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SANTA ANA UNI F I ED SCHOOL D I STR I CT AT A 2019-2020 GLANCE FACTS

HIGHLIGHTS

FREE before and after school programs

International Baccalaureate (IB) World Program 7th-12th

50+ 21st Century Career Technical Academies

FREE nutritious breakfast and lunch daily

Dual Language Immersion Pre-K-12th

Restorative Practices & Mental Health Services College courses offered at most high school campuses National Cooking Up Change 4 time champions - High School Inc. Academy at Santa Ana Valley H.S.

Full day preschool & kindergarten

62 Middle College High School students graduated with “AA’’ degree in 2019 FREE college tuition & laptop freshman year at Santa Ana College when enrolled full-time for SAUSD graduates National Award Winning Speech & Debate Program 698 SAUSD graduates received the Seal of Biliteracy in 2019 and are Bilingual in two or more languages

Visual and Performing Arts

Construction Trades Pre-Apprenticeship Program

Internships with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

STEM

SANTA ANA UNI F I ED SCHOOL D I STR I CT AT A 2019-2020 GLANCE FACTS We will work collaboratively and comprehensively with staff, parents, and the community to strengthen a learning

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS environment focused on raising the achievement of all students and preparing them for success in college and career. MISSION VISION 7 HIGH SCHOOLS 4 Educational Options 8 We assure well-rounded learning experiences, which prepare our students for success in college and career. We engage, inspire, and challenge all of our students to become productive citizens, ethical leaders, and positive contributors to our community, country and a global society.

10 th largest school district in California

47,000 Enrollment of approx. students

5,000 Approx. employees

Secondary Schools Dependent Charter Deaf and Hard of Hearing Regional Program K-6 1 3 Early Childhood Education Programs Child Development Center 1 1

3536

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Geographic

24 square miles

size

LCAP GOAL #1: TEACHING & LEARNING

Goals & Progress

58%

All students have equitable access to a high quality curricular and instructional program

AP Passage for 12th Graders

Graduation Rate 92%

GOAL #2: STAKEHOLDER COMMUNICATION & ENGAGEMENT

Establish collaboration and communication across all levels of the district among students, staff, families, and communities.

Speech & Debate Middle School National Champions

57

GOAL #3: SAFETY & WELLNESS

Wellness Centers

Embrace and maintain a healthy, safe, secure, and respectful school and working environment for everyone.

GOAL #4: MULTI-TIERED SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT (MTSS)

Attendance Rate

Implement a system that provides responsive support to targeted students within subgroups to meet individual, academic, behavioral and social-emotional learning needs.

97%

Budget

2019-2020

EXPENSE BUDGET $697.4

LCFF Sources 79.4% 6.7% 13.2% Federal Revenue Other State Revenue 0.7% Other Local Revenue

(IN MILLIONS)

Capital Outlay 0.95%

Other Outgo/Interfund Transfers Out 1.30%

Employee Benefits 26.50%

Certificated Salaries 40.32%

Classified Salaries 15.11%

Services & Other Operating Expenditures 10.41%

Books & Supplies 5.41%

SOURCE OF REVENUE

NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS

POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTIONS AND SUPPORTS (PBIS) IMPLEMENTATION BY THE CALIFORNIA PBIS COMMISSION IN 2019

TITLE I ACADEMIC ACHIEVING SCHOOLS

Muir Fundamental Elementary Thorpe Fundamental Elementary

Franklin Elementary Harvey Elementary Lincoln Elementary Monroe Elementary Muir Fundamental Elementary Romero-Cruz Academy Thorpe Fundamental Elementary

Harvey Elementary Middle College High

PLATINUM RECOGNITION:

CALIFORNIA GOLD RIBBON SCHOOLS

Carver Elementary Diamond Elementary Edison Elementary Esqueda Elementary Franklin Elementary Fremont Elementary Garfield Elementary Godinez Fundamental High Harvey Elementary Heninger Elementary Heroes Elementary Jackson Elementary Lincoln Elementary Macarthur Fundamental Intermediate

Martin Elementary McFadden Intermediate Mendez Fundamental Intermediate Monte Vista Elementary Muir Fundamental Elementary Saddleback High Sierra Intermediate Thorpe Fundamental Valley High Villa Fundamental Intermediate Walker Elementary

Franklin Elementary Greenville Fundamental Elementary Lincoln Elementary MacArthur Middle College Walker Elementary

Walker Elementary Middle College High

CALIFORNIA DISTINGUISHED SCHOOLS

Adams Elementary Fremont Elementary Greenville Fundamental Elementary Harvey Elementary Heninger Elementary King Elementary Madison Elementary

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION GOLDEN BELL

GOLD RECOGNITION:

Senior Portfolio and Exit Interview Program Jackson Elementary High School Inc. at Valley High School (42 total Golden Bell Awards to date)

Carr Intermediate Davis Elementary Greenville Fundamental Kennedy Elementary King Elementary Lowell Elementary Madison Elementary Monroe Elementary

Pio Pico Elementary Roosevelt Elementary Santiago Elementary Segerstrom High Sepulveda Elementary Spurgeon Intermediate Taft Elementary

Martin Elementary Monroe Elementary Muir Fundamental Elementary Pio Pico Elementary Santiago Elementary Thorpe Fundamental Elementary Carr Intermediate MacArthur Fundamental Intermediate Mendez Fundamental Intermediate McFadden Intermediate Sierra Intermediate Century High Middle College High

Washington Elementary Wilson Elementary

TOP 100 HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY BY US WORLD NEWS REPORT

