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Vallejo City Unified School District
665 Walnut Ave
VallejoCA 94592
Phone: 707-556-8921

Board of Education

Dr. A.C. "Tony" Ubalde Jr. Board President
Tony Gross Board Vice President
John Fox Trustee
Christy Gardner Trustee
Dr. Latyna Young Trustee
Mr. William Spalding Superintendent

Pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a meeting or function of the VCUSD Governing Board may request assistance by contacting the Superintendent’s Office at (707) 556-8921 ext. 50002; Fax: (707) 649-3907. The request must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Wheelchair access is provided at all meetings.

In light of public health concerns due to COVID-19 and the Executive Order issued by Governor Newsom, VCUSD Governing Board meetings will convene electronically by means of video conferencing.  Members of the public may observe through live stream and submit comment(s) on a specific agenda item or during Community Forum, by email to  Include the title and agenda item number in the subject of your email. Comments will be read when appropriate during the meeting.


Vallejo City Unified School District Vision

Our Vision is for our diverse learners to be empowered, prepared and equipped with academic and life skills needed to be productive citizens, who can positively contribute to society. 
Our Goal is for every student to have clear attainable pathways to career and/or college success. 
In Support of our Vision, we will attract and retain highly qualified staff, as well as, leverage community resources to provide support systems for all students and their families.




  • All students performing at grade level in Mathematics and English Language Arts
  • All students passing local high school exams
  • Safe and supportive school environments for all students


  • All students graduating with A-G requirements met
  • Involved and supportive parents and community partners
  • Attract, retain and support excellent teachers, administrators and support staff

Educational Effectiveness

  • Achievement gap eliminated
  • Student attendance and enrollment rates increased
  • Dropout rate significantly decreased
  • Reduce referrals, suspensions and expulsions

Economic Sustainability

  • Actively pursue additional resources through grants and donations
  • Maintain positive budget certification
  • Ensure that Local Control Funding Formula expenditures impact Local Control Accountability Plan outcomes


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