Monte Vista Middle School, from groundbreaking to game changing

San Jacinto Unified School District opens its new Monte Vista Middle School campus just in time for the new school year. Valley News/Diane A. Rhodes photo
A lot has happened since San Jacinto Unified School District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Monte Vista Middle School site on Lyon Avenue in June 2019. There was a change in leadership as David Pyle became the district’s newest superintendent, more personnel were hired to address the needs of its students and the greater school community, and there was a global pandemic. “Over this past year we have hired additional custodians, classroom teachers, instructional aides, assistant principals and a Director of Equity, among other district level staff members,” Pyle said. “Our goal is to reduce the adult-to-student ratios across the district to fill in the instructional gaps experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.” He said teaching staff have deepened their work
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