middle School eighth-grader Emerson Melendez relies on a network of social workers for support since he grew up in the foster care system. Their professionalism and empathy inspired Melendez to become a social worker as well.
Bassett Unified Students Receive Principal for A Day Scholarships
A trio of Bassett Unified students received scholarships for overcoming challenges in their education and showing strong community leadership as part of Principal for A Day, in which San Gabriel Valley community members and educators became principals at each of Bassett Unified’s schools.
Bassett High Health Academy Seniors Recognized during Kaiser Graduation Ceremony
Bassett High senior Huong Nguyen was awarded a $1,000 scholarship during Kaiser Permanente Health Academy’s Recognition Ceremony – an achievement she credits to the support of Linda Howard, the program’s 15-year coordinator.
Bassett Unified Names 2017-18 Teachers, Classified Employees of the Year
A Bassett Unified elementary school teacher who inspires her students to reach for their potential and a data analyst who innovated the District’s student information system have been honored for their dedication to education and empowerment.
Nueva Vista Students Dress for Success During Career Week Mock Job Interviews
Nueva Vista High School junior Sal Reyes clutched his resume and cover letter in his hands before going into a mock interview, mentally reviewing the advice he learned from his teachers: be confident, establish eye contact and speak in a clear voice.