As Sacramento grew, the district grew and now is among the 10 largest school districts in California serving about 48,000 K-12 students and 20,000 adult education students. Sacramento City is “unified” because kindergarten through 12th grade students are served. Along with neighborhood schools, there are specialized programs such as basic or fundamental, alternative schools, Waldorf methods, charter, JROTC, international study, criminal justice, and independent study.
The current superintendent of Sacramento City Unified School District is Mr. Jonathon P. Raymond who began on August 21, 2009. The previous interim superintendent was Mrs. Susan Miller who has returned to the position of Associate Superintendent, Education-Instructional... Read More