The Superintendent of the Escondido Union School District (EUSD) will deliver the second annual State of the District Address at 9: a.m. on Monday, February 5, at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
Supt. Luis Rankins-Ibarra will share EUSD’s academic achievements this year and highlight the many community partnerships that continue to support the education of Escondido’s elementary and middle school students. The superintendent will award the Public Champion Award to the San Diego Discovery Children’s Museum of Escondido.
New initiatives will be announced such as the new one-to-one IPAD initiative, which will provide EVERY student in EUSD an IPAD by the year 2021. He will also announce the latest Moody’s and Fitch Financial credit rating for EUSD.
“The State of the District Address is part of our commitment to transparency and accountability to the students, families, teachers, and communities that make our school district a great school district,” said Dr. Ibarra. “We are proud to share our achievements, state the district’s goals for the future, and recognize the community partners that help us to provide quality education to our students.”
EUSD is the sixth largest elementary school district in California, serving about 16,200 students across 23 schools. With a workforce of 1900 employees and an operating budget of just over $194 million, EUSD is the second largest employer in Escondido.