Bassett USD campuses will remain physically closed for the remainder of the academic school year.

Student, staff and family safety is our number one priority. State health officials have made it clear that the safest place to be is home during the COVID-19 pandemic. With that in mind, Bassett USD campuses will remain physically closed for the remainder of the academic school year. This decision aligns with the recommendation from the California Department of Education and the Los Angeles County Office of Education.

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Bassett USD campuses will remain physically closed for the remainder of the academic school year.

Student, staff and family safety is our number one priority. State health officials have made it clear that the safest place to be is home during the COVID-19 pandemic. With that in mind, Bassett USD campuses will remain physically closed for the remainder of the academic school year. This decision aligns with the recommendation from the California Department of Education and the Los Angeles County Office of Education.
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School Opening Pushed back to May 4, 2020

Following the guidelines set forth by Governor Gavin Newsom and the Department of Education and Los Angeles County Office of Education, Bassett Unified will resume classes May 4, 2020 at the earliest. More news and updates will be coming soon to the website.
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Drive through Meal Service Starts March 16

BUSD is offering free meals to all children 18 and younger. No paperwork required. Children must be present Meals will be consumed offsite. Pick-up available at Sunkist, Van Wig, Don Julian, Torch and Edgewood.
COVID-19 Infosheet

COVID-19 Update and Resources

The health and welfare of our students, families, employees and community is one of the Bassett Unified School District’s highest priorities. We want to share with you the latest information regarding the coronavirus/COVID-19 in a continued effort to keep our schools safe. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has cautioned that the coronavirus/COVID-19 may likely spread to communities in the United States. Since the onset of the virus, Bassett Unified School District has taken proactive measures.
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BUSD Students Shine at Scripps Spelling Bee

This past Saturday, five of Bassett Unified School District students competed in The Los Angeles County Regional Scripps Spelling Bee 2020. They all had an opportunity to represent their schools and the district in Washington D.C. for the upcoming National Scripps Spelling Bee on May 24-29th.
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National Nutrition Month, week 2

Planning your meals each week involves choosing healthful recipes. Ensure you’re properly following each step by brushing up on culinary lingo!