AUHSD Food Services During School Closures
Anaheim Union High School District Food Services will provide an opportunity for families to pick up a lunch meal at select school site locations for children 18 years and under.
AUHSD Distance Learning
As Anaheim Union High School District transitions to Distance Learning, we want to share the following video that provides an overview of how Distance Learning will work for students and teachers: https://youtu.be/9wrx6gB_kRE
You can also find translations of this video here:
Here are some important points:
AUHSD Letters to Parents: Remote Learning
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Flyers Provided by Orange County Health Care Agency
All flyers are located here: https://coronavirus.egovoc.com/flyers.
These are two very good flyers for your consideration:
Mitigation and COVID-19
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Chinese (Traditional) | Farsi | Korean
Spanish | Vietnamese
COVID-19 and Mental Health
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Inter District Transfer
Request Transcripts, Immunizations & Enrollment Verifications
Board Meeting Notice
District Budget Information
Dual Language Immersion Programs
Free & Reduced Meal
Mental Health & Youth Well-being
Registration, Records Requests, and Transfers
Reports Required By Law
School Meal Menus
Service Learning / Internship Opportunities
To: AUHSD Community
From: Mike Matsuda, Superintendent
Happy New Year! Many of us believe this will be the greatest year ever in our storied, 120-year history. Why? Because more of our students are thriving, finding their purpose, and making education work for them, rather than the other way around. Together, with our higher education, business, and non-profit partners, we are creating and implementing a new type of educational experience, one where education becomes relevant, meaningful, and moves beyond standardized tests to ensuring students have skills and emotional well being to handle and navigate an increasingly uncertain and unstable world.
We are creating an educational experience that nurtures and unleashes the unlimited potential of our students.
When I grew up in nearby Garden Grove in the 1970s, like many of you, I did not have to worry about getting a good paying job, even with a high school diploma. Back then, however, if you got a college degree in any subject, you were virtually guaranteed a high paying job with benefits and a thing called a pension. Moreover, because the state of California once invested heavily in education, college was affordable, and most people graduated with little or no debt.
For today's students, that is no longer the case—and they know it. Couple that with one of the state's worst affordability indexes and we have a real problem in Orange County. That is why many of our families are leaving Orange County and moving to more affordable areas like the Inland Empire. The Orange County Business Council has been warning us for some years that this crisis was coming. Orange County is experiencing a massive "brain drain" and has done little about it—until now.
In fact, AUHSD is the first district in Southern California to develop a cohesive educational system moving on multiple fronts—with parent engagement; with instruction focusing on the 5Cs (collaboration, creativity, communication, critical thinking, and compassion/kindness); with corporate internships and mentoring through Anaheim’s Innovative Mentoring Experience (AIME); with dual credit through Fullerton and Cypress community colleges; and with career and academic pathways articulated through North Orange County Community College District, CSUF, and UCI.
The Anaheim Union Educational Pledge creates a framework that integrates all components into a cohesive experience for all our students. Through AIME, our corporate partners are seeing how resilient, resourceful, and grateful our students are, and now many are willing to invest in them through college and beyond into the workforce. One corporate CEO told me that, "No other district is focused on the 5Cs, which is really about developing emotional and relational intelligence—vital skills needed for success."
In a world where 65% of the jobs today's students will hold during their lifetimes have not yet been invented, AUHSD is way ahead of the curve. We are preparing our students, who will be future stakeholders, voters and taxpayers, to have the skills to create these jobs and to thrive in a rapidly changing world.
And, to ensure our message matches our actions, we are unveiling a new tagline, "UNLIMITED YOU." AUHSD is where UNLIMITED YOU happens, whether you are a student, parent, or staff member.
Please watch the short, two-and-a half minute video showcasing our UNLIMITED YOU. #auhsdunlimitedyou
For all your District news, please go to AUHSD FACEBOOK site.
Here's What We're Bragging About!
Meet Famous AUHSD Graduates!
Update on our New Construction, Modernization Projects.
SchoolPay will be making changes to our transaction fee pricing effective August 1st, 2019.
The following transaction fee rate structure applies to all debit and credit card transactions (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express), and electronic check transactions.
The transaction fee is based on the total transaction amount:
$1.00 per transaction for all transactions $1.00 to $14.99
$1.95 per transaction for all transactions $15.00 to $49.99
3.99% for all transactions greater than or equal to $50.00
Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as California Distinguished Schools (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.
Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as California Gold Ribbon Schools (listed below). Gold Ribbon awardees that are also Title I schools were also recognized as Academic Achieving Schools*. Western High School received this honor. Please visit individual school for detail.
Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as P21 Exemplar Schools (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.
Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as California Democracy Schools (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.
District Campus Office Hours: Mon - Fri 7:45 am to 4:30 pm
501 N. Crescent Way, Anaheim, CA 92801
Phone (714) 999-3511 Fax (714) 520-9754
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