Whittier Public Library Sue Settlage, Vice President of Fundraising for WPL Foundation and Chair of the Renovation Campaign Even though the Central library is closed, the library continues to provide services. People can still use the library. Go online to request a book. Pick up at The Depot or Whittwood Branch curbside. Can still get a library card online. E-books, magazines, databases, films all available online. Reference desk is still staffed by librarians at The Depot or Whittwood
Whittier Union High School District Moves to Stage Three Reopening on April 27 Dear Whittier Union Community, From the very start of remote learning, Whittier Union’s focus has been to bring back students as soon as health and safety measures allowed. Early on, the District was able to establish a path toward reopening our schools, thanks to the tireless work of our staff. This Four-Stage Reopening Plan outlines our remote learning model and the various stages of our students return
2021 WHITTIER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SPONSORED BY ATHENS SERVICES AND REPUBLIC SERVICES Scholarship Criteria and Essay Writing Details: Theme: Environmental Sustainability on School Campuses Deadline: The due date for submission is Sunday, May 23, 2021, by 11:59 p.m. and must be submitted online or emailed. See Submission Guidelines for details on how to submit. Eligibility: The essay contest is open to college-bound graduating high school seniors. You must be a resident of the City of Whittier. The
WHITTIER – California High School senior Bryant Mendez Melchor is one step closer to fulfilling his dream of attending an elite university after receiving a $40,000 College Board Opportunity Scholarship, awarded to just 25 students from across the country. Mendez, a high-achieving scholar with a 4.55 GPA, will attend Stanford University and major in computer science. As a first-generation American, Mendez’s determination to succeed is inspired by his family and a deep compassion for helping
At WACC, we exist to bring Jesus to people and people to Jesus. Our mission is to create communities where every person is invited to gather in worship, grow in a small group, and to go serve our world. You can join us for worship gatherings on Sundays at 8 am, 9:30 am, 11 am, or 5 pm on our campus or online. Spanish translation, support groups, and programs from kids and students are also available. Whittier Area Community Church has been serving our community since 1971.
WHITTIER – Whittier Union students returned to campuses bedecked in colorful posters with messages of encouragement from April 6 to 9, marking the beginning of the District’s reopening for in-person instruction. Students lined up six feet apart in their designated entrances, where they were greeted by excited teachers, administrators and staff – some meeting their students for the first time. “I am so excited to be back in school today,” Frontier High School student Abygail Bruno said. “I am really
The Murphy Ranch Elementary PTA Golf Tournament is still being decided on regarding the date and we’d love to know if there will be enough community support if we decide to hold it depending on the dates. Please fill out this quick survey to help them out.
PIH Health Acquires Los Angeles Cardiology AssociatesWelcomes New Patients, Physicians and Medical Offices to its Network Whittier, Calif. (April 1, 2021) –PIH Health announced that it has acquired the nationally recognized Los Angeles Cardiology Associates effective April 1, 2021. With the acquisition, the 12 healthcare providers of Los Angeles Cardiology Associates are now part of its existing medical group, PIH Health Physicians. PIH Health adds an additional seven medical offices to its network which
Rob Marin, an agent with Keller Williams Larchmont, is dedicated to supporting his community. He has served as a board member and vice president of the Women's and Children's Crisis Shelter (WCCS), board member of the Rotary Club, ambassador for the Whittier Area Chamber (which includes mentoring high school students), member of the Agency Leadership Council and Diversity University Task Force at KW Larchmont, and member of the Whittier Pride Committee of 2020. Read more here!
We’re so excited to be new members of the Whittier Area Chamber of Commerce! If you have any questions about our service, please feel free to reach out to us. Our member directory page contains contact information, including our phone number: (844) 493-6249. Are you hoping to start a solopreneurial venture of your very own, but you aren’t sure where to begin? You might be surprised to learn it’s quicker and easier than it seems, especially if you don’t go it alone. In fact, you can form, run and
The Assistance League of Whittier is pleased to introduce the new board of directors for 2021. From left to right: Pat Beck, Janice Geiger, Pauline Williams, Linda Crowley - President, Linda Eagan, Rita Holmes, Jan Sprague, Marjorie Williams, & Lenore Remland. Welcome to the Assistance League of Whittier!
Whittier Union Schools Recognized by College Board for Diversity in Advanced Placement Program WHITTIER – The College Board has honored two Whittier Union high schools for expanding young women’s access to Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science classes, recognizing Santa Fe and Whittier high schools with its 2020 AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award. Santa Fe and Whittier received the award for fostering equal gender representation in AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) during the 2019-20
Registration is underway for the Whittier’s Shelter’s Right Hand 25th Annual “Stepping Out Against Domestic Violence” Virtual 5K Walk to benefit the Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter. On April 24, 2021, Hundreds of community members and Honorary Chairperson, Yosh (full name and title), will step out virtually in support of victims of domestic violence.Plan your own walk, run, cycle (or exercise of your choice) comparable to a 5K. We want to see you, so post your photos on our facebook page or