Elk Grove Unified School District will provide a learning community that challenges ALL students to realize their greatest potential.
The Elk Grove Unified School District is governed by an elected seven member Board of Education. The board members represent seven geographic areas and are elected at large for four year terms. For more information about individual board members, click on their photo.
The following is the schedule of regular EGUSD Board meetings for the 2018-19 school year that was approved by the Board of Education on May 1, 2018. Meetings are held in the board room of the Robert L. Trigg Education Center – 9510 Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624. Meetings begin at 6 p.m., unless otherwise noted, with closed sessions scheduled prior to the regular meetings as necessary.
The Elk Grove Unified School District uses the Agenda Online system. This Web-based application allows you to access board meeting information including agendas, supporting documents and minutes, from any computer that has Internet access.
View EGUSD Board Meeting Agendas*
*Please note: Finalized agendas will be available 72 hours prior to the meeting date/time.
Archived EGUSD Board Meeting Agendas
(2012 through June 2015)
The Elk Grove Unified School District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations can be accessed through the California School Boards Association (CSBA) system GAMUT™.
Board Policies and Administrative Regulations can be retrieved by using the “Search GAMUT™” feature, or browsing by keyword in the “Keyword Index.” You may search by code number, policy title or specific words and phrases.
Regular Elk Grove Unified School District Board meetings are video recorded and made available on EGUSD’s YouTube Channel.
The opinions expressed by any member of the public during Board meetings do not necessarily reflect the view or opinion of members of the Elk Grove Unified School Board of Education, the District, or the District’s administrators and employees, and are solely that of the speaker. The Elk Grove Unified School District and its Board of Education hereby expressly disclaim any and all responsibility or liability for any false, defamatory, or slanderous statements expressed by any public speaker during Board meetings.
The Elk Grove Unified School District and its Board of Education are not responsible for any technical difficulties experienced by the viewer, nor is it responsible for any technical difficulties experienced in making or uploading any video recording.
Any unauthorized re-broadcasting of any video, audio or still image of Board meeting video recordings made by the Elk Grove Unified School District is strictly forbidden without advance written permission of the Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Education or its designee.
Download the 2019-2020 school year calendar
English | Translations will be posted as soon as they are available.
Note: To print EGUSD calendars on 8.5×11 paper, you will need to change your scale settings to “fit to printable area.”
The event calendar lists upcoming district and school events that are open to the public or of interest to parents and the community.
All events are listed in calendar format on the left side and by date list on the right side. You may click on an event on the calendar which will cause the right side list to reveal the events on that specific date. Events on this calendar include Board of Education meetings, back-to-school nights, school events and awards nights. Parents will continue to be informed about events at their school through school newsletters and websites.
In Elk Grove Unified, our number one priority is to help every student learn in every classroom, in every subject, every day, and to prepare them to be college and career ready. To support that mission, the district offers several programs and services that align to four strategic goals which are centered on providing quality instruction, developing assessments and analysis for action, promoting wellness and engaging families and the community. For continuous improvement, in addition to promoting leadership development, professional learning, technology infrastructure, systems of communication, program implementation, research-based practices, and cultural competence the district takes steps to implement key initiatives to address specific needs.
The LCFF and LCAP represent dramatic changes in the way that the State of California funds public education, and EGUSD is committed to open communication with all stakeholders to ensure that our yearly LCAP clarifies how programs and services will measurably improve in proportion to increased LCFF funding.