The 2020 census end date is Sept. 30. Census workers will be knocking on the doors of the addresses from which they did not receive a response. Until the next count in 2030, the mandatory population count determines how much money is distributed to the community.
“Participating in the Census is the First Step to Better Representation for Minorities in the U.S.” by Repetto 8th Grader Kaitlyn Cao
Repetto 8th Grader Kaitlyn Cao is the 2nd Place winner of the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
Monterey Highlands 7th Grader Kristine Sy is the 1st Place winner of the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
In “What on Earth is the Census?,” 3rd Grader Hana Minami Underscores the Importance of this Year’s Count
Marguerita Elementary School 3rd Grader Hana Minami received an honorable mention in the 3rd-5th Grade category of the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest. Her story "What on Earth is the Census?" offers a summary of how the census supports education funding.
Local 3rd Grader Ivory Razo Wants the Census to Support Students with Disabilities, Help Low-income Households, and Promote Recycling
St. Thomas More Catholic School 3rd Grader Ivory Razo is the 3rd Place winner of the 3rd-5th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
AUSD teacher José Sanchez invited U.S. Rep. Judy Chu to talk with his summer school students about the census. The deadline for responding to Census 2020 has been extended to Oct. 31. Reply online, by phone or mail.
This Fremont Elementary 5th Grader Wants You to Know that “Everyone Matters!” When it Comes to the 2020 Census
Fremont Elementary 5th Grader Sophia Covarrubias wants you to know that census affects everyone in the community. She is the 2nd Place winner of the 3rd-5th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
In “Persuading My Parents to Fill Out the U.S. Census,” this Monterey Highlands 4th Grader Lays Out the Importance of this Year’s Count
This week’s 2020 Census Storytelling story, “Persuading My Parents to Fill Out the U.S. Census” by Estevan Sayon, is authored by a fourth-grade student at Monterey Highlands Elementary. He reviews the census facts that convinced his parents to be counted this year.
Alhambra Source and AUSD Have Announced the Eight K-8 Winners Of the 2020 Census Storytelling Contest
In partnership with AUSD, the Alhambra Source is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Census Storytelling Contest, which was open to all elementary school students in Alhambra and the Western SGV. Meet the eight local students today!
In the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic it is easy to lose track of important obligations like the census. But the count is vital for the region's economic future.