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Join Azusa Unified School District for two meetings at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Nov. 30 regarding AUSD's proposed math curriculum. Click below for more information!


On Monday, November 30, through Tuesday, December 8, the public is welcome to view and provide input on our proposed elementary and secondary math programs.  Please visit the District Office front desk for directions to the material.


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AUSD's Fall Newsletter is Here!

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Click on our newsletter to read about what's happening in our schools!

Ana Gonzales Named Parent of the Year

Ana Gonzales has been the Community Liaison at Victor Hodge Elementary School since 2011, she has also worked at Hodge as a Computer Lab Aide and an Instructional Aide.  She is passionate about connecting Hodge's parents with the school and community resources in order to promote learning for all.  Mrs. Gonzales is a great believer in Parent Volunteerism, whether it's at school, sports, marching band, cheer, scouts or any other interests that her children pursue, she enjoys supporting their efforts and encouraging other parents to volunteer.  Mrs. Gonzales has two children, 1 who graduated from AUSD and is now in his senior year at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont and another who is a Junior at Azusa High School.  Congratulations Ana!

Citizens' Oversight Committee

The Citizens' Oversight Committee (COC) meeting dates and minutes will be posted on ElectronicSchoolBoard.  The meetings will be held in the District Office Board Room located at 546 S. Citrus Avenue, Azusa - for more information please click on the ElectronicSchoolBoard link located on the Board of Education webpage under quick links.  You may also contact the District Office at (626) 967-6211 for further inquiries.

Mandated Child Abuse Reporting Detection Online Training

Please read the attached regarding online training

Child Abuse Training Bulletin

Classified Employee of the Year

Congratulations to Peggy Barbosa from Slauson Middle School who was awarded the District's 2015 Classified Employee of the Year.  Mrs. Barbosa has been with our District for 25 years and has served as Secretary to the principal of Slauson Middle School for the past 5 years, she was honored at the January 13 Board of Education meeting along with 22 other AUSD employees.  Peggy is proud to have accomplished running a 1/2 marathon this past year in Washington, D.C. with both of her daughters.

Kari Rico Named Teacher of the Year

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Kari Rico has been named the 2015-16 Teacher of the Year for the Azusa Unified School District in addition to being named the Teacher of the Year for Hodge Elementary School where she currently teaches 1st grade.  Kari began her career as a contract teacher in Azusa in 1990.  She has served at both Valleydale and Hodge and feels honored and appreciative of her recognition.  Kari feels that teaching is very rewarding and enjoys the high energy with her students.

AUSD Teacher of the Year nominees included Elizabeth Rubio at Dalton, Jacquie Keller at Ellington, Angela Wright at Gladstone Street, Laura Flanders at Lee, Lupe Alvarado at Longfellow, Eric Klebow at Magnolia, Ron Hekimian Mountain View, Stacey Lopez at Murray, Marcia Aguirre at Paramount, Nancy Corthell at Powell, Melody Patapoff at Valleydale, Margarita Maldonado Diaz at Center, Griselda Berry at Foothill, Ann Clarke at Slauson, Mike Martinez at Azusa High, Althea Zimmer at Gladstone High, Charlie Callison at Sierra High, Veronica Fierro at Adult Ed and Vickie Swatek at Special Ed. Resource Center.


Adult Ed Classes Available

Classes offered at the Azusa Adult School.  Visit  http://www.azusaadult.edu/ for more information.


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Annual College Night Opens Door to Higher Education Options

Outside, hundreds of students and parents waited in a long, winding line to enter Azusa Unified’s College Night. Inside, representatives from more than 70 colleges, universities, career technical schools and U.S. military branches stood ready to share information about post-secondary options and resources.


The annual event, which draws students of all ages and their families, took place Oct. 27 at Azusa High School. 




Azusa Middle School Parents Take Citrus College Campus Tour

Parents of students at Slauson, Foothill and Center middle schools and Ellington School got an opportunity to tour the Citrus College campus and sit in on a Financial Aid/EOPS presentation on Oct. 16, during a special field trip arranged by the Azusa Unified School District Education Services department.

The campus tour was designed to inform parents of the financial aid and education services available at Citrus College. Many AUSD students move on to community college to continue their education after graduation.


Azusa High School JROTC at Golden Days 2015

The Azusa High JROTC participated in the annual Azusa Golden Days Parade held Saturday October 10.  They won 1st place in the Color Guard competition as well as the Unarmed Drill Competition and Marching Unit.  The AHS JROTC competes in many events throughout the San Gabriel Valley as well as providing community support.  Their Motto is "To motivate young people to be better citizens" and "College and career ready".  

Contact Information


546 South Citrus Avenue

Azusa, CA 91702


(626) 967-6211

Office Hours:

7:30 am - 4:30 pm

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AUSD Approves LCAP

Azusa Unified School District will invest $16 million in 2015-16 to strengthen and expand medical and engineering career pathways, provide dual enrollment in college, further develop technology capabilities and continue to develop an International Baccalaureate program as part of its 2015-18 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).


AUSD Enrolling Students in Popular After-School Program

Azusa Unified School District is enrolling students in its popular THINK Together after-school extended learning and tutoring programs, offered at all District elementary and middle school campuses at no cost. 

THINK Together works with the District to create programs tailored to meet the needs of Azusa students seeking assistance with a wide variety of academic studies and extra-curricular activities - including sports, cooking instruction and visual & performing arts - with a strong focus on collaborative learning as well physical, nutrition and character education.

"The THINK Together programs have become an essential and beloved component of the Azusa Unified curriculum. Participating families look forward to it every single year, and during the summer," AUSD Superintendent Dr. Linda Kaminski said. "Through our LCAP budget, we are fully funded for the next three years."



AUSD Offering Free Supper to Students Enrolled in After School Programs

Azusa Unified School District is offering free supper for the 2015-16 school year to all elementary and middle school students, and students at Azusa and Gladstone high schools who are enrolled in after-school programs that offer educational or enrichment programs. 

The free meals will be served through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Child and Adult Care Food Program. Children will eat nutritious supper meals that promote health and that will develop good eating habits.