Bassett Unified School District will host the second annual Celebrating Bassett showcase, highlighting 2018-2019 student achievement, programs, enrichment opportunities, dual enrollment, the District’s recently launched Digital Learning Initiative and so much more!
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Two dozen Torch and Edgewood students were enrolled in 3-2-1 Blast Off! – the second year that Bassett Unified has partnered with Citrus College to teach sixth-graders the basics of rocket science. The program concluded in March with presentations and an awards ceremony!
Hello, Bassett Unified family and welcome to our Superintendent video update for March! As spring unfolds, we enjoy watching our students demonstrate their skills and talents both in the classroom and across the region.
Torch Middle School sixth-grader Andrea Karr Kamatoy sat down at her desk, unaware that she was about to travel across the world to the Archaeological Museum of Corinth, Greece.
Teachers across Bassett Unified are integrating Microsoft Innovative Education tools in their classrooms, part of the District’s rollout of a four-year Digital Learning Initiative that will put new tech tools in the hands of all students.
Important Torch lockdown information from Principal Murray.
Torch Middle School and Edgewood Academy students will present professional posters showcasing the results of their rocketry projects during Citrus College’s 3-1-2 Blast Off! Symposium.
List of winners and a PowerPoint of their work inside...
Six Bassett Unified students who won top spots in their campus and District Spelling Bee contests will compete against the county’s best spellers in the Los Angeles County Scripps Regional Spelling Bee, hosted by the Parents Association of North Hollywood. The students will include Van Wig Elementary School fourth-grader Chelsea Xu, Don Julian fifth-grader Pedro Rojas, Torch Seventh-grader Stephanie Galvez, Edgewood sixth-grader John Barreto, Van Wig third-grader Alesha Shafeeq and Sunkist fourth-grader Edison Lee.