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Governing Board Candidate Forum
Come and meet the five candidates running for Alhambra School District’s Governing Board on Thursday, September 25, 2014, from 6:30 – 8 p.m., in Sevilla Schools’ Multipurpose Room, located at 3801 W. Missouri.

There are five candidates running for two seats on the Alhambra Elementary School District Governing Board.  Candidates include Cathleen O’Neil Frantz, Schilla Greenleaf, Ray David Martinez Sr., Liz Sanchez, and Gabriel Zermeno. The Governing Board Forum offers candidates an opportunity to answer questions and provide information on their candidacy for
governing board member.

 
Expo Save the Date
New Parent Orientation
Teacher Honored on Mix 96.9
Paul Hamel, District English Language Arts Academic Coach, was honored on Wednesday on Mix 96.9 Radio.  Mr. Hamel was contacted by a former student, who now works on the morning show.  Mix 96.9 was launching a new teacher’s recognition contest and Mr. Hamel was interviewed by his former student, Priscilla Ornelas, as being a teacher that touched her life! There is no greater reward in the teaching profession than to have a former student say thank you in a meaningful way!  Click here to listen to the surprise interview.

MESA Team Earns National Recognition
The Alhambra Elementary School District is pleased to announce the MESA (Math, Engineering, and Science Achievement) Team from Montebello School, lead by MESA advisor Kelby Milgrim, took home two awards this weekend at the MESA National Challenge in Portland Oregon.  The team earned first place in the country in the "Design Efficiency" category, and a third place award in the "Technical Paper" category.  We are incredibly proud of the Alhambra District junior high MESA team!

For more information on Alhambra's MESA team's accomplishments, view our news release or visit AZEDNews.


Superintendent Named Administrator of the Year
Congratulations to Alhambra's Superintendent, Dr. Karen E. Williams, for being named the 2014 Administrator of the Year by the Arizona Technology in Education Association. This award honors an administrator who uses technology to engage the community and families of the district and encourages further support of innovations in the classroom.


EXPRESSion Project
Alhambra School District's
EXPRESSion Project
Express your thoughts about the Alhambra School District. Can you do it in seven words? Then join our EXPRESSion Project by sharing your experiences, thoughts, concerns, triumphs, or beliefs about the district and express it in seven words. Seven-word statements will appear on the EXPRESSion Project link on our website. Express yourself!


"Alhambra believes in every child's American Dream."
Dr. Karen E. Williams, Superintendent


"Alhambra District prepares students for the future!"
Kylie Jeffries, 5th Grade Student
Alhambra Traditional School
Superintendent Encourages Core Commitments
Alhambra School District’s Superintendent Dr. Karen Williams guided principals to work collaboratively with staff to establish core commitments to share with their communities. Please visit the each school’s website to view their core commitments. 
 
Additionally, the Governing Board and Dr. Williams are proud to share their core belief statements regarding children and their education:  
 
I believe every child is entitled to a high quality education and the opportunity to live the American Dream. Working together equals winning together!
 
Dr. Karen E. Williams, Superintendent
Core Belief Statement

I believe all children will learn when effective instruction is delivered by caring individuals who teach to positively impact the lives of children every day.
 
Mari Alvarado, Governing Board Member
Core Belief Statement

I believe our children’s possibilities are limitless when they have the best teachers and staff supporting them every day.
 
Billie Foltz, Governing Board Member
Core Belief Statement

As a locally elected school board member, it is my vision that the Alhambra District will prepare each child to reach his or her potential in life. All students will have the knowledge and skills to compete and ensure that America remains strong as a democracy and in the global market place.

Elizabeth Sanchez, Governing Board Member
Core Belief Statement





What's Happening Around the District
For the latest information on what is happening throughout the district, visit our "News Around the District" link.
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