The pandemic has impacted everyone, especially school aged children. Dr. David Vannasdall will share the state of Arcadia Unified at the Arcadia Community Coordinating Council meeting on June 7, 2021.
Tune in to find out how the district has handled the schooling of the youth.
Dr. David Vannasdall has been Superintendent of the Arcadia Unified School District since July of 2014. He has proudly served the Arcadia community for more than a decade. Dr. Vannasdall first came to Arcadia in 2005 when he was named the Principal of Arcadia High School. Succeeding his seven years at the helm of the Apaches, he was promoted to Deputy Superintendent, Education Programs and Services in 2012.
Dr. Vannasdall is one of the foremost innovative Superintendents in the country, and has helped transform the Arcadia Unified School District into one of the most forward-thinking and successful school districts in the United States. The graduation rate for Arcadia High School is typically 99% or higher, with students matriculating to the most prestigious universities each year, including Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, and USC to name a few. Dr. Vannasdall was critical in helping pass a $216 million facilities improvement bond, and a $77 million parcel tax for AUSD. He led a successful 1:1 technology device rollout program for the district’s nearly 10,000 students who attend its eleven schools. Dr. Vannasdall also helped launch AUSD’s annual Arcadia Innovation Summit, which has become one of the leading professional development conferences for educators in California.
To learn more about Arcadia Unified, join the Arcadia Community Coordinating Council on June 7, 2021.
For reservations contact Robin Graney, President, ACCC.
Meeting Location & Information:
Monday, June 7, 2021
11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Meeting on Zoom
RSVP by Saturday, June 5, 2021