It is time to celebrate! Continuing a long streak, for the 8th time in 9 years JMMS Pickled Blueberry Licorice Engineering Team advances to the Southern California FIRST LEGO League Championships. The JMMS Team also won the 3rd Place Award for its Innovation Project Concept.
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Innovation award
Hope to see you this Sunday at JMMS for the 6th Annual Alpine American Indian Education Gathering.
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
AIPC
Super proud that KPBS has recognized our Transitional Kindergarten program as a model program for the state. #AUSD Proud! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2pTy3-oe_s
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Super proud that KPBS has recognized our Transitional Kindergarten program as a model program for the state. #AUSD Proud! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2pTy3-oe_s
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Very proud that KPBS was filming at CELC showcasing our early learning program and identifying our Transitional Kindergarten program as a model for other districts in the state.
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
KPBS filming
Veterans Day -Honoring All Who Served
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Veterans Day
JMMS Engineering team, Pickled Blueberry Licorice, did it again! 1st place in robot design and 2nd place in robot performance. What an achievement! We are so proud of them!
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
JMMS engineering team
Our JMMS Engineering team, Pickled Blueberry Licorice, is rocking it today! Final competition of the day begins shortly! Go team!
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Engineering team
JMMS First Lego League team, Pickled Blubbery Licorice, preparing for their competition on Saturday. Good Luck to the Team and their Robot, Pickles! 😂
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Pickles
DELAC meeting is November 9.
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
DELAC
We are please to announce the launch of the Alpine Union Academy, a free after-school tutoring and enrichment program for Alpine Union students. In grades TK-2nd grade, our focus will center around early literacy, while grades 3rd and above will focus on supporting math. To support our students in our dual language program, tutoring will also be available in both English and Spanish. Tutoring will be available Monday - Thursday from 3:00 - 6:00 PM. We anticipate the Alpine Union Academy starting in November. To gauge your interest, please fill out the survey link below by Monday, October 31st, if you would like your child to participate. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1i_jU2IVXzVBhchr7Ixh3HGEdroj3MrNZ9sqBCo6Kof8/edit
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Alpine Union Learning Academy
Huge thanks to our Board members, parents, students, teachers, staff, administrators, community, and business leaders for being part of the AUSD Design Team. Last night the team launched our work to create a Portrait of an AUSD Learner. Over the next five months, the team will be working to define our expectations for learners that will be reflective of the learning and career changes our students will face in the fast-paced, interconnected world in which we live.
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Portrait of a learner
Our wonderful student body and student board members developed the storyline for our next Around Alpine Union Video. We filmed the video today and look forward to sharing it soon!
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
ASB film
New fencing has begun being installed behind SHES, CELC and MVLA today. We will continue to make safety our top priority!
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman
Fence
Fence
Fence
AUSD Safety and Security Update
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman
Safety update
In an effort to provide all the information we have, I wanted to relay that the Deputies were unable to locate any evidence of gunfire. In addition, it has been posted online that the Sheriff's Department arrested someone in relation to this event. That is not accurate. The Sheriff's Department asked me to relay that they arrested someone close by for a completely unrelated incident. Again, thank you for your support.
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman
We realize that many parents are arriving on campus to pick up their child. We appreciate your patience. Thank you to Captain Rand and the Sheriff's Department for the constant communication and for ensuring the safety of our schools.
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman
The Sheriff’s department has secured the campus and released both schools from lockdown. The Sheriff’s department will be on campus. Parents wishing to pick up their child will be greeted at the gate and will not be allowed to enter the campus. Parents will follow our process for picking up students.
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman
We are staying in close contact with Sheriff's department. Helicopter is sweeping the area. Principals are in communication with teachers and staff. We will continue to keep you updated.
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman
Sheriff's are on site investigating. We will continue to keep you updated. Please do not come to the campus. The campus is secure and in lockdown.
almost 2 years ago, Richard Newman