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Football (Coach Mr. Sam deHaas) Volleyball (Coach Mr. Jason Lee) Cross-Country (Coaches: Mr. Calton and Mr. Watts) Intramurals- (Coach Mr. Calton and Mrs. McNamara) Girl's Basketball (Coach Ms. Calton) Boy's Basketball (Coach Mr. deHaas) Co-Ed Soccer Co-Ed Softball
Class Schedule Change Requests Community Service Grading Language Arts Math Middle School Lockers Physical Education Science Social Emotional Curriculum Social Science
ASB Band Choir Robotics Science Olympiad WEB
ELAC Parent Partnership Parent Resources Part-Time Employment PTO School Communication SSC Volunteers
ASES Chinese School


Mesa Robles is excited to announce that we will begin using the REMIND app as another way to communicate important information to our parents! REMIND allows us to send messages to our parents via text messaging so you are able to receive notifications anywhere, anytime! All you need to do is follow the steps below to enroll and start receiving message:

  1. Text message to 81010 the following message:
  2. Mesa Robles Elementary (Grades K-5): @mesaelem
  3. Mesa Robles Middle (Grades 6-8): @mesamiddle
  4. Wait for confirmation text that you are registered, follow the directions prompted in the text message.

If you have students in more than one grade-level, follow the above steps for each. It's that easy!




Meal Applications


Meal applications, also known as "school lunches", are available NOW!


Applications are accepted at Food Services (15959 E. Gale Avenue, City of Industry) or online. 


Please visit www.schoollunchapp.com to register. 


Click here to access the food services menu.


You may pay for school lunches at www.myschoolbucks.com or call (855) 832-5226 for assistance.




Today: 10/21/16

Calendar of Events

Date Event/Time Location
10/21 ELAC #2  
10/17-10/21 Talent Show Auditions  
10/26 SSC#2 at 2:45  
10/27 Elem. & MS Make-up Pictures Cafeteria
10/31 Trunk or Treat at 9am Elem


Red Ribbon Week 10/24/16-10/31/16

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Measure BB Informational Meetings


Measure BB Informational Meetings


"To provide modern classroom technology and facilities needed for student success, continue advanced programs in math, science and arts, acquire, construct and repair facilities and equipment, and protect Hacienda La Puente’s quality education..."


Learn more about Measure BB.  You are invited to attend and information meeting in your area.  We'll review how Measure BB will impact local students and property owners.  We look forward to seeing you soon!


For informational flyers please click the link:

For more information, please visit: http://www.hlpschools.org/bond2016



Tuesday, October 11, 2016

6:30-7:30 pm

Wilson High School Media Center

16455 E. Wedgeworth Drive

Hacienda Heights, CA  91745


Monday, October 17, 2016

10:00 - 11:00 am

15959 E. Gale Avenue

City of Industry, CA  91745

District Office Board Room


Tuesday, October 18, 2016

6:30-7:30 pm

La Puente High School Wigwam

15615 E. Nelson

La Puente, CA  91744


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

6:30-7:30 pm

Workman High School Library

16303 E. Temple Avenue

City of Industry, CA  91744


Tuesday, November 1, 2016

6:30 - 7:30 pm

Los Altos High School Hacienda

15325 E. Los Robles

Hacienda Heights, CA  91745


Contact Us



Principal: Mrs. Horseman

(626) 933-6001

Assistant Principal: Dr. Chavez

(626) 933-6007

Retired Principal: Mrs. Alderete

(626) 933-6004

Counselor: Mrs. Dugan

(626) 933-6053


Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA): Mrs. Jimenez

(626) 933-6006


Office Manager: Socorro Gutierrez

(626) 933-6001

Office Assistant: Veronica Gallardo

(626) 933-6009

Office Assistant: Marisol Arevalo 

(626) 933-6005


Office Hours: Monday- Friday from 7:30 AM- 4:00 PM

16060 Mesa Robles Dr.
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
FAX: (626) 855-3827




HLPUSD'S 7 District Goals

1.  Continuum of Cognitive Rigor Depth of Knowledge

  • Instruction and assessment at all DOK levels.
  • Students engage in cross-curricular learning activities and integrated performance tasks.

2.  Common Core: Literacy in All Content Areas

  • Reading and writing strategies taught in all content areas.
  • Appropriately complex and rigorous reading material in all classes.
  • Students respond to questions, citing evidence from text.
  • Students write argumentative and informative essays, citing evidence from text and additional resources

3.  Common Core: 8 Math Practice Standards

  • Explicit instruction and assessment on the 8 Math Practice Standards.
  • Students engage in performance tasks and assessments utilizing Math Practice Standards

4.  Instructional Model:GRR (Gradual Release of Responsibility)

  • Daily instruction follows GRR model.
  • Students as active participants owning their learning.

5.  RtI (Response to Intervention):Academic and Behavioral

  • 3 Tiers of RtI implemented school wide.

6.  CTE (Career Technical Education) Pathways

  • CCR (College and Career Readiness) exploration and preparation.
  • Instruction emphasizes 21st Century workplace skills:
  • 3 R’s:Rigor, Relevance, Relationships
  • 4 C’s:Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration
  • 7 Survival Skills:Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Adaptability, Entrepreneurship, Communication, Accessing Information, Creativity

7.  STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)

  • Integration of STEAM in all Math/Science instruction to prepare students for college and career success in STEAM fields

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