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09/03/19 Pathways to Success: Athletics & Academies in Monrovia

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Release Date: 09/04/2019

10/08/19 Excellence in Education: LA County Teacher of the Year in West Covina show art 10/08/19 Excellence in Education: LA County Teacher of the Year in West Covina

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Orangewood Elementary School kindergarten and Spanish dual-language immersion teacher Karla Toledo, a Los Angeles County Office of Education 2019-20 Teacher of the Year, discusses instilling the values of empathy and tolerance to her students as part of the West Covina Unified International Baccalaureate continuum.

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10/08/19 Excellence in Education: LA County Teacher of the Year in Paramount show art 10/08/19 Excellence in Education: LA County Teacher of the Year in Paramount

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Paramount Park Middle School intervention teacher Felicia Akuamoah, a Los Angeles County Office of Education 2019-20 Teacher of the Year, discusses the school’s acclaimed student support service program, Panther Academy, and the rapport she shares with her students.

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10/01/19 Making Progress: Facilities Upgrades in West Covina show art 10/01/19 Making Progress: Facilities Upgrades in West Covina

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West Covina Unified Assistant Superintendent Dr. Drew Passalacqua discusses facilities upgrades funded by a $143 million bond measure passed by voters in 2016, including a newly renovated football stadium, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and new performing arts center.

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10/01/19 Making Progress: Special Education in Monrovia show art 10/01/19 Making Progress: Special Education in Monrovia

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Monrovia High School WorkAbility and Transition Program Partnership Coordinator Kymberly Hirst discusses the school’s Roasters coffee cart program, which teaches independence and life skills to students in special education.

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09/24/19 Ready to Go: Energy Conversation in El Monte show art 09/24/19 Ready to Go: Energy Conversation in El Monte

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El Monte Union High School District Facility and Energy Manager Lena Luna discusses the District’s “Go Green” initiative and how to keep students comfortable in class while balancing the costs of energy.

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09/24/19 Ready to Go: New Administration in Bassett show art 09/24/19 Ready to Go: New Administration in Bassett

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Newly appointed Bassett High School Principal Hector Vasquez discusses his first month at Bassett Unified, his initial meetings with faculty, staff and parents, and his goals for the 2019-20 school year.

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09/17/19 The Art of Outreach: Storytelling in Rio Hondo show art 09/17/19 The Art of Outreach: Storytelling in Rio Hondo

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Rio Hondo College Art Gallery Director Robert Miller and Arts Division Dean Dr. Grant Linsell discuss the gallery’s exhibition Cuentista, part of the fifth SUR:biennial, an art show at multiple area venues that explores the geography, culture and art inspired by areas south of Los Angeles.

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09/17/19 The Art of Outreach: Attendance Awareness in Inglewood show art 09/17/19 The Art of Outreach: Attendance Awareness in Inglewood

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Inglewood Unified Director of Student Support Services Katrina Taylor and LACOE Director of Student Support Services Dr. Michelle Castelo Alferes discuss the District’s “Every Student, Every Day” attendance campaign.

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09/10/19 Rules of Engagement: Parent Link Crew in Fontana show art 09/10/19 Rules of Engagement: Parent Link Crew in Fontana

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Fontana Unified’s Summit High School Link Crew Coordinator Jennifer Karpinski and Parent Link Crew mentor Heather Mead discuss Summit’s Parent Link Crew pilot program, an adult version of the student mentoring program.

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09/10/19 Rules of Engagement: AVID in Lynwood, show art 09/10/19 Rules of Engagement: AVID in Lynwood,

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Lynwood Unified Assistant Director of Education Services Christine Manson discusses how Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) helps first-generation college-goers prepare for higher education and a new AVID program that aids English learners.

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Monrovia High School Principal Kirk McGinnis discusses the District’s renovation of Wildcat Stadium, the school’s math and humanities learning academies and arts conservatory, its Early College Dual Enrollment partnership with Citrus College and its upcoming College Fair.