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Board Meeting today

The Atascadero Unified School Board Meeting will be broadcast live on the AUSD YouTube today, April 7, beginning at 11:00 am. To view the Board Meeting, click here.

Public comments can be emailed to staceyphillips@atasusd.org prior to the meeting and will be read during the public comment portion of the meeting.  Comments must be limited to 3 minutes in length, about 450 words.

Food Service Letter to Parents

A MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT BUTLER

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CHROMEBOOK DISTRIBUTION

Many schools handed out Chromebooks this week, giving students the ability to engage in home based learning and also getting a chance to see some of their principals, teachers and other amazing staff members. Monterey Road greeted their students and parents with lots of fun noise makers and enthusiasm while Creston had their mascot waving to everyone that came through, all while keeping a safe 6 foot distance. A big THANK YOU to all of AUSD's staff as they keep things moving for our students!

Carrisa Plains Polecats
Carissa Plains Polecat

Creston Cougars
Creston Cougar

Monterey Road Mustangs

FIRST WEEK OF HOME BASED LEARNING

Hope everybody's first week of home based learning went somewhat smoothly, if you have any questions please direct them to your student's teacher or principal.

Here is the academic plan for Home Based Learning that began this week (4/1/2020). Please see the attached document for more detailed information of the academic plan. Additionally, we have created a schedule for the distribution of Chromebooks for students in grades 1-6. School principals have sent out each school's schedule.

We look forward to embarking on this new endeavour together with you. Click on the flyer below to read more.

Please click here for the PDF version

CIF SCHOLAR ATHLETE CAEL COOPER

Eight time Varsity Letterman, Cael Cooper, was awarded the CIF's Scholar Athlete award for this year.

“It was honestly a little surprising to me because I was just not expecting it,” Cooper said. “With everything that has been going on with the school shutting down and everything I kind of figured, I would never hear about it again, but it was actually a good surprise when our athletic director Facetimed me and told me the news.”

Read the full article in the Atascadero News, linked below.

CONGRATULATIONS CAEL!

Atascadero News
Atascadero’s Cael Cooper

HOW TO EFFECTIVELY DISINFECT

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SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SUPPORT RESOURCES

Click on the link below to get some great resources for social and emotional support during this school closure.

Social and Emotional Supports

Technology Information for School Closure


Important Message from Superintendent Butler Regarding COVID-19 School Closure

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A MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT TOM BUTLER


AUSD NURSING SERVICES INFORMATION LETTER

Please read the attached letter from Nursing Services in regards to viral illness prevention. 

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Atascadero Unified
Superintendent: Tom Butler
5601 West Mall, Atascadero, CA 93422
805-462-4200

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STEAM MINECRAFTER CAMP

STEAM Minecrafter camp is coming back to Atascadero for its 3rd summer! We hope you'll join us once again, as we are planning new worlds and new engaging STEAM activities.

This year's camp is June 8-12, from 9-3 pm. Click on this link below for more details.

Minecrafter CampPlease click the photo for the PDF version

CRAZY DAYS AT CRESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!

Creston's Cougars had a blast participating in event days, such as CRAZY HAT DAY and did so much reading while celebrating Dr. Seuss Week!
Crazy Hat day at Creston Elementary

INDOOR ARCHERY NATIONAL CHAMPION!

Isabella Otter won the National Championship in Indoor Archery, read all about her past and present wins in the Atascadero News.
https://atascaderonews.com/news/sports/isabella-otter-wins-national-championship-in-indoor-archery/

READ ACROSS AMERICA

Board member Mrs. Kuhnle visited Carrisa Plains to read aloud to the students during Read Across America week.
Board member Mrs. Kuhnle visited Carrisa Plains to read aloud to the students during Read Across America week.

REGIONAL SCIENCE BOWL COMPETITION

Atascadero Middle School Science Team had so much fun competing in this year's Regional Science Bowl, they worked hard to overcome some nerves and were VERY impressive in their performance! We are so proud of how the team competed! They worked very hard throughout the school year during the Science Bowl Saint's Block and studied countless hours on their own time. We had 3 tutors from Cal Poly helping them to prepare during Saint's Block.
16 teams across Southern/Central California competed in the Regional Science Bowl at Cal Poly. Only 3 teams in SLO county participated: Atascadero, Templeton and SLO Classical Academy.

