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Hart High School Awarded Grant from Lowe's

SANTA CLARITA, Calif – Hart High School has been awarded a $1,000 grant from Lowe’s Corporation and SkillsUSA to help establish the school’s SkillsUSA chapter.

Dr. Cherise Moore and Kathy Hunter Discuss Wellness

Hart District Governing Board Member Dr. Cherise Moore and Assistant Superintendent Kathy Hunter discuss the District's efforts focused on student wellness both before and after the Stay At Home order.

New Principals Named at Hart School District

SANTA CLARITA, Calif – The William S. Hart Union High School District has made several moves with principals after Academy of the Canyons Principal Dr. Pete Getz was named Director of Student Services.

Class of 2020 Celebrity Shout Outs

Celebrities and local elected leaders share their congratulations to the Class of 2020 on their graduation from the Hart School District.

Drive-Thru Graduation Schedule Announcement

Dear Hart District families,
Last week we received great news – the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health loosened their restrictions and will now allow drive-thru graduations.

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.

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.

Hart School District the "Exception" to Student Device Shortage

SANTA CLARITA, Calif – According to news stories published across the State of California, hundreds of thousands of students are without any device that is required for Distance Learning as a result of Coronavirus campus closures. School districts are just not able to provide a device to help these students.
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