STARTALK Chinese Language Program
MUSD students are invited to participate in the STARTALK Chinese Language Program. The STARTALK Chinese Association partners with local districts to provide students the opportunity to be immersed ...more
Video Contest - Biglots.com/lots2give
Two MUSD schools have submitted videos in the Big Lots Lots2Give Video Contest:
The 37 schools with the most votes will share $120,000 in cash ...more
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Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2013!
Bell Gardens High School.......June 20, 2013 | 6:00 p.m. | East Los Angeles College-Weingard Stadium
Montebello High School..........June 20, 2013 | 6:00 p.m. | Heaman Field
Schurr High School.................June 20, 2013 | 6:00 p.m. | Ken Davis Field
Vail High School.....................June 18, 2013 | 6:30 p.m. | Amphitheater
Adult Education......................June 7, 2013 | 7:30 p.m. | Montebello High School Auditorium
POLICE EXPLORERS RECOGNIZED FOR SERVICE
Montebello Unified Program Introduces Students to Law Enforcement Careers
The Police Explorers of Montebello Unified’s Post 640 aren’t just getting classroom lessons about the world of law enforcement. They’re also gaining invaluable, hands-on experience through the important services they provide to the District and broader community.
Several students have already expressed interest in pursuing careers in criminal justice and public service. In fact, since the inception of the post, about a dozen have gone on to attend the LA County Sheriff’s Explorer Academy, the Los Angeles Police and Cadet academies, and the military.
During Wednesday’s graduation, Montebello Unified also presented awards to the District’s all-female Color Guard, which was formed last year and has since gained a special notoriety in the Montebello community. They are often asked to perform the ceremonial presentation of colors at various community events.
“This graduation and recognition ceremony was all about the wonderful services and positive attitudes that these students display throughout the year,” said MUSD Superintendent Cleve Pell. “We wanted to thank them for representing our community and our school District in such a positive way.”
The Police Explorer program is a Learning for Life program of the Boy Scouts of America. Unlike members of other Explorer posts, students in MUSD’s program receive course credit for their successful participation and completion of course requirements. Recruitment for the program is held each fall, however individuals can join at any point during the school year.
MUSD Now Accepting Registration for Dual Language Enrichment Programs
The Montebello Unified School District is now accepting registration for Dual Language Enrichment Programs that will support the academic growth and development of both students who are English ...more
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