Principal's Message About the School School Policies Staff/Teachers Attendance Bell Schedule
School Site Council Title 1 English Learner Advisory Committee Parent Teacher Association Resources
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Local Education Agency Plan Pathways at the High School School Accountablity Report Card SBAC and CAASPP
AVID Elementary AVID Intermediate



Build unstoppable middle school mathematicians

By the time students reach middle school, gaps can widen and learners may already think of themselves as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ mathematicians. The truth is that every child can reach their full potential with effective support. DreamBox meets all learners where they are—and gets them to the next level—by providing the right next lesson at the right time, every time.


Dreambox Video

YouTube Information Video


Builds skills and closes gaps fast Support procedural fluency and the conceptual understanding, strategic reasoning, and problem-solving abilities every learner needs, plus 24/7 online access to keep students learning and building achievement.

Thank you, Jorge Ramirez


  Please visit the California State PTA website for more information on how to best assist your child with Common Core.


Our children’s school assessments are changing. Gone are the multiple-choice, fill-in-the-bubble tests, now replaced with high-tech opportunities for our kids to show what they really know through writing, critical thinking and problem-solving — real skills needed for real-world success.

The new assessments offer a more complete snapshot of your child’s progress, so your child’s score will appear in a new way. These brand-new tests are too fundamentally different from the old exams to make any reliable comparisons between old scores and new. That’s OK. This year’s test results will only establish a baseline for the progress we expect students to make over time. With the new assessments, parent will ultimately be able to see the growth in a student’s scores from year to year. The reports will likely go to parents in late summer.



"HELPING STUDENTS LEARN"   These newsletters are automatically updated monthly and help parents assist their elementary and intermediate school do better in school.  These newsletters are filled with homework tips, additional parent resources and general updates regarding various school topics. 


Elementary Students - English 

Elementary Students - Spanish 


Intermediate Students - English 

Intermediate Students - Spanish 

PBS STEM Parent Workshop

PBS STEM Parent Workshop


The Successful Parenting Series is presenting the Fall Parenting Workshop entitled "Discipline: Factor that makes the difference."  This training provides parents with the way to create the structure of discipline effectively that leads to cooperation and teamwork without punishing the home. We will equip the parents with the necessary knowledge, tools and techniques that are vital in assisting their children to be successful in school and in life.  Classes start Monday, September 12th, from 7:45am to 9:15am, in Room 101.