Ukiah Unified School District – Crisis Communication
Ukiah Unified School District (UUSD) is the biggest school district in Mendocino County, California, and Ukiah High School serves students throughout the Ukiah Valley, more than 1,600 of them. So, when cockroaches infested the high school, it affected students, staff, and parents from every corner of the community.
UUSD serves approximately 6,000 students, preschoolers through adults. The district comprises six neighborhood elementary schools, two middle schools, and a comprehensive high school. In addition, it offers an early education preschool, independent learning opportunities for elementary and high school students, an alternative education high school, and an adult learning center.
Jendi has been a great resource in times of crisis. She helps us communicate in a clear and timely manner.
– Deb Kubin, Superintendent