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The Board of Education has adopted an official grading resolution for the 2020-21 school year. Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a letter from AUSD Superintendent Denise Jaramillo summarizing the resolution, which covers all grade levels but most significantly impacts grades 9-12. The letter includes embedded links to the full resolution and presentation slides embedded in the letter. (04/28/21: Updated to include translations)
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a statement from Superintendent Denise Jaramillo regarding the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. (Note: 04/22/21 Update: Translations Added.)
We know the changes to the Bus Stop distribution has been challenging for some of our families. We have made an adjustment, that we hope will help! Beginning next WEDNESDAY, April 21st, we will resume SIX bus stop locations once a week. HOWEVER, they will serve a large box (5 breakfasts and 5 lunches), along with a whole pizza for suppers (similar to the box we distribute before a long break). Current meal service (with the one bus/truck stop) will still occur on Monday, April 19th. Beginning Wednesday, April 21st, our new once/week bus distribution will begin. This will NOT effect regular meal service on Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays (12:00pm-1:00pm) at our school sites. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download flyers with more detailed information. Please reach out if you have any questions!
The Los Angeles Times asked Southern California students about their experiences during the pandemic. AUSD students from Mark Keppel High School and San Gabriel High School were part of this important feature. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to read what Raven Ferrer & Kendall Tam (MKHS) and Emily Chen & Ryan Fung (SGHS) had to say about this past year. (Read the entire LA Times article at: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-04-10/in-their-own-words-high-school-students-describe-their-covid-year-as-they-return-to-campus-for-the-first-time)
We are excited to begin welcoming some of our students back to campus for In-Person Learning. Please remember to complete the Qualtrics Symptoms Screener for your child each day, and be prepared to show a screenshot (or printout) of your "green checkmark" upon arrival. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a copy of the QR code graphic or go to the URL: https://tinyurl.com/AUSDQualtrics. We are looking forward to seeing students on our campuses!!! (Thank you to #YnezSchool for the use of their graphic!)
We are very excited to announce that our high school seniors will have IN-PERSON commencement ceremonies to celebrate their graduation! Comprehensive high schools (AHS, MKHS, and SGHS) will hold their ceremony at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, while Independence High School will hold their ceremony at San Gabriel High School's Stadium. All high schools will ALSO have a drive-thru celebration. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a document with all the graduation celebration dates and make sure to mark the on your calendar. High school principals will communicate with seniors and their families with more details in the near future.
High School Parents: You should have received an email announcing AUSD's plans to bring back athletic activities for our high school students. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download the letter if you did not receive it. (03/11/2021 - Updated to include translations.)
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Please click on the headline for a statement from AUSD and the Board of Education condemning the recent increase in violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Click on the headline to view the ABC7 News segment by Marc Cota-Robles about our employee vaccination clinic on March 2nd at MKHS.
Please click on the headline to view the segment (in Mandarin) by China Press' Gigi Lee on the AUSD Vaccination Clinic on March 2nd.
Please click on the headline to access the Superintendent's latest letter to the community, which was sent home to parents and staff members earlier this evening. (2/17/21: Document was updated and now includes translations in Chinese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.)
Based on an extensive analysis of student data, the ERP Honor Roll recognized 28 districts and 2,568 schools that demonstrated high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement over time, and reduction in achievement gaps. For high schools, Honor Roll recognition also includes measures of college readiness in students. Click on the headline for a list of recognized schools and awards.