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Upcoming Events
 
Everyone Matters District Video
The Alhambra School District believes that everyone plays an important part in educating our future leaders, and that everyone matters! Please take a moment to view our district video here.

Meet Alhambra's New Superintendent
Alhambra’s Governing Board recently hired Mr. Mark A. Yslas as Alhambra’s Superintendent.  Mr. Yslas has a vast array of educational experiences including work from the kindergarten through high school levels, as well as serving as assistant superintendent and acting superintendent; and, he is committed to serving our students, parents, and community members.  To learn more about Mr. Yslas, visit the Superintendent’s Message or view an online article on AZEDNEWS.  He is most excited to meet the Alhambra Family!
 
Now Enrolling 3 Year-Old Children for Preschool
The Alhambra Head Start program is now enrolling 3 year-old preschoolers for the 2015-2016 school year.  Children must be 3 years-old on or before September 1, 2015, in order to enroll.  The Alhambra Head Start Program serves eligible families with children ages 3 to 4 and provides high quality education that promotes school readiness and Family Support Services to include certified teachers, nutritious meals, family services, medical/dental services, social and emotional wellness, and we serve children with disabilities.  For more information, visit the Alhambra Preschool's website or call 602-246-5155.
 
Alhambra’s STEM Team Earns National Awards!
The Alhambra District MESA (Math, Engineering, and Science Achievement) Team, from Montebello School, led by MESA advisor Kelby Milgrim, earned three awards at the MESA National Challenge in Ogden, Utah, in June, and was awarded an overall fourth place in the United States!  The national challenge was to design, engineer, and operate a low-cost, environmentally sustainable, easy-to-operate prosthetic arm that could perform a variety of real life tasks such as picking up everyday items and placing them in a box, and tossing items into a bucket.
 
Alhambra’s Montebello MESA Team earned second place in the country in the "Design Efficiency" category, a third place award in the "Object Relocation" category and a third place award in the Academic Poster Presentation category.  In addition to earning these top awards, Alhambra’s Montebello Team placed fourth in distance accuracy, fifth place in the oral presentation, and eighth place in the technical paper.
 
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