The Board of Education of the Alameda Unified School District has developed a plan to select a new superintendent. The Board hired Eric Andrew and Juan Garza of Leadership Associates, an executive search firm, to advise during the process.
Back for its second year, “Political and Proud, Young Women Take the Lead” returns to celebrate the work of young women leaders in the Alameda community Tuesday, April 16, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The evening features a discussion with young women like Eman Khatri of Alameda High School, who earned Girls Inc. of the Island City’s Women Who Dare Teen Award and Amy Chu, an Encinal High School alum studying environmental economics and policy at UC Berkeley.
The Black Student Union (BSU) at Nea Community Learning Center hosted its second annual celebration of Black History Month March 1. Black History Month is celebrated in February every year to learn about African-American history and celebrate leaders of the community.
Four promising young scientists from the Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC) participated in the Golden Gate Science, Technology, Engineerying and Mathmatics (STEM) Fair and three received awards on Saturday, March 23, in Sausalito. Aidan Gleason, Michael Pham, Katherine Supremo and Emma Willoughby all qualified to attend the Golden Gate event by winning a first place ribbon at ACLC’s annual Science Fair, which was judged by UC Berkeley graduate students in December.
Alameda students are invited to enter the “Everyone Belongs Here” poster contest by Tuesday, April 30. The theme this year is “Every Pronoun Belongs Here.” Through original art and writing, entrants must use the pronoun she, he, they, ze, hir or co in place of formal names, and that regardless of that pronoun the individual is a part of the community, a citizen and accepts all citizens.