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Chaffey Joint Union High School District

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    Mr. Kaylor

    Jason Kaylor

    School News

    Principal's Message

    It is hard to believe that we already are starting our second semester!  As we settle back into our educational routine, I remind students and parents that NOW is the time to plan for a successful spring 2019 semester.  

    I would also like to remind you that NOW is the time for all students to increase their time and efforts on their studies.  Students should be working diligently to complete assignments, study, and prepare for tests.   I urge students to work hard in the coming months and achieve to their maximum potential!

    To help students with their achievement, we recommend the following:

    • Students may use the Tutoring Center after school Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
    • Use School Loop to contact your student’s teachers if you have concerns about his or her progress.
    • Discuss with teachers specific steps your student can take to increase his or her achievement.
    • Take advantage of additional help teachers offer before and/or after school.
    • Use Khan Academy to review concepts students struggle with.

    I wish all of our winter athletes and performers the best of luck with the current season of games and performances. Stay strong, focused and continue to strive for excellence in all areas of your life.

    ALHS welcomes our WASC accreditation visiting team who will be visiting our campus from February 10-13th.

    As a reminder, school is not in session on the following dates:

    January 21st – MLK JR. Day
    February 15th – Lincoln’s Day
    February 18th – Presidents Day

    Again, on behalf of the Alta Loma staff, we wish you a Happy New Year and great second semester!


    Jason T. Kaylor

    Principal, Alta Loma High School



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    Alta Loma High School students will graduate ready for college and careers.