Salinas City Elementary School District unveiled its transformative citywide early literacy initiative that will provide bilingual literacy at no cost to all pre-K through 2nd grade families within the City of Salinas. By mobilizing schools, families, and the greater community, Salinas City Elementary School District's initiative is creating a powerful model of innovation for districts across the nation to follow.
We are proud of our teachers! Please click on the links to read the story of featured Honor Roll Teachers as reported by The Salinas Californian newspaper.
The Salinas City Elementary School District would like to solicit your input for additional updates to the District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).
We value your opinion and we hope that you will take the time to complete this survey online. Hard copies of this survey will be available in the office at your child's school.
This survey is due by April 27, 2016.
Parents and community stakeholders are invited to the Adult Leadership Conference at Boronda Meadows Elementary School located at 915 Larkin Dr. from 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 pm.
The conference is divided into three sessions, and will feature different topics such as: Intervention Programs, Technology in the Classroom, California Math and Language Standards/Shifts, Dual Immersion Program, English Learner Services, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), attendance Recovery, Restorative Justice Counseling Programs and many more. The focus is to highlight the actions and services in our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and welcome your input.
Registration is free and open to the public. Lunch, child care and a resource fair are included.
For more Information: Contact Hilda Huerta at 831-784-2215
Salinas’ 142nd Birthday ~ Getting to Know You, Salinas!
11:00 a.m. Opening Ceremony
12:15 p.m. University Park, 3rd Grade
12:30 p.m. Monterey Pops
1:00 p.m. Steinbeck School, 3rd Grade
1:15 p.m. Aguila Real Dance Group
1:30 p.m. Tonatiuh Folkloric Dance Troupe
1:45 p.m. Alisal Center for the Performing Arts, Rondalia
2:00 p.m. Grupo Folklorico Citlalolin (Sherwood School)
2:15 p.m. Roosevelt School Piano Class
2:30 p.m. Flat Rock Boys
Historic Talks - Train Station Community Room (left side of main station)
12:00 p.m. - Why Salinas isn’t Chualar Mary Randall
1:00 p.m.- Early history of Salinas Dr. Gary Breschini
2:00 p.m.- Stories of the Salinas Rodeo Jim Albanese
Monterey County Historical Society Salinas Women’s Club
Native Sons of the Golden West Salinas House of Prayer
Salinas Valley Art Association TAMC
On sale in front of the Train Museum. Prepared by Native Sons of the Golden West
First Mayor’s House of Salinas City (weaving and spinning on display), Monterey & Salinas Valley Railroad Museum, Salinas Valley Art Association and Local Student art display in the First Mayor’s House Cottage (Education Center)
On March 1, Federal District Court Judge Kimberly Mueller modified an earlier order and determined that records containing the information of some 10 million California students will not be provided outright to the attorneys involved in a statewide special education lawsuit (Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association v. California Department of Education). Instead, the database containing the records will remain in the sole custody of the California Department of Education (CDE). CDE must assist the plaintiffs’ attorneys in searching the database for information. The judge also reiterated that no personally identifiable information of any student may be released to the plaintiffs’ attorneys unless they demonstrate to the satisfaction of the court that a secure method will be used to store the data.