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Showcase Your Business at the HUSD Job and Career Fair

Wednesday, April 24th from 5-7 PM Tahquitz High School is hosting the District Job and Career Fair for community businesses to find new employees and assist job findings for junior and senior students. Please contact Kellee Shearer for more information.

Kellee Shearer
College & Career Counselor
Tahquitz High School
Hemet Unified School District
951.765.6300, ext. 216
kshearer@hemetusd.org
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Family Internet Safety Information

Social media and news organizations have identified a resurgence of an old video titled the “MoMo Challenge.” There are questions to the validity of the claims and many are calling it a hoax. To be on the side of caution, we are informing you of the situation to take precautions with your student's engagement online.
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FFVP-Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program/Programa de Frutas y Vegetables Frescas

The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) exposes children to a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables in the hope that they will develop healthy eating habits. Fresh fruits and vegetables are served during the school day in a variety of settings on a daily basis. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) encourages schools to offer fresh fruits and vegetables a minimum of twice a week..
El Programa de Frutas y Vegetales Frescos (FFVP) expone a los niños a una amplia variedad de frutas y vegetales frescos con la esperanza de que desarrollen hábitos alimenticios saludables. Las escuelas primarias que tienen más de 50% de estudiantes elegibles para almuerzos gratuitos o reducidos son elegibles para solicitar anualmente para este programa. Frutas y verduras frescas se sirven durante el día escolar en una variedad de entornos diariamente. El Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA) alienta a las escuelas a ofrecer frutas y verduras frescas un mínimo de dos veces por semana.
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