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Mount Diablo Unified School District Administrative Offices
1936 Carlotta Dr, Concord, CA 94519
Mount Diablo Unified is one of the state's largest school systems, with a kindergarten through 12th grade population ofMore more than 36,000 students. There are 56 schools and programs. The district office is located on Carlotta Avenue, next to Monte Gardens Elementary School. There are six high schools, one continuation high school, four Necessary Small High Schools (NSHS), 10 middle schools, 29 elementary schools, one Independent Study program, two special education schools and two adult education centers.
Olympic High School -- District Continuation School
2730 Salvio St, Concord, CA 94519
As Mount Diablo Unified's highly successful continuation high school, Olympic stresses academic achievements,More interpersonal skills and reaching goals. To that end the school uses Expected School-wide Learning Results, a program to track and encourage the student's success.
Willow Pass Community Park
Willow Pass Rd & E Olivera Rd, Concord, CA 94519
Willow Pass Community Park sprawls out over 40 acres. Amenities include multiple tennis courts, batting cages, playingMore fields and a large fountain. Pixie Playland, an amusement park for children, sits inside the park, a destination for many local school field trips from the schools in the Mount Diablo Unified School District. Many softball tournaments are held in this park throughout the year. The park offers an unrivaled view of the hills of Mount Diablo in the distance. Payless Batting Cages is also located within the park limits. 
Willow Creek Center
1026 Mohr Ln, Concord, CA 94518
The Willow Creek Center is a professional development site for the Mount Diablo Unified School district. Intended forMore employees, students, teachers, parents and community members, the site offers rooms for rental, an instructional media library and a whole host of educational services such a Graphic Arts Production for District staff, textbook coordination, an ELL Assessment Center and Assistive Technology to name a few. Programs housed at the Center include BTSA/Peer Coaches and the Health Services Office.