Dear High School Students and Families:
On behalf of the Hemet District Family, we thank you for your continued patience as we work to find creative and innovative solutions and strategies to support our students’ educational journey. We recognize this is an extremely uncertain time. We especially recognize the impact school closures are having on our students and families. As information continues to develop regarding school closures, we will work to keep you updated. We continue to receive additional guidance from local, state, and federal sources. We know we will get through this together.
Things are changing quickly but here are a couple of updates:
Graduation/End of Year Activities:
At this time, we do not have an update on end-of-year senior activities. One thing is certain, it is not a question of if we are going to celebrate your commencement from high school but how and when.
There are many questions that you might have regarding graduation requirements, credits, and grades. We are continuing to work with the county, state, and federal officials to receive guidance. We will keep you updated as we gather more information.
Summer School Applications:
Any HUSD Summer School application can be dropped off at any HUSD’s Meal Distribution location. Click on the application, to access PDF versions of summer school applications.
CollegeBoard has canceled makeup exams for the March 28 administration. College Board has also canceled the May 2 administration. Please contact College Board for refunds.
ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the United States. All students registered for the April 4 test date will receive an email from ACT in the next few days informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date.
Traditional face-to-face exam administrations will not take place, instead, students will take exams at home, online. The AP Program is developing resources to help schools support student learning during extended closures. An exam schedule will be available on April 3. Portfolio deadlines have been extended to May 26. We are currently planning on how to support AP students, please continue to check your school email for updates.
MSJC Dual Enrollment:
At this time no assignments will be required for face-to-face classes through April 6. As we approach April 6, we will provide you with an update.
If you need a work permit, please complete the following steps below:
Step 1) Click on the Work Permit. It will automatically create a copy for you. After getting the appropriate signatures (student, parent/guardian, and potential employer) you will need to upload the application into the survey that is linked below.
Step 2) Complete the survey and upload the completed application. A scan or photo of the permit may be uploaded. You will receive your completed work permit within 48 hours. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are proud of the resilience of our high school seniors. We would love to highlight the plans of our senior students after high school and bring a much needed sense of celebration to our community. Please complete this survey and tag your social media posts with #Classof2020Hemettogether. Follow and like our @husdschoolcounseling page to help celebrate your peers.
Please rest assured that our HUSD leadership team, alongside our dedicated staff, are working around the clock to ensure that we are taking care of our students and community.
Continue to check these websites for the latest update:
Update from Hemet USD
Update for SATs
Updates for ACTs
Update for AP Exams
Update from MSJC