Bassett High senior Samuel Muela credits his strong academic foundational skills to when he first attended a Bassett Unified early child development center at four months old.
More than 700 southern California educators took a peek at virtual reality headsets, hovering drones and bee coding robots during San Gabriel Valley’s Computer-Using Educators (CUE) conference on Oct. 14 hosted at Bassett High School.
When Alexus Rodriguez finished fourth grade at Sunkist Elementary in June 2012, instead of spending her summer swimming in the river during family camping trips, she launched into a full-scale battle against stage four Burkitt’s lymphoma.
Bassett Unified School District will host one of Southern California’s largest education technology conferences, giving educators from preschool through college access to the latest tools, technologies and teaching practices to innovate classrooms and schools.
Bassett Unified School District provides free breakfast and lunch to more than 3,600 students as part of a federal nutrition program designed to improve student performance.
Don Julian Elementary fifth-grader Chelsea Rico joined her classmates in waving flags, shaking pompons and shouting college chants through tiny megaphones during the school’s annual College Colors Day Parade on Aug. 31.