Unification of the Grant Joint Union High School District in Sacramento County
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School district organization with joint union high school district and component elementary school districts.
The Governing Boards of the Grant Joint Union High School District (GJUHSD), the Del Paso Heights School District (DPHSD), the North Sacramento School District (NSSD), and the Rio Linda Union School District (RLUSD) propose to merge the four districts into a single unified district. GJUHSD, DPHSD, NSSD, and RLUSD are located in the northern portion of Sacramento County. GJUHSD serves 13,965 students in grade levels seven through twelve, whereas DPHSD, NSSD, and RLUSD have a combined enrollment of 17,313 kindergarten through sixth grade students. Together, the three districts serve 31,278 students. Secondary students residing in the Elverta Joint SD and Robla SD would continue to attend their same high schools and, therefore, are included in the GJUHSD and total enrollment numbers.
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