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Under California law, as well as the No Child Left Behind Act, school districts must distribute a report card to show how every school and the district as a whole are performing. This annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC) also must include data on how different groups of students are doing. The school reports tell you how your child's school is doing compared to last year and to other schools.

The SARC provides valuable information for parents, teachers, administrators and the community, including:
  • description of facilities
  • demographics
  • curriculum
  • special programs
  • academic and test data
  • teacher/staff information
  • school safety
  • fiscal data
  • and more
Click here to go to the WPUSD Page with the SARC and the District's Educational Plans