Alameda Unified School District is committed to upholding our community’s core values of equity and excellence for every student by providing inclusive and safe conditions for learning that challenge and support every student to be culturally competent and prepared for
college, career, and community participation.
AUSD's protocols for this coming school year continue to align with guidance from state and county public health agencies.
Measure B, a $298 million facilities bond that will fund much-needed repairs and upgrades to AUSD schools, was approved by 56.33% of Alameda voters who participated in the June 7 primary, final results show.
Carnegie Learning is aligned with common core standards, centers best practice math instruction, and provides translations.
As of June 22, 2022, Measure B, the $298 facilities bond on the June 7 primary ballot, appears to have been approved.
More than 700 seniors from AUSD’s four high schools crossed graduation stages this week and are now off to the next stages of their college and career journeys.