The Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) will continue to serve free breakfast and lunch to all children and young adults 18 years and younger during summer vacation. The district will serve breakfast through tomorrow from 8 to 9 a.m. at Alameda High School, 2201 Central Ave., and Ruby Bridges Elementary School, 351 Jack London Ave.
Breakfast will be served through Friday, Aug. 19, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., at the Boys and Girls Club, 1900 Third St., and from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Alameda Point Collaborative (APC), 677 West Ranger Ave.
The Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) and the Alameda Education Association (AEA) reached a tentative agreement on June 8 to end a negotiation process that was almost declared an impasse.
The 11th-hour deal was struck after both sides decided to have one last meeting before both sides declared they would walk away from the negotiation table and request the Public Employment Relations Board declare an impasse (“Teacher’s Union at Odds with School District” June 9.)
The Alameda Sun received a copy of an email that Encinal Junior and Senior High School Principal Kirsten Zazo sent to parents warning of scavenger hunts “that could involve illegal activities.” Zazo stated in her email that high school students in both Oakland and Alameda were planning these hunts to “earn points for filming themselves performing a variety of dangerous and illegal activities in different locations in the East Bay.”
Zazo also stated that the students plan to post these videos to social media.
See Fordson: Faith, Fasting, Football free as part of panel on acceptance
A free event featuring a screening of the award-winning film Fordson: Faith, Fasting, Football, has been scheduled for Monday, April 11, at Kofman Auditorium. The forum titled “Muslim Students in America” is hosted by the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) and the city’s Social Service Human Relations Board (SSHRB). Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and the program will begin at 7 p.m.
I agree with one statement Patti Wilczek, the executive director of the charter management organization for NEA and ACLC) made in her op-ed piece (“Dispelling Charter School Myths,” March 17). There’s evidence of a new trend regarding charters.
In February, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced that a potential ballot measure, the Elimination of Charter Schools Initiative was cleared to collect petition signatures for possible inclusion on the November 2016 ballot. It’s not yet clear if proponents of the measure have the backing or resources to qualify or launch a campaign for passage. But I’m concerned about this trend and want to take this opportunity to clarify what charter schools are — and what they are not — to dispel some common myths.
High school students in Alameda can learn about college, career, summer jobs, and internships from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, Friday, March 18, at the second annual Alameda Unified School District Career Pathways and Youth Job Fair. The fair will be held at the Encinal High School gymnasium, 210 Central Ave.
Alameda Unified School District has announed its Youth Career and Job Fair is slated for 3 to 5 p.m., Friday, March 18, at the Encinal High School gymnasium, 210 Central Ave. The event is free to all public high school students in Alameda.
Students have the opportunity to apply for local summer jobs and paid internships, talk to representatives from local colleges and explore opportunities in vocational education.
Do you know a teacher who goes above and beyond in and out of the classroom? Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) is now accepting nominations for its Teacher of the Year program. Designed to honor and recognize excellent teachers in AUSD, the Teacher of the Year award has in past years gone to a wide range of teachers. These include: