Your opinion about Auburn Enlarged City School District is valued by Superintendent Evelyn, district leadership and the School Board. This Continuous Improvement Survey is your chance to voice your opinions and provide feedback about several important issues within our school district. This survey is also your opportunity to inform our continuous improvement process.
Questions focus on the entire school district, so please do not limit your answers to your views about any one school. Your responses will help the district make decisions to improve education for all
Congratulations to Auburn's Odyssey of the Mind Teams from Seward, coached by Karol Soules, and Owasco, coached by Jon Carnes, who competed in the World Finals on May 31 at Iowa State University. Everyone came out a winner just by solving an Odyssey of the Mind problem and competing on the world stage with more than 836 teams.
Congratulations to the Girls GOLF Team and the Varsity BASEBALL Team winning their Section III Championships!
The 2014-2015 Budget Vote & School Board Election Results:
School Budget: Yes - 1,470 No - 474
Board of Education: Eli Hernandez, Monika Salvage, Karol Soules
Once again, the community of Auburn has come out to support the school budget with 74% of the voters casting a “yes” vote. On behalf of the students of our district, the Administration and the Board of Education, I would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to those who have worked to develop a fiscally and educationally responsible budget and thank those who took the time out of their busy schedules to cast their votes.
Constance D. Evelyn, Superintendent of Schools
District Update on the Closure of West Middle School
The Auburn ECSD has received the national designation as a "Best Community for Music Education 2014" from the NAMM Foundation.
from Constance D. Evelyn, Superintendent of Schools
The Auburn Enlarged City School District is committed to providing an educational environment that promotes respect, dignity and equality for all. Our District recognizes that harassment and bullying are detrimental to student learning and achievement.