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    Important Public Notice

    The Special Board Meeting of Friday, June 26, 2020, will be held TELEPHONICALLY and available to the public via streamlined-audio only. For those that wish to participate in the meeting and/or make public comments, please follow the steps set forth below:

    • To access the Board Meeting via live-stream, go to “Our Board”, scroll down to “Board Meeting Videos” and click play. You may also access the live-stream by clicking here.
    • The agenda may be accessed on our website by also going to “Our Board” and scrolling down to “Agendas and Minutes”. You may also access the agenda by clicking here.
    • Although not required, for those who wish to make a public comment at this meeting, please email your comments to Martha Degortari, Executive Administrative Agent, at MDEGORTA@rialto.k12.ca.us, or leave a detailed message with your comment and call back number at (909) 820-7700, ext. 2124, no later than 1:00 PM, the day of the Board Meeting. 
    • Access to Spanish version of Board meeting: United States Toll +1-408-418-9388 • Access code - 960 675 512 #

    HAPPENINGS

    Superintendent's message

    Dr. AvilauuAs you may now know, our schools in the Rialto Unified School District will be physically closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. The decision to close schools was strictly based on the ongoing threat to the health and safety of students, staff, and families in our District community, presented by the pandemic COVID -19.  Nonetheless, while schools will be closed during this period, instruction will continue, via Distance Learning (online technology), with adjustments made, for our students with special needs...(Continue Reading)

    - Dr. Cuauhtémoc Avila, RUSD Superintendent

     

     

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     BOARD of education

    Our Members

    The Rialto Unified School District Board of Education consists of five, publically elected, school Board officials and one student representative who meet twice a month during RUSD Board of Education Meetings which are held at the Dr. John R. Kazalunas Education Center. Meeting schedules, agendas, minutes and meeting videos can all be found HERE.

    Board Videos

    Key to the district
     

    Edgar Montes
    Mrs. Nancy G. O'Kelley

    President

    End Term - 12/4/2020

    Nancy G. O'Kelley
    Ms. Dina Walker

    Vice President

    End Term - 12/2/2022

    Dina Walker
    Mr. Joseph W. Martinez

     Clerk

    End Term - 12/4/2020

    Joseph Ayala
    Mr. Joseph Ayala

    Member

    End Term - 12/4/2020

    Joseph Martinez
    Mr. Edgar Montes

    Member

    End Term - 12/2/2022

    Avionc Douglas
    Avionc' Douglas

    Student Member

    Mission Beliefs Parameters

     

    Strategic plan

    During the spring of 2016, a Planning Team of 45 members representing the Rialto Unified School District and Rialto community gathered to build a Strategic Plan intended to transform the school district from within. The collective voice of administrators, teachers, students, parents, and members of the community produced a plan anchored on creativity and innovation and guided by a set of core beliefs, a mission, objectives, strategies, and parameters.  

    To bring the plan to life, an Action Team of approximately 250 members took the Strategic Plan and created a set of Action Plans under each strategy.  Each school then followed with its local plan, creating objectives and tactics to support the District Strategic Plan.

    What follows is a summary of the accomplishments, under each strategy, from year one and the ongoing initiatives that will offer students, staff members, and parents a collection of rich and innovative experiences within the school district and throughout the community in the coming years.

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