Clue Me In
A competition where 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teams from each school answer questions on select book in a quiz show format.
Boys and Girls basketball teams play against other High Desert elementary school teams in a league hosted by Victor High School.
Festival of the Arts
A yearly event held in spring, celebrating the talent of Hesperia Unified students and staff. Artwork is displayed and students perform in the areas of music, theater, and dance.
In the spring, students compete in a variety of outdoor events.
Response to Instruction/Intervention
Instructional teams consisting of classroom teachers, instructional assistants and special education staff work with our students with the goal of bringing every student to grade level in reading and math.
Representatives from grades 4-6 meet weekly after school to plan events and fundraisers for the school.
Students submit poems and short stories to be judged. Winners’ selections are bound and made into “real” books and displayed in the library.
After School Activities Program (A.S.A.P.)
Hesperia Unified School District and Hesperia Recreation and Park District are proud to offer the After School Activities Program (A.S.A.P.) at Mesa Grande Elementary!
Enrollment is open to HUSD students in grades 1 through 6. Kindergarteners are not permitted in the program. Registration packets can be completed and submitted electronically on-line or they can be picked up at either Lime Street Park Community Center Office, 16292 Lime Street or at Rick Novack Community Center Office, 13558 Palm Street, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Registration packets include: Registration Form, Emergency Data Form, Program Rules Contract and Photo Permission. These forms must be filled out completely, prior to your child’s enrollment into A.S.A.P.
PLEASE NOTE: Once registration packets are submitted and have been reviewed, parent/guardian will receive notification whether your child(ren) has been accepted into the program or has been placed on a waiting list.
For more information please call (760) 244-5488 or click HERE
FLAIR is an after school program that takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at certain times throughout the year. This program gives English language learner in grades 2-6 additional help with the mastery of the standards.
The speech therapy program is designed to identify and assist students with speech problems. Children suspected of having a problem are referred to the speech therapist for evaluation through the SST process. If a problem is identified, the child will be placed on the speech therapist’s schedule.
Student Study Teams (SST’s)
The goal of the Student Study Team is to meet together as staff and parents to discuss a child’s progress in school. Teachers or parents may ask for a meeting anytime they are concerned about a student. The team discusses strategies and approaches to better help the student. If at anytime you are concerned about your student’s progress in school, please discuss it with the teacher and ask for a SST meeting.