Hemet Unified students receive seal of multiliteracy

Photos by HUSDHemet High School award winners. ■ Hemet Unified School District / Contributed 47 Hemet Unified students from Tahquitz High School, Hemet High School, and West Valley High School were recognized by Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) for receiving the Seal of Multiliteracy. This prestigious award verifies that the student has a high level of proficiency in another language. The seal will appear on college transcripts informing all of this marketable skill. The RCOE intent to celebrate this accomplishment is to encourage the learning of all languages, contribute to a better global understanding, and emphasize the value of knowing multiple languages. Students had to submit an intent to apply

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