On a particular Thursday at Monte Vista Elementary, parents, as they would every school day, scrambled to get their kids ready for school. The difference on this day was that the parents of the children in Monte Vista’s Korean Immersion class made their preparations at school, getting their kids dressed in traditional clothing […]
By Jason KUROSU
A study of 700,000 English language learners in 1997 found that students in two-way bilingual Immersion classes performed better than students in other English language learner programs and in some cases, better than Native English speaker students in English by fourth and fifth grade.
This type of dual immersion program has found its way […]
By Brandon HENSLEY
This upcoming school year at Monte Vista Elementary School, it won’t be where the sidewalk ends, but rather where it finally begins.
Construction on a new sidewalk started this week just northwest of the school located at 2620 Orange Ave., at El Adobe. Previously, children walking eastbound on the north side of the street […]
By Mary O’Keefe and Robin Goldsworthy
A Monte Vista kindergartener has died after a vehicle being pursued by Los Angeles Police Department officers on Thursday night struck her.
The pursuit began about 6:30 p.m. after police witnessed a drug deal at Foothill and Van Nuys boulevards, said Officer April Harding, an LAPD spokeswoman.
Three suspects were in the […]
It may be a bumpy road ahead for travelers of the 2600 block of Orange Avenue as the Crescenta Valley Town Council ponders recommending the installation of speed bumps in front of Monte Vista Elementary School.
The speed bumps were the major topic of discussion at the most recent CV Town Council meeting held on Thursday […]