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Superintendent's Message

Jonathan Vasquez
Dear Little Lake CSD Community:
I am honored and thrilled to address you as the new Little Lake City School District Superintendent. As I begin my term, I am excited to embark on this journey with a community I hold dear to my heart. I bring with me 31 years of experience in the field of education, having served in various roles in the Los Nietos School District, including 13 years as Superintendent.
During my time as a Superintendent, I had the privilege of leading numerous transformative initiatives. One significant accomplishment was the successful passage of Bond Measures E and N in 2014, which provided $28 million for facility and technology upgrades across all four schools in the district. Through careful oversight, we were able to modernize classrooms, equip them with up-to-date learning technology, and renovate and construct new facilities to ensure our students had a conducive learning environment.
I am thrilled to continue my journey alongside the dedicated educators, staff, students, and families of the Little Lake City School District. Together, we will strive to provide our students with a nurturing and empowering learning environment. I am eager to collaborate with each and every one of you to build upon the District’s achievements and set new milestones for educational excellence.
Thank you for the warm welcome and support. I am confident that by working together, we will inspire greatness in our students and create a brighter future for our community.
Jonathan Vasquez

Little Lake City School District

The Superintendent’s Office oversees all Divisions within the District, including Business Services, Educational Services, and Personnel Services. Jonathan Vasquez, became Superintendent in fall 2023. As Superintendent, Mr. Vasquez is the District’s Chief Instructional Leader and the Secretary to the Board of Education. His role is to carry out the policy decisions and planning initiatives of the Board. 

His other duties include:

  • Supervision of the nine schools
  • Hiring and evaluation of the school principals
  • Serving as the District’s chief spokesperson and liaison to the cities of Santa Fe Springs and Norwalk, and the Whittier Union High School District, local colleges and universities, the Los Angeles County Office of Education, parent groups, service clubs, business organizations, and the media.