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!
Sponsors included Alhambra Source, AUSD and the Credit Union of Southern California. Attendees learned how to think about money, establish credit and chart a financial future in uncertain times.
Using state guidelines, Superintendent Denise R. Jaramillo outlined four possible scenarios to respond to the coronavirus. As of Tuesday night's meeting there were still no reported cases in AUSD schools.
The US Census Bureau estimates that roughly 7.5 million Californians live below the poverty line and an estimated 4.6 million struggle with food insecurity. While public schools may be free, new clothing and shoes for growing children, school supplies, snacks,…
“How Not to Be Broke,” presented by Alhambra Source and Royal Business Bank, offered smart tips on thinking about loans and using credit wisely.
The projects will save the district around $54,000 a year in electricity costs.
The Alhambra Teachers Association, Alhambra Unified School District and Alhambra Educational Foundation threw their second annual Read Across America event last Saturday.
The KidsZone Preschool Academy will officially open its doors the last week of April 2019, providing residents of Pasadena and Northeast Los Angeles a childcare and early-learning facility that emphasizes a culturally diverse and inclusive atmosphere.
To celebrate, founders Yvonne…
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.