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Mrs. Bowman

October 23, 2018 by Laura Boiano (Register to contact)

I would like to find my counselor from Arroyo high school. If anyone knows how I can contact her, please let me know. Thank you. Rest in peace Mr. Pace. I will never forget what you did for me in high school. Thank you for everything. Laura Boiano

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Court case: Former Arroyo High student cut word ‘broken’ into skin after sex abuse from teacher  The Pasadena Star-News

Could El Monte Union High School District officials done anything to prevent former teacher Richard Paul Daniels from sexually abusing a student? Arroyo High ...

4 students say El Monte Union High District and principal failed to protect them from predator ex-teacher  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Four students allegedly molested by a former substitute teacher and track coach at Arroyo High School in 2016 have sued the El Monte Union High School ...

Jury awards woman $2M in damages after finding El Monte district negligent over sex-offender teacher  KABC-TV

A jury awarded $2 million in damages to a 21-year-old woman after it was determined the El Monte Union High School District was negligent regarding a ...

Arroyo High School  KCET

Arroyo High School in El Monte typifies the openness of California public architecture with its open breezeways that welcomes students and visitors to the single ...

Lawsuit Filed Over Teacher Sex Abuse Case in El Monte  NBC Southern California

A mother claims in a lawsuit that a local school district and administrators failed to protect her then 15-year-old daughter from the abuse of a teacher.

Arroyo High teacher gets 3 years for sexual relationship with student  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

EL MONTE >> A former Arroyo High School science teacher received a three-year prison sentence Thursday for having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old ...

Arroyo High School teacher accused of molesting El Monte student  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

EL MONTE >> An Arroyo High School science teacher and former head of the science department was arrested Tuesday for allegedly having a sexual ...

Arroyo High Wrestling Coach Ordered To Register As Sex Offender For Sex With Students

Wrestling Coach To Register As Sex Offender - Monrovia, CA - David Vaca Jr., 21, of West Covina, pleaded no contest to having sex with two students at Arroyo ...

Tex Meets Mex  KCET

I'm always fascinated by the food cultures that arise on national borders. Consider that fusion of Texas barbecue and Mexican spice we call Tex-Mex. In...

Tigers Varsity Football Team Goes Back to the Drawing Boards After 52-7 Loss  South Pasadena Review

South Pasadena News and Local Events - The South Pasadena Tigers varsity football team took a step back to the drawing boards as they were whipped by the.

High School Wrestling Coach Charged With Having Sexual Relationships With 3 Students in El Monte  KTLA

A man who was a wrestling coach at an El Monte high school has been charged with having sexual relationships with three female students, Los Angeles ...

Celebrate Native American culture at El Monte event  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The Los Angeles American Indian Community Council invites the community to its 11th annual Pow-Wow from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Arroyo High ...

El Monte Students Hold Vigil for Coach, Mentor Lost in Fatal Car Crash  KTLA

Students at Arroyo High School held a vigil Friday for a softball coach killed with two friends earlier this week after their car rolled over in Arcadia.

What Does The Teachers' Strike Look Like at Marshall High School?  KCET

At John Marshall High School, students sat around the auditorium during the first day of the teacher's strike. Outside the school's walls, the rain...

Police arrest South El Monte teenager on suspicion of killing his 17-year-old boyfriend  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Christina Amigon couldn't hold back tears Thursday evening, wondering what would motivate another person to kill her 17-year-old godson Jeremy Sanchez.

Behind the LA Teachers' Strike  KCET

Los Angeles educators are on strike, leaving elementary, middle and high schools without formal instruction until further notice.

El Monte Superintendent Nick Salerno abruptly resigns  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

EL MONTE >> El Monte Union High School District superintendent Nick Salerno abruptly resigned this week, effective immediately, with little explanation from ...

Trona Residents Face Challenges in Earthquake Aftermath  KCET

After major earthquakes on July 4 and 5 near Ridgecrest, residents of small towns like Trona are left to face structural damages and limited access to...

