Dublin Unified School District

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The Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) serves over 12,900 students, from preschool through adult education, in a diverse suburban environment. The district operates seven elementary schools, two middle schools, one K-8 school, one continuation high school, and one comprehensive high school. Dublin is a suburban city in the East (San Francisco) Bay Area and Tri-Valley regions of Alameda County, California. The city, with a population of approximately 63,600, is located along the north side of the Interstate 580/680 intersection.

Statistics[edit]

  • Enrollment: 12,900 Students
  • Personnel: 1075 Staff
  • Schools: 12
  • Graduation Rate: 98%[1]

Board of Trustees[edit]

  • Dan Cherrier, President
  • Megan Rouse, Vice President
  • Amy Miller
  • Gabrielle Blackman
  • Catherine Kuo
  • Tinni Mukherjee, Student Representative, Dublin High School

Superintendent and cabinet[edit]

  • Dr. Dave Marken, Superintendent
  • Mark McCoy, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
  • Joe Sorrera, Associate Superintendent, Business Services
  • Dr. Matt Campbell, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Dublin Partners in Education (DPIE) is the non-profit educational foundation for the Dublin Unified School District and was founded in 1992.

Coordinates: 37°43′0.08″N 121°55′49.89″W / 37.7166889°N 121.9305250°W / 37.7166889; -121.9305250

Dublin schools[edit]

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High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

K-8 school[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Website". Dublin Unified School District. Retrieved 9 July 2019.
  2. ^ "School Locations". Dublin Unified School District. Retrieved 15 August 2018.

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