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The annual Induction Ceremony took place after school Nov. 28 in the Holy Family Room and was attended by Ramona administration, teachers, family, and friends.
Cal State LA alumnus Lt. Col. Brian Peters returned to his alma mater Thursday, two decades after walking the campus as a student. But this time his view was 1,000 feet up from the university, overlooking Alhambra.
"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.
The ceremony was the culmination of a two-year, $17 million construction project that began in October 2016 and was completed in summer 2018.
Studies show that students who learn two or more languages have stronger, healthier brains with more connections to both right and left hemispheres and more flexible thinking, and they are more sought-after job candidates.
ELAC is one of 12 California Community Colleges and four California State University campuses being recognized as a Champion of Higher Education this year.
“These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their school plays in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation.”
Over the next three years, $30 million for elementary schools and $25 million for high schools will be spent on bond-financed equipment and building upgrades.
The sung Mass will incorporate the compositions of the Duruflé and Fauré Requiem Mass settings.
Everyone is invited to come out and cheer on the various “float” participants and demonstrate their school spirit and support for Alhambra.