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Hesperia Unified closing schools until March 30th amid coronavirus fears

HESPERIA, Calif. ( — The Hesperia Unified School District has made the decision to close all its schools until March 30, 2020.

Parents received the following message on Friday afternoon.

“With our president’s proclamation of a national emergency and Governor Newsom’s latest executive order regarding the coronavirus, Hesperia Unified School District will be joining other districts in the High Desert and closing all schools and canceling all activities next week, March 16-20. The following week is spring break. While we will tentatively plan to reopen on March 30, we will assess where we are at that time and communicate to our community if further action is necessary. 

School meals will still be provided through March 20th for all district students. Lunch for the current day and breakfast for the following day will be available starting each day at 11am and ending at 1pm. Pickup of school meals for all district students will be available at Hesperia High at the bus drop off, Sultana High main parking lot at Sultan Hall, and Cedar Middle school at the west parking lot. You will be able to drive up and pick up the meal without leaving your car. Meals will only be provided for children under the age of 18 that are physically present at the time of pickup.”


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