Place academic achievement at the forefront of all decisions
Demand excellence of ourselves and our students
Provide a safe and secure environment
Encourage our students to be lifelong learners
Empower our students’ education with multilingualism
Inspire our students to be cognizant of cultural diversity
Lead our students to be caring and compassionate global citizens
Teach competence in technology
Collaborate as a professional learning community
Build and value partnerships with our community and parents
At Sheridan Way Elementary School, all students will receive an exemplary multilingual and multicultural education promoting a global perspective. We are progressive and prepare our students for a rapidly changing world by equipping them with critical thinking skills, a life-long passion for learning, and respect for the core values of honesty, responsibility, kindness, and cooperation.
Several Downtown Ventura businesses have partnered with Ventura Unified School District (VUSD) in the second year of the Vision to Marketplace pilot program, which matches local merchants with VUSD Career Technical Education (CTE) students.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Santa Barbara/Tri-Counties today named Ventura educator Sarah Gluck Perez its 2022 Educator of the Year.
Ms. Carly Donick, Social Studies Teacher at Cabrillo Middle School, was just named the 2022 National Council for Social Studies Middle Level Teacher of the Year.
The Ventura Police Department, in collaboration with the Ventura Unified School District (VUSD), visited the E.P. Foster Academy for its annual Curbside Chat.
The Ventura Unified School District is grateful to the voters for passing Measure E. Measure E will provide much-needed funding to make critical facility improvements in our local Ventura schools which will benefit our students and staff.