SILVER RECOGNITION:

Adams Elementary Advanced Learning Academy Century High Hoover Elementary Lathrop Intermediate

Lorin Griset Academy REACH Academy Romero-Cruz Academy Santa Ana High Willard Intermediate

Godinez Fundamental High Middle College High Saddleback High Segerstrom High School

Directory ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS

Carr

2120 W. Edinger Ave. 92704 714-480-4100

Cal SAFE 1915 W. McFadden Ave. 92704 714-431-7542 Career Technical Education CTE at Valley High School 1801 S. Greenville St. 92704 714-241-6598 Early Childhood Education 1629 S. Center St. 92704 714-431-7542 Head Start 1629 S. Center St.92704 714-431-7576 Mitchell Child Development Center 3001 W. Harvard St. 92704 714-285-4600 714-568-7000 Godinez Fundamental 3002 Centennial Rd. 92704 714-433-6600 Middle College 1530 W. Seventeenth St. 92706 714-953-3900 Saddleback (7-12) 2802 S. Flower St. 92707 714-569-6300 Santa Ana 520 W. Walnut St. 92701 714-567-4900 Segerstrom 2301 W. MacArthur Blvd. 92704 714-241-5000 Valley 1801 S. Greenville St. 92704 714-241-6410 OTHER PROGRAMS Lathrop 714-567-3300 MacArthur Fundamental 600 W. Alton Ave. 92707 714-568-7700 McFadden 2701 S. Raitt St. 92704 714-435-3700 Mendez Fundamental 2000 N. Bristol St. 92706 714-972-7800 Sierra Prep. Academy 2021 N. Grand Ave. 92705 714-567-3500 Villa Fundamental 1441 E. Chestnut Ave. 92701 714-558-5100 Willard 1342 N. Ross St. 92706 714-480-4800 1111 S. Broadway 92707 Century 1401 S. Grand Ave. 92705 HIGH SCHOOLS HIGH SCHOOLS

Adams Carver

2130 S. Raitt St. 92704

714-430-5900

1401 W. Santa Ana Blvd. 92703 714-564-2000

Davis

1405 French St. 92701 1450 S. Center St. 92704 2063 Orange Ave. 92707

714-564-2200 714-480-8100 714-433-6900 714-431-1500 714-564-2900 714-972-4300

Diamond

Edison

Esqueda (K-8) 2240 S. Main St. 92707

Franklin Fremont Garfield

210 W. Cubbon St. 92701 1930 W. Tenth St. 92703

850 Brown St. 92701 714-972-5300 Greenville Fundamental 3600 S. Raitt St. 92704 714-558-3400 Harvey 1635 S. Center St. 92704 714-430-6200 Heninger (K-8) 417 W. Walnut St. 92701 714-953-3800 Heroes 1111 W. Civic Center Dr. 92703 714-568-9600 Hoover 408 E. Santa Clara Ave. 92706 714-564-2100 Jackson 1143 S. Nakoma Dr. 92704 714-569-3500 Jefferson (K-6) 1522 W. Adams St. 92704 714-431-3800 Kennedy 1300 E. McFadden Ave. 92705 714-972-5700 King 1001 S. Graham Ln. 92703 714-972-6000 Lincoln 425 S. Sullivan St. 92704 714-972-6200 Lowell 700 S. Flower St. 92703 714-972-6300 Madison (K-6) 1124 E. Hobart St. 92707 714-972-6400 Martin 939 W. Wilshire Ave. 92707 714-480-8000 Monroe 417 E. Central Ave. 92707 714-431-3900 Monte Vista 2116 W. Monta Vista Ave. 92704 714-564-8500 Muir Fundamental 1951 N. Mabury St. 92705 714-972-6700 Pio Pico 931 W. Highland St. 92703 714-972-7500 Romero-Cruz Academy (K-8) 2701 W. 5th St. 92703 714-480-2200 Roosevelt 501 S. Halladay St. 92701 714-564-1200 Santiago (K-8) 2212 N. Baker St. 92706 714-564-8400 Sepulveda 1801 S. Poplar St. 92704 714-433-6500 Taft (K-6) 500 W. Keller Ave. 92707 714-431-7700 Thorpe Fundamental 2450 W. Alton Ave. 92704 714-430-5800 Walker 811 E. Bishop St. 92701 714-647-2800 Washington 910 W. Anahurst Pl. 92707 714-445-5100 Wilson 1317 N. Baker St. 92706 714-564-8100

CHARTER SCHOOL

Advanced Learning Academy (K-5)

335 E. Walnut St. 92701

714-480-4300 714-480-4350

Early College (6-9) 1325 E. 4th St. 92701

2128 S. Cypress Ave. 92707 EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS

Chavez

714-430-5700

Independent Study Program

520 W. Walnut St. 92701

Lorin Griset Academy

1915 W. McFadden Ave. 92704 714-648-2900

REACH Academy (7-12)

1512 N. Santa Ana Blvd. 92703 714-796-9000

BOARD OF EDUCATION

Board meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. Unless otherwise posted, meetings are held at the school district administration center, 1601 East Chestnut Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92701, Board Room. Meetings are also broadcast live on Time Warner Cable, Channel 31, and repeated the following Saturday at 3 p.m. and Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Valerie Amezcua President

Rigo Rodriguez, Ph.D. Vice President

Alan Rasmussen, Ed.D. Richard V. Tauer Interim Co-Superintendents

Alfonso Alvarez, Ed.D. Clerk

John Palacio Member

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