Monte Vista Middle School, from innovation to change

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The San Jacinto Unified School District is opening its new Monte Vista Middle School campus just in time for the new school year. Valley News / Diane A. Rhodes photo

Much has happened since the San Jacinto Unified School District held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Monte Vista College site on Lyon Avenue in June 2019. There has been a change of leadership as David Pyle became the district’s newest superintendent, more staff were hired to meet the needs of his students and the school community as a whole, and there was a global pandemic. “Over the past year, we have hired additional custodians, teachers, teaching assistants, vice-principals, and an equity director, among other staff at the district level,” said Pyle. “Our goal is to reduce adult-to-student ratios across the district to address the educational gaps encountered during the COVID-19 pandemic.” He said the teaching staff had deepened their work


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