Trona High School is holding a monthly WASC meeting tomorrow November 20th. Any parents/guardians interesting in attending please show up at 1:15 in the school library Help us make sure we are doing our best for your kids.
over 1 year ago, Erik Benadom
Trona High School and Mesquite High School students are participating in a two day Soft Skills workshop sponsored by San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools. Students are learning how to become effective communicators, creative & critical thinkers, team players, ethical decision-makers, future focused planners, and contributing citizens.
over 1 year ago, Ruth Soto
Soft skills
Groups
Table talk
Soft skills group
Dear Parent/Guardian, We are committed to providing the safest possible environment for our students. Over the years, we have taken great steps in making our schools safer. But, what if an armed intruder enters or is already in the building? Schools across the country have answered that question with a method we call Lockdown. In the event an unauthorized person enters the school buildings or grounds, a Lockdown alert is given, and students and staff are instructed to lock their classroom doors, turn out lights, hide in a far corner of the classroom, and remain calm and quiet. This is the procedure that we have followed for years, but we now know that we must provide students and staff with more options. Our district has enhanced the Lockdown procedures that we, as well as experts across the country, believe will increase the chance of survival during an active shooter incident. The enhancements we will teach out staff and students are known as ALICE. What does ALICE mean? Alert: We will get the word out using clear concise language and describe the location of the event. Lockdown: This is still a good starting point. The Lockdown will include locking the door but also barricading to deny entry. Inform: Continual communication keeping the staff and students informed allows for good decision making. Counter: Apple skills of movement, noise, distance, distractions, and using our over whelming numbers to gain control of the situation, as is age and ability appropriate. This is only if Evacuation and Lockdown is not possible. Evacuate: Reduce the number of potential targets for the shooter, and reduce chances of injuries resulting from friendly fire when help arrives. In NO WAY are we asking or teaching our students or staff to make any attempt to subdue an armed gunman outside of their secure area. However, we will provide them with options that, if faced with a life or death situation, can be applied to greatly enhance their chance of survival. These options including evacuating, barricading the door, and protecting oneself by any means necessary should an armed intruder enter the room. Training will emphasize that the best way to survive an active shooter is to evacuate, when possible, being mentally prepared and having been given the authority and ability to please contact one of us if you have any questions about the ALICE program or if you prefer that your student not participate. We look forward to working with students to provide them with skills they might need at school and in the community if confronted with a violent intruder. Sincerely, Joseph Wolfe Principal
over 1 year ago, Erik Benadom
Dear Parent/Guardian, We are committed to providing the safest possible environment for our students.  Over the years, we have taken great steps in making our schools safer.  But, what if an armed intruder enters or is already in the building? Schools across the country have answered that question with a method we call Lockdown.  In the event an unauthorized person enters the school buildings or grounds, a Lockdown alert is given, and students and staff are instructed to lock their classroom doors, turn out lights, hide in a far corner of the classroom, and remain calm and quiet.  This is the procedure that we have followed for years, but we now know that we must provide students and staff with more options. Our district has enhanced the Lockdown procedures that we, as well as experts across the country, believe will increase the chance of survival during an active shooter incident.  The enhancements we will teach out staff and students are known as ALICE.  What does ALICE mean? Alert: We will get the word out using clear concise language and describe the location of the event. Lockdown: This is still a good starting point.  The Lockdown will include locking the door but also barricading to deny entry. Inform: Continual communication keeping the staff and students informed allows for good decision making. Counter: Apple skills of movement, noise, distance, distractions, and using our over whelming numbers to gain control of the situation, as is age and ability appropriate.  This is only if Evacuation and Lockdown is not possible. Evacuate: Reduce the number of potential targets for the shooter, and reduce chances of injuries resulting from friendly fire when help arrives. In NO WAY are we asking or teaching our students or staff to make any attempt to subdue an armed gunman outside of their secure area.  However, we will provide them with options that, if faced with a life or death situation, can be applied to greatly enhance their chance of survival.  These options including evacuating, barricading the door, and protecting oneself by any means necessary should an armed intruder enter the room. Training will emphasize that the best way to survive an active shooter is to evacuate, when possible, being mentally prepared and having been given the authority and ability to please contact one of us if you have any questions about the ALICE program or if you prefer that your student not participate.  We look forward to working with students to provide them with skills they might need at school and in the community if confronted with a violent intruder. Sincerely,  Joseph Wolfe  Joseph Wolfe Principal
Trona High School will be setting up donations jars to help the family of Ignacio Lemus Vasquez, an Alpaugh athlete that lost his life last Friday, October 18th. All funds will be given to his family. Jars will be located in the High School and Elementary School Office.
over 1 year ago, Erik Benadom
Homecoming Events for Oct 28 - Nov 2
over 1 year ago, Erik Benadom
Homecoming Events for Oct 28 - Nov 2
Homecoming Events for Oct 28 - Nov 2
ALICE Parent and Community Meeting Oct 23, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the TES/THS Cafeteria
over 1 year ago, Erik Benadom
ALICE Flyer Active Shooter Community Meeting for October 23,2019 at 6:00pm
Office numbers are now back to their normal numbers. High School: 760-372-2824 Elementary: 760-372-2868
almost 2 years ago, Erik Benadom
Arzell from Searles Valley Minerals wants to inform the community that the boilers will be coming back up sometime Monday or Tuesday. They will be venting steam and they expect that it will be very loud! They apologize for the noise but there is nothing that can be done to stop the noise. Boiler noise is a step toward recovery! Let them Roar!
