Bassett Unified parents learned how to strengthen their relationship with their children through weekly workshops that taught parenting skills and behaviors to implement at home, including how to handle tantrums and the importance of hugging their children.
Gripping pig hearts as large as their heads, nearly 30 students from third to eighth grade in groups of four excitedly snipped and peeled back a flap of the heart to expose an inner chamber of muscle fibers and tissue – one of many educational hands-on activities provided through Edgewood Academy’s Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program.
Don Julian Elementary School was named a Title I Academic Achieving School on Tuesday by the California Department of Education, a recognition of its success in meeting the educational needs of students living at or below poverty level.
Five Bassett High students, portraying victims of a vehicle collision, sat stunned or lay unconscious in a pair of battered cars on April 19 as part of a program designed to bring home the real consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or driving while distracted. More than 500 juniors and seniors watched the “Every 15 Minutes” program unfold from the sidewalks on April 19 – just 10 days before prom