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.
In “Where Are You From?”, a Marguerita Elementary Student Faces Tough Questions On His First Day of School
Marguerita Elementary 7th Grader Jaintao Yu recalls his nervous first day of school and the complicated questions he prepared for about his language and his roots.
In “My Mother at 13: A Vendor in El Salvador,” a Garfield Elementary Student Introduces Her Mother to the World
Next up in the Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition, Garfield Elementary 8th Grader Allison Gonzalez details why her mother is hardworking, intelligent, and brave.
Still No Coronavirus in SGV: AUSD Sticking With Health Facts as Petition Emerges Urging Suspension of Classes
A change.org petition has 14,000 unverified signatures but with no coronavirus cases in the SGV, AUSD is working with public health departments and using public health guidelines in monitoring the situation.
Four classrooms were damaged in the fire in the A Building at Alhambra High School. Teacher Jayson Pineda reflects on revival and renewal in the face of loss.
Cassidy Chew thinks being an architect will allow her to draw and make buildings look cool. We will publish the rest of the winners of the Alhambra Source Storytelling Contest each Thursday over the next two weeks.
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.