8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Character Traits Finale 8:30am
8:15 AM 5th Grade Promotion
8:00 AM - 12:30 PM Last Day of School- Minimum Day
8:15 AM KINDERGARTEN PROMOTION
Five-year-old Isaac Flores, a Sunkist Elementary School kindergartener, pressed a green “GO” button on a yellow bee robot (Beebot) and watched with classmates as it navigated a paper maze based on step-by-step commands each student programmed into the bot.
Torch Middle School sixth-graders Monica Gomez and Emma Beas took turns flipping the pages of Dr. Seuss’ In a People House in front of a Sunkist Elementary fourth-grade classroom, reading aloud and sharing images of the story to their youngest peers.
Bassett Unified fourth-graders are receiving individualized instruction and immersion in computer programs focused on math, thanks to an intervention program that helps students gain the skills needed to meet or exceed California Standards on state tests.
Nueva Vista senior Joshua Almeida completed a series of digital citizenship classes that teach students to be safe and responsible on digital platforms, and was inspired to write a skit on the consequences of cyberbullying to perform in front of Edgewood Academy students.
Students from Bassett Unified’s Edgewood Academy and Sunkist Elementary explored an abundance of art-based activities on Oct. 30 during the third annual Festival of the Arts hosted by the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) of the East San Gabriel Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA).
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.