Re-connecting With Our Food: The Power of Good Food Policymaking  KCET

From our favorite bag of chips to grandma's recipes, we are surrounded by foods that bring us joy, comfort and make our mouths water. Yet, good food is more ...

City of Achievement: The Making of the City of South El Monte, 1955-1976  KCET

In Partnership with the South El Monte Arts Posse "East of East" are a series of original essays about people, things, and places in South El Monte and El Monte.

History  KCET

Watch a selection of recent KCET History programming.

The LA Teachers' Strike: Heather Vibbert  KCET

Heather and her husband are both LAUSD teachers. Their kids are LAUSD students. She's on the line today because her school has one counselor for 500...

Immigration Raids Expected in Los Angeles and Elsewhere on Sunday  KCET

Federal immigration authorities are expected to begin sweeps in Los Angeles and elsewhere Sunday to arrest undocumented immigrants named in ...

Thick and Viscous: California Oil Production Among the Dirtiest in the Country  KCET

California oil has lifted people out of poverty and helped the nation win wars but now the public is becoming increasingly aware of petroleum's role in...

June 20, 2019 - PBS NewsHour Full Episode  KCET

Thursday on the NewsHour, heightened tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalate even further after Iran shoots down a U.S. drone.

Aqeela Sherrills: The Homegrown Watts Peacemaker  KCET

Aqeela Sherrills is a Watts native who grew up around street gangs. As an adult, he decided to team up with other community members to build a more...

Keeping A Tasty Lunar New Year Tradition Alive with The Bánh Chưng Collective  KCET

With the annual convening of the Bánh Chưng Collective, Chef Diep Tran keeps a beloved Lunar New Year culinary tradition alive to multigenerational...

Do you live in one of El Monte’s ‘food deserts? Here’s where they are, and what some residents are doing about them  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

EL MONTE >> At the intersection of Lexington and Garvey avenues, One Stop Corner Market displays flashy signs over its doors. “*Fresh* Meat!” the signs say.

Pasadena City College offering tuition-free first year for local high schools students  The Pasadena Star-News

PASADENA >> Pasadena City College announced a new program on Wednesday that will allow local students to attend the college tuition-free for one year.

Memories of El Monte: Art Laboe's Charmed Life On Air  KCET

Laboe came to El Monte because regulations in the city of Los Angeles did not allow public dances for patrons under 18, who formed the core of Laboe's ...

Shadow of Drought: Southern California's Looming Water Crisis | Shadow of Drought: Southern California's Looming Water Crisis  KCET

While California recovers from the worst drought in state history, a myriad of impacts resulting from climate change threaten Southern California's imported water ...

Author of L.A.'s Architectural Bible, Robert Winter, Has Died  KCET

Cultural historian and co-author of the seminal, “An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles,” Robert Winter has died at the age of 94. His passing has left many ...

I am a Mexicano: The Legacy of Chicano Journalist and Activist Raul Ruiz  KCET

When Raul Ruiz took the witness stand to testify on the killing of Mexican American journalist Ruben Salazar, he showed Mexican Americans something they'd ...

April 19, 2019 - PBS NewsHour Full Episode  KCET

Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump blasts former advisers who told the special counsel's team he had tried to hinder their investigation.

Family Math Project Manager  KCET

The Family Math Project Manager is a grant-funded, full-time, exempt position.

Ventura County Helps Keep Farming Alive in Southern California  KCET

Ventura County is the nation's eleventh largest county in crop value, despite its close location to the country's second most populous city. How do...

Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: South El Monte and El Monte  KCET

The diversity of food found in South El Monte and El Monte is the product of over three decades of Asian and Latino working class folks co-creating a...

Big Bear Baby Eagle Death Sad But Not Surprising, Expert Says  KCET

As difficult as it may be for some humans to stomach, what's unfolding before our eyes on the Big Bear bald eagle live cam is not unusual.

