Lammersville Joint Unified School District

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Lammersville Unified School district (LUSD) (formerly Lammersville Elementary School District) is a pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade unified school district in Mountain House, California, which serves the area west of Tracy and parts of Alameda County.[1] The district was created when majority of voters in the Lammersville and Mountain House area passed a measure to separate from Tracy Unified School District in a special election on June 8, 2010.[2] It became an independent school district on July 1, 2011.[3]

District office[edit]

The district opened a 7,000-square-foot new district office on 111 S. DeAnza Blvd.[4]

History[edit]

Lammersville Elementary School District started out as one-school school district and was established in 1876. Its biggest growth started in 2005 when the Mountain House community was established. Lammersville Joint Unified School District has plans for 12 K-8 schools and one comprehensive high school, with up to 10,000 total students. The district currently serves 5,955 students in the six K-8 schools (Lammersville, Wicklund, Hansen, Bethany, Altamont and Questa) and High School.

Schools[edit]

  • Wicklund Elementary School, Mountain House
  • Bethany Elementary School, Mountain House
  • Lammersville Elementary School, Tracy
  • Sebastian Questa Elementary School, Mountain House
  • Altamont Elementary School, Mountain House
  • Peter Hansen Elementary School, Mountain House
  • Mountain House High School, Mountain House

Planned[edit]

  • Julius Cordes Elementary School, Mountain House

Website[edit]

Lammersville School District

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hirsch, Jaclyn (Jan 26, 2009). "Our Voice: Lammersville unification gets our thumbs-up". tracy press. Retrieved Jun 26, 2009.
  2. ^ District Reorganizations and Name Changes 2011
  3. ^ Hirsch, Jaclyn (Jun 11, 2010). "Lammersville decision has big Tracy impact". Tracy press. Retrieved Jun 11, 2010.
  4. ^ New office has room for unified district