The loaned computers were tested, cleaned and wrapped in plastic bags with each student's name on them. The process is logistically complex but the district has more devices on hand to loan.
The AUSD lunch program for all district students will continue next week at three elementary schools. Distance Learning opportunities will begin officially in the district on Monday. And it was announced that school closures would be extended to May 5.
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Meeting in special session, the board's vote grants paves the way for efforts to obtain new state and federal funding. It also gives Superintendent Denise R. Jaramillo expanded authority in daily matters.
The AUSD board approved the closure plan during an emergency meeting Friday. More that 16,500 students from four cities will be affected.
In a letter to families and staff, Superintendent Denise Jaramillo announces that all non-essential events that bring students or members of the community together will be either cancelled or postponed. The guidelines are effective Thursday and run through April 12.
Garfield Elementary Welcomes Turnaround Arts CA, AUSD Alums Steve Padilla and Malissa Feruzzi Shriver
AUSD alumnae Steve Padilla and Malissa Feruzzi Shriver returned for Turnaround Arts CA workshops at Garfield Elementary. Padilla presented the "art of storytelling" and shared his Alhambra experiences with the students.
Coronavirus Update: County Officials, AUSD and Garvey Superintendents Host Public Health Presentation
The key takeaway from coronavirus meeting: wash your hands, stay home if you're sick and the flu remains the biggest threat. There are no new coronavirus cases in L.A. County, and just 15 nationwide.