Park Elementary School 5th grader Emily Obregon is the 1st place winner in the 3rd-5th grade category of the 2019 Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition.
In the San Gabriel High School auditorium, children and their families were singing and dancing; raising and lowering their hands with the performers. Instead of calling out, “Up, down!” last Saturday morning's cheer sounds like, "Arriba, abajo!"
The AUSD board wants to change from its current at-large system to a by trustee-district model but that would first require the approval by Alhambra voters of an amendment to the city's charter.
This is the second of six winning stories from our Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition. The competition invited all AUSD elementary school students to participate.
Educators and administrators from 17 districts in Los Angeles County attended a “Count Me In!” Census 2020 curriculum training event at the Almansor Court in Alhambra, Wednesday.
Una Ibranan’s “Letter to a Friend” is published today on Alhambra Source.
The blaze began in the Student Services Office of the A Building. Two offices sustained serious fire damage and the building will be out of commission for the rest of the school year. Classes at the school will resume as planned on Monday.
300 Musicians from Three High Schools – This is How Mark Trulson Prepares Alhambra’s Band For the 2020 Rose Parade
The Band Director has been teaching Music at Alhambra High School since 2003. 17 school years later, he's leading the AUSD Marching Band for the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1, 2020.
Delta Kappa Gamma awarded grants ranging from $240 to $500 to 14 AUSD teachers to advance both student and teacher development.
The board honored the Alhambra High School football team, led by coach Eric Bergstrom, which posted a 12-1 record losing only in the CIF semifinals. Several teachers were also honored for their pursuit of grants to aid their classroom work.