Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District

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Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District
Type and location
Grades K-12
Region Sonoma County, California
Country United States
Location Cotati and Rohnert Park, California
Other information
Website http://crpusd.schoolwires.net

The Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District is a school district in Sonoma County, California.

The District serves approximately 5,800 students in the cities of Cotati and Rohnert Park and neighboring areas of Sonoma County. The district operates six elementary schools, two middle schools, a K-8 school, one comprehensive high school, a magnet school and charters two schools.

The district's offices are located at 7165 Burton Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA 94928-3316.

The district is supported by numerous school-connected organizations, which include PTAs, Boosters and the Education Foundation of Cotati & Rohnert Park, a non-profit organization founded in 1983 to provide private grants to the school district. Since its founding, the organization has made grants totaling over $850,000 to the district's schools.[1]

The district is governed by a board consisting of Leffler Brown (term expires 2014), Andrew Longmire (2014), Marc Orloff (2014), Ed Gilardi (2016), and Jennifer Wiltermood (2016).[2] The superintendent is Dr. Robert Haley.[3]

Schools[edit]

Rancho Cotati High School grounds
Thomas Page Elementary School grounds

High schools

Middle schools

  • Lawrence E. Jones Middle School
  • Technology Middle School

Elementary schools

  • Evergreen Elementary
  • John Reed Elementary
  • Marguerite Hahn Elementary
  • Monte Vista Elementary
  • University Elementary
  • Waldo Rohnert Elementary
  • Thomas Page Elementary School (K-8)

Charter Schools

  • Academy of Arts and Sciences at Sonoma
  • Credo High School

Finances[edit]

In June 2012, district voters considered Measure D, a ballot measure to authorize a $89 parcel tax for five years to offset budget cuts. The Measure required 2/3 approval, and it passed with 66.9%.[4][5]

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Coordinates: 38°21′13″N 122°43′17″W / 38.35362°N 122.72125°W / 38.35362; -122.72125