EMCSD Bulletin - October 2021

Click headline to access the latest edition of the EMCSD Bulletin! This month, Dr. Garcia provides an update on schools, discusses our feature in LACOE's virtual series, and provides an update on booster and child vaccines.

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Cleminson is a kindergarten through sixth-grade school located in the northern part of the El Monte City School District. We serve students living in both the El Monte and Temple City communities.
The mission of Cleminson School is to create a community in which students, parents and teachers work together to foster a positive school experience that sets a strong education foundation for each child to become a productive member of society.
Our Academic Performance Index (API) for the 2012-2013 school year was 853. Cleminson has been honored by the California Department of Education as a Title I Academic Achievement Award-winning school in 2005, 2006, 2007, and again in 2012. This is an achievement of which all students, staff and parents are proud.
In 2012 Cleminson received the national Healthy Schools Gold Award from the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation for implementing healthy nutrition and physical activities.
Carlos Salcedo, Principal 

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EMCSD Bulletin - October 2021

Click headline to access the latest edition of the EMCSD Bulletin! This month, Dr. Garcia provides an update on schools, discusses our feature in LACOE's virtual series, and provides an update on booster and child vaccines.
Graphic that reads: Recognizing Indigenous People' Day. on friday, october 8, 2021: President biden issued a proclamation formally recognizing october 11 as a day to honor native americans

Recognizing Indigenous People's Day

President Joe Biden proclaimed October 11 as Indigenous People's Day. Click headline for more information and the recognition and the history of native tribes in El Monte and Los Angeles.
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Updated LACDPH Modified Quarantine Protocols

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) has recently updated its policy on student quarantine once identified as a close contact which started on Monday 10/11. Click headline for full details.