PVUSD is proud to serve
the Whole Child, Whole Family, Whole Community
Pajaro Valley Unified School District is dedicated to creating educational equity for the students, families and communities we serve. PVUSD serves close to 17,000 students: 85% students in poverty; 65% are students learning English as a second language, 16% are students who have special needs; 10% are migrant; and 14% are without permanent housing. The district has sixteen elementary schools, six middle/junior high schools, three comprehensive high schools and nine charter/alternative schools. A team of 2,442 staff, Administration, Classified and Certificated, are dedicated to ensuring all students reach their greatness. At the center of our Target for Student Success is the belief that our students will leave our schools college, career, and life ready.
PVUSD has a united focus on educational equity and support for each and every student. PVUSD pledges to connect with, and actively listen to our community to help accelerate student achievement through culturally and linguistically responsive learning. The District is committed to enriching the lives of students, families and staff through social emotional, mental health, language, and academic supports and to ensure students succeed to fulfill their aspirations.