Alhambra Elementary School District

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  • Alhambra Elementary School District is hosting stakeholder meetings for the community at large in an effort to get community input and assistance with the superintendent search process. Please join us on via Zoom Wednesday, April 21 at 6:30 pm or Thursday, April 22 at 4:00 pm. The Zoom links are found below. 

    Community at Large & Parent Leaders (Parent Advisory)

    Topic: Alhambra - Community at Large & Parent Leaders (Parent Advisory)
    Time: Apr 21, 2021 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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    Meeting ID: 830 0654 0164
    Passcode: 626825
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    +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

    Community at Large and any others unable to attend previous meetings

    Topic: Alhambra - Community at Large & Any Others
    Time: Apr 22, 2021 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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    Meeting ID: 860 2075 6774
    Passcode: 171681
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    +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

    IMPORTANT MESSAGE from Governing Board President Cathleen O’Neil Frantz.

    April 12, 2021

    Superintendent Yslas will be resigning effective June 30, 2021.  Mr. Yslas has accepted an opportunity to work as a Superintendent in another Arizona school district, and we wish him nothing but the best in that new endeavor in his career.

    Candidates interested in the Superintendent position should view our informational flyer and then apply online at by May 2, 2021. Questions about the Superintendent search should be directed to Ray & Associates, Inc. Phone: 319-393-3115 or 


    In an effort to get community input and assistance with the superintendent search process, we would like to get an indication of how stakeholders (parents, students, community members, school employees, business leaders, etc.) feel about the district. We are also gathering information on what qualifications are important for the next superintendent to possess if he or she is to be successful in this position. 

    We invite you to visit the link below and answer questions to help us with this process. Surveys are due April 26th by 8am. 

    Community survey (English)

    Community survey (Spanish)

District News

  • Freshman Academy 2021

    Register today for PXU's Freshman Academy! Freshman Academy begins June 1 and runs through June 30. Visit the link to learn more.

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  • P-EBT is Back!

    Pandemic EBT(P-EBT) provides assistance to households with children who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals while schools are either closed or offering a full-time or part-time distance learning model due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Read Better Be Better

    RBBB is an after-school reading comprehension and leadership program that is partnering with your children’s school to help students become better learners.

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  • Virtual High School Night

    8th Graders! Explore the many options you have for a high school experience on our Virtual High School Night page!

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  • Tax Credit

    Support our students and earn tax credit! Your tax credit directly benefits our Alhambra students. Give by phone, online or by check!

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  • COVID-19 Isolation Housing

    Maricopa County is offering COVID-19 Isolation Housing for those who can't isolate by themselves or high risk individuals who live with infected family or roommates.

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  • Black Lives Matter Resolution

    "AESD stands together resolutely among our Black students, staff, families, and community. AESD vows to reflect upon its policies, values, goals, and mission to ensure its commitment of equity and inclusion, vigorously advocating for justice and equity for Black people and, by extension, all people."

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  • Parent Digital Citizenship Class

    Parents: Please complete this class for each child that you have in the district.

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  • Touchstone Health Services

    School Based Services (SBS) provides comprehensive behavioral services for youth and their families through a collaboration with the school district.

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  • Welcome Cohort 7 Schools!

    Six more schools (ATS, GAP, VAL, CORD, JWR and CGP) are joining the VILS program this year!

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  • COX Connect2Compete

    If you do not have wi-fi or are unable to access the internet at home, Cox Communications is offering low-cost, home internet with wifi to qualifying low-income families through their Connect2Compete program.

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  • Century Link Support Programs

    CenturyLink provides qualifying low-income customers the access to two support programs: Lifeline (Federal) and Telephone Assistance Program (TAP) assistance offered at the state level

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  • Connect Arizona

    Offering a free wifi map, along with tools to help you get online, Connect Arizona is working towards Digital Equity for all. Click the link to learn more.

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