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Superintendent Tom Butler's Interview with Charter


Superintendent Tom Butler was interviewed by Charter Host Brad Pomerance about the Local Control Accountability Plan, Chromebook adoption and Career Technical Pathways.










Monterey Road Walk to School Day 2017!

Monterey Road Students gather at In N Out to start their Walk to School

The Walk to School Day was a success!  Thank you to all the amazing parents and APD for your support!












Dancing with Our Stars Participants Raise Money to Support School Programs

Angela Ramsey, E.J. Rossi and Tobi Rossi honored at AUSD School Board meeting
Angela Ramsey, with the support of the Kiwanians, presented Santa Rosa Academic Academy a check for $10,400 that will be used for S.T.E.M. projects and P.E. equipment. E.J. and his daughter, Tobi Rossi, raised over $50,000 that will be used for a new mentoring program for 6th graders at the Middle School.




Great News -- Student Attendance is Up! 

Last year at this time our student attendance rate was 94.69%. Thanks to the talented efforts of staff, the diligent efforts of students and parents this year our student attendance rate has increased to 95.60%. This is a tremendous accomplishment and something we can all be very proud of. Thanks for all you do. Go AUSD!


Greybots are World Champions!

After 21 matches and 300 teams from around the world, Atascadero Greybots Team 973 moved into the finals to take the world championship this past weekend. The team set the World High Score!
Greybots team members pose with their awards
Up-close image of two of the Greybots' awards


AMS Photography event on May 4th from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Atascadero Middle School Digital Art & Yearbook students are putting together another fun show @ Bru Coffeehouse! The Opening Reception will be on May 4th, from 5PM-6:30PM. There will be live music performed by Hiram Burrus' students and appetizers provided by the students. All of the photos will be for sale and the students get to keep the money they make from sales!  We hope to see you there but if you can not make the reception, don't worry, for t
he student's photos will be hanging on the walls of Bru Coffeehouse the entire month of May! 













College and Career Ready!
AHS student pose in front of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department

On Tuesday, April 25, thirteen AHS Honors Geometry students visited the SLO County Sheriff's Department Crime Lab. The students heard from several forensic specialists and saw the equipment used to analyze fingerprints and crime scene evidence. The crime lab professionals also gave great advice to the students about what they would need to do in order to pursue a career in that field. Thank you to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office for investing time in and inspiring our kids!








Fine Arts Academy Students Create Unique Bowls for the Empty Bowl Fundraiser
Fine Arts students showing off their bowls

Fifty of the fabulous Ceramics' kiddos at Fine Arts Academy have been working hard to glaze bowls for the Empty Bowl Fundraiser on April 27th for Echo Homeless Shelter. It is to be held from 11-2 on Thursday at ABC Church. The students put their artistry and heart into these bowls, and they, and we, are so very proud of their results. To view more information on the Echo Homeless Shelter, please visit www.echoshelter.net.

Carolyn Balogh posing with her creative students and their bowls


Monterey Road Elementary School Receives California Green Schools Award

Imagine of the front of Monterey Road Elementary School
Monterey Road Elementary School in Atascadero Unified School District was recently awarded Silver Recognition for the California Green Schools Award for the second year in a row.

Green Ribbon Schools demonstrate exemplary achievement in three “pillars.” Pillar I: reduce environmental impact and costs; Pillar II: improve the health and wellness of schools, students, and staff; and Pillar III: provide effective environmental education that teaches many disciplines and is especially good at effectively incorporating science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, civic skills, and green career pathways. Read More




CAPS Save the Date August 26

2017-2018 Registration and Information


Watching AUSD Build Beautiful Buildings with Your Bond Dollars

Atascadero HIgh School Science and Shops rendering

"The knee bone connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone connected to the hip bone..." An architectural rendering of a new biology classroom/lab, a portion of work associated with the Atascadero High School Science and Shops project. 

This project, a collective of 8 science rooms and 2 vocational education shops is anticipated to begin construction in January, 2018. 





More Info on AUSD Bond Projects - Check here for the latest on the I-10 facility projects currently going on at San Gabriel Elementary, Atascadero Middle School, and Atascadero High School: notices, access routes, newsletters, and photos.



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