Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 104 (Gonzalez) on July 1, 2021. The bill provides for a limited process to request that high school grades earned during the 2020-21 school year be changed from a letter grade to Pass or No Pass. This process applies only to students attending high school during the 2020-21 school year, and the process must be completed before August 16, 2021. Click here to view the notification.
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AUSD will be hosting COVID-19 Safety Parent Informational Meetings on August 4th (for grades 9-12) and August 5th (for grades TK-8) to review our preparation, the protocols we have implemented, and to answer questions you may have. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a PDF of the flyer with embedded links for the meetings and to pre-submit a question. Translation / interpretation will be available. Recordings of the meetings will be posted on the District's YouTube channel for those who are not able to attend.
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to view the recording of the AUSD Instructional Programs (Virtual Learning Option) - Gr. 9-12 Parent Zoom Meeting from July 29, 2021.
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a copy of the presentation from Thursday, July 29th.
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to view our AUSD Instructional Programs (Virtual Learning Option) - K-8 Parent Zoom Meeting from July 27, 2021.
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO download a copy of the presentation from Thursday, July 29th.
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO download a letter from AUSD Superintendent Denise Jaramillo, which contains important information about our instructional programs for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. There are several embedded links in the letter, so please make sure to click on them to read the access the other documents/sites.
Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a copy of the official parent notification of the availability of an Independent Study program for the 2021-22 school year.
Did you know that families may qualify for a FREE $500 college savings account (per child) and other important benefits? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to access the page with more information and the application.
We are excited to announce that ALL students in the Alhambra School District will be eligible to receive free meals during the 2021-22 school year. Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to find out more information about our Food & Nutrition Services division. Menus and other information will be posted on their site when they become available.
CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to be redirected to the District's YouTube page, where you can see tribute videos to our employees of the year: - Classified Employee: Roxanne Venegas, Cafeteria Manager at SGHS - Teacher: Virginia Vasquez, English Teacher at SGHS - Manager: Lindsey Ma, Director - Student/Employee Welfare TK-8 Congratulations to these amazing employees!
The FCC has launched a temporary program to help families and households struggling to afford Internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. For eligible households, EBB provides up to $50 monthly credit for broadband service, and a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a device from participating providers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to access more detailed information.
Please see attached memo from our Student Employee Welfare division in response to the recent news about vaccinated persons and the wearing of masks. (NOTE: Updated to include translated versions.)
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)
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.
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