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About Us


Stanislaus School District was established in 1875. The original school site, consisting of 8.5 acres, is part of the present 13-acre campus of Stanislaus School located on Kiernan Road. The Stanislaus School District became the Stanislaus Union School District in 1949, merging with a northern neighbor, Stoddard District, which was formed in 1909. The Prescott District, established in 1906, was added to the Stanislaus Union School District in 1953.


This K-8 district is located in the northwest area of Modesto, California. Its boundaries are Highway 99 on the west, the Stanislaus River on the north, McHenry Avenue on the east, and Briggsmore Avenue on the south. Currently, over 3,000 pupils attend the District’s five elementary (K-6) schools and one junior high (7-8) school.


The District offers a variety of resources to aid the teaching staff in reaching the goal of quality education for every pupil. Resources include instructional paraprofessionals, English Learner paraprofessionals, Multi Media Technicians, a Nurse, Psychologists, Speech Language Pathologists, Music teacher, Special Education teachers, and Resource Specialists.

District Office Administrative/Supervisory Staff  


District Office Administrative Staff

Britta M. Skavdahl, Ed.D.
Michele Wolf
Assistant Superintendent of Student Services
Nathalie Wells
Chief Business Official
Stacey Aprile 
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction

District Office Supervisory Staff
Dimas Martinez
Maintenance & Operations Supervisor
Chris Gomula-Kruzic 
Manager of Information Systems

Tina Smith
District Coordinator After School Program
Director of Human Resources

Jason Beach
Director of Child Nutrition