Due to the COVID-19 virus, Hemet Unified School District will be closed from March 16th through April 30th. To learn more, visit hemetusd.org or click on one of the following buttons:
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will Hemet's schools stay closed?
Right now, Hemet Unified School District is scheduled to be closed from March 16th through April 30th.
Of course, the COVID-19 situation remains fluid. District leadership is communicating regularly with state and federal agencies. Any adjustment to the closure plan will be communicated to families.
Visit hemetusd.org for the latest updates.
Are the packets and other instructional resources mandatory?
No. All enrichment resources are meant to support your child's at-home education. Completion of any of the resources provided is voluntary.
Where can I pick up an enrichment packet?
- Note: HUSD will not be serving meals during the regularly scheduled Spring Break (April 6-10)
- Bautista Creek Elementary
- Cottonwood School
- Dartmouth Middle
- Diamond Valley Middle
- Fruitvale Elementary
- Hamilton TK-8
- Hemet Elementary
- Hemet High
- Idyllwood School
- Jacob Wiens Elementary
- Ramona Elementary
- Tahquitz High
- West Valley High
- Whittier Elementary
- Winchester Elementary
Can I pick up packets for multiple grade levels at a single school site?
I don't have internet. What can I do to access online materials?
If you do not have internet access, you can contact Charter Communication at (844) 488-8395 to receive free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days.
Will my student's enrichment work be graded?
No. The district-provided packets and online programs will not be graded.
How do I use the materials?
The purpose of these materials is to maintain skills during the school closure. They are a review of past learning and students should be able to complete them independently.
The materials are meant to provide support for 5 days.
Can I write on the packets?
If you accessed the materials through the website, you may:
- Print the packets and write on the printed pages.
- Alternatively, you may view the materials and write answers on a separate sheet of paper or type the answers on an electronic document of your own.
If you have picked up a printed copy of the materials, you may write directly on the packet.
What do I do with the materials when I am done?
You can keep the materials.
Where can I find enrichment resources for Dual Language Immersion (DLI)?
What web browser is best for accessing instructional materials?
Our website is compatible with most browsers, but we recommend Google Chrome.
What can I do to keep my family safe from the coronavirus?
Visit our Family Resources page for additional tips and resources.