Ruedas for students

Alumna Julia Ruedas has been elected as a governing board member of the El Monte City School District and will be sworn in Monday. She said she plans to make decisions on behalf of the district that can positively impact the academic success of the students. Ruedas received her master’s in public administration from the University of La Verne in 2018. / photo by Celeste Drake
Alumna Julia Ruedas has been elected as a governing board member of the El Monte City School District and will be sworn in Monday. She said she plans to make decisions on behalf of the district that can positively impact the academic success of the students. Ruedas received her master’s in public administration from the University of La Verne in 2018. / photo by Celeste Drake

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