San Jacinto Alumni Gazette
SAN JACINTO EDUCATION FOUNDATION/ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 2045 South San Jacinto Avenue San Jacinto, CA 92583
VOLUMN 6 ISSUE 2
Tigers Retain Control Of the Victory Bell
“It is indeed ironic that we spend our school days yearning to graduate and our remaining days waxing nostalgic about our school days.” Isabel Waxman
It was a hard fought battle and as the final seconds were ticking off on the clock, it looked as if the Hemet Bulldogs may grab the Victory Bell away from the Tiger. But, with a little luck and some hard work by the Tiger defensive line, the outcome left the Victory Bell in the hand of the Tiger faithful. The defensive line was able to cause a fumble inside Bulldog territory with Hemet holding the lead by the score of 21-26. Two plays later, P. J. Murrieta connected with a wide open Malik
As I’ve gotten older, I frequently think about my high school days and wonder how the old high school is doing. If you find yourself doing the same, we have a great way for you to find out. Check out our website at www.sanjacinto. k12.ca.us. The entire website has been upgraded and includes a plethora of
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Education Foundation—find out who the officers and the Board of Directors are.
Kimbrough for the score to make it 27-26. The Tigers attempted a two point conversion but effort fell short. Hemet made a valiant effort to put the ball close enough for an attempt at a game winning field goal but the Tiger secondary was having none of that and were able to keep the Bulldogs from advancing the ball. Final score, San Jacinto 27, Hemet
Hey Tiger Are You An Eagle?
Mt. San Jacinto College is
turning 50 this
50thcelebrations we are looking for MSJC alumni. After graduating from San Jacinto High, did you go on to MSJC? If so, MSJC has an invitation
District Information—read about each of our schools, discover our mission statement, review your history and facts, study the strategic plan, and enjoy a 30 minute segment of Spotlight on San Jacinto. The October series has a section that focuses on the newly renovated Tiger Stadium.
News—enjoy the Mountain Echo newsletters printed over the past six years.
Did You Know?—remember little know facts that you may have forgotten years ago. Also enjoy heart-touching stories shared by our staff members. In addition, you will find a 3 minute commercial that directly links with the City’s website that boasts about the great San Jacinto Unified School District.
Enjoy your walk down memory lane and know that, once a Tiger, Always a Tiger!
26 and the Victory Bell remains in the hands of the Tigers for one more year. This is three years running the Tigers have prevailed and they are determined to keep the Victory Bell in the foyer of the gym for as long as they can.
The Tigers went on to the first round of CIF but were defeated by Buroughs High School of Ridgecrest by a score of 21-8 in a hard fought game played in bitter cold weather. The Tigers finished the season with a 6-5-0 overall and 2-3-0 in league.
faces and join us Faces of MSJC.
as one of The The Faces of
current and former MSJC students and stories about their experiences at MSJC. Where did you go after MSJC? How did the college shape your future? And where are you now? Let your success story inspire current and
continue to reach educational goals.
You can view the campaign online and visit one of our campuses to see the posters in the libraries, enrollment centers and more. Visit The Faces of MSJC at www.msjc.edu/faces, or call 951-487-3061 to find out more.