Sacramento City Unified School District is one of the oldest K-12 districts in the western United States (established in 1854). SCUSD serves 40,711* students on 75 campuses spanning 70 square miles.
SCUSD is home to three Public Waldorf schools (George Washington Carver, Alice Birney and AM Winn) and the only Hmong language immersion program in the state (Susan B. Anthony Elementary School).
The Board of Education is elected by the community to provide leadership and citizen oversight of the district’s 40,711 students. Among its many responsibilities, the Board establishes a long-term vision for the district and sets district policies and goals, while the Superintendent carries out the policies and manages the day-to-day operations of the district.
Meet Interim Superintendent Lisa Allen
Lisa Allen enters her 28th year of service to the students and families of Sac City Unified. She is a caring and compassionate educator whose leadership is guided by an unwavering commitment to improving student achievement and outcomes. Lisa cares deeply about creating safe, warm and welcoming learning environments for every student, teacher and staff member.
Content provided in this section of our website is intended to support fiscal transparency and increased understanding of how the SCUSD manages its finances. All process information, presentations and financial reports will be posted to this site, organized by fiscal year where applicable.