Baldwin Park Unified Dual Language Program to Create Community Altar:
Sierra Vista High School’s Dual Language Program is commemorating community members and loved ones who passed due to COVID-19 by creating a Día de los Muertos altar in their memory. The school reached out to the BPUSD community through online channels to collect submissions. District and school community members were asked to submit a photograph, a brief description and a few objects that best represent the individual. The altar will be in front of the school from Wednesday, Oct. 28 through Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Río Hondo College to Host 5-Day Vote Center for Nov. 3 Election:
Río Hondo College will host a Vote Center in the Campus Inn from Friday, Oct. 30 through Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3 as part of a program designed to ensure maximum community access to voting opportunities. Río Hondo College is one of multiple community partners hosting the centers as part of the Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) program. VSAP enables voters to cast ballots with new, accessible ballot marking devices.
West Covina Unified’s Early College Academy to Hold Virtual Info Session:
Mt. SAC Early College Academy will hold a virtual information session at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, providing families with details about the benefits of attending West Covina Unified’s flagship dual-enrollment public high school in 2021-22. The Academy provides students the opportunity to earn up to two years of college credit and work toward an Associate of Arts degree as they pursue their high school diploma. Students from Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange counties are eligible to apply. Visit the Mt. SAC Early College Academy website to access the info session.