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Santa Barbara Unified School District

School district in California, United States

The Santa Barbara Unified School District (Spanish: Distrito Escolar Unificado de Santa Bárbara)[6] is the main public school district that serves Santa Barbara and Goleta, California. On January 12, 2011, the board of education unanimously approved a resolution to reorganize the Santa Barbara Elementary and Secondary School Districts into a single unified school district. The changeover began July 1, 2011.[7]

Because the state provides a fiscal incentive for school district that unify, unification will result in $6 million of ongoing revenue the Santa Barbara Unified School District.

History[edit]

First attempts at creating public schools began in Santa Barbara after the founding of the Presidio in the 1790s, with mixed success. But as Robert Christian wrote in his thesis on the history of the district, "...on June 6, 1866, the Santa Barbara School District was formed. The schools were no longer administered by the County Superintendent, but in complete control of the electorate of the city. In 1866, Alpheus B. Thompson, County Superintendent reported that there were three school districts in the County: San Buenaventura, Montecito, and Santa Barbara. The census showed that there were 1,243 children between the ages of five and fifteen residing in the County, with only 325 pupils enrolled in schools, plus forty-one enrolled in private schools. Each district had two schools, with the length of the school year varying from three to five months. The teachers’ salaries varied from $30 to $50 per month, with the Santa Barbara district paying a total of $1,165.25."[8]

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

Secondary schools[edit]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Barbara_Unified_School_District

The Santa Barbara Unified Board of Education gave an update on vaccination and testing among staff and students Tuesday, as protesters gathered once again to condemn the vaccine mandate for employees and a potential mandate for students. 

Last Thursday, the board mandated vaccines for all district employees, without the alternative option of frequent testing. All employees who have not been vaccinated would need to have their first shot by October 1. A small group of protesters, including members from Stand Up Santa Ynez Valley, which advertised the protest on social media, set up outside the school district building. Protesters teleconferenced into the meeting during public comment, as the board room is still closed to the public, and many said this decision would result in a mass walkout of district employees. 

Following the mandate, the district reported Tuesday that 66 employees are seeking exemption or deferral from the mandate, and five employees have requested unpaid leave or resignation. Currently, the vaccination rate among employees is about 89 percent, and 51 employees said they have or will begin the process of vaccination.

“I do think there is cause for celebration of the rise in staff members that are vaccinated,” Board President Kate Ford said. “I continue to be concerned with the sobering fact that 26 percent of cases nationally are young students.”

So far this year, 58 students and 21 staff in the Santa Barbara Unified School District have contracted COVID. 

Among secondary school students, about 23 percent or more than 2,000 students have been vaccinated. Though there currently is no vaccine mandate for students, vaccination or a recent negative COVID test is required for indoor school events such as art or athletic performances. 


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For elementary school students, of the 2,300 students testing for COVID, 11 tested positive, while 862 students have either not responded or not consented to testing.

Many of the same protesters appeared again Tuesday, armed with signs and lawn chairs, to address the board on the issue of vaccinating students. A petition signed by 1,400 people, created by Nicholle Montalvo, a parent, called the mandate for employees “tyranny” and claimed it was a violation of the Nuremberg Code. This comparison has been circulating through social media and has been debunked numerous times. The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics that came after the prosecution of Nazi doctors who experimented on camp inmates. Mandating an FDA-approved vaccine is not comparable to Nazis experimenting on inmates in a camp, because the COVID vaccine is not experimental.

These emotional testimonies carried over into public comment, with members of the public lambasting the board for approving the mandate and accusing boardmembers of approving the mandate to gain favor from political parties. 

Justin Shores, who tried and failed to be elected to the Goleta City Council last year, accused the board of playing politics.

“You guys are here to just do what you’re told by your party,” Shores said. “They’re gleefully putting shots in people’s arms just because they were told to do it.”

Shores also directed some of his comments at Board President Kate Ford.

“Kate Ford looks like she just got a promotion from the Democratic Party … Kate Ford, how much did it cost? Your soul?”


