Elk Grove Unified School District understands the important function of developing and maintaining education policy. Policies guide school boards and district staff in making important decisions on education matters.
- Nondiscrimination/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying (Students)
- Sexual Harassment Policy (Students)
- Student Rights Under Title IX – SB 1375 Statement
- EGUSD Discipline Guide
- Uniform Complaint Procedures/Annual Notice
- Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures
- Social Media Policy
All students have the right to a free public education, regardless of immigration status or religious beliefs.
In an effort to stop bullying from happening, Elk Grove Unified has developed strategies for addressing bullying in all of its forms in district schools with the involvement of students, parents/guardians and staff. In an effort to reduce suicidal behavior and its impact on students and families, Elk Grove Unified has developed measures and strategies for suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention.
The EGUSD Parent and Student Handbook is an annual publication containing updated information relevant to the families of Elk Grove Unified. The Parent and Student Handbook outlines our expectations, our culture, and provides information to help families understand our District policies and procedures.
- Code of Conduct (page 6)
- Discrimination, Harassment & Bullying Policies (page 25)
- Parent/Guardian Rights and Responsibilities (page 8)
- School Safety (page 22)
- Services for Students (page 83)
The Elk Grove Unified School District believes that equity is a fundamental component to student success.
Safety is always a top priority at the Elk Grove Unified School District. The district emphasizes keeping students safe at school through strict behavior standards, closed campuses, school resource officers, campus supervisors, and activities that keep students participating in school.
- EGUSD Incident Reporting System
- Lockdown Procedures
- Fingerprinting/Volunteer Livescan and Background Clearance
Family & Community Engagement
Elk Grove Unified School District believes that family and community engagement is a fundamental component to student success and achievement.
Behavioral Health and Counseling Services
Elk Grove Unified schools have implemented positive behavior support plans to eliminate or reduce high risk behaviors, bullying and stress at the school sites with the aim of ensuring the safety and well-being of students through a comprehensive plan that offers psychological and other counseling services, as well as strategies to educate students, parents and staff about how to live a healthy lifestyle.
The Department of English Learner Services employs committed, motivated and knowledgeable staff who assist schools, the district, and parents with understanding and implementing programs and policies that support EL students and their families.
Foster Youth Services
The Elk Grove Unified School District’s Foster Youth Services (FYS) Program strives to address the unique educational needs of youth in foster care by working collaboratively with youth, caregivers, schools, placement agencies, and other service providers.
Homeless Education Services
Homeless Education (Project ACT- Assisting Children in Transition) is part of the EGUSD Regional Student Support Centers.
- COVID-19 Info
- Child Care
- College and Career
- Digital Citizenship / Internet Safety
- District Handbook
- Early Childhood Education
- Educational Equity
- Enrollment Information
- Family and Community Engagement
- Homeless Education
- Immigration Protection
- Student and Family Empowerment Centers
- Student Health Supports
- Students Rights
- Transportation Services
- Volunteering / Fingerprinting
- Forms/Quick Links