iFoster has partnered with Learn To Be - a national nonprofit that provides one-on-one virtual tutoring in any subject for foster students in K-12th grade. Their partnership means free tutoring to foster students and families who are members of iFoster. Membership is free, click headline for more details!
News & Announcements
El Monte City School District's Nutrition Services Department will only be distributing meal boxes on Monday, November 23rd from 8am - 10am at Durfee, Potrero, and Shirpser. All children 18 & under qualify for a meal box. Regular meal schedule resumes Monday, November 30th after the District's Thanksgiving Break.
El Monte City School District has made a minor change to the instructional schedule for TK-8th Grade in order to provide more asynchronous learning time for students. Click headline to view full message and new schedule.
We're asking our community to help us collect personal hygiene products so we can donate them to our local Emergency Resources Association (ERA). These products will be given to those in need, click headline for full details. Schools will be accepting donations until 12:00pm Friday, November 20th.
Recent retirees were greeted with banners, music, horns, and cheers as they arrived at the District Office in celebration of their retirement.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Office of Education will host a virtual town hall featuring Dr. Barbara Ferrer, LA County Director of Public Health and Dr. Debra Duardo, LA County Superintendent. Click headline to access link.
This year, EMCSD has provided 10 locations as Voting Centers for the LA County Registrar-Record/County Clerk. Each location is available for early voting starting Friday, October 30. Click headline for more details, including sites, addresses, and important info in regards to voting in the 2020 Election!
The Nutrition Services Department has added two more days worth of meals to their meal kit program. All children 18 years & under are eligible for seven days worth of meals.
A grant from the Panda Cares Foundation will fund Leader in Me student materials, including student workbooks and teacher guides, as well as a coach whose focus will be tailored to each school’s needs.
The El Monte City School District is grateful for our outstanding staff, supportive community, and the Board of Education for the continued support of our students and schools. The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the way we work and live and especially how our children learn. (Read More)