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Anaheim Elementary Online Academy
- Phone: 714-517-7500
- Online Academy Website
Anaheim Elementary Online Academy is a teacher-led interactive distance learning option for Kindergarten through 6th-grade students.
Barton Elementary School
- Address: 1926 Clearbrook Lane Anaheim, CA 92804
- Phone: 714-517-8900
- Barton’s Website
At Clara Barton School our students work very hard to: “Be Respectful! Be Safe! Be Responsible!” Students are also encouraged to “fill each other’s buckets” by writing special comments of thanks to students and teachers who have done something special. When you come into the school’s office you can see those comments hanging on the wall. In addition, students are encouraged to “give back” to their neighborhood and community through volunteering.
Edison Elementary School
- Address: 1526 E. Romneya Dr., Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8902
- Edison’s Website
Edison Elementary is a welcoming school community where children learn and grow, supported by caring adults. Because children come to us with a variety of needs, challenges, and talents all their own, we first try to get to know each child and each parent to create a positive relationship. That helps teaching and learning become interesting and fun. And we believe school should always be a fun, safe place that children enjoy coming to.
So come and visit Edison. We look forward to meeting you and your children!
Franklin Elementary School
- Address: 521 W. Water Street, Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8905
- Franklin’s Website
Franklin Elementary prides itself on being a diverse learning community that strives to develop respectful, productive, and responsible leaders. Our 21st Century learning allows us to integrate relevant technology, collaborate, be creative, use critical thinking, and communicate effectively. Every staff member at Franklin Elementary is here to support your child to Dream -Believe -Achieve. Our teachers are your partners in your child’s education and they are happy to meet with you.
We are proud of our Franklin community, and we have many opportunities for our parents to participate both inside and outside the classroom. I welcome you join our PTA, attend school events, or join one of parent engagement activities this year.
Gauer Elementary School
- Address: 810 N. Gilbert St., Anaheim, CA 92801
- Phone: 714-517-8908
- Gauer’s Website
Gauer School is a STEAM school, placing a focus on inquiry and problem-solving through the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. All K-6 students have access to technology throughout the instructional day, are taught computer programming, and are provided instruction in the engineering design process through the Engineering is Elementary curriculum. In addition to STEAM centered learning throughout the instructional day, Gauer offers a variety of after-school enrichment programs to enhance the school’s focus: STEAM soccer program, orchestra, art, and commuter programming club.
Guinn Elementary School
- Address: 1051 S. Sunkist Street, Anaheim, CA 92806
- Phone: 714-517-8911
- Guinn’s Website
Parents, we look forward to working together with you to help your student learn and develop. Our mission is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.
Our goal and responsibility is to help each student develop an enthusiasm for learning, a respect for self and others, and the skills to become a creative, independent thinker and problem solver.
Henry Elementary School
- Address: 1123 W. Romneya Dr., Anaheim, CA 92801
- Phone: 714-517-8914
- Henry’s Website
If you’re looking for a school, the most important thing you should know about Henry Elementary is that we enjoy working with children, and we treat each child as an individual, with kindness and respect. Children are not all the same. They come to us with a variety of needs, challenges, and talents. So we first try to get to know each child and each parent and create positive relationships. That helps teaching and learning become interesting and fun, and we believe school should always be a fun, safe place that children enjoy coming to.
Please feel free to come and visit our school. We look forward to meeting you and your children!
Jefferson Elementary School
- Address: 504 E. South St. Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8917
- Jefferson’s Website
Jefferson School is a STEAM school, a school that puts a focus on inquiry, data, and problem-solving through the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math. All K-5 classrooms will engage in STEM projects from the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) curriculum, where they collaborate together in teams and ask questions and problem-solve a real-world scenario…much like many of our careers today ask for. Here at Jefferson we are preparing young scholars for college and 21st century careers. 6th grade classes will receive instruction in computer science through a program called Codologie. This year we are opening up a Robotics Club, Computer Science Club, and other extracurricular activities. Keep an eye out for more information!
Juarez Elementary School
- Address: 841 S. Sunkist St., Anaheim, CA 92806
- Phone: 714-517-8923
- Juarez’s Website
As the Common Core standards and digital citizenship era in education continues to evolve, Juarez School recognizes the need to not only prepare our scholars academically but to also ensure that they are equipped with the necessary skills to compete in a highly competitive global society.
