Schools

Courtesy photo -- Annalisa Moore

Nea Names New Leader

Feb 19,2015

Community Learning Center Schools (CLCS), the management organization for Nea and Alameda Community Learning Center public charter schools, has announced the permanent appointment of Annalisa Moore as lead facilitator or principal of Nea Community Learning Center.

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Board Makes Interim Supe’s Job Permanent

Feb 19,2015

McPhetridge appointed on his birthday

Alameda Unified School District’s (AUSD) board of education voted on Tuesday, Feb. 10, to give Interim Superintendent Sean McPhetridge some birthday presents: a new contract and a shorter title.

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Outsiders Must Bring Something to Table

Jul 03,2014

John Zugnoni’s letter to the editor (“Allow Oakland Students Here,” June 13) is obviously written from a perspective external to public education in general, and outside of public education in Alameda in particular.

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Parcel Tax Exemption Deadline

Jun 26,2014

Sun Staff Reports
The deadline to file for an exemption from the Alameda Unified School District’s Measure A parcel tax is next Monday, June 30. Under the terms of the ballot measure, the school district can grant two types of exemptions:

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Combining STEM and Sports

Jun 26,2014

For the first time, a combined Sports and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program will be offered to challenged boys and girls in the East Bay. 

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Dennis Evanosky - Joanne Robinson, Red Cross Youth Advisor, shows off the award Alameda’s network earned this year.

Red Cross Network Earns Honor in D.C.

Jun 26,2014

The Alameda Red Cross Youth Network from Encinal, Alameda, and ASTI high schools would like to thank everyone who helped support their April fundraisers with the aim of eliminating malaria across the world. 

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School Board Mulls Over Going Solar

Jun 26,2014

Should Alameda’s schools go solar? At its last meeting school board members discussed the merits of moving forward with a plan to install solar panels atop Alameda’s public schools.

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