It is recommended the Board of Education declare a public hearing for the purpose of reviewing the proposed LCAP Plan and Proposed Budget for the 2019-20 school year within the Anaheim Elementary School District, in accordance with the provisions of Education Code Section §52062.
This public hearing is to allow for public comment and recommendations regarding the specific actions and expenditures proposed to be included in the Local Accountability Plan and the 2019-20 Budget at which time the Board will hear any relevant public comment.
The LCAP Plan and Proposed Budget are on file and available for public review at the Anaheim Elementary School District, Office of Educational Services.
After hearing comments from the public, the Board President will give notice that a vote on this item is scheduled for the June 26, 2019, Regular Board meeting.
- Session 1 - July 8 - 12
- Session 2 - July 15 - 19
- Session 3 - July 22 - 26
Learn to code, build circuits, work with computer hardware and software, and create cool projects
- Fee: $245 per session
- AGE: 9 to 13 years
- Pre-Requisites: None
Learn to program robots you build, use sensors and motors to create cool projects
- Fee: $195 per session
- AGE: 7 to 13 years
- Pre-Requisites: None
In efforts to reduce paper and make school communication a more efficient process, we are asking our families to review and update your student’s demographic and contact data online.
En un esfuerzo por reducir el uso de papel y hacer que la comunicación escolar sea un proceso más eficiente, le solicitamos a nuestras familias que revisen y actualicen los datos demográficos y de contacto de su estudiante por internet a traves del Portal de Padres.
Join us at AESD’s district-wide Play.Code.Compete. event which will take place on Saturday, May 18th from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Ross Elementary School. This family-friendly event is sure to impress you as we showcase AESD students’ incredible skills in coding, engineering, and competitive gaming. There will also be a tournament that serves as the culmination of the first-ever elementary school district eSports curriculum and league in the county.
The ENTIRE DAY will be live streamed live at Twitch.tv/anaheimesd
|Scratch-a-Thon||8 AM - Noon|
|Codologie & Buildologie||12:30 PM - 2:00 PM|
|eSports Tournament||2:30 PM - 5:00 PM|
The Board President is requested to declare a public hearing for the purpose of review and adoption of the SELPA Annual Service Plan and Annual Budget Plan in accordance with Education Code §56205. These documents are required component of the SELPA Local Plan, and will be submitted to the California Department of Education by June 30, 2019.
Copies of this plan are available for inspection at the Anaheim Elementary School District Office, Special Services Department.
After hearing comments from the public, the Board President will give notice that a vote on this item is scheduled for the June 12, 2019, Regular Board meeting.
Dual Language Immersion now offered at all 23 AESD Schools!
Spanish and Korean programs available
Information meeting and on-site registration:
If you are interested in learning more about the Dual Language Immersion Academy for your child, please attend ONE of the following Parent Informational Meetings:
|Date||Monday, May 13, 2019|
|Location||Revere Elementary School
140 W Guinida Ln, Anaheim, CA 92805
|Date||Tuesday, May 28, 2019|
|Location||Orange Grove Elementary School
1000 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
Please contact (714) 517-7530 for information
#AmazingAESD | #Bilingual | #Biliterate
#IncredibleAESD | #Bilingüe | #AlfabetismoEnDosIdiomas
#놀라운AESD | #두 언어로 말하고 듣기 | #두 언어로 읽고 쓰기
The goal of the community planning process is to gather feedback on the design and implementation of the district’s priorities for the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). To accomplish this, we are gathering community input. Your participation is critical in this decision-making process, and we appreciate your assistance with this survey.
To begin the survey please CLICK HERE
Be a part of the conversation! We will be participating in the Speak Up Research Project. Speak Up is the first survey designed to help parents share their ideas directly with schools and national policymakers and will also provide Anaheim Elementary School District the opportunity to learn about the unique digital learning aspirations of our teachers, students and parents. As key stakeholders, Speak Up provides parents with a mechanism for expressing their views to the administrators at their child’s school and district about key issues impacting their child's education.
Nothing from Mon, June 24 to Tue, September 24.