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Mesa Robles

Hacienda La Puente USD

  • 16060 Mesa Robles Dr., Hacienda Heights, CA 91745 • 626.933.6000 

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       LCAP Parent Survey         Parent Feedback                    Wanted

    LAST CALL!!! SURVEY CLOSES 1/25/19!!!The Hacienda La Puente Unified School District is surveying parents, staff members, and community members to learn more about your perceptions and experiences with HLPUSD. Specifically, we hope to gather feedback on the district’s Local Control and Accountability (LCAP) goals, such as current performance, areas for improvement, and future goals.

    Please click on the link to direct you to the survey or click on this link to direct you to the flyer sent home with students which explains more details.  

    **REWARD: Send the bottom portion of the flyer to school with your student so they can receive their incentive!

               February Holidays (No School) 

    School Closed 2/11/19 @ 2/18/19 for Observance of Lincoln and Presidents' Day.





         Kinder REgistration

    Kinder Registration Packets will be release on 1/22/19 in the Mesa Robles Office (open 7:30-4:00, please arrive 15 minutes before closing).  Please bring proof of address when picking up the packet.

    Kinder Round Up (Registration) will be held on 2/6/19 beginning at 8:30 in the Mesa Robles school library.  Waiting line will begin by the school office.

    Call 626.933.6001 for more details.

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    Our School

    About Us

    Mesa Robles School is an exciting, unique, vibrant K–8 school nestled in the hills of Hacienda Heights, a suburban area of Los Angeles County. With students ranging from kindergarten to eighth grade, over 1,100 pupils arrive each day to pursue knowledge, socialize, and grow.  Our mission is to provide all students a positive learning environment with high expectations to reach academic goals and build character with an emphasis on respect, responsibility, and safety.

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    District Area

    58 Sq Miles


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