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Earhart Elementary School

Alameda Unified School District

  • Contact us: (510) 337-7000



    School Site Council

    The next School Site Council meeting will be held on Monday, March 26th at 4:15 in the Office.


    Amelia Earhart

    Amelia Earhart was created by artist Jane DeDecker.  The statue was donated by Dick Davis with the support from the Frank Bette Center for the Arts.

    S - Scholarly

    O - Organized

    A - Allies

    R - Respectful & Responsible


    Saying Goodbye....

    Mr. Wolf has taught at Earhart for 17 years.  His dedication and support of his students has been second to none!  Everyone can fondly remember his one of a kind exercise and running program.  We couldn't think of a better way to honor him and his legacy!

    Come and say goodbye and give your well wishes in the first and only ever:

    Mr. Wolf 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk!

    For more information and to print the registration form, please click on the link below:

    Mr. Wolf Fun Run Registration and Waiver.docx  (Word Document)


    Mr. Wolf Fun Run Registration and Waiver.pdf (PDF File)





    Each year Alameda Education Foundation honors people who make a difference at our school sites.  It is a pleasure at Earhart this year to honor Rachil Tam, Stella Bourgoin and Susan Lee.  Rachil has worked to move our school into the twenty-first century, establishing a PTA website and updating it regularly to provide a line of communication to all parents.  This year, Rachil is serving as PTA President.  Stella Bourgoin has been the energy behind art docent for the last two years!  She is passionate and talented and always eager to have a child enjoy art as she does.  She is also a committed science volunteer.  Susan Lee is our Earhart music teacher.  Susan has made the M in MSTEM come alive.  Children love to sing and play music aligned to science and Susan is the teacher who supports this work each day at Earhart.  Susan not only teaches children to love music but supports teachers with classroom musicals and provides the music for our Innovative Nights.

    These amazing Earhart honorees will be recognized at the AEF Salute to Education on April 27th!

    "Science is a conversation with nature"

    April 18, 2018 - Campus clean up and gardening from 2:00 - 4:00

    April 21, 2018 - Crown Memorial Beach Clean up 

    April 25, 2018 - Campus clean up and gardening from 2:00 - 4:00

    April 28, 2018 - Harbor Bay Trail Plastic Debris & Litter Clean up

    For more information on any of these events, please visit the Science page.


    Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  If you want one for your child/children, now is the time to order.  April 30th is the absolute day to order a yearbook if you want it for SCHOOL DISTRIBUTION and DELIVERY.  There is no charge for shipping if you order by the April 30th deadline.  You can still order a yearbook after April 30th, but it will be mailed to your home and you will have to pay additional for shipping.  Please note, there will NOT be any extras available for purchase on the distribution day or the last week of school.  Please plan accordingly!  Yearbooks can be ordered at




    The Alameda Unified School District has revised the attendance policy.  This policy is effective immediately.  For more information, please visit the AUSD Attendance Policy



    If you are new to Alameda Unified School District and would like to enroll you child please go to AUSD Student Enrollment 


    Lincoln Middle School Open House

    On Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Lincoln Middle School will be having their Open House from 6:30-8:00 p.m.  Please mark your calendars so you don’t miss the opportunity to meet our teachers and hear student led discussions about the great things happening around campus as you experience the life of a middle schooler.  Everyone is welcome!  Come to our Lincoln Middle School Open House and hear what makes us ROAR!

    CAASPP Testing





    About Our School

    About Us

    Amelia Earhart School inspires academic excellence,

    a passion for learning, and

    respect for self and community.


    Joy Dean, Principal