Monte Vista Middle School, from innovation to change



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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