The District and EMUEA met on April 11, 2017, to continue the negotiations process. The District proposed a 2% on salary schedule increase and a 2% off salary schedule payment retroactive to July 1, 2016...click title for more details
Congratulations to Pamela Martin (RHS Office Clerk III), El Monte Union High School District's 2017 Classified Employee of the Year, click title for more info...
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.
The El Monte Union High School District would like to share a concern with our families about a mobile application (app) called “Ogle”. Click the news title for more information.
Union Bank opens up a student run branch located at Mountain View High School. It's never too early to teach kids the value of money.
The El Monte Rosemead Adult School proudly hosts a comprehensive Adult Basic Education Program (ABE), Adult Secondary Education Program (ASE), and a High School Equivalency Program (HSE). These programs have been serving the local community for the last 60 years.
A special needs teenager had his wish come true after defeating his opponent in his first-ever wrestling match. Nick Haller, a high school junior, got the chance to wrestle for his South El Monte High School wrestling team on Thursday, a dream made possible by two local high schools.
“Never give up,” said Senator Ed Hernandez on the afternoon of Friday, January 28th. He stopped by El Monte High School to speak to students about his journey to success, de- spite the obstacles he’s overcome. Along with his visitation, he gave a generous donation of $5,000 to the school to purchase eyeglasses for students.
Engineering Prof Wants to Revolutionize High School Math and Physics. “Physics isn’t that hard,” says USC Viterbi Assistant Professor Rehan Kapadia, “it’s the way the math of the physics is taught that makes it difficult for high school students. Engineering reveals how the math of physics makes sense, and we can enliven high school curricula this way.”
Senior Kurt Hake and junior Connie Diep have been selected as Mission Valley League fall Scholar Athletes. The two students were found to have had the highest academic GPA’s out of all Arroyo fall seasonal athletes.
The 12th annual Tamalada took place on December 18th at the Grace T. Black Memorial Auditorium. Ms. Geodi Sunabe-Davidson, physical education department, was awarded the Bobby Salcedo Esperanza Award.