Los Alamitos Unified School District

Dear Los Alamitos Unified School District Families and Community Members, We received notification this afternoon that the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) have approved the CDPH elementary waiver we submitted for our six elementary schools. As part of our submission, we …continue reading

The Los Alamitos Unified School District is proud to announce its most recent initiative to benefit students and community members. Under the leadership of the Board of Education, the District chose to take advantage of historically low interest rates to refinance some of its old Measure K General Obligation Bonds. …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for July 19 through July 25 included COVID-19 and unemployment benefits (still), Dr. Jeff Barke (yet again), a sex offender, Cypress capital projects, and Los Alamitos schools. Top Ten Stories for July 19 through July 25 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week …continue reading

I hope this message finds you well. As you may have heard today, California Governor Gavin Newsom, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), provided revised guidance and a detailed framework for reopening schools this fall. The Governor stated that, in order to reopen schools for in-person …continue reading

In response to COVID-19, all schools in Los Alamitos Unified School District will be closed for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16. Superintendent Andrew Pulver addressed the community in a letter: As the coronavirus crisis has grown, we have depended on public health experts to guide us in …continue reading

Turn in your expired, unused/unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for disposal on Prescription Drug Take-Back Day coming Saturday, October 26, 2019. This collaborative partnership between the Los Alamitos Police Department and the Los Alamitos Unified School District will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the …continue reading

Jack L. Weaver Elementary School (Weaver) got a new principal this year — Dr. Todd Schmidt. He replaced the late Dr. Robert Briggerman who passed away early this year. Since the 2019-2020 school year began, Dr. Schmidt has already made great strides at Weaver: Rolled out Weaver’s new STEAM classes …continue reading

2018 State of the District presenters included, from left to right, co-chair of the Measure G Bond Committee Dave Locke, LAEF Executive Director Carrie Logue, former Los Al USD school board member Dr. Jeffrey Barke, retired Los Al USD Superintendent Sherry Kropp, PTA Council President Janet Murphy and co-chair of the Measure G Bond Committee Brian Leibl. Courtesy photo.

The Los Alamitos Education Foundation (LAEF) is proud to partner with Los Alamitos Unified’s new Superintendent Dr. Andrew Pulver to host the 6th annual State of the District breakfast event on Friday, September 13th at 8:30 a.m. “LAEF is thrilled to continue this wonderful event with Dr. Pulver and help …continue reading

Three Los Alamitos Unified School District educators recently were recognized by the Down Syndrome Association of Orange County for their work with students with special needs. Speech and language pathologist Rosemary Lotts and educational specialists Julie Demuth and Michelle Kelly were named Educators of the Year 2018-19 for their efforts …continue reading

Meredi Ly was named Outstanding Speech Language Pathology Assistant recently by the California Speech Language Hearing Association. The award honors speech language pathology assistants who distinguish themselves by outstanding service to the association and achievement in the field of communicative disorders. Ly, who serves students at schools across the district, …continue reading