The Cloverdale Unified School District engages, challenges, and nurtures students according to their individual needs. Students will develop a strong sense of respect and responsibility for themselves, each other, and the community. Students will expand their ability to think critically, communicate effectively, solve problems creatively, and collaborate within a team. Students will embrace the challenges placed in front of them with vigor and perseverance that exemplify their love of learning.
Cloverdale Unified School District is located in the northernmost part of Sonoma County, 30 miles from Santa Rosa, serving approximately 1,400 students in a PK-12 comprehensive setting. CUSD educates our community’s most vulnerable with sixty percent of our student population being designated as one of the following: English learners; meeting income or categorical eligibility requirements for free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Program; or are foster youth. Additionally, Cloverdale exceeds the county average in students qualifying for special education services with a total over 200 children.