GUSD

AcronymDefinition
GUSDGlendale Unified School District (California)
GUSDGilroy Unified School District (Gilroy, CA)
GUSDGoleta Union School District (Goleta, CA)
GUSDGeyserville Unified School District (California)
GUSDGuadalupe Union School District (Guadalupe, CA)
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Twenty-four of the 28 GUSD schools ranked on the 1-10 scale achieved a ranking of 6 or better, which puts them above the state median.
Four GUSD schools and two of the 16 ranked BUSD schools decreased by a point.
GUSD officials put more stock in their own projections than the ones done with the State Allocation Board software.
If the loan is approved, the GUSD plans to start construction of the artificial field turf and synthetic tracks at Glendale and Crescenta Valley highs within weeks.
At GUSD, students are given baseline, midyear and end-of-year diagnostic tests through i-Ready.
The goal at GUSD is for students to be proficient in reading by the end of third grade, and proficient in math at the end of sixth grade, as measured by i-Ready and CAASP.
With an education sector portfolio of nearly $10 billion and a track record within the industry of surpassing our client's goals, we are confident in our ability to provide unmatched value to GUSD during the intensive Prop 39 process," said Peter Heald, President at Cumming.
Rafael Dobrzynski, Enfinity America Corporation CEO, commented, "We were able to structure the GUSD project so that the district can use the energy produced to offset its utility costs - without incurring capital expenditure or a tax consequence to its communities.
This year, the GUSD is expecting up to $12 million in ongoing new revenue under Gov.
The more languages we can offer the better,'' said Greg Franklin, assistant superintendent at GUSD.
In a January survey of nearly 2,500 parents at three GUSD schools that were recently moved to a traditional calendar, 87 percent said they like it better than year-round, according to the district.