Pasco School District is the heart and centerpiece of the fastest-growing community in Eastern Washington and serves over 11,500 school children from the City of Pasco and unincorporated Franklin County.
It has eleven elementary schools, three middle schools, a four-year high school and an alternative secondary school.
About 73% of Pasco’s students are minority including Asian or Pacific Islander (1.4%), African-American (3%), American Indian or Alaskan Native (0.4%), and Hispanic (68%). About 71% of all students come from low-income households and about 4,800 are learning English as their second language.
They are taught by over 700 teachers, librarians, and counselors and supported by over 600 people including bus drivers, custodians, secretaries, nurses, cooks, home visitors, crossing guards, and librarian clerks. There are 100 school buses to deliver them to school and home again every day traveling over 1.4 million miles a year.
At the current rate of growth, the State Office of Public Instruction predicts Pasco’s enrollment will reach nearly 14,000 in 2009. The Pasco School District's annual operations budget for 2005-06 is $91 million.
Pasco School District #1 is a publicly funded organization
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