Superintendent Message, Spring 2021
Dear Auburn School District Families:
The last year has been challenging for our community. However, the hope and resilience of our community is evident as we begin our return to in-person instruction.
We committed to providing a supportive, engaging and challenging Distance Learning program and I am so proud of our staff for the amazing work they did to support our students. From our custodial and maintenance staff to teachers, paraeducators and office staff, everyone stepped up to learn new ways of supporting students and families. We really did make the best of Distance Learning.
Now as we navigate our return to school, once again the staff, families and community are coming together to support our students. The Auburn Public Schools Foundation, the Auburn Food Bank, the YMCA and many other community partners have worked tirelessly to support Auburn School District families.
As a community, we need to continue to slow the spread of COVID-19. Wearing masks, physical distancing and avoiding large gatherings are still needed to slow the spread. We are happy to report school district employees were prioritized to receive the vaccine and every ASD staff member has had the opportunity to be vaccinated.
This spring, I am hopeful. We are emerging from this experience together and stronger. I am so thankful to live and work in this community.
Dr. Alan Spicciati
Superintendent's Student Advisory Council