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New Superintendent picked at Mill Valley School District

In a spring 2019 study of California school districts, Lemon Grove was announced as one of eight districts in the County identified as a “positive outlier when it comes to combating the racial achievement gap.”  According to this study the LEA’s “students performed better than students of similar racial and ethnic backgrounds from families of similar socioeconomic status in other districts”. As an outlier district we see that our students “are beating the odds relative to the socioeconomic conditions in their community”.  (Learning Policy Institute, May 2019 )

In an article in the San Diego Union Tribune, Oct. 2018, Lemon Grove School District was acknowledged for the work they have been doing over several years to improve instruction and raise test scores.  “The school district had the county’s largest average gains from 2015-2018 in test scores. Lemon Grove’s English scores rose by 12 percent and its math scores rose by 9 percent since 2015.”

Lemon Grove school district chooses new superintendent – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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