News and Announcements

Superintendent's Advisory Council

We are currently accepting self-nominations for the 2022-23 Superintendent's Advisory Council. This council provides valuable feedback on various topics throughout the year and helps us to refine our programs and services to meet students' needs.

CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to access a PDF of the flyer with embedded links to register. (Please note, there is a separate link for parents and for gr. 6-12 students.) Deadline: August 25th at midnight!

FREE Adult / Parent Education Academy

The AHS Dream Center is excited to offer FREE Adult/Parent Education Academy classes on Thursday evenings, which will be held September 8th through December 15th. These classes will focus on English skill development and current community issues. Classes, dinner, and childcare will all be provided for FREE! CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a copy of the flyer with more details and the registration link (or reach the registration form directly at:

Information about Advancing Alhambra Project

At the August 16th Board of Education meeting, the City of Alhambra presented: "Overview of the Interchange Improvement Concepts under consideration by the City of Alhambra as part of the City's 710 Mobility Improvement Projects." Community members who are interested in learning more about these projects (including the potential impact on Fremont Avenue and the surrounding areas - including Fremont School) should CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to access the Advancing Alhambra website for information and updates.

AUSD Game Changer nominations are now being accepted!

Our Game Changer employee recognition program will continue this year!
CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to award a deserving AUSD employee a "Beyond the Call of Duty" or "Spotlight" badge. Game Changers are selected each month from these employees.

Charger Chats (2022-2023)

Please see dates for our 2022-2023 Charger Chats with the Principal. Some of these sessions will be in person and some will be via Zoom.


Please CLICK ON THE HEADLINE to download a larger version of the graphic that contains important information/clarification regarding free meals for students at Mark Keppel High School, along with Brightwood, Fremont, Emery Park, Monterey Highlands, and Repetto Elementary Schools.
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