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The Greenfield Union School District is a child-centered District, committed to preparing its diverse student population with a quality education and providing the support necessary to maximize student's potential so that they become life-long learners and positive contributors to our global society.

WE ARE COMMITTED TO:

  • Improving student performance
  • Maintaining our financial solvency
  • Determining existing and future facility needs and developing a plan for these
  • Establishing and maintaining communication at every level
  • Completion and implementation of our Strategic Plan
  • Fully developing our students' academic and social potential

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6/28/16

     Last night, the County Committee on School District Organization met to consider the Greenfield Community Unification Petition.  Specifically, they met to decide if all 9 of the required unification criteria had been met by the Petition.  After receiving the reports of the County’s consultants as well as comments from the Petitioners, the District and members of the public, the County Committee made favorable findings on Criteria 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, and 8. The Committee did NOT make negative findings on Criteria 3, 6, 9, but rather, voted to defer their consideration of those items and seek a waiver from the State Board of Education of the deadline to make a final determination on the remaining 3 criteria.  They did this in order to allow the District time to work with the County and the High School District to deal with the iBank loan and reach agreements and commitments on budgetary issues going forward. The waiver will give the County Committee up until April 5, 2018, to make a final determination though the County noted that the parties do not have to avail themselves of the entire time extension and that they will consider the remaining criteria when the parties have resolved any outstanding issues surrounding the financial concerns. In Summary:

 

  1. In less than one year, we have pushed the unification process farther than it has ever gone before.
  2. We have already secured favorable recommendations on 6 of the 9 criteria.
  3. This is particularly impressive given the fact that this is the first unification in California where a state emergency loan is involved

     We appreciate the support of the community throughout this process and will continue to post updates as they become available. Should you have any questions about this update or about the unification process in general, please feel free to contact the District Superintendent’s Office at (831) 674-2840.

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