The first cohort of the Latino Family Literacy Project- College Readiness Program will start next Thursday, Oct 17th.
The program is geared for first-generation college students and their families to prepare for after high school life. Topics covered include the importance of attendance to school, homework, and study time as a tool to improve their lives in the future. As part of this four-week program, parents and their students will learn about the benefits of attending college, selecting classes needed for high school graduation and college entrance preparation,
Finals will be Monday (10/7), Tuesday (10/8), and Wedensday (10/9). Monday and Tuesday will be regular days. Wednesday is half day with no 5th period and all students will be released at 1:15 pm. THERE IS NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON THURSDAY (10/10), AND FRIDAY (10/11).
No 5th Period for Oct 9 and Oct 16. Final period will end at 1:15. Buses wil run at their usual time.
The mission of the Perris Union High School District is to provide quality educational programs and meaningful opportunities which encompass the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical aspects of all students within the district and which will enable them to become productive members of society.