Los Angeles AMAE Chapters Honor Garfield High School Student Dalia Hurtado
July 9, 2020 – The Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE) Los Angeles Chapters honor Garfield High School student Dalia Hurtado (LA Times, “Girl with family in two places,” June 30, 2020 http://enewspaper.latimes.com/infinity/article_share.aspx?guid=da7c58e8-0953-4744-a382-708185fefbb1)
DALIA HURTADO kicks for the Garfield High football team and plays four other sports to stay busy, but a deadly virus offers another challenge. (Gabriella Angotti-Jones Los Angeles Times)
Congratulations to Oxnard Chapter!!
AMAE Oxnard celebrated their 1st Annual Ventura County Speech Competition on Oct. 11. Students from Ventura County School Districts were invited to participate in the event.
A full house celebrated students at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center surrounded by special performances by Danza Mexicayotl of Ventura and Oxnard High School Mariachi.
AMAE Oxnard was honored special guest speaker Mr. Joe Mendoza delighted and educated guests with a brief history of his early years in Oxnard. Mr. Mendoza, an educator for over 62 years, is also one of the founding fathers of the Oxnard Chapter.
Visit their Facebook page at AMAE Association of Mexican American Educators – Oxnard Chapter for more photos and video clips.
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