Modesto City Schools
Modesto City Schools is located in California’s Central Valley and has approximately 29,000 students. It serves 22 elementary, 4 junior high, and 7 high schools. Modesto City’s high schools receive students from its own junior highs plus those of seven elementary feeder districts.
“Our transportation department is already using LocateMySchool™, and they love it.”
Becky M. Meredith, Senior Director, Business Services
Brawley Elementary School District
The Brawley Elementary School District (BESD) is located in Brawley, California, which is situated in Southern California’s Imperial Valley. The BESD serves transitional kindergarten through eighth grade students at five school sites. Approximately 4,000 students attend Brawley Elementary schools. BESD is comprised of four TK-6 schools and one middle school (grades 7-8).
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Freddy Cornejo, Director of Transportation
Hawthorne School District
Hawthorne School District in Los Angeles County, California, has had slightly declining enrollments over the last 15 years, currently at approximately 9,000 pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade students. There are seven elementary schools, three middle schools, and a charter high school in the District. It is a relatively small district, encompassing roughly four square miles.
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Steve Tabor, Associate Superintendent
Waterloo Community School District
The Waterloo Community School District includes seven cities and certain unincorporated areas in Black Hawk County, Iowa. The district encompasses approximately 150 square miles and enrollment is approximately 10,555 students. The district operates eleven elementary schools, four middle schools, and two regular and one alternative high school.
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Lori (Mills) Cooper, Help Desk Support Specialist
Muskogee Public Schools
Muskogee Public Schools, located in Muskogee County, Oklahoma, has eleven elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school serving approximately 6,300 students. Named for The Creek Tribe, Muskogee has a very rich and colorful history dating back to 1872.
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Kathy Bates, Systems Administrator