The District is pleased to announce that it has reached a settlement with CSEA regarding salary negotiations. The District's proposal was a 2.5% on salary schedule increase and a 5% off salary schedule payment (for all eligible members), both of which are retroactive to July 1, 2016. The CSEA bargaining unit has tentatively agreed to the District's offer. The agreement is pending CSEA member ratification and board approval....click title for more details
Since 1999, El Monte Union High School District has recognized and awarded students excellence in Visual Arts. On November 9th, Mountain View High School hosted the 2016 EMUHSD Art Reception. This year over 348 art pieces were displayed at the reception, while 326 of those pieces received awards at the Los Angeles County Fair. Click the story title for more details and a video
Kira Rodriguez, a senior at South El Monte High School who plans major in astrophysics at UC Berkeley, has been announced as one of this year’s Gate Millennium Scholars.
Local Control Accountability Plan
EMUHSD is revising their Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2017-18 school year and beyond. This plan outlines priority areas of accountability for student success. To learn more about the plan, our goals, the funding allocations and more, please click on the link below.
CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT (CVRA)
The Board is aware that under State law an at-large method of election may be deemed to impair the ability of some voters to elect candidates of their choice or to influence the outcome of an election and, therefore, may be subject to challenge under the California Voting Rights Act of 2001 (“CVRA”), California Elections Code §§ 14025, et seq.; and given the serious potential financial consequences of a legal challenge under the CVRA to the District’s at-large election system, the Board believes it is prudent and fiscally responsible to expeditiously commence the transition to a by-trustee area election system.
In order to facilitate the transition to a by-trustee election system, the District required the professional services of a demographer who possesses the necessary professional skills, expertise, and experience to develop draft maps to create trustee areas that fully comply with legal requirements
Attached is a slide show from NDC that explains the process from all stakeholders in order to create trustee areas.
We hope you are enjoying our updated website redesign. We have a plan to incorporate new functionality, apps, content, and valuable resources for all of our stakeholders to enjoy. If you are interested in our website implementation roadmap, feel free to click here for more information on the multi-phased project.