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Sours: https://www.independent.com/2021/09/29/66-staff-request-exemption-from-vaccine-mandate-five-request-leave-or-resignation/
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Key Attributes

Fiscal, Demographic, and Performance Data on California’s K-12 Schools

NameAddressCityZIPPhone Number

Santa Barbara Unified

  • CDS Code
  • 42-76786-0000000
  • District Type
  • Unified School District
  • 2019-20 Enrollment
  • 14,538
  • Unified/consolidated in 2011-12 from Santa Barbara Elementary, Santa Barbara School Districts (Common Administration District), Santa Barbara Secondary

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  • Student
  • Staff
  • Local Revenue Elections
  • Financial Data

Governmental Funds (01-60),


Santa Barbara Unified

FundDescriptionAdjusted July 1 Beginning BalanceTotal RevenuesTotal ExpendituresOther Financing Sources/UsesJune 30 Ending Balance

Proprietary Funds (61-70),


Santa Barbara Unified

FundDescriptionAdjusted July 1 Beginning BalanceTotal RevenuesTotal ExpendituresOther Financing Sources/UsesJune 30 Ending Balance

Fiduciary Funds (71-95),


Santa Barbara Unified

FundDescriptionAdjusted July 1 Beginning BalanceTotal RevenuesTotal ExpendituresOther Financing Sources/UsesJune 30 Ending Balance

General Fund Revenues by Source,


Santa Barbara Unified

Resource CodesType of RevenuesTotal Revenues
This District (ADA )% Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg All Districts
Object CodeDescriptionTotal Dollars

Year-End Summary for General Fund,


Santa Barbara Unified

Object CodesDescriptionUnrestrictedRestrictedTotal

General Fund Revenues by Object Code,


Santa Barbara Unified

Object CodesType of Revenue
UnrestrictedRestrictedTotalThis District (ADA )% Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg All Districts

General Fund Expenditures by Object Code,


Santa Barbara Unified

Object CodesType of Expenditure
UnrestrictedRestrictedTotalThis District (ADA )% Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg All Districts

Current Expense of Education per ADA (per Education Code Section 41372),


Santa Barbara Unified

Total DollarsAverage Daily Attendance
This DistrictStatewide Avg School DistrictsStatewide Avg All Districts

General Fund Expenditures by Activity,


Santa Barbara Unified

Function CodeType of ActivityExpenditureDollar/Student (ADA)
This District (ADA )All School DistrictsStatewide Average
Object CodeType of ExpenditureUnrestrictedRestrictedTotal

General Fund and Charter Schools Costs by Program, Reported by Goal Codes,


Santa Barbara Unified

Goal CodeName of ProgramInstructional CostsSupport CostsCentral Administration CostsOther CostsTotal Expenditures% of Total Expenditures
Object CodeType of ExpenditureExpenditure

General Fund - Other Financing Sources/Uses and Contributions,


Santa Barbara Unified

Object CodesDescriptionUnrestrictedRestrictedTotal
Sours: http://www.ed-data.org/district/Santa-Barbara/Santa-Barbara-Unified
Welcome to Santa Barbara Unified 2021
 AmountAmount
per Student
Percent
Total Revenue:$221,356,000$14,716
   Revenue by Source
      Federal:$13,116,000$8726%
      Local:$161,785,000$10,75673%
      State:$46,455,000$3,08821%
Total Expenditures:$214,082,000$14,232
   Total Current Expenditures:$175,056,000$11,638
      Instructional Expenditures:$98,762,000$6,56656%
      Student and Staff Support:$25,586,000$1,70115%
      Administration:$22,209,000$1,47613%
      Operations, Food Service, other:$28,499,000$1,89516%
   Total Capital Outlay:$26,301,000$1,749
      Construction:$25,848,000$1,718
   Total Non El-Sec Education & Other:$5,447,000$362
   Interest on Debt:$7,278,000$484

NOTES

  • * denotes a column with data from 2020-2021
  • [ † ] indicates that the data are not applicable. For example, the enrollment and staff characteristics for districts that opened in the 2020-2021 school year will not be available until the full 2020-2021 file is released.
  • [ – ] indicates that the data are missing.
  • [ ‡ ] indicates that the data do not meet NCES data quality standards.
  • The directory information on district name, address, and phone number are preliminary data from initial submissions of district level data for 2020-2021.
  • Data provided on student membership and staffing are from the official district level data for 2019-2020.

Source:CCD Public school district data for the 2019-2020, 2020-2021 school years

Sours: https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/districtsearch/district_detail.asp?ID2=0601414

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