The Southeast ROP will provide students with exemplary and rigorous career technical education that will support academic achievement, enhance their economic success and provide business and industry with skilled and responsible employees
Date: Dec. 22 - Jan. 2, 2015
Classes & Offices Closed
Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
January 19, 2014
Classes & Offices Closed
Date: January 21, 2015
Location: SEROP Board Room 20
Two Artesia High School ROP Teachers Recognized by the Lakewood Foundation
Teachers Teresa Campbell, Theater Performing Arts, and Louis Felix, photography, each received $500 grant awards from the Lakewood Foundation. Mr. Felix will be purchasing five point and shoot cameras for students who do not have access to any type of digital cameras. Ms. Campbell will be using the award monies to purchase wireless microphones for theater performances. Thank you Lakewood Foundation!!
Artesia High School’s SEROP
FBLA Awarded $750 Grant
The Artesia High School Southeast ROP chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) was awarded a $750 grant from California FBLA for the 2014-2015 school year. This grant was provided by the Career Technical Education Initiative (SB 1070).
SB 1070 was designed in part to promote student achievement in college and career training in areas of projected economic and industry growth. This mission is supported each year as Artesia High School’s FBLA coordinates a number of on-campus business-related activities to include workshops, fundraisers, and community service projects. Each venture incorporates the many facets of business including marketing and promotion, finance, and personnel management.
FBLA is a national organization that develops students for leadership positions in business and industry. Student officers and members are well-versed in professional codes of conduct, attire, leadership, and competitive business practices through conferences, workshops, and active participation in FBLA activities.
The $750 grant will be used to provide four partial scholarships to chapter FBLA members who are in need of funds to supplement registration costs to leadership conferences and competitions. The grant will also support Advisor fees and operation costs including supplies and promotional materials to attract new members
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Engineering Program Receives National Recognition
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A Message from the Superintendent
In 1970, the Southeast ROP was formed as a collaborative of ABC Unified School District and Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District. Since that time, Southeast ROP has focused on providing rigorous career technical education to the adults and high school students of our community. We believe in academic excellence through career technical education. Our staff brings their expertise, quality instruction and dedication to teach students technical, academic and workplace skills that will lead to increased student success, immediate employment, continuing education and to rewarding careers.
We hope that you choose Southeast ROP to guide you and prepare you to meet your training, education and career goals.