District News

  • El Monte Union Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, Reveals Quad Renovation

    South El Monte High School (SEMHS) students, families, staff, dignitaries and community members gathered for a lively ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 24, which celebrated the completion of the school’s quad renovation project.

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  • El Monte Union To Offer Students FREE Metro Transportation

    El Monte Union is thrilled to offer students a GoPass TAP card for unlimited free transportation on Metro Bus and Rail. The GoPass TAP card can be used when commuting to school, after school and on weekends through June 30, 2023.

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  • El Monte Union Honors Employees Celebrating 40-Year Career Milestones

    El Monte Union administrators, faculty and staff enjoyed a day of relaxation and reminiscing ahead of the 2022-23 school year during a “Welcome Back” rally held Aug. 15 at Rosemead High School, a day that saw dozens of employees receive recognition for career milestones, including four staff members celebrating 40 years at the District.

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  • El Monte Union Celebrates the Return of Students for the 2022-23 School Year

    El Monte Union High School District welcomed more than 8,000 students back to campuses for the first day of school on Aug. 17, when they were greeted by peers, cheer teams, marching bands, campus leaders, mascots and school staff who helped create an inviting atmosphere and excite students for the 2022-23 school year.

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  • A Message from El Monte Union Regarding Health and Safety Protocols

    Dear El Monte Union High School District Student and Family, We are excited to welcome students back for the 2022-23 school year. As we transition from the summer break to the start of another school year, we would like to provide you with important information regarding COVID-19 safety protocols. Our District will apply the lessons learned from last school year to continue prioritizing the health and safety of students, school staff and families.

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