Contents 1 History 2 Demographics 3 Governance 3.1 Election Results 4 Schools 4.1 Elementary Schools (Kindergarten – Grade 6) 4.2 Middle Schools (Grade 7 – Grade 8) 4.3 High Schools (Grade 9 – Grade 12) 4.4 Other Schools 5 Safety 6 Cybersurveillance of students 7 References 8 Further reading 9 External links


History[edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (August 2013) In 2013 the district hired the company Geo Listening to monitor social media accounts of students enrolled in the district. Richard Sheehan, the superintendent of Glendale Unified, said "The whole purpose is student safety."[3]


Demographics[edit] See also: History of the Armenian Americans in Los Angeles In the GUSD, by 1988 Armenians along with students from the Middle East had become the largest ethnic group in the public schools, now having a larger number than the Latinos. Alice Petrossian, the GUSD director of intercultural education, stated that Burbank lies within the middle of other Armenian communities, so it attracted Armenians.[4] In 1987 the district had eight Armenian-speaking teachers and teaching aides, and that year had hired five additional Armenian-speaking teachers and teacher aides.[5] As of 1990, the largest immigrant group speaking an ethnic home language in the GUSD was the Armenians.[6] By 2004 over 33% of the Glendale district students were Armenian. That year, due to high levels of student absence around the Armenian Christmas the Glendale district considered making Armenian holidays school holidays.[7]


Governance[edit] The District is governed by a Board of Education consisting of five trustees who are elected to four year terms. The Board of Education also appoints a Superintendent to oversee day-to-day operations of the district, as well as a non-voting student representative who serves during the school year. The current Board of Education is as follows: Dr. Winfred B. Roberson - Superintendent Dr. Armina Gharpetian - President Mrs. Nayiri Nahabedian - Vice President Mr. Gregory Krikorian - Clerk Mrs. Jennifer Freemon - Member Mrs. Christine Walters - Member Election Results[edit] 3 April 2007 Elections to the Board of Education Candidate # of Votes  % of Vote Elected Todd Hunt 9,248 21.4 Naira Khachatrian 2,302 6.5 Elizabeth Manasserian 4,965 14.1 Nayiri Nahabedian 7,575 21.5 * Hasmig Aslanian 1,732 4.9 Mary Boger 11,011 31.3 * Source: City Clerk, City of Glendale


Schools[edit] Elementary Schools (Kindergarten – Grade 6)[edit] Balboa Elementary School Cerritos Elementary School Columbus Elementary School (K-5th) Dunsmore Elementary School Thomas A. Edison Elementary School Benjamin Franklin Elementary School John C. Fremont Elementary School Glenoaks Elementary School Thomas Jefferson Elementary School Mark Keppel Elementary School (K-5th) La Crescenta Elementary School Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Horace Mann Elementary School John Marshall Elementary School Monte Vista Elementary School Mountain Avenue Elementary School John Muir Elementary School Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School Valley View Elementary School Richardson D. White Elementary School Middle Schools (Grade 7 – Grade 8)[edit] Theodore Roosevelt Middle School (Grade 6 through Grade 8) Rosemont Middle School (Grade 7 and Grade 8) Eleanor J. Toll Middle School (Grade 6 through Grade 8) Woodrow Wilson Middle School (Grade 6 through Grade 8) High Schools (Grade 9 – Grade 12)[edit] Anderson W. Clark Magnet High School Crescenta Valley High School Glendale High School Herbert Hoover High School Allan F. Daily High School Other Schools[edit] College View School - Special-Needs Students Verdugo Academy - Independent/Homeschool Students


Safety[edit] The District contracts with the Glendale Police Department for schools within Glendale and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for schools within Montrose and La Crescenta.


Cybersurveillance of students[edit] In 2012 the District hired Geo Listening for a pilot program to monitor public online activity of students at the Crescenta Valley, Glendale, and Hoover High Schools. While the School District has claimed that the program, now expanded to all of the District's schools, is meant to detect cyberbullying, critics have questioned whether it violates the privacy rights of students and whether the $40,500 spent on the program so far is well spent.[8] Analysts working for Geo Listening comb through posts students from Glendale Unified School District schools make on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, reporting daily to school administrators. Reports include the student's user names, screen captures of their posts, and details on where they were when they made the post. An attorney with the ACLU characterized the program as "sweeping and far afield of what is necessary to ensure student safety."[9][8]


References[edit] ^ "Appendix B.-Alphabetical list and rank (by size) of the 500 largest public school districts in the United States: School year 1999-2000 - E-I". nces.ed.gov. Retrieved 2016-05-20.  ^ Mikailian, Arin (March 16, 2016). "Glendale Unified officially adds day off to commemorate Armenian Genocide". Retrieved May 20, 2016 – via Web.  ^ Matyszczyk, Chris. "School district hires company to follow kids' Facebook, Twitter." CNET. August 27, 2013. Retrieved on August 27, 2013. ^ Clifford, Frank and Anne C. Roark. "Racial Lines in County Blur but Could Return : Population: Times study of census finds communities far more mixed. Some experts fear new ethnic divisions." Los Angeles Times. May 6, 1991. p. 2. Retrieved on March 24, 2014. ^ Arax, Mark and Esther Schrader. "County Braces for Sudden Influx of Soviet Armenians." Los Angeles Times. March 8, 1988. online page 2. Print: Vol.107, p.1. Available from Cengage Learning, Inc. Retrieved on July 2, 2014. ^ Der-Martirosian, Claudia, Georges Sabagh, and Mehdi Bozorgmehr. "Subethnicity: Armenians in Los Angeles" (Chapter 11). In: Light, Ivan Huberta and Parminder Bhachu. Immigration and Entrepreneurship: Culture, Capital, and Ethnic Networks. Transaction Publishers, year unstated. Start page: 243. ISBN 1412825938, 9781412825931. Cited: p. 250-251. ^ Pang, Kevin. "Glendale Unified May Add Armenian Holiday." Los Angeles Times. February 8, 2004. Retrieved on July 2, 2014. ^ a b Ceasar, Stephen (September 14, 2013). "Glendale district says social media monitoring is for student safety". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Calif. School District Monitors Kids' Social Media". ABC News. September 16, 2013. 


Further reading[edit] General Info |Source of Community Pride Glendale Unified School District, retrieved 20 February 2006 GUSD Discussion Report No. 2 GUSD General Information


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