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Cloverdale Unified School District

Cloverdale Unified School District

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    OUR SCHOOLS

    Cloverdale High School

    509 N. Cloverdale Blvd.

    Cloverdale, CA 95425

    Phone: 707.894.1900 | Fax: 707.894.4804

    Washington School

    129 S. Washington St. 

    Cloverdale, CA 95425 

    Phone: 707.894.1940 | Fax: 707.894.1946

    Jefferson Elementary

    315 North St. 

    Cloverdale, CA 95425

    Phone: 707.894.1930  | Fax: 707.894.1906

    About Us

    Cloverdale Unified School District is located in the northernmost part of Sonoma County, 30 miles from Santa Rosa, serving approximately 1,400 students in a PK-12 comprehensive setting.  CUSD educates our community’s most vulnerable with sixty percent of our student population being designated as one of the following: English learners; meeting income or categorical eligibility requirements for free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Program; or are foster youth.  Additionally, Cloverdale exceeds the county average in students qualifying for special education services with a total over 200 children.

    The Cloverdale Unified School District engages, challenges, and nurtures students according to their individual needs; thus, students will:
    - Develop a strong sense of respect and responsibility for themselves, each other, and the community.
    - Expand their ability to think critically, communicate effectively, solve problems creatively, and collaborate within a team.
    - Embrace the challenges placed in front of them with vigor and perseverance that exemplify their love of learning.

    To this end, the Cloverdale Unified School District staff will:
    - Create a safe environment conducive to learning where individual student differences are embraced and student strengths are emphasized.
    - Design and implement an integrated, hands-on curriculum with strong science, arts, and technology components that connect student learning to real-world applications.
    - Engage students in tailored, differentiated instruction that provides multiple avenues for students to gain and demonstrate mastery.
    - Provide a variety of high quality clubs, athletics, and extracurricular activities.
    - Embrace the challenges placed in front of them with vigor and perseverance that exemplify their love of learning.

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