Enrollment at the Ripon Unified continued its upward trend.
During the second reporting period – from Sept. 9 through Oct. 4 – the district had a record 3,360 students.
That’s six more from the first reporting period and 122 more compared to that of a year ago.
No discussion was necessary on this report taken at a school board meeting earlier this month.
Ripona Elementary School made the biggest strides growth-wise, going from 418 students in the 2018 second reporting period to the current 475.
Ripon Elementary with 458 students had 14 fewer students compared to this time last year.
Park View and Colony Oak both has a second reporting period enrollment of 467. For Colony Oak, those figures were 35 students more from a year ago while Park View had one more during the same span.
Weston, with 466 students, had growth increase of eight more students.
Ripon High continued to be within reach of 1,000 enrollment with 990 – RHS had 993 students for the first reporting period.
Harvest High and the Independent Study program had 28 and nine students, respectively, for the second reporting period.
RUSD opened the 2019-20 school year with a total enrollment of 3,354, adding six more for that second month.