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    Hart Board Votes 4-1 To Change Election System For High School District

    Hart district officials changed their elections with a 4-1 vote Wednesday, following a discussion at the Santa Clarita Valley high school district’s governing board meeting. The change wasn’t a popular choice among board members, but it provided them with a “safe harbor” from a potential lawsuit, said Hart district governing board President Steve Sturgeon. “All five board members basically testified last night that we should be able to vote at large -- it gives an opportunity for the entire population to choose who their representatives are,” Sturgeon said. “So this becomes a little more exclusive to an area, which was the intent, and we’ll see how it works.”

    Hart District Names 5 New Assistant Principals For 2014-15 School Year

    Hart district officials named five new vice principals Wednesday for the 2014-15 school year. The announcement was made at the governing board meeting for the William S. Hart Union High School District.
    “These positions became open following several administrative changes, including the retirement of two high school principals and a junior high school assistant principal,” according to a Hart district news release. “Four of the positions will begin effective July 1, 2014, and one will be effective on Jan. 1, 2015, following the retirement of another assistant principal.”

    Parents, Students Seek Hart District OK For Wrestling Team At Valencia High

    Hart district officials are looking at the addition of wrestling to the sports offerings for Santa Clarita Valley high school students next year as a self-sustaining program, officials said Wednesday. “There is a demonstrated high level of support for wrestling in the Santa Clarita Valley, with four local programs currently hosting more than 150 members, ages 3 to 21,” according to the William S. Hart Union High School District agenda. “Local supporters have stepped forward to offer training facilities and expertise.” It’s the second self-sustaining program the district has added in as many years, which will be seeking to follow the growth and success of lacrosse, which was added by the board in 2012.

    Family Of Canyon High Student In Crash Encouraged By Recovery

    A Santa Clarita family is encouraged by the progress made in the recovery of a Canyon High student who was in a serious crash Saturday night in Saugus

    Car Crash Leaves Canyon High Sophomore In Critical Condition

    A Canyon High School sophomore is in critical condition at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital after a single-car crash Saturday left four injured

    Four Teens Hospitalized In Saugus Car Crash Near Cross Valley Connector

    Four Santa Clarita Valley teens were taken to area hospitals, and two sustained serious injuries after being ejected from a Honda Accord in a single-car crash in Saugus around 10 p.m. Saturday night, officials said.


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    Hart District Announces New Head Coach For Valencia Baseball Team

    Hart district officials announces Michael Killinger will take over the Valencia High baseball team for the 2014-15 season

    Foothill League Football Teams Support Appeal Of New CIF Division

    Santa Clarita Valley Foothill League football coaches are supporting an appeal of the new CIF divisions that would change postseason high school football competition

    Hart District Announce New Food Services Director For SCV Students

    Santa Clarita Valley Hart district and and Chartwells School Dining Services officials announced a new food services director for local junior high and high school cafeterias

    AP Scores For Santa Clarita Valley Hart District High Schools

    Three Santa Clarita Valley high schools are ahead of the state average for Advanced Placement test scores, one is right on par and two are below, according to the most recent statistics available on the state’s website. The Hart district’s districtwide figure for the number of students passing with a score of 3,4 or 5, which is the scoring range necessary to receive college credit for the courses, is on par with the state average.A look at AP scores in the Santa Clarita Valley. Advanced Placement, or AP tests, are administered by the College Board, the testing company also responsible for the SAT, and offered at the end of the year to students who complete AP courses.