Our mission is to provide every student enrolled at Mission School access to a challenging and comprehensive curriculum presented by a passionate and dynamic staff 
in a learning environment that emphasizes enthusiasm, responsibility and respect. 
We are dedicated to the principle that what is taught here is not an education 
but the means by which to become educated.



July 16
Interdistrict Forms Due


August 11
Board Mtg 5:30

August 25
First Day of School

Bell Schedule

School Starts
8:30 a.m.
10:10-10:25 a.m.
12:05-12:45 p.m.
School Ends
2:55 p.m.

12:30 p.m. 
Dismissal on Minimum Days


We have installed one of our "point of use" filtration systems to conduct a pilot study 

 on our campus.  If all goes well with the water testing on this unit we will get the rest of the units

 installed in the next few months, including units outside on the existing water fountains.


Dear Parents,

The purpose of this letter is to highlight the procedure Mission Union will be following to reopen our school for K through 6 grades the week of March 29, 2021. I have written this in a bullet format to facilitate reading it and easily finding an answer to your question.


  2. The first day of instruction is Tuesday, March 30, 2021.

  3. Instructional days in the hybrid model will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of every week.

  4. Spring break is the week of April 5th, 2021.

  5. School hours will be as follows: K arrival between 8:50 AM and 9:00 AM and dismissal at 12:00 PM. 1st to 2nd-grade arrival between 8:40 AM and 9:00 AM and dismissal at 12:00 PM. 8th grade, 6th grade and 4th grade arrival between 8:10 AM and 8:30 AM and dismissal at 11:30 AM. 7th grade, 5th grade and 3rd grade arrival between 12:00 PM and 12:10 PM and dismissal at 3:10 PM.

  6. Please arrive in the designated time window for the appropriate grade level. If you have more than one grade level in your car, please arrive at the earliest time and wait in your car till we check all students according to their designated arrival time. 

  7. Please try to have your child/ren sitting by the passenger side windows as we will be taking their temperature while he/she is sitting in the car before dismissing them to go to the classroom.

  8. Students need to be masked upon arrival to school.

  9. Students need to practice social distancing at all times.

  10. Please check to make sure that your child is healthy and has no fever before you drive him/her to school.

  11. Following spring break (if you have taken any trips) please ensure that your child has not been exposed or acquired any health issue prior to sending him/her to school.

  12. Your child needs to bring along his/her materials, especially technology (Chromebook, etc), and make sure it is charged beforehand.

  13. Your child’s attendance is very important and he/she needs to attend every day if possible once committed to our hybrid school.

  14. This Friday, March 12th is the deadline for you to decide whether you are sending your child or keeping him/her on distance learning. Please respond to the email ASAP as we need to plan accordingly. 

  15. We will have sneeze guards in place for all students.

  16. Our students will be three feet apart during class time.

  17. There will be no recess and the students won’t be able to mingle.

  18. The playground equipment will be off-limits.

  19. Limited restrooms will be available and the office will monitor them for sanitization.

  20. Sanitizers will be available in all classrooms and around the school.

  21. Masks will be available for children when needed.

  22. Dr. Annous will monitor the parking lot as usual during arrival and dismissal, The instructional aides will take the temperature of the students upon arrival, Karen as well as the lower grade teachers will escort the students to their classrooms and Lisa will manage the office. Please reach out to any of us if you have any questions. There will be an all hands on deck approach at Mission to allow for maximum assistance.

  23. Students can bring their bottle of water and they can fill it at school when empty.

  24. Students can bring nutritional bars or chips or snacks if they need to, the teachers will allow a few minutes nutrition break during their time at school.

  25. Each class will have a grade level teacher along with an instructional aide helping to address the needs of all students. The art and music teachers will integrate their subjects in the classrooms pushing in to further assist the grade level teacher.

  26. In the upcoming week, the grade level teachers will contact you to let you know how they will be addressing the distance learning for the students who decide to stay home. Their hours and delivery will be shifted as the teachers are trying to accommodate the students who are on hybrid learning.

  27. The Thursday, Friday, and Monday prior to the first day back will be asynchronous learning as the teachers are preparing their rooms and programs for the students to return to school.

  28. We have allocated a budget for the teachers to order fresh supplies for the students so your children will have new supplies when they return.

  29. Leonor our custodian will clean and sanitize the sneeze guards and the desks in between cohorts and after the students leave for the day.

  30. The office will be open from 8:00 AM till 3:30 PM

  31. As the county turns into the red tier we will be hopefully returning the rest of the grades to school and adding more days to the hybrid model.

  32. We realize these are different and scary times but we want to assure you that we are doing our best to ensure that our school is safe and welcoming for all our students to resume learning in person for we have missed them as much as they have missed each other and the school as well. 

  33. We look forward to answering all of your questions, if you feel that you still have a question or a concern please feel free to call us or email us. We will be happy to further address any matter.

Following this letter and prior to reopening the school your child/ren individual teacher will be contacting you regarding their classroom rules and expectations.  We look forward to seeing our sweet children on the 30th of March.


Dr. Annous

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Dr. Jinane Annous

Annous has been in education for 33 years, through which she taught every level of schools.  During her teaching career, Annous was included twice in the Who’s Who in America’s Teachers.  For the last 15 years, Annous has served as an assistant principal for four years at four different schools, a principal for seven years at two different schools, and as a director of curriculum and instruction and EL at Hemet Unified School District, after being a director for six years she served as the associate superintendent for educational services in Rialto School District where she supervised 29 schools and 13 directors and oversaw all the operations of Ed services. Under her directorship there was lots of growth and she was responsible for the LCAP along with the budget.  During her tenure as a principal, Annous closed the achievement gap between the English-learners and the other students and trained more than a couple thousand educators through SB 1969, SB 395, and AB 2913 all across San Bernardino County.  In her capacity as a director, she has worked on implementing the common-core standards through the use of the Rigorous Curriculum Design process.  Furthermore, she had revamped the reclassification process at the district, thus doubling the number of reclassified students yearly.  Under her supervision, the district now celebrates the reclassified students every year through a large ceremony hosted by the high school.  Moreover, Annous worked on designing the new math courses that align with the common core and submitted them for approval by the A-G portal.  Currently, all five new courses have been approved by the UC portal, making Hemet Unified a pioneer in this domain.  Lastly, Annous successfully implemented transitional kinder and high school 101, which is a foundation course for freshman and has trained all teachers in differentiated instructions using the Title III plan and funds to better serve the EL population.  Annous is an authority on working with diverse students; she has trained many educators on working with diverse populations and addressing and educating linguistically challenged students.  Annous has been an adjunct professor for Redlands University for the last 18 years, through which she has received the Excellence in Teaching Award.  She received the ACSA Diversity Award as well and completed the CO and the HR academies of ACSA.