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Monrovia Unified School District

  • Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School Seniors Turn Their Tassels During Drive-thru Commencement Ceremony

    Over 60 seniors from Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School were cheered on as they walked the stage to receive their diplomas during a drive-thru commencement ceremony on June 3 at Monrovia High School. When the ceremony began, cars lined up and graduates exited their vehicles with masks on and lined up 6 feet apart from one another. Teachers were invited on stage to share their memories of each student and ended with words of encouragement for the future.

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  • Monrovia High School Celebrates Over 300 Graduates During Drive-thru Ceremony

    Over 300 Monrovia High School seniors stepped out of vehicles, walked a green and white decorated stage, received their diplomas and turned their tassels during a drive-thru commencement ceremony at Monrovia High School on June 3. The very first graduate of the day was Vivian Fisher, who received an honorary diploma as she was unable to receive her diploma from the Class of 1938. Afterward, students lined up 6 feet apart and walked the stage as their names were announced through the speakers. Families drove next to the stage, taking photos and cheering for their graduate before making their way to a pick-up zone.

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  • Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School Celebrate Class of 2020 with Drive-thru Ceremonies

    Highlighting the achievements and successes of each student, Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School will celebrate the graduating Class of 2020 with a drive-thru commencement ceremony at Monrovia High School on June 2. The ceremony will follow all social distancing requirements and public health guidelines established for Los Angeles County.

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Monrovia Unified Develops Instructional Frameworks for 2020-21

Monrovia Unified School District’s elementary and secondary task force groups, in collaboration with District administrators, Monrovia Teachers Association, Parent Teachers Association and the California School Employees Association, developed an instructional schedule that provides structure and support for students and families. The distance learning schedule provides virtual instruction with teachers through Zoom or Google Classroom and also sets aside time for students to focus on enrichment opportunities and social-emotional well-being.

Monrovia Unified Offers Online Summer Intervention Program

Through a variety of online intervention summer programs that include Camp Read-A-Lot, Camp Infinity and Middle School Bridge, Monrovia Unified is helping students meet grade level proficiency and reach greater academic goals. The programs, which conclude on July 31, include reading and math intervention courses for elementary, middle and high school students.

Monrovia Unified Begins School Year with Distance Learning

Monrovia Unified’s Board of Education on July 14 announced that the District would start the school year on Aug. 19 with distance learning. The District will have the option to transition to a hybrid model when health conditions improve. The distance learning model will include daily, live interaction with teachers for instruction, progress monitoring and maintaining school connectedness. The program will also provide academic and socio-emotional support, and additional support for language acquisition, including the District’s dual language programs in Spanish and Mandarin.

Monrovia Unified Webinars Provide Reopening Information

Monrovia Unified School District held a series of webinars for parents and stakeholders regarding the District’s school reopening plan. The webinar discussed the possibility of having students attend school, but not in a traditional manner. Students will have days when distance learning is required with a rotating schedule with two cohorts. Plans for transportation, food services and cleaning schedules are still being finalized. Monrovia Unified’s first day of school is Wednesday, Aug. 19.

Monrovia Unified Offers Students Independent Study Options

Mountain Park School, a K-12 tuition-free Independent Study School option provided by Monrovia Unified School District, offers flexibility for students and families who need a non-traditional school schedule and program. Through Mountain Park School, Monrovia Unified provides students with a rigorous academic plan with a full curriculum that meets college admission requirements. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. To learn more or enroll, call (626) 471-3002.

Monrovia Unified’s Clifton Middle School Hosts Online Musical

Clifton Middle School theater students will take part in the school’s summer musical, to be hosted online at 7 p.m. Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27. The event replaces Clifton Middle School’s spring musical, canceled due to the extended school closures. The online musical will premiere on YouTube and Facebook

Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School Seniors Turn Their Tassels During Drive-thru Commencement Ceremony

Over 60 seniors from Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School were cheered on as they walked the stage to receive their diplomas during a drive-thru commencement ceremony on June 3 at Monrovia High School. When the ceremony began, cars lined up and graduates exited their vehicles with masks on and lined up 6 feet apart from one another. Teachers were invited on stage to share their memories of each student and ended with words of encouragement for the future.

Monrovia High School Celebrates Over 300 Graduates During Drive-thru Ceremony

Over 300 Monrovia High School seniors stepped out of vehicles, walked a green and white decorated stage, received their diplomas and turned their tassels during a drive-thru commencement ceremony at Monrovia High School on June 3. The very first graduate of the day was Vivian Fisher, who received an honorary diploma as she was unable to receive her diploma from the Class of 1938. Afterward, students lined up 6 feet apart and walked the stage as their names were announced through the speakers. Families drove next to the stage, taking photos and cheering for their graduate before making their way to a pick-up zone.

Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School Celebrate Class of 2020 with Drive-thru Ceremonies

Highlighting the achievements and successes of each student, Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School will celebrate the graduating Class of 2020 with a drive-thru commencement ceremony at Monrovia High School on June 2. The ceremony will follow all social distancing requirements and public health guidelines established for Los Angeles County.

Monrovia Unified to Host Drive-Thru Commencement Ceremonies

Monrovia Unified School District will celebrate the Class of 2020 during two days of commencement drive-thru events. Canyon Oaks High School and Mountain Park Independent Study School will celebrate seniors at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 2 at Monrovia High School, 845 W, Colorado Blvd., Monrovia. Monrovia High School will host its ceremony at 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 3 at Monrovia High School. Every student will be allowed to attend in one car, and only the student will exit the vehicle to walk the stage and receive his or her diploma. The graduates will then take their graduation photos, make their way back to the cars and drive through to the exit point. The plan put forth by Monrovia Unified adheres to all social distancing requirements and public health guidelines established for Los Angeles County.