To ensure the success of each one of our scholars, our staff is committed to on-going professional development that will enable us to utilize relevant, current, and research based instructional practices. We are excited to continue our focus on teaching Common Core Standards, digital literacy through age-appropriate technology integrated lessons, as well as providing daily opportunities for students to develop their communication, creativity collaboration critical thinking, and global citizenship skills.
Lincoln Elementary School
- Address: 1413 E. Broadway, Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8929
- Lincoln’s Website
Our students are at the age where we can help develop habits that will assist them throughout life. I know I can count on each of you to encourage all students to work hard on a daily basis.
Loara Elementary School
- Address: 1601 W. Broadway, Anaheim, CA 92802
- Phone: 714-517-8932
- Loara’s Website
Loara School is a great place for children to learn and grow. Like any school, we have certain rules to follow, and they are all based on being respectful, being responsible, and being safe. We teach our students to “Do the Right Thing” at all times. In addition, Loara Elementary School staff members believe:
- All children can LEARN!
- Every student is an individual.
- Every adult can make a difference for students.
Our Mission: To teach all students well, enabling them to reach their greatest potential.
If your child is not currently enrolled at Loara, please feel free to come and visit us. We look forward to meeting you and your children!
Madison Elementary School
- Address: 1510 S. Nutwood St., Anaheim, CA 92804
- Phone: 714-517-8935
- Madison’s Website
Madison welcomes the integration of technology into our instructional day. Students have daily access to chromebooks and the use to Google apps as tools to complete their work. We also offer after school clubs that allow students to learn computer coding skills.
Parent classes are offered all school year will be designed to develop your understanding of Common Core State Standards, instructional strategies, use of technology, parenting skills and how you can best support your child at home.
At Madison we take pride in working closely with our community to ensure the success of every child.
Mann Elementary School
- Address: 1510 S. Nutwood St., Anaheim, CA 92804
- Phone: 714-517-8938
- Mann’s Website
Our distinguishing practices are Project Based Learning (PBL) and Dual Language Immersion (DLI). Project Based Learning (PBL) is a revitalization of education for students so that they can develop intellectually and emotionally. We use real-world scenarios, challenges, and problems, and our students gain useful knowledge and skills that increase during their PBL units. Our teachers and students collaborate and come up with complex questions or problems to develop and enhance student learning by encouraging critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and self-management. The driving question for each PBL unit requires our students to make their own decisions, perform their own research, and review and revise their own and fellow students’ projects. Our PBL units start in TK and continue through 6th grade.
Dual Language Immersion (DLI) offers English and Spanish speaking students an exciting, enriching, and challenging educational opportunity. Students in DLI learn to read, write, and communicate effectively in both languages while demonstrating high levels of academic achievement. We are creating students that are bi-lingual, bi-cultural, and bi-literate for the 21st Century. Currently, we only offer a DLI kinder class.
We continue to focus on character education initiatives, 21st Century skills, fostering a nurturing safe environment for children, use of data to inform instruction, consistent implementation of the Common Core State Standards to increase students’ achievement, and providing exciting and challenging enrichment opportunities for all students.
Marshall Elementary School
- Address: 2066 W. Falmouth Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92801
- Phone: 714-517-8941
- Marshall’s Website
Marshall is a school that is striving to provide 21st Century learning for all students. We want to incorporate modern technologies and teaching strategies to provide students with the best possible preparation for success in their later years.
Olive Street Elementary School
- Address: 890 S. Olive Street, Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8920
- Olive Street’s Website
We’ve added more computers and additional supports to enhance learning and engage students through technology. Physical and emotional fitness will remain a focus through programs like 100 Mile Club, Padres en Accion, Character Development, and services provided by our Behavioral Support Team.
Orange Grove Elementary School
- Address: 1000 S. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8968
- Orange Grove’s Website
We at Orange Grove are truly proud of what we do as a community and we couldn’t do it without all the support of our parents and families. Please consider becoming active in the PTA. You are also welcomed to volunteer in your child’s classroom and other school events and activities.
Ponderosa Elementary School
- Address: 2135 S. Mountain View Ave., Anaheim, CA 92802
- Phone: 714-517-8926
- Ponderosa’s Website
The teaching and support staff have created a culture that is driven by two staunch beliefs: Safety and Learning! All student expectations are centered on a Positive Behavior Paradigm that encourages students to demonstrate PRIDE, RESPECT, EXCELLENCE, SAFETY and SCHOLARLY behaviors throughout our school community.
