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  • Don Julian Elementary Named Gold Ribbon School for Inspiring Students to Pursue College

    Don Julian Elementary School has been named a California Gold Ribbon School for promoting a college-going culture over the past five years through the No Excuses University program. “This award speaks to the dedication of our entire staff in preparing our students for colleges and careers,” Principal Martha Arceo said. “We are honored to be recognized for the great work we are doing.”

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  • Learn About Our Schools - Aprenda acerca de nuestras escuelas

    Bassett Unified School District will be opening its doors to the community to showcase our schools during Open House. Come join us to discover the engaging academics and rigorous programs we have to offer! El Distrito Escolar Unificado Bassett abrirá sus puertas a la comunidad parate uno de nuestros eventos de “Puertas Abiertas”. Acom mostrar nuestras escuelas duranpañenos para descubrir los atractivos y rigurosos programas que nuestras escuelas tienen para ofrecer.

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  • BHS Senior Inspired to Pursue Career in Arts

    As Bassett High School senior Ailsa Thai wraps up a prestigious scholarship program at Ryman Arts, she has not only sharpened her skills – she has made a life-changing discovery: Artists don’t have to suffer for their work. “There’s a view that artists have to starve to death, but that’s just not true anymore,” Thai, 18, said. “Something I have learned through Ryman Arts is that it’s possible to have a successful career as an artist.”

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  •  Health Academy Scholarship

    BHS Senior Wins $400 Scholarship for Health Academy Achievements

    Bassett High School senior Eric Marquez credits teachers at the school’s Health Academy for helping him discover a deep desire to care for people – inspiration that not only led him to a possible career, but also landed him one of 14 $400 scholarships from the Principal for a Day program.

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