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Employees are encouraged to keep their emergency information cards up-to-date. It is important that Human Resources can reach your family during an emergency.



You can access your District email at work or at home by clicking HERE.

Suggestion Box

Staff may EMAIL the Superintendent suggestions on improving student achievement, increasing enrollment or budget cost saving ideas.  All suggestions will be considered.  


On this page, employees will find information regarding health plans, insurance matters, links for reporting absences and other information helpful to Azusa Unified employees.


Please see the attached information on the upcoming Flu Shot Clinic taking place on Monday November 16th at the PDC 

Flu Shot Clinic


All certificated and classified employees must report all absences to AESOP. This can be accomplished by either calling the system or completing the information online. You must complete the entire process and receive a job number. To report an absence please call (800) 942-3767 or click on the following link:  Reporting an Absence.

South Coast Air Quality

SCAQMD is the air pollution control agency for the urban portions of Los Angeles County,  one of the smoggiest regions of the U.S.  The following links will help you get updates on current air quality and ride share information.

Air Quality Updates

General Information

Ride Share Video


Acceptable Use Policy

The Board of Education of the Azusa Unified School District recognizes that technological resources can enhance employee performance by offering effective tools to assist in providing a quality instructional program, facilitating communications with parents/guardians, students, and the community, supporting District and school operations, and improving access to and exchange of information.  Responsible and appropriate use of technology is essential to productive work and educational environments.

This Acceptable Use Agreement (“Agreement”) sets forth the rules and regulations that all District employees must follow.  Each user of the District’s computer resources agrees to the conditions established herein.  It is the responsibility of every computer user to know these rules and regulations and to conduct activities accordingly.