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
September Cafeteria Menu https://5il.co/6scb
almost 2 years ago, Erik Benadom
On behalf of Trona Joint Unified School District, we would like to thank Allie Abbott and all others involved in this great cause to ensure that Trona students are prepared for school. They have done such an excellent job, and have put in so much effort into making this happen for our students. Tomorrow they will be at the Elks handing out free backpacks and supplies for all grades, from 12pm to 4pm for Trona registered students. A huge THANK YOU to Allie and your team for all your hard work on this great service project!
almost 2 years ago, Joe Wolfe
Backpack Giveaway
Due to the recent earthquakes and the damages done to the high school campus, school will start for both schools Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at the elementary campus
almost 2 years ago, Erik Benadom
State of California Department of Transportation PRESS RELEASE August 1, 2019 Press Release Number: 19-250 Project ID: 08-1L2604 District: 8 Riverside/San Bernardino Contact: shane.massoud@dot.ca.gov Phone: (909) 383-4631 Rock Scaling on State Route 178 in Ridgecrest SAN BERNARDINO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will begin rock scaling work on State Route 178 (SR-178) in Ridgecrest. Crews will be assessing slopes between postmile 10.0 to 12.0 on SR-178. The assessment work will take place Tuesday, August 6 and Wednesday, August 7 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. During this work there will be a one-way flagging operation. Please remember to reduce your speed as you approach the work zone. Know before you go! To stay on top of roadwork in the Inland Empire go to Caltrans District 8 and sign up for commuter alerts. Follow us for the latest information on Facebook and Twitter. To assist in planning your commute, view live traffic conditions using QuickMap and planned lane closures. For those with sensory disabilities requiring alternate formats (i.e. Braille, large print, sign language interpreter, etc.) and those needing information in a language other than English, please contact Shane Massoud at 909-383-4416 or TTY 711 by August 5, 2019.
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
Because of the recent earthquakes, outside communities have graciously donated school supplies and backpacks for all students TK-12th grade. Please come down to Trona Elks Lodge on Saturday, August 17th at 12:00 noon and pick up your backpacks and school supplies. The backpacks will have the supplies needed per grade level (k-6). High School students will also be included, however not all supplies will be included depending on the teachers and subjects.
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
New Pool Hours: Sunday - Friday 1pm to 6pm. Saturday 11am to 6pm.
almost 2 years ago, Erik Benadom
From 8:30 to 10:30 USDA commodities will be available at the senior center
almost 2 years ago, Joe Wolfe
Message from County Supervisor Lovingood's newsletter: Following a swarm of earthquakes that hit the Trona area July 4 and 5, the County Board of Supervisors voted to waive permit fees for post-disaster recovery and repairs to residential properties. “Trona is a small but strong community,” Supervisor Lovingood said. “The swarm of earthquakes may have jolted the town. But the residents stood ‘Trona Strong’ and are an inspiring example of resilience and of neighbors caring for each other.” The board-approved waivers are up to a maximum of $1,500 per property, in Trona and surrounding County of San Bernardino communities damaged by the earthquakes. Permits for partial demolition and/or repairs for most of the tagged structures would cost less than $1,000. Properties requiring moderate alterations or additional inspections and consultation with staff could rise to the requested maximum of $1,500 per property. Upon completion of initial damage assessments in Trona and surrounding County communities following the 2019 July 4 and 5 Earthquake Swarm, 30 residences received red tags, meaning “unsafe to enter”. An additional 52 residences received yellow tags, meaning “unsafe to occupy”. The difference between red and yellow tags is the occupant may enter the yellow tagged structure briefly to retrieve belongings.
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
Reminder to all parents that have children starting kindergarten: Student must have all their shots and physical required done before they start school. Please bring proof to the elementary office.
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
Message from Searles Valley Water Company. The Boil water order has been lifted. Water is good to consume.
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
This message is from the Water Company: This is an update to let you know that we are moved into our temporary home. We are on Searles Street across from the U. S. Post Office building. We are open for business at our usual hours of 7:00 AM - Noon and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, except for weekends and holidays. Our regular phone numbers are not working. Our phone numbers, until further notice, are 760-382-3776 and 760-382-8553. We are answering these phones. You can still pay your bills by mail to P.O. Box 577, Trona, CA 93592. There is a lot of construction going on around our building. Take care and watch for construction traffic. Please bear with us as we work out the kinks! TRONA STRONG! Audrey Schuyler Manager, Searles Domestic Water Company
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto
This is a link from San Bernardino County Bulletin. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/CASANBE/bulletins/250e71d
almost 2 years ago, Ruth Soto