Education Evaluation & Data Analyst  KCET

POSITION TITLE: Education Evaluation & Data Analyst DEPARTMENT: Education/Engagement REPORTS TO: Director, Early Learning STATUS: Two-year ...

10+ LOCAL stories that you need to read for Tuesday, May 14  Lompoc Record

The Paul Nelson Aquatic Center was the biggest beneficiary of federal funds recently doled out by the Santa Maria City Council to projects and community ...

Author Reflects on the Rise and Fall of L.A.'s Agriculture  KCET

For more than four decades, Los Angeles County was America's top agricultural producer. What happened? Author Rachel Surls gives readers a preview of her.

A Legend Is Born  KCET

Cecilia Chiang was born almost 100 years ago in a China that no longer exists. In 1960, she opened the acclaimed Mandarin restaurant, which revolutionized...

How to See the Super Bloom (Without Destroying It in the Process)  KCET

Here are six of the best places to witness the super bloom.

El Monte's Wild Past: A History of Gay's Lion Farm  KCET

Gay's Lion Farm in El Monte has been called the "Disneyland of the 1920s and '30s," but few traces of its wild past remain.

Docking Paychecks: The High Cost of Working as a Port Truck Driver  KCET

Since April 2014, port truck drivers have held 16 strikes at the L.A./Long Beach ports, often demanding to be reclassified as regular employees.

'Blue Sky Metropolis' Uncovers the Untold Story of Southern California's Aerospace Industry  KCET

A new four-part documentary mini-series from acclaimed filmmaker Peter Jones showcases a century of aerospace in Southern California and explores the...

L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer Sues Two Tax Preparation Firms  KCET

L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer today publicly detailed a civil lawsuit he has filed against two large national tax preparation companies for allegedly...

Viet Huong: Bringing Vietnamese Flavors to El Monte  KCET

The Vietnamese community in El Monte and South El Monte is small, but families like the Tran family are bringing their own flavors to the cultural mix,...

An Illustrated History of Aviation in Southern California (Part I)  KCET

Southern California has hosted some of the biggest events in aviation and has been a hotbed of innovation in space travel since the industry's birth....

Bobcat Den With Four Kittens Discovered in Westlake Village  KCET

Earlier this year, the National Park *Service* contacted a homeowner in Westlake Village, a community in northwest Los Angeles, with quite a discovery. The Park ...

Southland Avoids Major Damage from Two Large Quakes  KCET

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Urban search and rescue teams from the Los Angeles and Los Angeles County fire departments and Orange County Fire Authority were ...

'Brian Banks' to Screen at the Summer KCET Cinema Series on June 18  KCET

A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with actor Melanie Liburd, producer Amy Baer and the real Brian Banks.

Palos Verdes Peninsula Social Host Law Set to Become Permanent  KCET

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted today to permanently enforce a social host ordinance holding parents responsible for parties with...

Digital Producer  KCET

The Digital Producer will develop, coordinate and produce a variety of digital *content* supporting original series and national PBS campaigns including:...

In Search of Buried Histories in El Monte and South El Monte  KCET

Armed with a desire to insert the voices of Mexican migrant families into the official narrative, we set out to construct an archive for and with the...

'Framing John DeLorean' Races into the Summer KCET Cinema Series on June 11  KCET

A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with directors Don Argott and Sheena M. Joyce, and producer Tamir Ardon.

Traffic Collisions are a Growing Concern for Pedestrians in Los Angeles  KCET

From 2012 to 2016 more than 14200 pedestrians were injured in collisions on Los Angeles City streets and 439 pedestrians lost their lives.

'Brian Banks' Speaks the Truth at the 2019 Summer KCET Cinema Series  KCET

Following a screening of "Brian Banks," film subject/executive producer Brian Banks, actor Melanie Liburd and producer Amy Baer attended a Q&A hosted by...

