PLEASE drive safe and remember the eastbound lanes of Cottonwood Avenue continue to be closed between Cawston Ave. and Warren Road due to EMWD construction through the end of February.
Dual Language Immersion Academy is for all students to reach high levels of academic achievement, develop biliteracy and bilingualism, and cultivate cross-cultural competencies needed to succeed in a multicultural society and global economy.
San Jacinto Unified School District is the recipient of the 2017 Western Region Summer Sunshine Award for operating an exemplary summer meals program in the category Reaching Rural, Tribal, and/or Underserved, by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Fourth and fifth grade students, staff and guests gathered in the front lawn at San Jacinto Unified School District’s De Anza Elementary on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, to see the unveiling of a new emblem on the wall near the front entrance, commemorating the school’s namesake during the inaugural San Jacinto Heritage Month of October.
San Jacinto Unified School District held its annual College Kickoff on October 11, 2017, as part of the Riverside County College Kickoff Day events.
Events during the month of October are planned to appreciate the history, culture and diversity that makes the City of San Jacinto what it is today!
During this time of national uncertainty heightened by Tuesday’s (September 5, 2017) announcement to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), many of our students, families and staff are experiencing concerns about safety and security which has a direct impact on the learning environment.
On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, California Casualty formally congratulated San Jacinto Leadership Academy (SJLA) for being named one of California’s Gold Ribbon Schools for 2017.
On Friday, September 1, 2017, 16 community members, elected officials and supporters ‘walked the walk’ with school principals during San Jacinto Unified School District’s Second Annual Principal For A Day event.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, affecting California from approximately 9:00 am - 11:45 am, the moon will pass between the Earth and the sun for the first total solar eclipse viewed from across America in decades.