AMS had the only all-female team in the competition! This was their 2nd year competing.

Atascadero News
Atascadero Middle School's All female Science Team

AHS GREYBOTS

The AHS Greybots took 1st place at Mamba Stadium in Thousand Oaks.
Ranked 1st in the qualifications matches out of 41 robots, they also won the Autonomous Award by Ford lead by Oliver and 6 of the 12 Greybot programmers this year.
Atascadero High School's Greybots team

THINKING MAPS NIGHT AT SAN GABRIEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

San Gabriel held a Thinking Maps parent night. Students got to help their parents learn the 8 different maps. 
Thinking Maps parents night at San Gabriel Elementary

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DR. SEUSS!

Trustee Donn Clickard and Mrs. Leoni read Dr. Seuss books to the class and Superintendent Butler in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday, March 2!
Trustee Donn Clickard and Mrs. Leoni read Dr. Seuss books to the class and Superintendent Butler in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday, March 2!

Core Value of Excellence - Deri Kaye Ripel

Assistant Superintendent Curt Eichperger congratulates Deri Kaye Ripel on her recognition from the Board of Trustees for the AUSD Core Value of Excellence. Deri Kay recently received the Champions Program Award for California, Nevada and Arizona, being the only recipient for all three states. She will be invited back to Kentucky to compete against other regional recipients later in the year. The Board of Trustees and Deri Kaye's family were happy to congratulate her on this awesome achievement and thanked her for the wonderful care of the students before and after school. Way to go Deri Kaye!!
Assistant Superintendent Curt Eichperger congratulates Deri Kaye Ripel

Creston's Hand Delivered Invitations

Creston Elementary School Principal Sarah Betz was happy to have her picture taken with Reagan, Jaxon, and Levi who gave the Trustees a hand delivered invitation to Creston's Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony scheduled for March 31st. The three young men also lead the pledge of allegiance to open the evening's Board of Trustees Meeting. Keep up the good work boys!
Creston Elementary School Principal Sarah Betz was happy to have her picture taken with Reagan, Jackson, and Levi

Archer National Champion

School Board Student Representative and Atascadero High School junior Bella Otter was congratulated by the Board of Trustees for receiving National Championship at a recent archery competition. Bella scored 1163 pts. out of 1200 pts. to win the Compound Cadet Women division. Way to go Bella!!
School Board Student Representative and Atascadero High School junior Bella Otter was congratulated by the Board of Trustees

PCHS Volunteers Recognized for AUSD's Core Value of Teamwork


Paloma Creek High School and ACE Academy Principal Chris Balogh recognized two of his school's community volunteers for the AUSD Core Value of Teamwork. Linda Campeggi, retired Morro Bay High School teacher, has been volunteering since 2015 and is an indispensable help at the site with her organizational skills and her expertise as a proofreader. Rich Johnson shares his interest with career exploration and has helped organize the annual career days as well as created 'Mobile Career Days' where he takes the students out to various businesses and shares viable alternatives for their career paths. Principal Balogh thanked both for their diligence and generosity towards the students and staff. Thank you Linda and Rich!
Chris Balogh recognized two of his school's community volunteers for the AUSD Core Value of Teamwork.

SAN BENITO ELEMENTARY PARTICIPATES IN DESTINATION IMAGINATION

San Benito Elementary represented AUSD this past weekend at the local Destination Imagination competition. San Benito’s “Top Level Inventors” made up of second grade students led by Ms. Edgar and “STEAM Squad” made up of third graders led by Mrs. Gaeta competed against other elementary teams from around the county in STEAM challenges they have been preparing for over three months! Both teams took home second place medals as well as the life-long skills of teamwork, communication, and innovation.
San Benito Elementary represented AUSD this past weekend at the local Destination Imagination competition.