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LOS PELIGROS DEL VAPEO CON EL CIGARRILLO ELECTRÓNICO

Vapear es una tendencia que nos atañe a todos. La preocupación compartida acerca sobre la prevalencia del vapeo en nuestra comunidad nos inspiró a solicitar una subvención del estado para la educación para la prevención del uso del tabaco (TUPE) (por sus siglas en inglés) para los grados 6-12.
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A Message from the Superintendent: Reflections of 2019-2020

June 4, 2020

Dear Monrovia Unified Community,

Thank you for your patience and partnership during a very difficult year. Our mission is to provide a world-class education - despite unforeseen obstacles. We will continue to remain true to that mission as we plan for the 2020-2021 school year. Next year promises its own set of unique challenges which we will address methodically and collaboratively.
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Dr. Thorossian's May Superintendent Update

Dear Monrovia Unified Community,

The 2019-20 school year is quickly drawing to a close, and I find myself shocked that we have reached the end of May already. Since the beginning of our dismissal, I have missed our students, teachers, staff, and school community, but it has been wonderful to hear about our students’ many achievements even while on distance learning.
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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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A Message from Superintendent Dr. Katherine Thorossian

May 29, 2020

Dear MUSD Families,

Thank you for your partnership during this historic time. When dealing with the unknown, my first instinct is to research to learn from history. In the last few months, I have been reading about the Spanish Flu that ravaged the world from 1918-1920. I found very little online about how education was impacted and decided to look inward.
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