136 North Ramona Street
Hemet, CA 92543
Program Director: Ivy Webb
Welcome to Hemet
It is my honor and a pleasure to welcome you to our Hawk family! I am extremely proud to serve as the Program Director of Spectrum-Hemet. This year, our theme is “Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful ”. As a school, we will be infusing these three concepts in all that we do. It is our mission at Spectrum-Hemet School, to strive for social and emotional well-being for our students while looking through a lens of equity and inclusion. With that said, the Spectrum-Hemet staff are excited to kick this year off in true Hawk style!
Our educators, support staff, families, and other education partners are ready to welcome you into the Hawk Nation.
Our dedicated staff at Spectrum-Hemet are eager to foster academic success and a true sense of connectedness and belonging for our students.
We will work together to create an environment for our students so that they have the opportunity to develop self- awareness, social awareness skills, relationship skills, self-management, and decision-making skills.
We will offer intervention services for neurodiverse learners through specialized academic instruction, counseling when appropriate, and the implementation of Tier III programs and teaching and learning strategies.
I look forward to the start of the new school year our collaboration of providing your children with an effective and engaging educational experience. As always, we will look to our families to be positive partners in their children’s educational journey. Our team is committed to working together as a caring and compassionate learning community with professionalism, teamwork, action, and expertise.
We will always put the best interests of our students at the center of our purpose. Join us in ensuring the success of all Spectrum- Hemet’s students. Stay healthy, stay positive, and stay connected.
Program Director Spotlight
Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies
Special Education Certification
Masters in Education
Ivy Webb received her BS in Interdisciplinary Studies from Norfolk State University, she received her Special Education Certification from Old Dominion University and Colligate Professional Teaching License from the Virginia Department of Education. She earned her Masters of Education from Cambridge College. She has over a decade of teaching experience in the field of Special Education. Ivy also severed as the Director of Student Support Services at a charter school in Trenton, New Jersey. She enjoys spending time with her family of 4 and traveling when not working.