BACKGROUND First school was 18 th Street School in the San Antonio School District in 1866 Upland Elementary District (K-6) founded in 1907 Upland Unified School District (K-12) formed in July 1987
BACKGROUND: SCHOOLS (10) Elementary SchoolsENR Upland El (1939)602 Sierra Vista (1950)460 Baldy View (1954)744 Foothill Knolls (1959)527 Magnolia (1963)593 Citrus (1964)725 Sycamore (1965)497 Valencia (1966)668 Cabrillo (1966)666 Pepper Tree (1990)795 10/07
BACKGROUND: SCHOOLS (2) Junior High SchoolsENR Upland JHS (1928)1014 Pioneer JHS (1962)1064 (2) High SchoolsENR Upland High School (1956)3695 Hillside High School (1992)222 TOTAL K-12 ENROLLMENT12,285 10/07
BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Members Linda Angona, President 2001, 6 years of service Wes Fifield, Vice President 2005, 2 years of service Joe Lenz, Clerk 1985, 22 years of service Steve Frazee, Member 2003, 4 years of service Mike Varela, Member 1981, 26 years of service
BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Terms 5 members, elected at large from within the school district boundaries Entirely separate governance body from the City of Upland Elected to a term of four years Elections held every two years (3/2) Shift from odd to even years in 2008 Seats on the 2008 ballot: Steve Frazee and Linda Angona
BOARD : UNITY OF PURPOSE Our shared purpose is to support all students in acquiring and applying knowledge on a journey to high achievement – with no significant difference between or among groups. We are committed to maintain trust and move the district forward. We seek to understand our individual jobs and collective responsibilities.
BOARD : UNITY OF PURPOSE We strive to be a team with a clear and focused direction to serve as a catalyst for the disciplined efforts of employees, providing the community with evidence of success and measures of accomplishment. We are committed, as individuals and collectively, to perpetuate a legacy of a positive governance culture as team members come and go.
BOARD : STRATEGIC GOALS We will ensure high achievement for all students through: Disciplined attention to effective teaching, ongoing assessments and timely interventions; Dynamic parent partnerships, strong community connections, and effective board governance; Alignment of fiscal, facility, and human resources in support of our shared vision, goals and priorities.
BODIES: District Personnel CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES (610) Includes teachers, administrators, psychologists, nurses, counselors CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES (390) Includes secretaries, clerks, custodians, bus drivers, food services, instructional assistants, maintenance workers, proctors, CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEES (9) Secretaries and direct support to Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents
BODIES: Demographics Ethnicity: African White HispanicAmerican Asian Other* % 26.0%10.7% 7.5% 1.5% % 33.6%10.4% 6.6% 2.6% % 38.0% 9.0% 5.0%13.0% * Includes American Indian/Alaskan Native, Pacific Islander, Filipino, Multi-Ethnic (9%), No Response
BODIES: Demographics Languages in Spring 2006: 37 languages spoken by 2880 (23%) of students, of which 1823 (15%) are classified as English learners, receiving specialized instruction by teachers with appropriate training/certification Free and Reduced Lunch: 3,981 (32%) free lunch 1084 (9%) reduced lunch
BODIES: English Learners Number of English Learners:
BOUNDARIES There is no necessary relationship between boundaries of cities and that of school districts District boundaries established independent of city incorporation by San Bernardino County Committee on School District Organization. This committee administers request for district boundary changes School boundaries (within districts) established by local Board of Education
BUILDINGS (14) schools; (1) maintenance facility; (1) district office Measure K General Obligation bond generated $36 million Applied and received state matching grants of more than $45 million
BUDGET Revenues Upland Unified School District’s budget receives 107 separate sources of income: 9 funds 14 federal categorical programs 28 state categorical programs 55 local restricted programs Lottery: $1.8 million or 2.01% of total revenue budget
BUDGET – March 2007 REVENUES Revenue limit sources $62.2 million72.9% Federal revenue$6.79 million 7.1% State revenue$9.97 million13.8% Local revenue$5.33 million 5.8% Transfers in$244, % TOTAL REVENUES$84.5 MILLION100% EXPENDITURES Employee salaries$52.6 million58.4% Employee benefits$16.1 million16.8% Books and supplies$9.7 million12.6% Services, operations$6.8 million 6.9% Capital outlay$843, % Transfers out$3.3 million 3.2% TOTAL EXPENDITURES$89.3 MILLION100%
BASICS: RESULTS!!! API PERFORMANCE Growth Baldy View Cabrillo Citrus Foothill Knolls Magnolia Pepper Tree Sierra Vista Sycamore Upland El Valencia Pioneer JHS Upland JHS Upland HS
BRAGGING: RECOGNITION!!! California Title 1 Achieving Schools Baldy View Elementary*2004 Cabrillo Elementary *2004 Sierra Vista Elementary2004 Upland Elementary2005 Upland Junior High *2005 Citrus Elementary2006 * Also a California Distinguished School