Alamosa School District

Alamosa School District A partnership of life-long learners empowered to reach their greatest potentials.

THANK YOU to Alamosa Voices and our Alamosa community members for getting up early this Memorial Day to make meals for our students! We have THE BEST community!

Food will be distributed all week, May 25-29, 10:30 - 12:00 at Boys & Girls Club and regular food distribution bus stops.

Ef's Restaurant, Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley

Alamosa Community: Please help us spread the word that food IS being distributed today, May 25, and will continue throughout the week thanks to the great people throughout our community!

Please note that food will be distributed at the SLV Boys and Girls Club from 10:30-12:00 instead of AES. All other food distribution routes will run as normal.

THANK YOU Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley & Ef's Restaurant!


Dylan R Brown Agency - Farmers Insurance

40,000+ meals delivered to kids in April!! The school district is hoping to continue feeding kids through the summer and have recieved quite a few grants. They are still short $70,000. The Dylan Brown Agency will match any gift given up to $2,500. If you would like to donate to help feed our local Alamosa kids please mail checks to Alamosa School District put Feed Kids in the memo: 209 Victoria Ave Alamosa CO 81101 or call 719-587-1600
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Emergency Meals-to-You Application

In addition to our food distribution program, all Alamosa School District families are eligible to sign up for the Meals-to-You Program - thanks to a partnership with Baylor University and the USDA.

Every two weeks, 10 breakfasts and 10 lunches are SHIPPED to homes for each child in the home that is 1-18 years old, and it is completely FREE.

This is a great option for those families who cannot get to a food distribution site.

Register today at:

You must sign up by May 28! Boxes will be provided on a first come, first served basis, so sign up online today! The Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty is excited to work with school districts and state agencies across the U.S. to ensure students have the nutritious meals they need, even when school i…

Attention Alamosa Families!
Your community has teamed up to make sure every child has access to healthy food while Alamosa School District takes a well deserved break. Food WILL be distributed May 25-29th!

Special thanks to #AlamosaVoices , Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley, Ef's Restaurant, La Puente's Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley, San Luis Valley Brewing Co., Local Food Coalition Local Foods, Local Places Community and others

Thank you to our “Golden Apple” teachers! You have touched and made a difference in A LOT of students’ lives. Enjoy retirement! 💛

Kerry Adams 1987-2020 = 33 years
Denise Jojola 1999-2020 = 21 years
Kathleen Johnson 2003-2020 = 17 years
Mark Garberich 2008-2020 = 12 years

Not pictured
Gary Smith 1994-2020 = 26 years


[05/21/20]   Last day of school for 2019-2020. Have a wonderful summer! We love and miss you. 💗

Thank you AES 1st Grade team for the incredible video! ❤️

ASD Parents/Caregivers:
We need your help! Please share your feedback on remote learning by completing the survey at the link below:

Important Dates:

Tuesday, May 19
Student Belonging Pick Up at AES and AHS

Thursday, May 21
Last Day of School for All ASD Students

Friday, May 22
ASD Device Return at the District Office

We are so appreciative of our Alamosa community! Thank you for all of the support everyone has given to our staff, students, and each other during this time.


Alamosa High School Graduation 2020 Alamosa High School Graduation 2020

AES 3-5 Events

May 15, 1:00 pm: Talent Show

May 18, 10:30 am: Annual end of year DANCE PARTY!

May 19: Student Belonging Pick Up

Please help us celebrate our 2020 AHS graduates by watching the live stream this Saturday, May 16, at 10 am on the AHS Website:

Congratulations, graduates!

What We Can Do Together
What do you do when the world shifts all around you? You look at your priorities. For the Alamosa School District and La Puente it was clear that food access was going to be increasingly important in the months to come. Both saw the need growing very quickly. Supporters of La Puente’s Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley made sure that there was enough money to buy food but finding food to buy was an alarming concern. Local sources had been hit hard and didn’t have extra to sell. Alamosa Schools, like many valley schools, wondered how long their food budget would last as they saw need increase among their students and families. While La Puente sent out feelers for food sources, they eventually solved the immediate needs by contracting directly with a wholesaler to by a semi-truck of food. At the same time, La Puente became the recipient on a large load of diapers, formula and wipes, and the Alamosa food bank agreed to act as storage. So when one of the feelers led to a food lead, the Food Bank Network didn’t have the capacity to store or sort a very generous donation from an unlikely source.
When the network of ARC Thrift Stores on the Front Range closed to the public, they added a food drive while they continued to receive other donations. This drive produced an amazing amount of food, so when Janet Foos , an ARC representative, heard of the struggle to find food she reached out to La Puente and offered to share. This food would be needed, only the Food Bank had a semi coming and all those diapers and couldn’t take on more at the time. La Puente’s Development Director, Amanda Pearson knew that the Alamosa Schools were feeding a lot of people, and with the schools empty, they also had some storage capacity. She called her friend, Jeremy Silva, who had been focusing on meal delivery, since his role at the transportation department was not as essential with no children to transport. Jeremy and Janet started to work out the details. It took some time for the ARC to put together the load for Alamosa, but their big-hearted staff were worried about Alamosa kids, so they sent $500 in Safeway gift cards for the school to buy food while they put the large food donation together. On May 8 the donation was ready. ARC took it their Pueblo store. Again, community came together to pick it up. Charlie Sanchez from Energy Resource Center had the right equipment. He and his crew helped the school district to bring 4 pallets of food back to help with meals.

