Sandon Schwartz

Sandon Schwartz is the current Deputy Superintendent for Madera Unified School District.  Schwartz is a Madera native who attended John Adams Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Middle School before graduating from Madera High School. Sandon received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Finance and his Masters in Business Administration from the Craig School of Business at Fresno State University. He later received his Single Subject Teaching Credential and Administrative Services Credential from Fresno State as well.  

Sandon has worked for Madera Unified School District for 22 years.  He began his career as a business teacher and coach at Madera High School.   During his teaching tenure, Schwartz also managed several large technology grants and served as an athletics coordinator.   He then transitioned into school site administration where he served as a vice principal at both MLK Middle School and Washington Elementary School.  This was followed by serving as the principal of both Pershing Elementary School and Madera South High School. Prior to being named as the Deputy Superintendent, Schwartz served as the Assistant Superintendent of Administrative and Support Services for the District.   He works closely with the following departments: Child Nutrition, Facilities Planning & Construction Management, Maintenance & Operations, Purchasing/Print Shop/Warehouse, Technology Support, and Transportation.

Schwartz comes from a family of educators, who have served the district since its inception in 1966.