Our District


District Staff Meeting

District Operating Budget

2016-2017 General Fund Adopted Budget Revenues

General Fund: $643.2 Million 

  • LCFF Sources: $520.3 million
  • Local Sources: $3.5 million
  • State Sources:  $91.3 million
  • Federal Sources:  $31.6 million

Budgeted Per Pupil Expenditures:  $10,480

Total General Fund Adopted Budget: $763.8 million

Marion Mix Elementary School

65 Schools

40 Elementary Schools
(Grades PreK-6)

  • 13 on year round calendar
  • 14 on traditional calendar
  • 13 on modified traditional calendar

(One-third of elementary schools are Title l schools)

9 Middle Schools
(Grades 7-8) Traditional Calendar

9 Comprehensive High Schools
(Grades 9-12) Traditional Calendar

7 Alternative/Other Schools

  • 4 alternative high schools (including a virtual academy)
  • Charter School
  • Special Education School
  • Adult Education School

Transportation Staff

5,830 Employees

  • 3,373 Certificated
  • 2,230 Classified (FTE)
  • 227 Administrators/Pupil Services

Classified Employee Demographics (rounded)

  • 8% African American
  • 1% American Indian
  • 12% Asian
  • 2% Pacific Islander
  • 4% Filipino
  • 22% Hispanic or Latino
  • 45% White
  • 6% No race indicated or multiple responses

Certificated Employee Demographics (rounded)

  • 5% African American
  • .1% American Indian
  • 6% Asian
  • .1% Pacific Islander
  • 2% Filipino
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino
  • 70% White
  • 6% No race indicated or multiple responses

33% Hold a master’s and/or doctorate degree

(Source: California Dept. of Education DataQuest)
October 2016

Teacher and Students Photo

62,767 Enrolled Students

950 PreK
33,802 Grades TK-6
29,430 Grades 7-12
535 Ungraded Elementary/Secondary

Student Demographics (2016)

  • 13% African American
  • 0.7%  American Indian
  • 22.5% Asian
  • 5.8% Filipino
  • 26% Hispanic or Latino
  • 1.7% Pacific Islander
  • 22.4% White
  • 8.5% Multiple or no response

(Source: California Dept. of Education DataQuest 2015-16)

Student Socio-Economics and Language Learners 

55% Socioeconomically Disadvantaged
11% Students with Disabilities
18% English Language Learners
0.8% Foster
0.5% Homeless

 

A top performing district, Elk Grove Unified is recognized throughout California and the nation as a leader in progressive education. Academic achievement takes place through classes that are rigorous, relevant and build strong relationships. Elk Grove Unified schools focus on meeting the needs of each child. This focus includes college and career preparation, wellness and safety.