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Alameda Unified School District

Alameda Unified School District

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    AUSD's suspension of in-class instruction has been extended through May 1. Remote learning opportunities will begin April 6.

    Due to continued concerns about the spread of COVID-19, in-class instruction will continue to be suspended through May 1. 


    Formal remote learning opportunities will begin April 6. Families will receive information (including schedules and FAQs) about this on March 27. Spring break will proceed as scheduled the week of March 30 to April 3. 


    In the meantime, AUSD has developed both non-digital learning activities (meaning those that don't require computers or the internet) and digital learning activities (meaning those that require a digital device and internet access). These are meant to keep your students engaged while our educators are working on their plans for remote learning.  You can find those activities in AUSD's Online Learning Opportunities Portal, which you can find on the AUSD home page and your school's home page.


    Please continue to check your emails and text messages for important updates from AUSD, your school administrators, and your child's teachers.



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    covid-19 information

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


    AUSD Online Learning Opportunities Portal (digital and non-digital learning activities to keep students engaged until April 6, when Distance Learning Opportunities are launched).


    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).

    AUSD meals schedule as of March 23 

    Meals now available Tuesdays and Fridays,11 am to 1 pm at: Alameda Point Collaborative; Wood Middle School; and Earhart Elementary School.

    COVID-19 Resources for immigrants

    The California Immigration Policy Center has published a COVID-19 Resource Guide for Immigrants in California. The guide includes information about the current coronavirus pandemic, health insurance, worker's rights, and food access, with links to translations in many cases. 

    measure a update from superintendent scuderi and board president bonta

    On Tuesday, March 24, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters certified the results of the March 3 Presidential Primary. That certification confirmed that Measure A - a parcel tax designed to retain and attract AUSD teachers - has passed by 67.1%.


    Under state law, parcel taxes for school districts need to be approved by two-thirds of the voters, which is a very high threshold. While this vote demonstrated a surge of community members supported this measure, this vote was clearly very close, and we'd like to extend our deep gratitude to the more than 19,500 community members who used their vote to express their confidence in our work and their support for our employees, our students, and our schools. We would especially like to thank the many volunteers who worked to educate our voters about the measure and get out the vote in the final days of the campaign. 


    Now more than ever the deep integration between public school districts and their local communities is clear to us, and we pledge to continue to support the students and families of this island community to the very best of our ability moving forward.


    District Office Hours

    Monday - Friday

    8:00 ~ 5:00 

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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. 

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