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Welcome to the Encinitas Union School District!

Thank you for visiting the Encinitas Union School District (EUSD) web site. Founded in 1883, the EUSD is located in beautiful north coastal San Diego County and serves the communities of Encinitas, Leucadia, Olivenhain and the Rancho La Costa area of south Carlsbad. The district’s enrollment of approximately 5,400 students is housed in nine kindergarten – sixth grade schools and includes a special education pre-school program. The district has a long-standing tradition of high student achievement and is acknowledged for its innovative learning opportunities. All nine schools have been recognized as California Distinguished Schools by the CA Department of Education and four have been named National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U. S. Department of Education. EUSD is proud of our students’ academic achievement, appreciative of our families’ involvement in our schools and grateful for the generous support from the communities that we serve.

EUSD Management is excited for the 2019-2020 school year!

Welcome to Encinitas Union School District!

It is an honor to serve the students, families, staff, and communities of Encinitas and south Carlsbad in the role of Superintendent. Encinitas has had a long-standing tradition of providing an exemplary educational experience for students. From a strong and committed Board of Trustees, to the unique programming at each school, to the innovation in design thinking and real-world project-based learning, to the emphasis on the whole child, there is much to be proud of in EUSD!

I am excited to support the next chapter in EUSD’s success as we strive to further develop an educational system that is deeply connected to the individual needs and passions of our students and staff. It is essential as we consider the future needs of our community, nation, and world in order to provide our students with a wealth of opportunities and instruction that will allow them success and to make a positive impact.

Working together, we can accomplish so much more. To this end, collaboration and open communication are essential. Please reach out, attend one of our Coffee and Conversations with me, or introduce yourself when I am on campus. Thank you for your support!

Sincerely,
Andrée Grey, Ed.D.
Superintendent

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