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Superintendent's Letter to the Lum Community

Following the May 23 Board of Education vote to remove students from the Lum Elementary School campus in 2017-18, Superintendent Sean McPhetridge sent this letter to families and staff at the school.

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Lum Elementary School Seismic Issue

Structural engineers have determined that Lum Elementary School may not be safe for long-term use because the soil on the campus would be subject to significant liquefaction during a strong earthquake. You can find more information on this web page. 

May 22 and May 23 Board of Education Meetings

At its May 23 public meeting, the Board of Education heard presentations on innovative programs proposed for William G. Paden Elementary and Ruby Bridgethe s Elementary and on the 2017-18 budget. The board approved the schematic designs for Bay Farm Elementary and Ruby Bridges Elementary. (The board approved both of those.) That agenda is here.

 

At its May 24 meeting, the board heard presentations on the updated analyses of the seismic issues at Lum Elementary School and approved a resolution to remove the students from the campus. The board also heard a presentation on possible scenarios for re-assigning Lum students to other elementary schools. That agenda is here.

Upcoming Measure I Modernization Meetings

Monday, June 5, 4 pm: Haight Elementary School Design Meeting

Tuesday, June 6, 3:30 pm: Lincoln Design Meeting

Parent Survey 2016-2017

As part of our work to improve our educational services, we're asking AUSD families to take a brief survey about their experiences with our schools. The deadline to submit ...more

Emma Hood Pool Temporarily Closed

The pool at Alameda High School is temporarily closed due to damage to the steps. As of May 1, AUSD's Maintenance, Operation, and Facilities Department is talking to contractors about the best way repair or replace the steps.

Special Education Strategic Planning Group

AUSD has convened a working group to create a three- to five-year Special Education Strategic Plan. You can find information on the plan, the team, and the meetings here. 
  

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Family Engagement Programs

Black Achievers Alliance Round Table Meeting

May 30, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. At AUSD District Offices

 

Know Your Rights Workshop --City of Alameda

May 31, 2017 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Ruby Bridges MPR

Printable event flyer in English and Spanish (interpretation provided)

 

Alameda Family Enrichment Speakers Series
Imagine a World Without Hate
May 31, 2017 from 7:00-8:30 at Edison Elementary MPR
Printable event flyer | RSVP: http://bit.ly/SpeakerSeriesRSVP

 

ALCANCE

AUSDs Latino Achievement Round Table 
June 7, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. At AUSD District Offices