Alisal News

Superintendent's Message regarding possible boycott

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

There is some talk about a possible boycott tomorrow to support immigrant rights. Of course, the Alisal School District is fully supportive of immigrant rights, especially since so many of our families and staff (including me) are, indeed, immigrants who contribute so much to this country. (Click Headline to read full statement)

Slide Show: Frank Paul students celebrate 100th day of school with Zero the Hero

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Lower grade students all across the District today celebrated the 100th day of school. With the help of Zero the Hero (aka District TOSA Ben Cogswell), Ms. Rodriguez’ transitional-kinder class at Frank Paul was able to put movement to music and use the digit zero to pump up other numbers all the way to 100.

Public Notice: Public Comment Period & Hearing Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Preliminary Environmental Assessment - Equivalent Report

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

The Alisal Union School District (AUSD) has prepared a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Preliminary Environmental Assessment - Equivalent (PEA) Report in accordance with Education Code section 17213.1, subdivision (a)(4)(B). The School District has submitted the PEA Report to DTSC for review and has chosen to make the PEA Report available for public review and comment pursuant to Education Code section 17213.1, subdivision (a)(6)(A). Click headline to read more.

Foro Comunitario de lnmigración Domingo, 22 de enero, 2017

Friday, January 20, 2017

Un lugar seguro para usted y su familia. lnfórmese, preparese y conozca sus derechos. Domingo, 22 de enero, 2017 2 - 4 PM. Gimnasio de la Preparatoria Alisal. El foro será en español (Servicio disponlble de traducción al ingles) 777 Williams Rd., Salinas.

The Great Kindness Challenge Week Jan. 23-27

Friday, January 20, 2017

The California Department of Education announced Jan. 23-27 is The Great Kindess Challenge Week, part of a national program to promote kindness in public schools. Click the headline to read the full letter.

Aspiring Classified Employees Into Teaching (ACEIT) program sign-up now through Jan. 27

Thursday, January 19, 2017

MCOE is offering classified employees an opportunity to participate in the ACEIT program. ACEIT provides support to classified employees who wish to obtain a teaching credential. If you wish to be considered, please complete the required application posted in Edjoin under Monterey County Office of Education before 5:00 pm January 27, 2017 (Click headline to learn more).

Press Release: AUSD designated as a Safe Havens School District

Thursday, January 19, 2017

On January 18, 2017, the AUSD Board of Trustees adopted resolution 1617-27, designating AUSD as a Safe Havens School District. In doing so, the Board reaffirmed its commitment to the success of all students irrespective of their immigration status, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, sex and gender identity, socio-economic status, or ability.

Fremont Elementary School classroom construction begins. Cooper Street access to Fremont Elementary School to close until August 2017.

Friday, December 16, 2016

On December 19, 2016, the Cooper Street gate to Fremont Elementary School will be closed for construction of a new, 16-classroom school building. The gate will reopen August 1, 2017, in time for the 2017-18 school year. During the construction period, access will be available through the three regular Market Street entrances to Fremont. In addition, the Towt Street entrance, between 224 and 238 Towt Street, will be available.