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Alameda Unified School District

Alameda Unified School District

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    AUSD Schools to Start in Distance Learning on August 27

    Alameda Unified School District will open all classes in distance learning on August 27, 2020. Students in the Remote Learning Program will do 100% online learning for the whole year. Students in the Flexible Learning Program will begin the year in the distance phase and return to campus for in-person instruction when the public health situation is safe enough to do so.

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    AUSD TO OPEN IN DISTANCE LEARNING 

    Due to the sharp increase in local COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, AUSD will be opening in distance learning this fall.

     

    Superintendent Scuderi made this recommendation to the Board of Education at its July 17 public meeting. That day, Governor Newsom also announced that only schools in counties that have been off the state's monitoring list for 14 days can open in person. Alameda County is currently on that list.

     

    The Board of Education formalized this opening decision at a special meeting on July 22.  

     

    You can find more details on our Planning for 2020-21 web page.

       
     
             

    AUSD summer meals program

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    Starting June 9, meals will be available Tuesdays and Fridays,11 am to 12 pm at: Alameda Point Collaborative; Wood Middle School; and Earhart Elementary School. 

    COVID-19 INFORMATION

    AUSD Coronavirus Hub (up-to-date information about AUSD's response to COVID-19, plus links to credible outside resources).

    Distance Learning Support for Parents/Guardians (links to tutorials on using distance learning platforms, plus helpful articles about supporting and talking to your children during this time).

    COVID-19 Resources for Special Education Families (letters, FAQs, and links to more information about special education services during coronavirus)

    COVID-19 Mental Health Resources (links to providers and services for students and families)

    Comprehensive List of Services (includes links to city, county, and state services, including unemployment, mental health, financial, and parenting resources).

    AUSD Teacher Training Page (self-guided curriculum to help educators make the transition from in-person to online learning. This is a self-guided curriculum.)

    Coronavirus Information for Employees (resources specifically for staff, including self-care tips, payroll and leave guidance, and employee bulletins).

    Planning for 2020-21 (comprehensive resources on the options and considerations for next year, including FAQs, Board of Education presentations, and links to background information).

     

     

     

    Upcoming community meetings

     

    • August 7 (2:30 pm) - Mayor's Town Hall with Superintendent Scuderi and Board President Mialisa Bonta
    • August 11 (6:30 pm) - Board of Education meeting
    • August 27 (5:30 - 6:30 pm) DELAC Town Hall

     

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    About AUSD

    Serving Alameda children since 1855, the Alameda Unified School District’s mission is to effectively use our limited resources to ensure that every child succeeds. We believe that our diverse community of students, given a rigorous academic program in an inclusive, safe and secure environment, will be prepared to be responsible citizens.

    The district, which serves about 9500 students, has a wide range of school offerings, including a preschool, nine elementary schools, four middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, a continuation high school, an Early College High School, and an adult school. Approximately 18% of students are English language learners, reflecting the richness of cultures represented in our island city.

    We are very proud of the high quality education our staff provides. U.S. News and World Report  has recognized Alameda and Encinal High Schools as two of the top 1500 high schools in the nation. Our schools have also received gold, blue, and green ribbon awards from both the California and U.S. Departments of Education, and our graduates go on to a wide range of colleges and universities, as well as apprenticeships and jobs. 

    Fast Facts

    Schools

    16

    AUSD LCAP

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    Enrollment

    9500

    Percentage of Unduplicated Students

    33

    Superintendent

    Employees

    1,100

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    Board of Education