A Message from the Superintendent Regarding Safe Haven Schools and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Dear Perris Union High School District Families:
On June 21, 2017, the Board of Education adopted a resolution to make every Perris Union High School District campus a Safe Haven School for all students, families and staff.
The School Board and I want to reaffirm to all of our families and students that the Perris Union High School District intends to follow the Safe Haven Schools resolution for all our students. Students who have participated in the Deferred
County of Riverside Community Action Partnership is coordinating Cool Centers to serve as drop-in sites for vulnerable individuals, seniors, the disabled, and others in need of temporary relief from the heat.
Hot Weather Tips:
- Drink plenty of water. Avoid alcohol and caffeine.
- Wear a wide-brimmed hat, or use an umbrella for shade.
- Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose clothing.
- Slow down—rest in the shade or a cool place when possible.
- Never leave a child, elderly, disabled person, or animal alone in a vehicle.
- Keep shaded areas with fresh water for
Our 2nd Annual Maker Camp will join Perris High School with Pinacate Middle School and Paloma Valley High School with Heritage High School, as well as include California Military Institute. together for four days of creative projects this summer. A Maker Camp is a place where you will use materials to build things like balloon powered race cars, mason jar LED light displays, custom momentos from our laser cutter, and many more
The mission of Perris Union High School District is to create high quality relevant learning opportunities for all in a safe and caring environment. We will develop a high quality, caring staff who will be dedicated to learning, and connect students to their education and potential goals. We will care for all students while developing a growth mindset through collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking.