Dozens of Alhambra students and teachers joined thousands of protesters on Thursday afternoon in Pershing Square to decry state education cuts. Debby Apraku, who was one of 29 adult education teachers
The Alhambra Feed asks Superintendent Donna Pérez about the elimination of adult ESL, what other cuts are on the horizon, and how Alhambra residents can support their schools.
Recent Alhambra High alum have been making news as examples of a shifting trend in military enlistment. An LA Times front-page story reports today an 80% increase in Asian enlistees in Los Angeles.
The U.S. News and World Report 2009 rankings of best high schools gave Alhambra High, Mark Keppel, and San Gabriel each a silver medal, reserved for schools with high levels of college readiness.
KABC is reporting that “school police were doing a routine K-9 search at Mark Keppel High School, located at 501 E. Hellman Avenue, at about 1:25 p.m. when the dog stopped at a student’s backpack."
Two Alhambra elementary schools, Fremont and Marguerita, were honored this week as California Distinguished Schools.
Monterey Park-based writer, Jesse Katz, recently provided a glimpse into the Moors’ exceptional skills — past and present — in his blog, News from The Opposite Field.
Schools Superintendent Donna Perez previously explained to the Alhambra Source that the decision to cut the program was one of practicality dealing with a time of limited resources.
A standing room only crowd again packed the Alhambra Unified School District board meeting Tuesday night to decry the loss of more valued personnel.