Newark Unified School District

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The Newark Unified School District is the school district for Newark, California, formed in 1964, when 11 other schools had already been established.

Jack McGregor, then superintendent of the old Newark School District, became the first superintendent of the new unified district.

As of 2012, the following schools are operating:

Newark Junior High
  • Newark Junior High School[1]
  • James L. Bunker Elementary School
  • James Graham Elementary School
  • John F. Kennedy Elementary School
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • Milani Elementary School
  • Musick Elementary School
  • Schilling Elementary School
  • Snow Elementary School
  • Whiteford Preschool

At the Jack McGregor Site:

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