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Important Safety Message

This is Shellie Holcombe, Principal of Canyon High School, with some important safety information.

Earlier this afternoon, a student reported some graffiti found in a bathroom stall threatening the school and referencing tomorrow, June 2. As soon as the graffiti was discovered, our administrators investigated and called in law enforcement to assist.

We are working closely with law enforcement to have an expanded presence on campus and in the neighborhood tomorrow. Since tomorrow is the last day of school and it wouldn’t involve significant disruption to student schedules, we are opting to transition tomorrow’s final exams for periods 2 and 7 to an online format. We are hoping that by doing so, we can calm anxious nerves as we head into summer break.

Your student's teachers will be reaching out this evening or early tomorrow morning with instructions on how to access the final exam. Students are to remain home tomorrow, and all on-campus athletic and extracurricular activities have also been canceled. Graduation rehearsal and graduation will continue as planned, and a separate email will be sent to the families of Canyon seniors.

On a positive note - we were able to act quickly due to the fact that someone “saw something and said something.” Our community is always safest when we are sharing concerns openly and in a timely fashion.

If you haven’t already done so, please consider placing the contact information for the Canyon High School Student Care Line in your phone - and on your student’s phone (661-772-7389). We encourage you to reach out if you have a concern or are worried about someone’s well-being.

It is important for everyone to know that there are logical consequences that arise from the choice to make threatening comments - whether they be real or a misguided attempt at a joke. We will be enforcing appropriate discipline and we know law enforcement will do so as well.

Sincerely,
Shellie Holcombe

Safety Message 5/25/2022

Dear Hart District families:

We are aware of the shooting that took place yesterday, May 24th, at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. We are saddened by this horrific event and continue to keep the victims, their families, and all school staff in our thoughts and hearts. In lieu of this incident, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station is working hand in hand with all Santa Clarita Valley school districts to ensure added safety throughout the remainder of the school year. SCV deputies will conduct additional patrol checks and maintain an added law enforcement presence for both public and private schools within the Santa Clarita Valley. We also encourage our community to report any suspicious activity to the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station at 661-260-4000 and to school administrators. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by visiting www.LACrimeStoppers.org.

You can also access the Hart District Student Care Line for your school. We suggest having this line on your phone as well as your student's phone for easy access. Click READ FULL STORY to go to the Hart District webpage that has all of our schools’ Student Care Lines.

City Bus Schedule

Here's a link recently published by the City to accommodate students returning to school.

Final Exam Schedule

Tues 12/14 (P. 4 & 5)
Wed 12/15 ( P. 3 & 6)
Thurs 12/16 (P. 2 & 1/7)

1st Class: 8:00 -9:55
Brunch 9:55 -10:15 am
2nd Class: 10:20 -12:15 -> Dismissal

MFOC Save the Date Event

Sulphur Springs Union School District &
William S. Hart Union School District
are coming together to bring resources to our Families through our
Many Families, One Community Family Resource Fair
virtual event over Zoom.

MFOC Save the Date Event

Sulphur Springs Union School District &
William S. Hart Union School District
are coming together to bring resources to our Families through our
Many Families, One Community Family Resource Fair
virtual event over Zoom.
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