Bassett Adult School is committed to meeting the business and educational needs of the community and workforce by providing our students a diverse curriculum to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Student Learning Outcomes (S.L.O.s)
Develop personal skills to work effectively within the family, workplace and community
Be culturally sensitive and tolerant of social differences
Accept responsibility for their own actions
Pursue lifelong goals
Develop self esteem and take pride in their work
Develop communication skills through listening, speaking, reading and writing
Work effectively as a team member
Increase awareness of alternative ways of doing things
Identify problems and develop solutions
Incorporate organizational skills into their daily lives
Students are encourage to dress comfortably. Shoes and shirts are required. Inappropriate dress includes clothing marked with profane or suggestive language, clothing marked with sexual, racial or ethnic slurs, gang clothing or any clothing which exposes private areas of the body. Caps are permitted outside of the classroom.
1. No hats, hair nets, or other head gear of any kind
2. All pants are to fit at the waist.
3. No vulgar or offensive language and no advertisement for tobacco, alcohol or drugs on any shirts.
4. No tank tops or low cut, revealing tops, "muscle shirts" or cut off shirts showing bare arms are allowed.
5. Shorts that are sewn or have finished edges are fine. Cut-off shorts with long white socks are not permitted.
7. Only plain uninitiated belt buckles may be worn.
8. No underwear is to be visible
Students violating the dress code will be asked to leave and return dressed appropriately.
This dress code is subject to change at any time for the safety and well being of students and staff. Any form of dress which is perceived to be threatening to a supervisor will be prohibited.
BAS is proud to announce that Bassett Adult School has been awarded a full 6 year clear accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Congratulations to all our students, staff and community members who contributed to this important process.