Student Learning drives the day to day schedule and all programs afforded to students and families alike. Teachers collaborate to plan lessons that will prepare students for the global economy and the 21st century skill needed to be future thriving citizens. Student learning is defined by our ability to engage and give access to high level thinking and learning activities for ALL students. Furthermore, this learning involves a focus on mastery of grade level standards, reading and understanding expository text, writing across the curriculum and working collaboratively with their peers.
Price Elementary School
- Address: 1516 W. North Street, Anaheim, CA 92804
- Phone: 714-517-8947
- Price’s Website
Inspire! An inspiring partnership between classrooms, schools, homes, and communities can inspire us to create a climate that is caring, welcoming, trusting, and collaborating. We educate and inspire our scholars that they may be successful Global Citizens. Their academic needs must be addressed as well as the promotion of social emotional learning. The Collaborative for Academic, Social, Emotional Learning (CASEL) identifies five core competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. Partnership with adults and students at home, school, and the community will form a safe trusting and welcoming climate. A climate that nurtures hearts and minds will inspire students to reach great heights.
Revere Elementary School
- Address: 140 W. Guinida Lane, Anaheim, CA 92806
- Phone: 714-517-8950
- Revere’s Website
If you’re looking for a school, the first thing you should know about Revere Elementary is that we enjoy working with children, and treat each of them as individuals, with kindness and respect. Children come to us with a variety of needs, challenges, and talents all their own. So we first try to get to know each child and each parent to create a positive relationship. That helps teaching and learning become interesting and fun, and we believe school should always be a fun, safe place that children enjoy coming to.
Roosevelt Elementary School
- Address: 1600 E. Vermont Ave., Anaheim, CA 92805
- Phone: 714-517-8953
- Roosevelt’s Website
Theodore Roosevelt School is home to 520 TK- 6 students. Our staff, students, and community work together to create a safe school environment that gives all students the opportunity to be successful. Our school mission demonstrates our desire for all students to succeed as they move through their education.
Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School is a positive, accepting environment that nurtures the individuality of all students as they discover their full potential. Students will become college and career ready through communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
Throughout the school year you can expect to see Roosevelt students working on Common Core tasks, participating in STEAM throughout the day, being kind to each other, as well as being respectful, responsible, and safe. They will also have opportunities to participate in tutoring, PAL, special activities with their teachers, general and instrumental music and “star buck” parties.As we progress through the 2017-2018 school year, the school community can expect great outcomes from our Roosevelt students.
Ross Elementary School
- Address: 535 S. Walnut Street, Anaheim, CA 92802
- Phone: 714-517-8956
- Ross’s Website
Our mission is to nurture strong relationships with students, parents, and the community, and provide a safe, positive learning environment focused on student achievement. Our goal and responsibility is to help each student develop an enthusiasm for learning, a respect for self and others, and the skills to become a creative, independent thinker and problem solver. I am sure we will see many great things from our scholars this year!
Stoddard Elementary School
- Address: 1841 S. Ninth St., Anaheim, CA 92802
- Phone: 714-517-8959
- Stoddard’s Website
We at Stoddard are truly proud of what we do as a community and we couldn’t do it without all the support of our parents and families. Please consider becoming active in the PTA and/or Wednesday’s Parent Club. You are also welcome to work in your child’s classroom assisting the teacher in many ways.
Sunkist Elementary School
- Address: 500 N. Sunkist Street, Anaheim, CA 92806
- Phone: 714-517-8962
- Sunkist’s Website
Sunkist school operates on a late start, modified single track calendar for the 2017-2018 school year.
Westmont Elementary School
- Address: 1525 W. Westmont Drive, Anaheim, CA 92801
- Phone: 714-517-8965
- Westmont’s Website
An excellent education is not possible without the great collaboration of students, parents, and staff of Westmont. We look forward to the work we will do together to ensure a safe learning environment and to prepare students to be career and college ready. We are very passionate about education and we look forward to partnering with parents to provide our students with a rigorous, engaging, and high-quality elementary school experience. We believe that by working together, we can make sure your child’s social, emotional, and academic needs are met.