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Attention all eligible employees:

Open enrollment  - Health Welfare Benefit Options is now underway through Wednesday August 24.

Please visit the "Staff - Medical Benefits" page for further important detailed information.

Donations to AUSD family displaced by fire

Foothill Community Church located at 777 E. Alosta Ave. in Azusa is accepting donations for a family of 5, displaced by a fireworks fire that burned down the family's home in Azusa on the 4th of July. 


The family who has 3 children in our District is in need of clothing, household items, furniture and money.  Anyone willing to help with donations or fundraising can contact Rev. Dale Winslow, pastor at Foothill Community Church.  He can be reached at (626) 969-7916, dwinslow@foothill.org, foothillcc@gmail.com or at the church website www.foothill.org.

Ana Gonzales Named Parent of the Year 2016-17

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.  Congratulations Ana!

Annette Campos Named Classified Employee of the Year

Annette Campos was named 2015-16 Classified Employee of the Year, she was recognized at the January 12 Board Meeting along with 19 other nominees.  Born and raised in Azusa, she attended AUSD schools including Powell, Foothill and Gladstone High.  She is the proud mother of 2 sons, one serving in the Air Force and the other who is employed at Gladstone High.

Annette has been with AUSD for 15 years and has worked as a Computer Lab Aide, Textbook Clerk and is currently the ASB Clerk at Slauson Middle School.  Annette spends much of her time engaging and volunteering for the Azusa community for events such as Golden Days, Trunk or Treat, Azusa Beautiful, Canyon City Marathon, Youth Sports, to name a few.  Congratulations Annette!

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.



Welcome Back to School

Principal Fulfills Promise to Students and Scales Mt. Whitney with Green Hair

Mountain View Elementary Principal Jenny Le completed the last stretch of her 260-mile hike this summer along the John Muir Trail, fulfilling a promise she made to students should they improve their state testing scores. In a deal she made with members of student council, Principal Le said she would climb Mt. Whitney with green hair if they put forth their best efforts with the Smarter Balanced state assessments. The students held up their end of the bargain and improved Mountain View’s scores in all areas.  Read more

GATE Students in Summer Program Invent, Take on College Classes


AUSD students kicked off their summer break working on new inventions and getting ahead in college course work through the Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program. More than 100 students in grades three through nine spent 16 days from June 8-29 at Camp Invention, where they completed interactive science and robotics projects developed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame. In addition, 45 high school students completed college-level English composition, biology and political science classes for transferable college credit through a partnership with Azusa Pacific University.


Important Information for 2016-17 Kindergarteners

Azusa Unified is now enrolling for preschool, transitional kindergarten and kindergarten at all of our elementary schools! To choose the right educational program for your child, please consider the following requirements:


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For more information in English, click HERE

For more information in Spanish, click HERE

Free and Reduced Meals

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Contact Information


546 South Citrus Avenue

Azusa, CA 91702


(626) 967-6211

Office Hours:

7:30 am - 4:30 pm

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What Major to Choose? Resource Packet

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Thank you for helping us celebrate the fifth annual 8th Grade Majors fair! This one-day event was designed to introduce Azusa Unified eighth-graders to the various majors they can choose from in college.


We have a resource packet available to help engage you and your child in a conversation about college majors by using the guided discussion questions provided in this packet.


For English, click HERE

For Spanish, click HERE

California Healthy Kids Survey Information

Supplemental Educational Services (SES)

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.