The Alta Loma School District (ALSD) Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the selection of accomplished educator, Dr. Sherry Smith, as the new Superintendent.
ALSD continues to receive and deeply respect diverse input related to vaccines, which are not currently mandated. At this time, there is not an Executive Order, Public Health Order or legislative action to put a mandate into effect. Policies related to this matter would be set at the state level, not at the county or local level. If you'd also like to reach out to your local representatives, contact information for Assembly Member Ramos and Senator Ochoa-Bogh can be found at https://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov/. Information for contacting Governor Newsom's office can be found at https://govapps.gov.ca.gov/gov40mail/.
Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year! We are so happy to have welcomed back almost 5,600 students beginning on August 9, 2021. After having joined Alta Loma School District just six months ago, I’m thrilled to be starting this year’s journey with you.
The Alta Loma School District will welcome two new district administrators following the retirement of a pair of longtime executives. Eric Hart, who has served as the ALSD director of fiscal services since March 2018, has been promoted to associate superintendent for administrative services and chief business official, replacing Steve Thomas, who retired after working 34 years in the school district.
Three Alta Loma elementary schools will have new leadership for the 2021-2022 school year. The Alta Loma School District Board of Trustees at its June 9 meeting approved Guadalupe Berzunza as principal at Floyd M. Stork Elementary School, Khaleelah Lewis-Wilkins as principal at Banyan Elementary School and Andrew Carter as principal at Deer Canyon Elementary School. All three appointments are effective July 1.
Located in the foothill community of Rancho Cucamonga, California, the Alta Loma School District serves over 6,000 achieving students with 300 teachers and administrative staff and an additional 450+ support staff.
The District prides itself on its educational program, which provides each student with the opportunity for maximum intellectual, social, and physical development. Strong parent and community involvement in the schools' academic excellence of our students, professional development of staff, and the stability of leadership all provide the foundation of success for Inspiring Learners for a Lifetime!