Chalk Talk

by Anne Donofrio-Holter

El Monte Union High School District

Every Student, Every Minute, Every Day

Mountain View High FHA-HERO Students Attend Competition

by Anne Donofrio-Holter

Arroyo High School students Emily Mejia (marketing), Michelle Yee (marketing), and Manwinder (Monica) Kaur (medical office occupations) each earned a bronze medal at this year’s Los Angeles County CTE-ROP (Career Technical Education-Regional Occupational Program) Outstanding Student Recognition.
ROP provides “high-quality career preparation classes and services to prepare youth (16 years of age and older) and adults for successful careers in response to the needs of the local labor market.”  Courses include training in various fields including nursing, law enforcement, as medical, dental and administrative assistants, stagecraft, small business management, film and video, child care, construction, automotive technology and computer aided drafting.  ROP students include anyone preparing to enter or re-enter the job market and those seeking career change or advancement.  Statewide, more than 500,000 students receive career preparation through ROP training each year.
“We are very proud of Emily, Michelle and Monica on their ROP accomplishments and recognition,” said Arroyo High School Principal Angie Gonzales.  “We wish them much success in their future endeavors.”

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