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Before we get started let’s look at Elk Grove first.
Elk Grove is a city in Sacramento County, California, located just south of the state capital of Sacramento. It is part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Roseville, Metropolitan Statistical Area.
State population estimates place the city's population at 136,318 as of January 1, 2007. The second-largest city in Sacramento County, Elk Grove earned the title of the fastest growing city in the U.S between July 1, 2004 and July 1, 2005.
The Elk Grove Unified School District is the 5th largest school district in California and one of the fastest growing school districts in the nation. Located in southern Sacramento County, the district covers 320 square miles (830 km2), one-third of the county.
For the 2002-03 school year, the district served more than 52,500 students, and expects to reach 73,000 students by 2010.
Those students attend 38 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, 8 high schools and 4 alternative high schools.
The school district recently opened a new middle/high school, Pinkerton Middle and Cosumnes Oaks High.
The new school opens just as the school district enters its 50th year of existence during the 2008-2009 school year.
Elk Grove is divided into several major areas which are: Laguna West, Laguna Creek, Elk Grove proper, East Elk Grove, and big parts of the Sheldon, and Franklin townships.
Laguna West is between Interstate 5 and the Union Pacific railroad tracks.
Laguna Creek is bordered by the city limits to the south, Sheldon Road to the north, the Union Pacific railroad tracks to the west, and Highway 99 to the east.
Elk Grove proper - which includes the Historic District (Historic Elk Grove) - is bordered by Highway 99 to the west, Waterman Road to the east, Calvine Road to the north, and Grant Line Road to the south.
East Elk Grove is bordered by Calvine Road to the north, Grant Line Road to the east and south, and Waterman Road to the west.
Elk Grove has one of California's largest Native American populations, an estimated 4 percent are descendants of local and other American Indian tribes. [Next]