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Since our inception in 2003, the Vacaville Public Education Foundation, in a partnership with the community of Vacaville, has raised raise millions of dollars for the students of the Vacaville Unified School District (VUSD). We fund programs that educate, enrich and keep children healthy.   Things like enrichment activities, sports, music,and many others that help our students become well-rounded adults and ready to compete in the global economy. Read more...

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The Vacaville Unified School District Board of Trustees will consider a resolution declaring the intent to transition from an at-large election system to a by-trustee area election system for the members of the governing board. The public meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 6:30 PM at the Educational Services Center located at 401 Nut Tree Road in Vacaville. Currently, the seven members of the VUSD Board of Trustees are elected under an at-large election system, in which all voters residing within school district boundaries vote for each member. In August 2018, the District received a demand letter from the law firm Shenkman Hughes, demanding that the District change its method of election to a by-district (or by-trustee) system in compliance with the California Voting Rights Act or risk being sued by the firm. This is the same law firm that challenged the City of Vacaville’s election system, which led the City Council to vote unanimously to move away from at-large elections. ... See MoreSee Less

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