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Public Hearings on School Fees in March

The Board of Education will be holding two public hearings in March to allow comment on proposed changes in school fees for the 2024-25 school year. 

Public Hearings Dates and Times

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Transition Planning

The district is committed to ensuring a successful and smooth transition for students, families, and employees who may be joining a new school community in the 2024-2025 school year.

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Black History Month
We Celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history.

Learn more about Black History Month

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Our Students Are Our Future

Our students are bright, full of energy, and ready to learn. Our goal is to guide these students in a rigorous learning experience and to lead the state in student growth and equity.

Read our Strategic Plan for Student Achievement

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Our Teachers and Employees are Committed to Excellence

We have the right teachers, leaders, and employees in place to meet our goals and lead the state.

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Future High School Building Options

What’s happening with Highland High School and West High School? Will they be rebuilt?

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Resources

Transition Planning

Working together to create new, welcoming school communities.

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Looking for a job?

Explore the many job opportunities in our district.

Our Foundation

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POWERSCHOOL FOR PARENT & STUDENTS


 

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At A Glance

Our Mission

42

schools in our district, including K-8, online, and charter schools

For Families

19,845

students enrolled in our schools

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80

languages spoken by our students

Students

53

percent of our students come from low-income households 

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27

percent of our students are English Language Learners