Alhambra High School hosted a series of events last week as part of the national immigration rights movement, "ComingOut of the Shadows Week." Students, teachers, and community leaders came together to listen to students share their immigration stories, stand in solidarity, and highlight the resources provided by the school’s Dream Center.
Parents, volunteers, Alhambra’s mayor, the superintendent of AUSD, members of the school board, and other community leaders came together to read to the 448 students at Emery Park Elementary School, and celebrate “Reading is Magic”.
Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund and the Asian Pacific Community Fund announce student scholarship!
Hello! We are pleased to announce that the Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund (TASF) and the Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) has 10 – $5,000 scholarship awards to give to eligible high school seniors or first-year college students, as well as…
The Alhambra Latino Association is now accepting applications for one of several $1,000 scholarships from Latino high school seniors in the Alhambra Unified School District. Applications must be submitted by Friday, March 8 at 3 p.m. to Monica Marquez at…
Funding for low-performing students and teacher and employee union negotiations will also be discussed.
On Thursday February 7, 2019 Alhambra Source joined over 1,000 AUSD students and parents for the district’s 4th annual Career Fair.
Wing Ho resigned his position on Alhambra's planning commission before his official appointment to the Alhambra Unified School District's Board of Education on Tuesday evening.
Wing Ho will be officially appointed to the school board on Jan. 29.
The deal includes a pay raise, smaller class sizes and hiring more library, counseling and nursing staff.
Alhambra City Councilmembers Adele Andrade-Stadler and Katherine Lee also demonstrated in support.