HUSD schools on a ‘journey’ to become premier choice district

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The West Valley jazz band greets guests at the 2019 State of the District breakfast at the Hemet Unified School board room Thursday, Oct. 10. Tony Ault photo
Hemet Unified School District superintendent Christi Barrett said the school board, teachers, staff and voters have made significant progress in turning the district into a “Premier Choice School District” for its 22,082 student population at the annual “State of District” breakfast, Thursday, Oct. 10. Barrett told the guests, including HUSD teachers, administrators, county school officials, Hemet city officials and state representatives attending the breakfast in the boardroom, “Today isn’t truly about the Hemet school district but it’s truly about what the impact we can have together to care about the space we choose to live in and the space our children are raised in.” She said that fo
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