MESSAGE FROM THE ADMINISTRATOR
Department staff provides direct assistance to school staff to monitor appropriate expenditure funds and evaluate the effectiveness of several categorical programs.
Gilroy Unified School District Health Council is composed of school staff, school board members, parents, representatives of coordinated health services, and other community members. To learn more about District Health Council, click here.
Gifted and Talented Education in GUSD is based on the belief that every child is entitled to the opportunity to develop his/her full potential through a variety of services based on standard-based. To learn more about GATE, click here.
Migrant Education is a federally funded program authorized through the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 designed to provide supplementary educational and support services to identified migrant students. The GUSD Migrant Education serves students during the summer and regular school year with a current cumulative enrollment of approximately 1,000 students (ages 3 and up to 21 for Out of School Youth) with varied intra-state, inter-sate and bi-national mobility patterns (District Profile). To learn more about Migrant Education, click here.
To learn more about Supplemental Educational Services (SES), click here.