Theodore Judah
Elementary School (eK-6)

Contact: (916) 395-4790

Grades: Early Kinder – 6th Grade

Enrollment: 577

Mascot: Bear

School colors: Gold and blue

Uniform: None required

Special programs: Science Alive, Early Kinder


Signature field trips: Sly Park, Coloma

Parent groups: PTA

After-school programs: START, Children’s Center

Theodore Judah Elementary promotes confidence and responsibility in our students through an enriched and exciting approach to teaching the core curriculum.  The staff works together to create an environment where people feel valued and safe so that each student can develop the skills to meet grade level standards. 

Our emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking and strong communications skills provides all of our students an avenue for success. Theodore Judah School was a Public Works Association project under President Franklin D. Roosevelt.  It has been placed on the United States Register of Historical Buildings.  Its staff and supporters are proud of its 70+ years record of quality educational programs, with a strong emphasis on reading.  A strong community-school-parent partnership supports the ethnically-rich population providing students with a varied and multicultural direction to working with others.  Our special day students and gifted and talented students integrate into other classrooms as much as possible, allowing each of us to appreciate the importance of differences.