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The California Public Records Act was signed into law in 1968.   In November 2004, the voters approved Proposition 59, which amended the California Constitution to include the public’s right to access public records: “The people have the right of access to information concerning the conduct of the people’s business, and, therefore, the meetings of public bodies and the writings of public officials and agencies shall be open to public scrutiny".

In order to help our community be more informed and to ask the questions necessary to hold our public leaders accountable, please find SDUHSD public records.   We will continue to post them up as they are shared with us.

If you have a public records request you would like initiated, but are fearful to do it yourself; email the Watchdog and we have people that are no longer afraid and will initiate the request.    Our high performing district should have high performing leadership.  We hold our students to extremely high standards, why are we not expecting the same behavior from our School Leadership and the Organizations Connected to them?

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