Where to Explore Iconic 'Devilish' Places in SoCal  KCET

We so often attribute what confuses or challenges us to the devil. And judging by the nomenclature of many of our local natural features, SoCal is quite the ...

Five Things You Should Know About Our Justice System  KCET

A population as big as the state of Kansas are in prison. You may not know it, but the criminal justice system has immense impacts on our lives. Here are...

How Muscle Beach Started in Santa Monica — But Ended Up in Venice  KCET

Muscle Beach started near the Santa Monica Pier as a haven for Southern California fitness advocates, frequented by some of the most well-known names in...

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

El Monte community gathers for a night of tamales in celebration of education, honoring teachers and the memory of civic leader Bobby Salcedo.

Awkwafina Stars in 'The Farewell' at the Summer KCET Cinema Series on July 2  KCET

A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with writer/director Lulu Wang.

The Inventor  KCET

Nick describes the need for a chef to trust their instincts and the skills needed to further one's culinary passion. Dishes include: Salad Lyonnaise with...

Celebrate LGBTQ Month Throughout June on KCET and PBS SoCal  KCET

A full month of LGBTQ programming is coming to KCET and PBS SoCal in June!

Celebrate Presidents' Day with a Huell Howser Marathon!  KCET

Huell Howser leads a special Presidents' Day Marathon highlighting the best of "California's Gold" and "California's Parks."

How a Deadly Tsunami and Mysterious Boat United Two Cities Oceans Apart  KCET

The tragedy at Crescent City, CA not only led to better protective measures, but forged a bond with Rikuzentakata, a Japanese city that was also...

The Avocado: A History of the Fruit in California  KCET

There are hundreds of varieties of avocado, but the Hass is by far the most popular. It has a special relationship with California, which grows over 90%...

Los Angeles County's Forgotten Farming History  KCET

Farming was at the center of life in Los Angeles from the time of its founding in 1781, an aspect of local history important well into the mid-twentieth...

Where to Ride the Tiniest Trains of SoCal  KCET

Whether it's a petite commuter train or a scale railroad that runs in circles, there are plenty of ways to travel SoCal by train without having to go...

Seeds of Change: The Value of School Gardens in Education and Community Health  KCET

Gardening at school and at home can help foster healthy lifestyles and encourage healthy eating with more nutritious foods -- something that communities...

Días de los Muertos Around the World and its Role in Chicanx Culture  KCET

Often portrayed as a Mexican tradition, the practice of honoring the dead in early November is also part of other Latin American and European cultures....

The Informal Economy: Breaking the Prison-to-Poverty Pipeline in Oakland  KCET

In Oakland, where residents are still recovering from the crack epidemic and disinvestment that hit the city in the 1980s, formerly incarcerated residents...

In California, the Heat Is Already On  KCET

Scientists, doctors and some California politicians say climate change has arrived, and unless something is done to curtail it, the heat will continue to...

El Monte to host annual Holiday House event  San Gabriel Valley Tribune

EL MONTE – The city is transforming its community and senior centers into a “Holiday Winter Wonderland” for its 41st annual Holiday House event on Dec.

Llano del Rio: From Utopia to Ghost Town  KCET

The Llano del Rio commune offered a way out of the “circle the drain” life of most Americans. More importantly, it did so while forcibly demonstrating...

Where to Camp in Northern California in 2019  KCET

Thinking of camping upstate in 2019? Consider these stunning options.

Variety and PBS SoCal Announce New Season and Talent Line-up For Variety Studio: Actors On Actors  KCET

Actor lineup and schedule for the tenth season of Variety and PBS SoCal's EMMY®Award-winning Variety Studio: Actors on Actors.

El Monte's Hicks Camp: A Mexican Barrio  KCET

From the 1910s until its demolition in 1972, Hicks Camp was one of the most vibrant neighborhoods of El Monte.

