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El Monte Union Recognizes Volunteers for their Commitment and Service


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El Monte Union celebrated the vital support and assistance of District volunteers with an Italian-themed “Grazie” reception during the inaugural Volunteer Recognition luncheon, held May 8 at Grace Black Auditorium.

El Monte Union Superintendent Dr. Edward Zuniga greeted the 33 volunteers, who included parents, community members, employees and a student.

“As a volunteer, you are a big part of our school community and you make a difference in the lives and well-being of our students,” Zuniga said. “Your service to our school community does not go unnoticed and each and every one of you has been selected for the outstanding contributions you have made. Our students and staff will forever be grateful for your volunteer work.”

Honorees received certificates and gift bags commemorating their investment and commitment to supporting students and staff throughout the school year.

“We are so fortunate that we have these special people who are ready at a moment’s notice to assist in whatever way they can,” said Edith Echeverria, the District’s Director of Assessment, Accountability and Family Engagement. “We felt that they deserve their own recognition and celebration.”

The honorees were:

Arroyo High School: Andrew Burton, Patty Enriquez, Sugey Limon, Angela Pacheco and Lily Perez

El Monte High School: Clara Acosta, Maria Celedon, Gloria Garcia, Jose Macias and Lorena Saldana

Mountain View High School: Pastor Charlie Corum, Martha Guerrero, Jorge Sanchez, Aaron Sepulveda and Monica Reye 

South El Monte High School: Heidi Carrillo, Christina Caudillo, Elizabeth Hernandez, Veronica Johnson, Irene Rosas and Nora Torres

Rosemead High School: Xiaoyi Li, Anita Ortega, Cindy Ostry and Kim Vong

Fernando R. Ledesma High School: Jenny Cardenas, Sandra Gallegos and Adriana Curtis

El Monte-Rosemead Adult School: Celia Alfaro, Jim Farley, Guillermo Sandoval, Martha Carrera and Shila Chhetri

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