William S. Hart Union High School District

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Parent Survey: Fall Planning 2020

Please click above to provide the District with your feedback which will be used as the District moves forward with its planning for the fall of 2020. It’s been almost three months now since we embarked upon this journey into social distancing and on-line learning. Let’s all agree that these unexpected and unwelcome changes have stretched our school community to the limit. Please accept this note of thanks for your patience and resilience throughout. Thank you in advance for providing your valuable input to the parent survey
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Hart District to Hold Drive-Thru Graduations

Good news – the County of Los Angeles health order has been amended to allow car parades for graduations and other special days. Expect news in the very near future on how schools plan to celebrate our seniors with special graduation car parades.
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School Closure / Distance Learning Information

ALL Hart District Schools are CLOSED and ALL students are receiving coursework through Distance Learning activities through the end of the school year.

Information regarding District Learning can be found here:
https://www.hartdistrict.org/apps/pages/distance-learning

Information regarding the School Closure can be found here:
https://www.hartdistrict.org/apps/pages/school-closures-faq

For questions regarding specific classes, please email individual teachers.
For enrollments, withdrawals, or to obtain a transcript, please email the school registrar.
For other needs, please email school counselors or administrators.

School site email addresses can be found on each school's website under "Contact".
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New Grading Policy for the 2019/2020 School Year

The Governing Board has approved a temporary change to the District grading policy for the spring 2020 semester. Students will receive grades of A, B, C, credit or no credit, with the option to choose “credit” in place of a letter grade. In this video, Superintendent Mike Kuhlman gives more details on the new grading policy.
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