Signature field trips: Sly Park, Sunsplash (6th grade promotion)
Parent groups: PTA
After school: ACES program
The students, staff and parents of Earl Warren Elementary School are committed to relentlessly working toward high academic achievement and personal growth. All of our teachers have been trained to deliver instruction based on the most current research-based strategies.
Other programs offered at our school include school-wide support, Parent/Teacher Home Visit Program, Artist in Residence, Music for 4th Grade, P.E. and muscle development for 5th grade, Extended Day, 21st century technology tools in every classroom (SMART Boards, document cameras, LCD projectors, laptops and computers), conflict managers, a model computer lab to serve our students, a Head Start Preschool, a Healthy Start Center, classroom bilingual support and an after-school START Program.
The Summer Food Service Program is free to all children 18 years of age or under, and persons over 18 who participate in a public or nonprofit private school program established for the mentally or physically handicapped.
The program runs from June 27th - July 28th.
Please check flyer for specific days and times that breakfast and lunch are served for each site.
Meal times are subject to change. Please call (916) 433-5325 to confirm any of these sites.
Earl Warren Elementary School will host its annual Health and Safety Fair on Saturday, May 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be several stations with valuable information on hand washing, blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol and much more.
Dental and vision screenings will also be available. Kids will be entertained with games, prizes and a bounce house.
Earl Warren Elementary School is located at: 5420 Lowell St., Sacramento, 95820.
The Sacramento Police Department donated more than 60 bicycle helmets to students at Earl Warren Elementary School. The students also received special reflective wrist bands to help increase their visibility getting to and from school.
Earl Warren Elementary School students raised $10,301.32 during the campus’ annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser. All of the money goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
It took the combined efforts of Earl Warren students, staff, and the entire community who joined together for this cause. The Pennies for Patients fundraiser was led by sixth grade teacher, Arlette Garcia, who organized the effort.
A squad of parents, students and staff members descended on Earl Warren Elementary School’s garden on April 11 to prepare it for spring planting. The day of work was organized by teacher Matthew Luper.
The group pulled weeds and spread fresh dirt. Within two hours, all the work was done and the garden is now ready for spring planting. To see more pictures, ”like” the Earl Warren page on Facebook.
Students and families at Earl Warren Elementary School spent the month of February collecting spare change for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients drive.
The school’s sixth grade class made school posters with inspirational messages and hosted several events. For example, students could pay $1 to wear a hat or bring a stuffed animal to class.
There was also a Wii tennis tournament and iPod day.The culminating activity occurred Friday, March 1 when students paid $1 for a piece of tape to tape Principal Carolyn Olsen to a chair at lunch time.
Earl Warren Elementary School and its grant partner Fremont Presbyterian Church held a great Halloween-themed fundraising event on Saturday, October 20. The church hosted the school’s annual pancake breakfast that also included a book give-away, raffle and pumpkin sale. The proceeds of the pumpkin sale will go to support Sly Park expenses.
SCUSD provides part day State funded preschool for eligible parents. The family monthly income must be under a certain amount.
If you would like to enroll in the State Preschool program please contact one of our two registration center Hiram Johnson Family Education Center, 3535 65th Street, (916) 277-7151;or Capital City Child Development Center, 7220 24th Street, (916) 433-2736.
During the course of any given year, the Child Development program provides early care and education to approximately 3,000 children ages 0-12. Children served include typically developing infants, toddlers and preschoolers and those with disabilities.
Parents are afforded a variety of program options and approaches, including center-based and home-based services, full-day/part-day preschool, infant/toddler playgroups and before/after school-age care.