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Vikings in the News
MVHS was pleased to host Univision 34 to our school to highlight all of the amazing opportunities we have for our students. Click the story title to view the video recap...
KCET recently featured Arroyo High School’s student garden, a lush space filled with fresh produce that has helped launch a sustainable healthy food movement in El Monte Union. Read more about the success of the garden, which has been made possible through the hard work of our students, as well as a partnership with Eco Urban Gardens and various grants.
Listen to our two CTE experts discuss El Monte Union's inaugural Cooking Showdown and the career technical education programs that are training students for the careers and futures of tomorrow on the California School News Radio education podcast!
Members of Mountain View’s VISTA Academy production crew got a real taste of filming and producing a game show-style cooking competition as part of the District’s inaugural “Cooking Showdown on March 15. The student-produced show will debut on May 1.
The El Monte-Rosemead Adult School celebrated Adult Education Week – themed “Get your Kicks on Route 66” – April 8-12 with a scholastic book fair, Route 66 classroom displays, student appreciation BBQ and a “What Adult Education Means to Me” essay contest.