At around 1PM, I was stopped in traffic, and there were a hundred to two-hundred students from Rosemead and El Monte walking south along Rosemead Boulevard, turning left on Garvey. (Unfortunately, I don't have a photo.) They had signs from the weekend protest, a couple Mexico flags, and a few banners calling for legalization and amnesty. People were calm, and some honked. Coffee drinkers came out of starbucks and lunch eaters came out of the lunch restaurants to check out the ruckus.
Garvey, the street they were walking through, has a high concentration of working class immigrants. It's also an area that gets neglected by the cities (of Rosemead and El Monte) who treat it like the poor second cousin to the (slightly) more affluent Valley Blvd. (The effect would have been heightened if the long-vacant Burger King building on the corner hadn't recently turned into a coffee shop and cellphone store.)
The only concern for me was that I didn't see any Asian kids, as there are many Asians in some of the nearby schools. They wouldn't get affected so much, but there needs to be some mutual support because if the law passes, it'll eventually affect them as well, particularly in the communities situated along the 10 freeway corridor.
Chicano and Latino students, however, suffer the greatest from disparities in society. The linked PDF is a report on educational disparities in the 49th district. They have good a reason to walk out and raise a stink.