|School Accountability Report Cards
California law requires that a each school prepare and make publicly available a School Accountability Report Card (or SARC). The law states that the SARC “shall provide data by which parents can make meaningful comparisons between public schools enabling them to make informed decisions on which school to enroll their children”. The information contained in these reports will enable you to gain a more accurate and realistic picture of qualities for each school in our district. Click on the school name to view the SARC for that particular school year. Printed copies of each are available upon request.
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