Health fair provides resources for Montebello community

By Amber Paramo “ICARE” Academy provided families in the Montebello Unified School District with resources to keep children, teens and adults safe, healthy and educated on Saturday at  Bell Gardens High School. “ICARE” Academy promotes careers in child development, family services and education-giving students opportunity with hands-on experience, along with on-site childcare, internships, and partnerships with local colleges, agencies and businesses. The public was able to receive information for everyone in…

May 6, 2015
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New program aids Montebello students with transfer process

By Jonathan Gomez The Career Pathways Program will give students from K-12 in the Montebello School District a better chance to succeed and transfer out of community colleges faster. This program helps students in Montebello by preparing them for life after high school or just out of community college. It will provide students with a list of classes they could take depending on their major. This way students don’t have…

December 4, 2014
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New grant brings schools together

By Ayana Arroyo East Los Angeles College and Montebello Unified School District celebrated a  $6 million grant for the success of the California Statewide Career Pathways program last Thursday. The program was created to help guide K-12 students through the process of achieving their educational goals and also making it easier for them. On average, a student at ELAC stays three to five years before they are able to transfer….

November 19, 2014
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