'Yesterday' Brings The Beatles to the Summer KCET Cinema Series on June 25  KCET

There will be a pre-screening conversation with Beatles authority Martin Lewis.

Six Best Places to Start Exploring the Salton Sea  KCET

The once-popular and glamorous resort-town image of the Salton Sea is now shattered and scattered everywhere. Here are the six best places to explore this...

El Monte's Visions for a Healthier Community  KCET

El Monte and South El Monte residents share their ideas about how their community can become a healthier place to live, work and go to school.

From Small Farming to Urban Agriculture: El Monte and Subsistence Homesteading  KCET

Subsistence Homesteading project in El Monte and San Fernando gave select families the opportunity to supplement their income during the Great Depression.

From Redwoods to the Sea Along the Crescent City Harbor Trail  KCET

Along the Crescent City Harbor Trail, visitors can see two historic lighthouses, monitor the ocean for marine life and watch fishing boats enter the harbor.

The Enchanted Nuclear Robots of Disney's Tiki Room  KCET

In the early 1960s, Walt Disney proposed a Polynesian-themed restaurant featuring a musical floor show with trained birds. With technology purchased from...

Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert at the O2 | Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert at the O2  KCET

Celebrate the legendary musical with a stellar cast including Alfie Boe, Nick Jonas, Lea Salonga, Colm Wilkinson, Norm Lewis and Ramin Karimloo. Staged by...

Protecting Old-Growth Forests at Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park  KCET

What started as 157-acres of old-growth redwoods in 1925 has expanded into what is today the 31000-acre Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park.

Andria's Seafood, Ventura  KCET

Meet Andria Bargiel of Andria's Seafood at Ventura Harbor Village.

Rancho Mirage linemen: Little guys in the box score, big men on campus  The Desert Sun

The Rattler linemen may not have their own stats to prove it, but the team's success points to the crew's strength in the trenches.

Top Ten Places to Trace the Remains of Pasadena's Busch Gardens  KCET

Busch Gardens in Pasadena is long gone. But if you know where to look, you can still find traces of this lost garden paradise.

Urban Approach to Suburban Living: New Developments in El Monte  KCET

The last home on the block on Monterey Street in El Monte is a duplex apartment, neighboring a vacant lot on the corner with Valley Boulevard. The father of one ...

SoCal Wanderer  KCET

Explore the fantastic destinations and hidden gems of southern California.

Murals at El Monte Station: Martin Durazo  KCET

El Monte Station, Vamos Juntos, Martin Durazo, Artist | Photo courtesy of Metro (Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Bittersweet Fruit: El Monte's Berry Strike of 1933  KCET

It is difficult to characterize the El Monte Berry Strike as a tangible victory for the Mexican and working class communities; yet it served to awaken the...

Rush Street, South El Monte  KCET

Rush Street is hardly a destination or scenic route; and yet for me, this street has marked itself upon me, silently engrained its name in phantom scars....

After 20 years, California’s whale tail license plates remain one of state’s most successful environmental programs ever  The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

What started as a simple picture of a whale's tail emblazoned on a specialized California license plate decades ago has morphed into one of the most successful ...

Garvey Avenue from Alhambra to El Monte  KCET

This week L.A. Letters examines the vibrant landscape along Garvey Avenue from Alhambra to El Monte, passing through Monterey Park, Rosemead and South ...

Murals at El Monte Station: Vincent Ramos  KCET

Artist Vincent Ramos narrates the legacy of El Monte Legion Stadium in a four-panel mural at the El Monte Bus Station. With bold graphic qualities of a...

1181 Durfee Avenue: 1983 to 1986  KCET

A memoir of love, bmx bikes and arcades with South El Monte's Golfland as the setting.

A Community Erased: Japanese Americans in El Monte and the San Gabriel Valley  KCET

Today, there is almost no evidence of the Japanese American community that played such an important role in the early twentieth century development of El...

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