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Meet Our Board

 

Director     Director

Director

  Raymond  Mommsen   Burky H. Worel       Vacant  Ward "Ace" Stewart Tony Ubalde 
Trustee Trustee      Trustee Vice President  President
    Term: 2011-2016      Term:    Term: 2011-2016 Term: 2011-2014
rvcusd@aol.com     ace4wstewart@yahoo.com TUbalde@vallejo.k12.ca.us

VALLEJO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT: VISION STATEMENT


Our Vision is for our diverse learners to be empowered, prepared, and equipped with academic and life skills needed to be productive citizens who can positively contribute to society,

Our Goal is for every student to see clear attainable pathways to career and/or college success.

In Support of our Vision, we will attract and retain highly qualified staff, as well as, leverage community resources to provide support systems for all their families.

 

VALLEJO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT: MISSION STATEMENT


Our Mission is to meet or exceed our goals in the area of equity, excellence, educational effectiveness, and economic sustainability which determines our daily efforts. We will foster collaborative teamwork to accomplish these goals. We recognize that in order to be successful, we will build powerful home to school relationships that support the success of all students. Because safety is critical for each school campus; we will enforce high adult visibility and respond to student matters in a timely manner.

In order to assess whether students are meeting academic and social expectations, we will consistently monitor student progress using a variety of data: observations, walkthroughs, progress reports, test scores, etc. and commit to focusing our resources to best support our students.

 

VALLEJO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT: CORE VALUES


We Have Equity

  • Every adult is responsible for every student's success
  • Every student has the opportunity to learn and successfully reach their goals
  • Every student will be engaged in the learning process

We Value Excellence

  • We will recognize and celebrate excellence among students and staff members
  • We will have high expectations for ourselves and our students
  • Each student will have the opportunity to adapt and evolve into productive community members

We Value Educational Effectiveness

  • Every classroom will have an engaging learning environment
  • Every learning environment will be safe
  • Every adult and student will model honesty, integrity, and respect

 

VALLEJO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT: 2011-2014 GOALS


Equity

  • All students performing at grade level on 3rd grade STAR testing program
  • All students performing at grade level on 6th grade STAR testing program
  • All students passing the high school exit exam the first time
  • Safe and supportive school environments for all students

Excellence

  • All students graduating with A-G requirements met
  • Involved and supportive parents and community partners
  • Employees - attracting excellent teachers, administrators and support staff

Educational Effectiveness

  • Achievement gap eliminated
  • Student attendance and enrollment rates increased
  • Dropout rate significantly decreased
  • Reduced referrals, suspensions and expulsions

Economic Sustainability

  • Actively pursue additional resources through grants and donations
  • Invest in our human resources
  • The Governing Board gain full authority over district fiscal management