Distance learning caught everyone off guard. Students, teachers and administrators within the AUSD continually try to connect virtually, but is that enough?
Former Alhambra Source publisher Jon Thurber will be honored on Nov. 17 by AUSD with the California School Boards Association’s Golden Quill Award for his extensive reporting on the district and public education.
Measure G was left off of the ballot for some. Discussions on how to move forward are ongoing between the city, district and county.
The school district has reconstructed its food services during the pandemic to serve all children, regardless of enrollment. Curbside pickup is available at each school site, and with the help of the transportation department, seven bus stops in South San Gabriel and Rosemead.
Alhambra Unified's Food and Nutrition Services team works for weeks on a meal before the food gets to kids' stomachs. The central kitchen at the district office has adapted its operations as demand for food has sharply increased since the pandemic began.
AUSD may see three new faces on their five-member school board. The potential victories signal a turning tide in Alhambra’s politics.
Preliminary results show Alhambra voters passed both measures on the ballot. Some of the races were tighter than others.
Alhambra Unified administration reviewed health guidelines and recommended students continue distance learning through the month of January, at which point it will reevaluate. They also detailed actions of the distance learning plan.
This election, California voters have the chance to reinstate affirmative action. Opinions on the ballot measure, Proposition 16, are as polarized as ever.
Alhambra Source reached out to each candidate asking for a biography, platform statement and a few reader-generated questions. Read all of the City Council and Board of Education candidate statements.