Alisal Community School, K-6
1437 Del Monte Avenue
(831) 753-5720, Fax (831) 753-5725
Principal – Elizabeth Armenta
Assistant Principal – Martín Gutiérrez
Bardin Elementary School, K-6
425 Bardin Road
(831) 753-5730, Fax (831) 753-5758
Principal – Dora A. Salazar
Assistant Principal – Ulises González
Cesar E. Chavez Elementary School, K-6
1225 Towt Street
(831) 753-5224, Fax (831) 753-5230
Principal – Monica Anzo
Assistant Principal – Jer Soriano
Creekside Elementary School, K-6
1770 Kittery Street
(831) 753-5252, Fax (831) 753-5256
Principal – Marilyn Cline
Assistant Principal – Jamie Iverson
Frank Paul Elementary School, K-6
1300 Rider Avenue
(831) 753-5740, Fax (831) 753-5268
Principal – Yolanda McIntosh
Assistant Principal – Miguel Porras
Fremont Elementary School, K-6
1255 E. Market Street
(831) 753-5750, Fax (831) 753-5754
Principal- - John Jiménez
Assistant Principal – Clara Fernández
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Academy, K-6
925 North Sanborn Road
(831) 796-3911, Fax (831) 796-3921
Principal – Abel De León
Assistant Principal – Suzanne Contreras
Dr. Oscar F. Loya Elementary School, K-6
1505 Cougar Drive
(831) 751-1945, Fax (831) 751-1953
Principal – Diana García
Assistant Principal – Jorge Martínez
Virginia Rocca Barton Elementary School, K-6
680 Las Casitas Drive
(831) 753-5770, Fax (831) 753-5797
Principal – Jose Juan Urquizo
Assistant Principal – Alberto Jaramillo
Jesse G. Sanchez Elementary School, K-6
901 N. Sanborn Road
(831) 753-5760, Fax (831) 753-5764
Principal – Roberto Rodríguez
Assistant Principal – Petra Martínez
John E. Steinbeck Elementary School, K-6
1714 Burlington Drive
(831) 753-5780, Fax (831) 443-0977
Principal – Dr. Christina Palmer
Assistant Principal – Genaro Anaya
Tiburcio Vásquez Elementary School, K-6
1300 Tuscany Blvd.
(831) 770-600, Fax (831) 754-5520
Principal – Dr. Roberto Nuñez
Assistant Principal – Sandra Gutiérrez
Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year!
We are joined by the Board of Trustees and staff in extending a warm welcome to you and your child(ren) to the 2015-2016 school year.
It is VERY IMPORTANT that you review this handbook, and then sign and return the acknowledgement insert. Please refer to the handbook throughout the year for many answers to your questions. Of course, do not hesitate to call (831) 753-5700, ext. 2010 for any assistance you may need.
The staff of the Alisal Union School District is committed to providing a quality educational program for all our students. Our instructional program will focus on the California Common Core State Standards in reading, mathematics, science, social science standards, and the NGELD standards. A major District goal is to ensure that every student attains grade level literacy. Teachers are participating in training to acquire and enhance the knowledge and skills they need to meet the needs of all students. Schools have developed plans that focus on student achievement. We encourage and invite you to become familiar with the programs and plans available to your child with their school.
We will use all available resources, to make every student successful. We are counting on you, the parents, to be partners in the education of your child(ren). We ask that you become active within your child’s school. At home, we ask that you monitor your child’s homework and provide a dedicated time and space at home for schoolwork. It is very important that you read to your child and you encourage your child to read for fun. Finally, please be sure your child is well-prepared for school with adequate sleep and proper nutrition.
Again, welcome to the 2015-2016 school year. We wish you a positive and productive school year.
John Ramírez, Jr.
Please review the material in this handbook. Then SIGN and RETURN the acknowledgement insert.