Bassett Unified School District is inviting parents, students and the community to attend Open House events through Thursday, May 19, showcasing the engaging academics and programs at each of its schools. Schools will feature campus tours of their newly renovated and modernized classrooms, presentations on student and staff achievements, and meet and greets with school staff and administrators. Bassett High’s showcase will include an alumni and parent panel discussion on the school’s academics and programs.
Don Julian outgoing fifth-grader Cassandra Sam blended and shaped clay into the hues and textures of her favorite animal, a penguin, during an after-school art program. The program ran on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school year for students in grades two through five. Students learned about famous artists’ techniques and works from different time periods to create personal art using the same medium and style.
Bassett Unified will provide technology devices to students in transitional kindergarten through grade 12 and connect Bassett families to low-cost home internet service as part of the District’s Digital Learning Initiative (DLI), a four-year rollout that starts in August. The DLI continues the District commitment to providing students access to relevant, modern technology for educational purposes.
Bassett High senior Huong Nguyen celebrated with her peers at the Kaiser Permanente Health Academy’s Recognition Ceremony, where she was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Nguyen was one of more than 30 students recognized for completing the three-year program.