Dear AUSD Families, I am sure that each of you is diligently keeping an eye on the evolving storm situation, and I sincerely hope that you are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and preparedness of your family. Our schools are scheduled to remain open and operate as usual on Monday. In the event of any changes, we will communicate via email, social media, and our District app, which can be downloaded from the Apple or Google Play store. Staff will monitor our school facilities for any potential issues arising from the storm. We are in touch with our local law enforcement and fire department to help with any coordination that may be needed. We will continue to monitor the weather and share updates as appropriate. Sincerely, Dr. Rich Newman Proudest Superintendent on Earth
9 months ago, Richard Newman
Dear Parents/Guardians, As you know, San Diego County may experience some intense weather this weekend because of Hurricane Hilary, which has formed in the Pacific Ocean, just south of Baja California. Although forecasters say it’s likely to be downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it reaches our county, there is the potential for extreme weather, such as high winds, flash flooding, rain, and thunderstorms. We will monitor the storm as it makes its way toward the region and will communicate with you through our regular channels if the storm impacts school facilities or operations. We encourage you to sign up for Alert San Diego and visit the County of San Diego website to enhance your preparedness for storms and flooding. Please also download our District app, which is available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play. Sincerely, Dr. Rich Newman Proudest Superintendent on Earth
9 months ago, Richard Newman
AUSD safety discussions with the Alpine Sheriffs continue as we put the safety of our students first.
9 months ago, Mary Ann Alvarez
Sheriff meeting
$240 a day - Apply to be a substitute teacher at Joan MacQueen Middle
9 months ago, Richard Newman
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Huge thanks to the Alpine Dollar Store and the Alpine Sheriff’s Department for donating and delivering school supplies to each of our schools.
9 months ago, Richard Newman
Sheriff Donation
Sheriff Donation
Sheriff Donation
School starts tomorrow, Wednesday, August 16th! Welcome back!
9 months ago, Mary Ann Alvarez
School starts
Embarking on a New School Year with AUSD: Where You Matter, Believe, and Thrive! Get ready for exciting opportunities, new friendships, and amazing programs. The Alpine Union School District welcomes you with open arms. School starts on August 16th #AUSD #BackToSchool. Check out the newest episode of the Around Alpine Union. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQrU4Yjlq0Y
9 months ago, Richard Newman
We are incredibly proud of our District's recent initiative to provide affordable housing for our teachers and being the first District in San Diego to provide this option. https://www.10news.com/news/local-news/alpine-school-district-becomes-to-provide-affordable-housing-for-teachers
10 months ago, Richard Newman
Registration is open for our Summer Expanded Learning Program. Spaces are still available in many of our camps. such as Chess, Math Mania, Spanish Art, Being a DJ, Literature and Crafts, Cooking and Nutrition, STEM, Drumming, Creative Writing, and much more. Register at https://aef4kids.org
about 1 year ago, Richard Newman
Thank you Alpine Sheriff's Department for being present on our campuses. We appreciate your support!
about 1 year ago, Richard Newman
AUSD Sheriff's Dept
As our Superintendent for the day meets her AUSD staff, she was very generous in granting many requests such as a 3-day weekend, higher pay raise, working in PJs, and a taco cart and Starbucks on campuses.
about 1 year ago, Mary Ann Alvarez
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Brynn
Please join us in congratulating Nancy Eichelberger, AUSD Classified Employee of the Year! Nancy is a ray of sunshine and of course was all smiles as she received this much-deserved honor. The Teacher of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year from each site will be recognized at our April 19th Board meeting.
about 1 year ago, Mary Ann Alvarez
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Nancy
We had a wonderful time interviewing 5th graders at Shadow Hills for positions at BizTown. The future looks very bright!
about 1 year ago, Mary Ann Alvarez
Biz Town
Biz Town
Biz Town
Biz Town
Biz Town
As we continue our intruder assemblies and drills, we want to thank our Alpine Sheriff's Department for its support and collaboration in keeping our kids safe.
over 1 year ago, Mary Ann Alvarez
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JMMS ENGINEERING TEAM HEADING TO THE NATIONALS! This weekend the JMMS engineering team, Pickled Blueberry Licorice, competed in the Southern California Lego Championships. Out of 500 teams, Pickled Blueberry Licorice, finished tied for 2nd place. The team will now move on to the Long Beach invitational in May and compete against 80 teams from around the world. The project they designed would help save enough energy to power 22,000 homes in San Diego. All of JMMS will be celebrating our engineering team this afternoon on the lawn! Go JMMS engineering! You rock!
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
JMMS
Our award-winning JMMS #engineering team is competing this weekend. Check out this video for an excellent overview on the team and some of their successes. We know all of Alpine will be rooting for the engineering team during the Southern California FIRST LEGO League Championships! Stay tuned for updates! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKquetl31hM
over 1 year ago, Richard Newman
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
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