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03/31/20 Meeting the Challenge: COVID-19 Responses in Lynwood and Paramount

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03/17/20 Quest for Greatness: National Match Scholar at El Monte Union

El Monte High School senior Dana Hua discusses being named a QuestBridge National Match Scholar, preparing for college through summer enrichment programs, participating in 24-hour coding hackathons and the decision-making process of choosing which university to attend.

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03/10/20 Success at All Levels: Exemplary Continuation Schools in Fontana, Paramount

Citrus High School Principal Mike Bunten discusses the success of the Fontana Unified continuation school’s Building Trades and Construction Industry CTE pathway which includes a simulation lab for heavy machinery, and the importance of business and academic partnerships. Paramount Unified’s Buena Vista High School was recently named a California 2020 Model Continuation School. Principal Morrie [...]

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02/03/20 Safe Havens: Wellness Centers in Buena Park, Distinguished Schools in Baldwin Park

Buena Park School District’s Pendleton School Principal Shin Park discusses the opening of the school’s new Wellness Center, rewarding students for positive behavior and the importance of students learning to work as a team. Baldwin Park Unified School District’s Santa Fe School Principal Margie Clark discusses the school’s designation as a 2020 California Distinguished School, [...]

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02/25/20 Finding the Cure: Fundraisers in Monrovia, Counselors in Whittier Union

Monrovia Unified parent Dominique Strivings and Monrovia High School teacher Robin Chicca discuss FuzzFEST, a Monrovia fundraiser that has participants shave their heads to raise money for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, an organization dedicated to finding cures for childhood cancer. Humberto Solorio, a counselor at Whittier Union’s California High School, discusses attending the 2020 State of [...]

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02/18/20 All Roads Lead to Success: Top Student in Whittier, Science Academy in Monrovia

Part 1 La Serna High School senior Jocelyn Jimenez, who will attend Claremont McKenna College in the fall, discusses the life skills she learned as a member of the Whittier Police Department Explorer Program, and as a La Serna Oasis-Haven student mentor. Part 2 Monrovia Unified’s Broadoaks Elementary School Principal Jayne Nickles discusses the school’s [...]

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02/11/20 Building Communities: Student Gardens in Paramount, Poetry in West Covina

Raymond Collins Elementary School Principal Theresa Diaz discusses the Collins student garden, which has provided nutrition and educational opportunities for nearly 10 years, and the support provided by the Paramount Board of Education and Chamber of Commerce to raise money for garden restoration. Edgewood High School senior Yuriko Chavez and spoken word artist David A. [...]

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02/04/20 Bright Futures: Robotics in Monrovia, Homeland Security at Rio Hondo

Clifton Middle School robotics adviser Paul Flores and eighth-grade students Guadalupe Hilario and Ty Weiss discuss Clifton’s Hippie Bots robotics team, which is preparing to compete in an international competition in Barcelona, Spain on Feb. 27-28 as the sole United States representative. Rio Hondo College Homeland Security Program Coordinator Dr. Nash Flores discusses Rio Hondo’s [...]

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01/28/20 The Start of Something Big: Performing Arts Academy in West Covina

West Covina Unified Director of Secondary Curriculum Dr. Marc Trovatore, West Covina High School Principal Dr. Ryan D’Errico and West Covina High Choir Director Tyler Wigglesworth discuss the mission and goals of the West Covina High Performing Arts Academy, which launches in fall 2020.

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01/21/19 Memories of El Monte: State Championships in El Monte Union, Distinguished Schools in El Monte City

South El Monte High School girls soccer coach Alex Rosales and El Monte High School football coach Jesse Ceniceros discuss El Monte Union High School District athletics and the dream seasons that brought two CIF state titles to the District in 2019. El Monte City School District’s Wright School was recently named a 2020 California [...]

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