Los Alamitos Unified School District (Page 2)

featured graphic for Rossmoor Woman’s Club during COVID-19

The Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos High School seniors April Chernila and Leah Huffington as students of the month for January and February, respectively. April Chernila is the founder and president of the LAHS Girls Coding Club and a Vice President for California Scholarship Federation. She is a four-year …continue reading

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced a new Five Region Stay at Home Order that will be triggered when a region has less than 15% ICU bed capacity. According to the Governor’s press conference, we are advised this could happen in the Southern California region in a …continue reading

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