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First responders from Alhambra, San Gabriel, and Pasadena talked about their careers and discussed the hard work, determination, and education needed to succeed in each field.
A group of motivated Ramona Convent 10th, 11th, and 12th graders took a trip arranged through IST Campus Tours and their Guidance Counselors Alberto Chavarria and Kristin Tappan as opportunity to visit and learn more about the programs offered at various East Coast colleges.
Nemo Hilby, and incoming Park Elementary second-grader, was ranked top 7-year-old in the nation in the shot put, as he also spent his summer practicing for the Junior Olympics on July 25 in Sacramento. This then lead to gaining the attraction of reporter Ryann Vargas at Spectrum SoCal News 1.
The program, sponsored by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE), is part of a national effort to identify higher-performing schools and districts that are improving student outcomes.
Students, teachers, parents, and volunteers came together to showcase another incredible theater performance this year.
"These tours provide a sense of internal motivation that students just don't get by looking at pictures on websites or looking at a brochure,” said Alberto Chavarria, director of Guidance and College Counseling.
ELAC is one of 12 California Community Colleges and four California State University campuses being recognized as a Champion of Higher Education this year.
It is a daunting task — training and conditioning four days a week throughout the summer break in the heat — but the triumphs and losses of the 2018 season motivate.
Mark Keppel High School’s Cheer and Dance Arts programs made a lot of noise this past weekend at their respective competitions.