Cupertino Union School District

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The Cupertino Union School District (CUSD) is a K-8 school district that covers the city of Cupertino, California, and parts of San Jose, Sunnyvale, Saratoga, Santa Clara, and Los Altos, California. The CUSD operates twenty elementary schools (K-5) and six middle schools (6-8). Cupertino Union is a feeder for the Fremont Union High School District and it features an ELD (English Language Development) Program that helps new immigrants to learn and adjust to the American culture.

Cupertino Union School District
Cupertino Union School District (logo).jpg
Location
1309 S Mary Ave #150, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
United States
District information
GradesK–8
PresidentJerry Liu
Vice-presidentSatheesh Madhathil
SuperintendentStacy McAfee-Yao (Interim)
Schools19 elementary (K-5) schools, 5 middle (6-8) schools, and 1 K-8 school
Budget~$185,000,000 Annually [1]
NCES District ID0610290
Students and staff
Students16710 [2]
Teachers780 (full time)
Other information
Websitewww.cusdk8.org

Schools in the Cupertino Union School DistrictEdit

Elementary schoolsEdit

  • Blue Hills Elementary School
  • Christa McAuliffe School
  • De Vargas Elementary School
  • Dilworth Elementary School
  • Eaton Elementary School
  • Eisenhower Elementary School
  • Faria Elementary School
  • Garden Gate Elementary School
  • John Muir Elementary School
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • L.P. Collins Elementary School
  • Montclaire Elementary School
  • Murdock-Portal Elementary School (formerly known as Carol Murdock Elementary School until closed in 1980. Reopened as Murdock-Portal when the Portal Elementary School was closed and the students and teachers moved to the Murdock location)
  • Nimitz Elementary School
  • Regnart Elementary School
  • R.I. Meyerholz Elementary School
  • Sedgwick Elementary School
  • Stevens Creek Elementary School
  • Stocklmeir Elementary School
  • West Valley Elementary School

Middle schoolsEdit

  • Cupertino Middle School
  • Joaquin Miller Middle School
  • John F. Kennedy Middle School
  • Sam H. Lawson Middle School
  • Warren E. Hyde Middle School
  • Christa McAuliffe School

Projected School ClosuresEdit

School Redirect School Rationale
Projected closure in 2021-2022 school year (phase 1) [3]
John Muir Elementary School Dilworth, Blue Hills Smallest school site showing the most dramatic and consistent decline
DeVargas Elementary School Sedgwick, Eisenhower, Dilworth Demonstrating high decline with increased numbers of OE requests.A portion of the DV boundary sits closer to Eisenhower, making aboundary shift easier
Regnart Elementary School Lincoln, Blue Hills Different quadrant school, showing significant and continuedprojected decline compared to others in the quadrant
Projected closure in 2022-2023 school year (phase 2) [3]
Stevens Creek Elementary School West Valley, Montclaire, Garden Gate, Lincoln Different quadrant, showing significant and continued projected decline. Location will be used for Faria alternative program

Closed schoolsEdit

  • Calabazas Creek Elementary (closed after 1974–1975 school year; demolished)
  • Doyle School (demolished in 1980; now Barrington Bridge neighborhood)
  • Earl Warren Elementary School (closed 1975; now Jenny Strand park)
  • Eaton Elementary School (closed in 1983, later reopened and currently operating)
  • Fremont Older Elementary School (demolished; now Creekside Park)
  • Grant School (closed 1979, mostly demolished for new homes; a portion is now Grant Park and a few original buildings serve as Grant Park Community Center)
  • Hansen Elementary School (closed in 1979; reopened and now Christa McAuliffe School)
  • Herbert Hoover Elementary School (closed 1981, demolished; now Hoover Park and accompanying homes)
  • Inverness Elementary School (closed 1978, demolished; now part of Sunnyvale Birdlands neighborhood)
  • Jollyman Elementary School (closed after 1981–1982 school year; demolished for construction of new houses (Jollyman Park))
  • Laura B. Stichter School (closed after 1977–1978 school year; demolished)
  • Luther Elementary School (closed 1982; buildings now leased to private schools with attached field serving as a neighborhood park)
  • Monta Vista Elementary School (now Monta Vista Park)
  • Ortega Junior High School (facilities merged with adjoining Stocklmeir Elementary School)
  • Panama School (closed 1978, demolished; now Panama Park)
  • Portal Elementary School, including Nan Allen School on same site (closed 1983, now reopened as Collins Elementary School)
  • San Antonio School (closed 1974 or soon after, now San Antonio Park and South Peninsula Hebrew Day School)
  • Serra Elementary School (closed 1981, buildings now leased to private schools with adjoining park)
  • Wilson Elementary School (closed 1975, demolished; now Wilson Park)
  • Zarevich Site (land that was never developed, near current-day Interstate Freeway 280 and Lawrence Expy adjacent to 5301 Stevens Creek/Agilent)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2020-2021 Adoption Budget Financial & SACS Report". CUSD.
  2. ^ "State of the District - Board Presentation 10-8-20" (PDF). CUSD.
  3. ^ a b "Citizens Advisory Committee Update September 10, 2020" (PDF).

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