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KUSD has created English and Spanish webpages to keep all messaging and resources...
KUSD news release
State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor recognizes Frank, Grewenow, Harvey and Roosevelt elementary schools...
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Virtual learning will resume Monday, April 20, 2020. All seven meal distribution sites will remain open on...
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KUSD’s food service program is distributing meals to any child under 18 in our community. Parents/...

The KUSD Difference

63%
AP exams taken received a passing score of 3, 4 or 5
37.5%
of graduates earn community service distinction diplomas
3
High Schools
1
Specialty School
5
Charter Schools
26.1
Avg credits earned (23.5 required)
5
Choice Schools
41
different schools
21,233
Students
92.9%
Attendance Rate
1
Educational Support Center
5
Middle Schools
89.3%
2017-18 four-year graduation rate
22
Elementary Schools
4,292
Total Employees