Recent Stories
A Trip Around El Monte and South El Monte to See its Past, Present, and Future

A Trip Around El Monte and South El Monte to See its Past, Present, and Future

The trip was an opportunity to see the great work being done and identify what is still needed in the community.
Seeking Change Through Collaboration

Seeking Change Through Collaboration

Collaborating with school officials and community organizations is key for the Youth Voices students to gain clarity on how they investigate and advocate for their community cause.
Quenching the Thirst in a Food Desert at Earthworks Farm

Quenching the Thirst in a Food Desert at Earthworks Farm

El Monte has been labeled a "food desert" -- and the 4.9-acre farm aims to put an end to that by providing the community with access to affordable and organic food.
L.A. Letters Year in Review, 2014

L.A. Letters Year in Review, 2014

This week L.A. Letters reviews many of the key developments of 2014 and also looks ahead at emerging trends for 2015.
Tamales and Scholarships: El Monte's Annual Tamalada Renews a Commitment to Education

Tamales and Scholarships: El Monte's Annual Tamalada Renews a Commitment to Education

El Monte community gathers for a night of tamales in celebration of education, honoring teachers and the memory of civic leader Bobby Salcedo.
The Hour of Code: Activating K-12 Computer Science Education

The Hour of Code: Activating K-12 Computer Science Education

The Hour of Code has activated an unprecedented computer science learning movement for students and teachers.
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