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Redondo Beach Unified School District

Redondo Beach Unified School District is a school district with approximately 10,000 students headquartered in Redondo Beach, California. The school district consists of eight elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, one continuation school, and one adult school.

Redondo Beach Unified School District
Redondo Beach, California
United States
Coordinates33°51′56″N 118°21′40″W / 33.865582°N 118.361247°W / 33.865582; -118.361247Coordinates: 33°51′56″N 118°21′40″W / 33.865582°N 118.361247°W / 33.865582; -118.361247
District information
TypePublic school
GradesK-12
Established1993 (1993)
SuperintendentSteven E. Keller
Schools13
Budget$88,929,333
NCES District ID0600032[1]
Students and staff
Students10,060
Teachers397
Student-teacher ratio25.07
Other information
Websiterbusd.org

RBUSD serves the city of Redondo Beach. In addition, residents of Hermosa Beach may choose to attend Redondo Union High School of RBUSD or the Mira Costa High School of the Manhattan Beach Unified School District. [1]

HistoryEdit

RBUSD was established in 1993 by the consolidation of Redondo Beach City School District and South Bay Union High School District. [2]

SuperintendentEdit

  • Dr. Steven Keller

Assistant SuperintendentsEdit

  • Annette Alpern, Deputy Superintendent, Educational Services
  • Nicole Wesley, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
  • Janet Redella, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services
  • Jessica Silberling, Executive Director, Special Education
  • Derek M. Kinsey, Chief Technology Officer, Information Technology

Board of EducationEdit

  • Brad Waller: Board President
  • Brad Serkin: Board Vice President
  • Raymur Flinn: Board Presiding Officer
  • Michael Christensen: Board Member
  • David Witkin: Board Member
  • Sergio Godinez: Student Board Member

SchoolsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Redondo Beach Unified School District". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved 1 February 2013.
  2. ^ Redondo Union High School
  3. ^ Patricia Dreizler Continuation High School
  4. ^ Adams Middle School
  5. ^ Parras Middle School
  6. ^ Alta Vista Elementary School
  7. ^ Beryl Heights Elementary School
  8. ^ Birney Elementary School
  9. ^ Jefferson Elementary School
  10. ^ Lincoln Elementary School
  11. ^ Madison Elementary School
  12. ^ Tulita Elementary School
  13. ^ Washington Elementary School
  14. ^ RBUSD Independent Study
  15. ^ RBUSD Learning Academy
  16. ^ South Bay Adult School
  17. ^ Child Development Centers - CDC

External linksEdit