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Fact Sheet: Lawsuit Regarding Rosedale School

Please click the link below to read more about Azusa Unified's lawsuit against Rosedale Land Partners and the City of Azusa.



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!

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.


Dual Immersion Program Developing Global Learners

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Your child will have the opportunity to learn in an enhanced academic and linguistic environment to achieve high levels of bilingualism and biliteracy in Spanish and English. Research shows that learning a second language leads to improved cognitive and problem-solving abilities, higher SAT and ACT score and all-around increased career and educational opportunities!

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We are thrilled that hundreds of our students will have the opportunity to participate in "Passport to Your Future: 8th Grade Majors Fair," which introduces our AUSD students to the various academic majors they can choose from in college and encourage their pursuit of higher education. The event is coordinated by our higher education partners - Azusa Pacific University, in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona and Citrus College. College representatives will also be available to interact with students and answer questions that can help turn their higher education dreams into reality!


The event will take place Feb. 26 at Azusa's Memorial Park Recreation Center from 8:30 am - 2:00 pm, each school is scheduled at various times.


Want to learn more about Gladstone High School's Early College Program? 

All 10th graders and their parents are invited to an overview and application night hosted by the GHS guidance team and Citrus College. The program requirements will be explained and current ECP students will speak about their successes in the program. 

This program provides a great opportunity for incoming juniors and seniors to earn a year of transferable college credits while meeting graduation requirements!


JANUARY 28 @ 6 P.M.



Azusa High School Hosts 10th Annual Graduate Panel


More than 30 Azusa High School graduates, many sporting their college sweatshirts, spread across campus during the school's 10th annual Graduate Panel to advise students on how to tap high school resources, choose a college major and navigate academic and career paths.

The Aztec alumni, graduates spanning 2004 to 2015, came from institutions such as UCLA, Cal Poly Pomona and San Diego State and represented majors from structural engineering to medicine. 


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's Fall Newsletter is Here!

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

Citizens' Oversight Committee

The Citizens' Oversight Committee (COC) meeting dates are posted on the District Board page under quick links, the 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