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  3. Hacienda La Puente Unified School District - Wikipedia

    The Hacienda La Puente Unified School District Board of Education is composed of five members, elected every four years. The elections are held in November of even-numbered years and are elected by geographical district effective starting with the 2022 elections. References [ edit] ^ "District - Demographics".

  4. Los Altos High School (Hacienda Heights, California) - Wikipedia

    The school was founded in 1958 as the second of seven high schools in the former La Puente Union High School District. It is now one of four high schools in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District, which was created in 1970 by a vote of the electorate unifying four high schools and the Hudson Elementary School District.

  5. Workman High School - Wikipedia

    The first official day of the basketball season, the Lobos varsity basketball team practiced after midnight, and slept the night in the gym. The midnight practiced began under coach Rich Skelton in 1974 (for five years) and was revived in 1982 with coach Tim Stimpfel. Four of five of these years Workman won league.

  6. Glen A. Wilson High School - Wikipedia

    Glen A. Wilson High Schoolis a public high school located in Hacienda Heights, California. It is one of two high schools located in the unincorporated community, and one of four in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District. Wilson was ranked 333 out of 804 in Newsweek's 2003 web-exclusive extended list of top U.S. public high schools.[4]

  7. SUV plows into Wisconsin Christmas parade; multiple injuries

    Police in Waukesha, located about 20 miles west of Milwaukee, were urging people to avoid the downtown area. A live video feed of the parade from the city of Waukesha, as well as videos taken by...

  8. List of the oldest public high schools in the United States

    The list does not include schools that have closed or consolidated with another school to form a new institution. The list is ordered by date of creation, and currently includes schools formed before 1870. Boston Latin School (1635), Boston, Massachusetts [2] [3] Hartford Public High School (1638), Hartford, Connecticut [4]