Five Board of Education candidates participated in the Kids & Candidates Forum. They called for open communication and discussed the budget in the 2-hour webinar.
The Kids and Candidates election forum faced zero participation from incumbent Board of Education candidates. AUSD high school students stepped into the moderator's position and brought incumbents' participation with them.
Alhambra Unified's parent-district meetings online will continue into next month, discussing whatever topics participating parents bring up.
Two virtual Alhambra Candidates’ Forums will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 6 and Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020. The events will be conducted over Zoom. Both events are FREE and open to the public. 1) The Kids and Candidates Forum on…
AUSD presented to the school board overviews of instruction and support services available, on Tuesday night. The board will adopt the teaching plans at the next meeting.
Today is the first day of free meals. The announcement that schools may once again feed all children at no charge comes the week after many Alhambra institutions came together in an effort to reduce food insecurity.
AUSD administrators presented social justice and equity training program development, nondiscrimination policies and reviewed the first week of school.
St. Thomas Moore 8th Grader Sophia Nitta received an Honorable Mention in the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest. This story concludes the series.
AUSD finished the first week of school on Friday. The district is gathering resources for families and beginning a series of "community conversations" to listen to and address concerns from the community.
“From the Heart of a Seventh-Grader”: Connecting the 2020 Census to Technology and Educational Resources
Martha Baldwin 8th Grader Michelle Zhang is the 3rd Place winner of the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest. This is the second to last story of the series.