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15959 E. Gale Ave., City Of Industry, CA 91745 • 626.933.1000 • info@hlpusd.k12.ca.us
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Literacy Fun!

Del Valle students have been filling their minds with the wonder of reading! September Literacy month has kept its grips on students as they are more than enthusiastic about reading! Here students are having a “Reading Circle Time.” Sierra Vista students enjoyed a day with their little friends at Del Valle. Sierra Vista students were engaged and enjoyed their time to read to younger students. The Read Out Loud Picnic hosted by Del Valle proves everyone can enjoy a good book!

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After School Highlights

Hispanic Heritage Month

Students have been learning about Hispanic heritage spanning from important figures within the Latino community to celebrations and customs. Sparks Elementary celebrated by organizing a fiesta where students had the opportunity to play loteria and create calavera masks. Students danced away to the different sounds of Latin music. Parents donated horchata along with chips and salsa. Students at Los Altos Elementary learned about piñatas. They learned what they were used for and had the opportunity to make their own.

Harvest Festivals

With Fall upon us, Sites have started celebrating with Harvest festivals. At Bixby staff worked with the school PTO to help organize and run booths, set up, clean up, and the rest helped keep an extra watchful eye on the students in our program that were not attending the Harvest Festival. The office, PTO team, parents, and principal were happy with their contribution. Mesa Robles held their own harvest festival and Hispanic Heritage festival. Students participated in games and face painting.

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