AUSD Board of Ed heard the health and safety plans for the fall. Even though the semester begins Aug. 12 with distance learning, the district is preparing for when students do have to return to the classroom.
Unless they qualify for free or reduced-price meals, families of Alhambra Unified will go back to paying regular prices in the '20-'21 school year. Applications must be filled out if not notified by the district of automatic enrollment. The SGV has additional food resources available to the community.
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.
Alhambra Unified plans for a virtual start to the 2020-2021 year. The board heard sample schedules, athletics plans and more from district officials Tuesday night.
Online Class recorded May 21, 2020. If your employment has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis, it’s hard to know what your rights are and which benefits are available – and it can be even harder to figure out what…
An Alhambra resident is named Cal State L.A.'s newest provost and vice president of academic affairs. José Luis Alvarado has focused his career on addressing inequity, helping under-resourced students and special education.
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 continues to wait on the county's COVID-19 guidelines, but is still putting two methods of instruction on the table: hybrid in-person/online or entirely online. Parents need to pick one.
AUSD Board of Education heard updated plans for reopening schools in the fall, budgetary shortfalls and how the next three school years might be affected. Parents are going to be asked to choose between two instructional methods.
The vehicular celebration events start June 4 and run through June 19 under strict public health guidelines. Violations of the guidelines risk cancellation of the entire program.