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I appreciate your letter but I feel as though the board and the superintendent of schools are failing to hear the majority voice of our community. Recent decisions to close and relocate district offices is the number one failure to [...]
The Alameda Unified School District says a community perception survey being circulated is not their effort. (Action Alameda News)
The Alameda Unified School District says that a three-page “AUSD Community Perception Survey,” intended to gauge the perception of resource inequality between “east-end” and “west-end” schools in Alameda, is not theirs. However, they do hope to [...]
Newly elected Alameda Unified School District board members will be sworn-in on December 11th, 2012. (Action Alameda News)
At next Tuesday’s Alameda Unified School District board meeting, the newly elected school board members will be sworn-in.
Tonight, the Alameda Unified School District Board of Trustees will hear a recommendation from staff to exercise an option to purchase recently listed office space at 2060 Challenger Drive. (Action Alameda News)
Trustees for the Alameda Unified School District will hear a presentation from staff tonight, recommending the $5.9 million purchase of an office building [...]
The Alameda Unified School District announced yesterday that the Alameda Education Association (AEA) ratified an agreement that sets class sizes and the school year calendar for the next two years.
Elementary level Washington School hosted a closing celebration event yesterday, after which the facility will be known the Maya Lin School, pursuing an arts magnet curriculum.
Tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m., a joint Alameda City Council and Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) Board of Trustees meeting is set to take place at AUSD’s district offices. In addition to a proposal to convert redevelopment property tax dollars to operational funds for Alameda Schools, Interim City Manager Ann Marie Gallant is expected to [...]
Nea Community Learning Center (NCLC) will hold their annual fundraising event, “Motown and Margaritas,” tomorrow at Michaan’s Auction’s by the Bay Theater, at Alameda Point. The event is restricted for adults 21-years of age and older.
Through “Keep Alameda Schools Excellent,” a political action committee originally formed in 2008 to support the passage of Measure H, a school parcel tax, Alameda Unified School District Board of Trustees President Ron Mooney raised $14,300 in the first half of this year, and spent over $20,000.
Recently, Action Alameda News sat down with Ed Hirshberg, a party to the Borikas lawsuit against the Alameda Unified School District to talk about the case, and property tax uniformity.