Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Office of Education will host a virtual town hall featuring Dr. Barbara Ferrer, LA County Director of Public Health and Dr. Debra Duardo, LA County Superintendent. Click headline to access link.
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This year, EMCSD has provided 10 locations as Voting Centers for the LA County Registrar-Record/County Clerk. Each location is available for early voting starting Friday, October 30. Click headline for more details, including sites, addresses, and important info in regards to voting in the 2020 Election!
The Nutrition Services Department has added two more days worth of meals to their meal kit program. All children 18 years & under are eligible for seven days worth of meals.
A grant from the Panda Cares Foundation will fund Leader in Me student materials, including student workbooks and teacher guides, as well as a coach whose focus will be tailored to each school’s needs.
The El Monte City School District is grateful for our outstanding staff, supportive community, and the Board of Education for the continued support of our students and schools. The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the way we work and live and especially how our children learn. (Read More)
ParentSquare app allows families to customize how they receive information and alerts from teachers, schools and the District.
Eight new administrators will help lead campuses and Nutrition Services Department.
Jenny Lee has helped to lead school district nutrition departments across Southern California.
A former El Monte School District student, Juan Carranza has taught fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades, and served as a teaching assistant principal before becoming Wright School’s assistant principal, a post he held for three years.
More than 1,000 students are attending a trio of summer academies that blend virtual instruction with hands-on activities, including cooking, American sign language, musical theater, art and robotics.