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“The school is blessed to have such an environment such as this garden on the 6.2 acre campus to be able to share nature up close with the students,” said Ms. Hittinger.
“We are very pleased that someone with John’s 20-year track record of leadership in our District schools will be using his talents, experience, and dedication to continue the work that Dr. Laurel Bear set so skillfully in motion with Gateway to Success,” said Denise Jaramillo, AUSD superintendent.
Mark Keppel High School’s Cheer and Dance Arts programs made a lot of noise this past weekend at their respective competitions.
All Souls World Language Catholic School has received a $5,000 STEM grant from the Toshiba America Foundation (TAF).
Kaitelynn Ng, senior at Mark Keppel High School, was named the Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley’s (Club) Youth of the Year.
“The program really resonates among young students, as students of previous year’s program remember Officer Araneta and learn a sense of community from the G.R.E.A.T lessons,” said teacher Mrs. Enriquez.
Students of Emmaus First Lutheran School recently experienced the events and times of medieval Europe and the changes brought about by the actions of Catholic Monk Martin Luther.
A Makerspace is a collaborative space where students gather to create, invent, and learn. The Ramona MakerDen has been outfitted with some of the latest programming, prototyping, fabrication, and manufacturing equipment to help students develop their design skills and bring their imaginations to life.
James Horton has taught in AUSD since 1988 and has made his mark as a premier auto shop teacher.