Clue Me In A competition where 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teams from each school answer questions on select book in a quiz show format.
Young Authors Students submit poems and short stories to be judged. Winners’ selections are bound and made into “real” books and displayed in the library.
Field Day In the spring, students compete in a variety of outdoor events.
JC Computer Club Almost all year, our students meet twice a week to utilize our online course management system to enrich their ELA studies, while also enjoying a widely popular MMORPG game as a reward for their extra academic work!
Journalism Club Selected students work on investigating, writing, and interviewing skills in order to produce a student generated newspaper that is shared with the entire student body on a monthly basis.
Gardening Club Students will work on learning the fundamentals of gardening from Mrs. Johnston, taking care of different planters on campus where they will plant and grow flowers.
Festival of the Arts A yearly event held in spring, cleebrating the talent of Hesperia Unified students and staff. Artwork is displayed and students perform in the areas of music, theater, and dance.
Drama Club An after school club that puts on the schools Christmas play.
Awards Assemblies At the end of each trimester teachers provide awards in their classrooms to celebrate our students’ accomplishments.
Response to Instruction/Intervention Instructional teams consisting of classroom teachers, instructional assistants and special education staff work with our students with the goal of bringing every student to grade level in reading and math.
Student Council Representatives from grades 4-6 meet weekly after school to plan events and fundraisers for the school.
After School Education Services (LEAP) LEAP is a program that has been designed to offer our students a safe place to go after school, get extra help in reading and math, and assistance with homework. This program is put on by the Hesperia Unified School District. This program runs daily from after school through 6:00pm. This program is free. Registration forms are available in the office.
FLAIR FLAIR is an after school program that takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at certain times throughout the year. This program gives English language learners in grades two through six to receive additional help with the mastery of the standards.
Student Study Teams (SSTs) The goal of the Student Study Team is to meet together as staff and parents to discuss a child’s progress in school. Teachers or parents may ask for a meeting anytime they are concerned about a student. The team discusses strategies and approaches to better help the student. If at anytime you are concerned about your student’s progress in school, please discuss it with the teacher and ask for a SST meeting.
Speech Therapy The speech therapy program is designed to identify and assist students with speech problems. Children suspected of having a problem are referred to the speech therapist for evaluation through the SST process. If a problem is identified, the child will be placed on the speech therapist’s schedule.