• DSUSD High School Teacher Dies of COVID-19 Complications

    The staff and students in the Shadow Hills Knights community are mourning the death of Christopher Trujillo, who worked as an English teacher at the high school and died of COVID-19 complications. Trujillo was apart of the Knights family for the past five years. In a message sent out by school administrators, Trujillo was described […]

  • In-Person Back to School at Shadow Hills High School

    Desert Sands Unified School District welcomed thousands of students back on campus today after over a year of a half of distance learning. At Shadow Hills High School they made sure students felt welcomed and loved; by throwing a celebration. Student leaders, cheerleaders and the school band showcased their spirit, along with a grand tunnel […]

  • Desert Sands Students Return to Fully In-Person Instruction Emotions Run High at School Board Meeting

    Fully in-person instruction began Wednesday for the Desert Sands Unified School District, with students and faculty required to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. The school district welcomed back its nearly 27,000 students to newly adjusted COVID-19 protocols. Superintendent Scott Bailey stated in a letter Aug. 9 that the district will be following guidelines […]

  • Desert Sands Students Return To Fully In-Person Instruction Next Week

    Fully in-person instruction will begin next week for the Desert Sands Unified School District, with students and faculty required to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status, the district said in a letter posted on social media Tuesday. The school district will be welcoming back its nearly 27,000 students on Aug. 18 to newly adjusted […]

  • NBCares Silver Linings DSUSD Pre-K Enrollment

    Desert Sands Unified School District is now enrolling children into their TK/Pre-K program. The award-winning head start program is now believed to be important for our littlest residents as they begin their academic careers. Statistics show children who get a jumpstart on learning get ahead in experiencing to read and write and socialize. Dr. Jay […]

  • California’s Students Can Eat School Meals For Free

    When classrooms in California reopen for the fall term, every student, regardless of family income, will get a free meal in public school. “650 million dollars will be invested so that no child goes home hungry,” said Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia.  This is all thanks to the state’s budget surplus, 6.2 million public schools will offer […]

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