Riverside Unified School District provides engaging, innovative, and equitable learning experiences for all students.
The Riverside Unified School District will graduate socially aware, civic-minded students who are college, career, and life ready.
# of Schools
Riverside Unified School District
University Heights Middle School
Riverside and San Diego
Grades Served: K-12
Number of Schools: 50
African American – 6.30%
American Indian – 0.40%
Asian – 3.50%
Filipino – 1.20%
Hispanic – 64.40%
Pacific Islander – 0.30%
White – 20.70%
Two or More Races – 2.00%
ENROLLMENT - 40,708
SOCIOECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED – 66.90%
ENGLISH LEARNERS – 16.80%
FOSTER YOUTH – 0.40%
HOMELESS – 5.00%
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES – 11.70%
Riverside USD's Community Engagement Problem of Practice
View the CEI Presentation in ENGLISH
View the CEI Presentation in SPANISH
Our district has community engagement activities in various parts of our district, but we seek to invest in equity-based best practices to systematically incorporate engagement as a key element of how we support every student and family.
With the creation of the Equity, Access & Community Engagement Division, we are prioritizing family and community engagement as fundamental to closing opportunity gaps for all students.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Riverside chapter Yolanda Esquivel, President
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