A BIG thank you to Nancy Torres (OMS Nurse), Angela Heersink (OMS MTSS), and Tom Hays (AHS Counselor) for putting on a Virtual Family Night!

Screenagers Movie

Virtual Family Night is TONIGHT!🎬
Movie starts at 7:00. Register now at

ASD Virtual Family Night with PRIZES!
Thursday, May 7, 7:00 pm

Register TODAY at

There will be drawings for gift cards for those who watch!

This will be a free family movie viewed at home on May 7 at 7:00 pm sponsored by the Alamosa School District. Families must register to participate (1 registration per family). After registering, you will receive a unique URL to participate in this event.

ASD Virtual Family Night with PRIZES!
Thursday, May 7, 7:00 pm

Register TODAY at

There will be drawings for gift cards for those who watch!

This will be a free family movie viewed at home on May 7 at 7:00 pm sponsored by the Alamosa School District. Families must register to participate (1 registration per family). After registering, you will receive a unique URL to participate in this event.

AES 3-5 is having a Virtual Talent Show on Friday, May 15 at 1:00 pm at

Please cheer our student on during this Live Stream event!

AHS Maroon Pride

In place of the 2020 athletic banquet, Maroon Pride will post a video announcing this year's award winners-- see attached flyer for more information.

AES principal, Michelle Wilson, and AES dean, Nate Gonzales, appreciate our amazing teachers!

THANK YOU, ASD Parents, for co-teaching with us during remote learning and showing support to your child's teacher!

(This picture was provided by an AES teacher who wants to show appreciation to all of our co-teaching parents!)

Here at Alamosa School District, we are especially grateful to teachers right now for being so adaptable, creative and dedicated during COVID-19. Colorado Teacher Appreciation Week is May 4-8, and we want to use this opportunity to thank teachers for serving students and their families.

Please share how much you appreciate teachers. Share your message using #ThankATeacherCO and tag a friend to invite them also to give thanks. Download, customize and print a #ThankATeacherCO sign here: or create your own.

Super Heroes wears capes Lunch ladies/men wear aprons and serve school lunch!! Today is Super Hero Lunch Ladies/Man day!! These amazing people are here everyday cooking, serving, and doing many other duties (with love in their hearts) to be ready to feed nutritious meals to all of our students every day. Thank you for all you do! You are all Super Heroes!

Our bus drivers miss their kids too :-)

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Attention students 15-19 years old! This is a great opportunity to design your own learning experience. Click on the link to learn more. The application opens this Friday, May 1. At GripTape, we give youth the power to learn how they want, funding to pursue their learning, and a Champion to encourage them along the way. Our next general Learning Challenge application opens May 1, 2020.   Visit us then to apply for our summer 2020 Learning Challenge!   In the meantime, foll...

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ONLINE Movie and Q & A -SCREENAGERS NEXT CHAPTER- Presented By Alamosa School District & Ortega Middle School

ASD Virtual Family Night with PRIZES!

Thursday, May 7, 7:00 pm

Register TODAY:

There will be drawings for gift cards for those who watch!

This will be a free family movie viewed at home on May 7 at 7:00 pm sponsored by the Alamosa School District. Families must register to participate (1 registration per family).

After registering, you will receive a unique URL to participate in this event. Join us for an online interactive community movie screening and discussion! We will use the movie "Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills For Stress Resilience" as a starting point for a livestreaming, interactive discussion about how we help teens build crucial skills to navigate stress, anxie...

Super Seniors

21 AHS Seniors will graduate with a cumulative GPA of 4.0 or better! Congratulations to you all!

OMS students can clean out lockers and gather personal belongings starting May 4th with the following guidelines in place:

AHS Maroon Pride

A salute to our Senior Spring athletes ...your season may have been the shortest one in history, but you’re still big in our hearts! ❤️ Check out the banners on the south side of AHS. #MooseNation

To the AHS Class of 2020 - The faculty and staff of Alamosa High School want you to know that we are working behind the scenes to prepare for a graduation event that is as special as each member of your class! Graduation will be on May 16th and details have been mailed out. Every option available is being taken to create the most memorable experience possible under the current restrictions from local, state, and federal officials. The event will be filmed, photographed, recorded, and streamed for the community and shared with you and your families for free. If local and state officials ease restrictions during the summer to allow for large gatherings - AHS will plan a BBQ Bash for the Class of 2020. We are in this together!

[04/22/20]   Shout out to Jeremy Silva with our transportation department and his creativity in creating a video highlighting our transportation and food service workers! We appreciate all you do!

[04/22/20]   Enjoy a smile to your day! Thank you Jeremy Silva for putting together this video of our bus drivers and food service workers happily providing meals to our community. You are all appreciated!

Colorado High School Activities Association

We have made the difficult decision to cancel the spring 2020 season due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic:

Colorado Department of Education

Even while staying home, it's important for students to establish and maintain routines. Help your children and teens set daily goals and stick to healthy habits during #COVID19Colorado. Find more tips and resources for parents on our website: #edcolo

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