Appendix A: Demographics and Staffing of SDUSD

Demographics of SDUSD

Serving more than 130,000 students from preschool to high school with an annual budget of $1.3 billion, San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) is the second-largest district in California. It is an extremely diverse district, with more than 15 student ethnic groups and 60 languages and dialects. One in two students are Latinx and 60 percent of students are coming to school from low-income families. One in five students are learning a second language. A total of 7,000 students identify as homeless; approximately 700 students are in the foster care system; and 8,000 students are military dependents.

Staffing

SDUSD has more than 13,000 employees, including 6,000 teachers who serve in 117 traditional elementary schools, nine K–8 schools, 24 traditional middle schools, 22 high schools, 49 charter schools, 13 atypical/alternative schools and five additional program sites.

Student Profile

Student Enrollment

Enrollment in 2017–2018: 126,400
Low-Income (FRP): 59.3 percent
English Learners: 22.6 percent (28,544)
Foster Youth: 0.2 percent

Enrollment

Race and Ethnicity 2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017 2017–2018
American Indian or Alaska Native 352 355 338 298 400
Asian 11,014 10,944 10,932 10,855 10,703
Black or African American 12,593 12,085 11,604 11,087 10,634
Filipino 6,670 6,851 6,641 6,347 6,170
Hispanic or Latino 60,865 60,884 60,534 59,806 58,720
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 784 729 669 572 556
None Reported 636 380 661 880 1,043
Two or More Races 7,253 7,515 8,204 8,848 9,069
White 30,136 30,036 29,797 29,347 29,105
Total 130,303 129,779 129,380 128,040 126,400

Unduplicated Pupil Count of Free/Reduced-Price Meals, English Learners and Foster Youth

2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017 2017–2018
Total 69,279 69,011 68,260 66,269 64,322
Percentage 62.5 % 63.3 % 63.4 % 63.1 % 62.5 %

Foster Youth Count

2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017 2017–2018
Total 355 481 407 331 256

Staff

Teachers: 6,742
Student Teacher Ratio: 18.7:1

Race and Ethnicity 2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017 2017–2018
American Indian or Alaska Native 39 31 34 32 N/A
Asian 284 299 299 305 N/A
Black or African American 336 324 319 308 N/A
Filipino 200 207 209 204 N/A
Hispanic or Latino 1,145 1,169 1,161 1,178 N/A
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 29 28 30 28 N/A
None Reported 92 96 216 308 N/A
Two or More Races 32 40 42 39 N/A
White 4,542 4,443 4,448 4,340 N/A
Total 6,699 6,637 6,758 6,742 N/A

Schools

Elementary: 117
Middle School: 24
High School: 22
Alternative Education: 13

Budget

Total General Fund Budget Expenditures for LCAP Year 2017–2018: $1,317,046,025
Total Funds Budgeted for Planned Actions/Services to Meet the Goals in the LCAP for LCAP Year 2017–2018: $1,307,431,635
Total Projected LCFF Revenues for LCAP Year 2017–2018: $991,476,899

General Fund Revenues by Category

Category 2012–2013 2013–2014 2014–2015 2015–2016 2016–2017
Federal Revenue 97,257,593 95,814,822 101,510,317 110,835,040 102,312,679
LCFF 777,393,443 851,976,637 943,847,632 970,604,541 986,647,296
Other Local Revenue 44,404,352 40,394,921 39,438,317 35,656,835 40,455,477
Other State Revenue 145,336,353 220,120,129 189,070,296 171,930,470 194,485,172
Total 1,064,391,741 1,208,306,509 1,273,866,562 1,289,026,886 1,323,900,624