West Sacramento Civic Center (City Hall)
1110 West Capitol Avenue
West Sacramento, CA 95691
Washington Unified District Office
Board Room, 930 Westacre Road
West Sacramento, CA 95691
A copy of the Board agenda is posted at the Washington Unified School District Office, 930 Westacre Road, West Sacramento, CA 95691, and on the web page under Agendas and Minutes within 72 hours of a scheduled meeting. Information on the meetings is also available by calling the Superintendent's Office at (916) 375-7604, ext. 1236.
To view an archive of previously recorded Washington Unified Board Meetings please click here.
**Please note: Meetings conducted at the Washington Unified District Office will not be live streamed or recorded.
Board of Education Subcommittees
The Washington Unified Board of Education participates in many subcommittees relevant to the District. These include the 2x2 Committee, WUSD Policy and Governance Committee, the California School Board Association Delegate Assembly, and the Yolo County School Board Association (YCSBA).
The City of West Sacramento and Washington Unified School District conduct collaborative meetings on Monday evenings at 5:30 p.m. quarterly to facilitate a partnership for the community. On the 2x2 Committee are two representatives from each entity, although other District and City staff do attend.
Below is a list of meeting agendas and minutes from the previous meetings.
The City of West Sacramento program, UP4WS is a partnership with the City of West Sacramento, Washington Unified School District, First 5 Yolo, First 5 California, and Yolo County Office of Education. It's primary objective is to ensure high quality preschool opportunities, and high quality infant and toddler care are available for families of children from birth to five years of age in West Sacramento. Through the partnerships, the program serves over 600 children yearly, and help to elevate industry standards including learning environments for children, ongoing professional development and mentoring for teachers, social emotional development and support, and resources for families.
UP4WS is overseen by the UP4WS Executive Board, which includes: A City Councilmember of West Sacramento, a Washington Unified School District board member, the Superintendent of Yolo County Office of Education, a Commissioner of First 5 Yolo County, and a City Commissioner. Funding is shared with the City, First 5 Yolo and First 5 California. All partners have made an additional three year commitment to funding the program through June 2015.
This Committee has been dissolved as of March 2017.
California School Board Association (CSBA) Delegate Assembly
California School Board Association’s (CSBA) Delegate Assembly is a vital link in the association’s governance structure. Working with local districts, county offices, the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Delegates ensure that the association reflects the interests of school districts and county offices of education throughout the state.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Delegate Assembly provides policy direction for the association, elects officers and directors, and ensures that the association reflects the interests of school districts and county offices of education. The Delegate Assembly consists of: •More than 270 elected board members from CSBA's 21 geographic regions •34 members of the Board of Directors •Past presidents of CSBA serving on local school boards •The immediate past president of the California County Boards of Education
Washington Unified School District Board of Education Trustee, Jackie Thu-Huong Wong has been appointed to the Delegate Assembly, representing Region 6-A (Yolo).
The CSBA Delegate Assembly will meet on the following dates:
Saturday, May 20 -Sunday, May 21, 2017 in Sacramento, CA
Wednesday, November 29 - Thursday, November 30, 2017 in San Diego, CA
Yolo County Board of Education
The County Board of Education has responsibility for approving the annual county office budget, adopting policies governing the operation of the Board, acting as the appeals board for student expulsions, inter-district transfers, and Charter School petitions as well as establishing the County Superintendent’s salary. In addition, the County Board of Education may serve as the landlord and owner of property.
Regular meetings of the Yolo County Board of Education are open to the public and are generally held on the fourth Tuesday of each month beginning at 3:30pm in the Board Room at the Yolo County Office of Education, unless otherwise announced.
A Washington Unified Board of Education Trustee attends all of the County Board of Education meetings to keep the District apprised of any policy changes, resolutions, or news that effects it. If you would like any information, related to the Yolo County Board of Education including agendas, or meeting minutes please click here.