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Grab n Go Lunch for Students

Dear Parents or Guardians of the Santa Clarita Valley,

Many students and families rely on school meals during the school week. As a result of recent school closures here in our valley, daily access to that resource has been interrupted. In an effort to provide meal access, the William S. Hart Union High School District and Santa Clarita Valley School Food Service Authority have coordinated to provide Free lunches across our community. These meals are funded by the USDA, and are FREE to kids and teens ages 18 and younger at meal sites across the Santa Clarita Valley.
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Superintendent's Message - Hart District School Closures

Dear Hart District Families:

I am sending you this email as a follow-up to our earlier communication about the closure of all Hart District Schools. Many of you have called or emailed with concern over the escalating series of restrictions, cancellations, and closures passed down this week. I understand your frustration and I believe you are due an explanation.
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Hart District Schools to Close Beginning Monday, March 16

This message is to inform you that the Hart District – in concert with our elementary school district partners - will be closing all schools starting Monday, March 16, and extending for a period of three weeks. On campus classes will resume after Spring Break Monday, April 13, 2020.

Please expect additional details in the next several hours.
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Coronavirus Message to Community 3-12-2020

Dear Hart District Families,

I am writing to you today to share an important message about the Coronavirus. Yesterday, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 an international pandemic. The declaration is not intended to inspire fear. Rather, it is a scientific term that signifies that the virus is documented to be spreading widely across the globe. It signals a call for more assertive action to help resolve this public health emergency. This morning the Governor of California ordered schools to cancel all group meetings of 250 people or more and to enact social distancing policies where possible.
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SCVTV's Community Corner: SCV Sheriff's Department

Threats made by students and others, even if considered a "joke," are taken seriously by law enforcement. Lt. Joseph Fender from the Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station talks about what they do when a threat is made and the consequences faced by those who make it, including parents.
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Saugus High School Teacher Chosen for NASA Flight

SANTA CLARITA, Calif – Saugus High School science teacher Harbir Kaur has been choson by NASA and the SETI Institute as an Airborne Astronomy Ambassador (AAA) and will fly on the Strategic Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) research flight.
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A Message About Coronavirus - Update 03/05/2020

Dear Hart District Families,

We are sending you this update to assure you that we continue to be in close contact with the Department of Public Health – and the LA County Office of Education - as we respond to news about the Coronavirus. Yesterday the County of Los Angeles and the State of California declared a “Public Health Emergency”. This declaration is a legal procedure that enables government officials to access additional resources while encouraging close coordination of key agencies in their work to address the health emergency. This act reinforces the message that community leaders are taking the appropriate steps to minimize the spread of disease in order to keep people healthy and safe.
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SCVTV's Community Corner: Vicki Engbrecht

She started as an English teacher at Sierra Vista Junior High 44 years ago, and retired as Superintendent of the Hart School District. Vicki Engbrecht reflects on her career and how much educating students has changed over those years.
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Bowman Named Model Continuation School... Again

SANTA CLARITA, Calif – For the eighth time in a row, Jereann Bowman High School has been named a Model Continuation High School in the State of California. The award is presented every three years, with Bowman earning the distinction every year it has been eligible since 1999.
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