Duarte Unified School District

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The Duarte Unified School District is a school district located in Duarte, California. The district serves students from Duarte, Bradbury and the unincorporated southern portions of Duarte and Monrovia. The district is relatively small, containing only 5 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school. The population of students served in the district is socio-economically diverse, and culturally rich.

Governance[edit]

Superintendent's Office[edit]

The current superintendent for the Duarte Unified School District is Gordon Amerson.

Board of Education[edit]

The current members of the Board of Education are:

  • Reyna Diaz
  • Irene Murray
  • Tom Reyes
  • Douglas Edwards
  • Kenneth Bell

The Board of Education members are elected at-large and to a four-year term. The elections are held on a first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even-numbered years along with the Los Angeles County, California state and federal general elections starting with the 2018 election.

Schools[edit]

Elementary and Middle (TK-8)[edit]

Intermediate (7-8)[edit]

High (9-12)[edit]

Head Start & State Preschool (4-year olds)[edit]

  • Andres Duarte Elementary
  • Beadslee Elementary
  • Maxwell Elementary

State Preschool (3-year olds)[edit]

  • Andres Duarte Elementary

Alternative Education[edit]

See also[edit]

List of school districts in Los Angeles County, California

External links[edit]