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About Us

VISION

All students graduate college and career ready, prepared to be responsible global citizens and ambitious future leaders

VALUES

Students First: Our students are our highest priority. Every decision is made to maximize our students’ well-being. 

Educational Equity: Every student receives the academic, social, and emotional support needed to thrive. Resources are allocated to address achievement and opportunity gaps.

Diversity: Our learning community’s diverse cultural experiences and intellectual variance drives our collective and individual success. 

Collaborative Relationships: We foster learning environments where meaningful collaboration occurs. Members of our learning community forge respectful relationships based on integrity, empathy and dignity.

OUR SCHOOLS

  • 23 SCHOOLS
    • 16 Elementary Schools
    • 4 Middle Schools
    • 2 Comprehensive High Schools
    • 1 Alternative High School

OUR STUDENTS

  • 18,071 STUDENTS
    • 58.02% Hispanic
    • 24.17% White
    • 5.47% African American
    • 12.34% Other

Student Teacher Ratios

  • Elementary and K-8 Schools 
    • Grades K thru 3 - 24:1
    • Grades 4 thru 8 - 34:1
  • Middle Schools
    • 32:1
  • High Schools
    • 38:1

employees

  • 1,915 EMPLOYEES
    • Certificated staff: 968
    • Classified staff: 872
    • Administrators: 75

 

ADOPTED BUDGET 17-18

  • Revenue
    • LCFF - $162,755,346
    • Federal - $15,847,186
    • State - $13,165,540
    • Local - $11,710,016
    • Total Revenue - $203,478,088 
  • Expenses
    • Salaries - $128,557,368
    • Labor Related Costs - $61,512,112
    • Supplies - $5,675,945
    • Services and Equipment - $18,926,063
    • Other - $1,343,770
    • Total Expenses - $216,015,258