Anaverde Hills

Anaverde Hills School opened in August 2005 on a temporary site. In August of 2013, the school was relocated on the permanent site. In April of 2010 Anaverde Hills Elementary School was named a California Distinguished School based on the outstanding academic achievement during the 2008-2009 school year. Anaverde Hills has 21 general education classrooms and three SDC classrooms ranging from Kindergarten through eighth grade, a resource and speech teacher, an EL aide, and a librarian.

The school enrollment is approximately 570 students, in which the majority of the students live walking distance from the school site. Anaverde Hills is supported by a dedicated Parent Teacher Student Association, which provides academic opportunitites as well as a foundational component to the traditions and culture of the school.

Consistent school-wide practices are in place to rasie academic achievement in every classroom at Anaverde Hills and include use of the core curriculum as first instruction, increased student engagement, and incorportating clear learning objectives. With the implementation of the Common Core State Standards, additional District initiatives include critical reading and writing across all subject areas, inquiry grounded in evidence from text, rigor and real-world application across all content areas, and the integration of technology.

Anaverde Hills School is proud to introduce the unique A-STEP program. The program includes the AVID program integrated from kindergarten through 8th grade; an emphasis on sicience with the new science lab; increased instruction using technology such as Smart Boards, iPads, chrome books, and student interactive systems; an emphasis on curriculum exploration through hands-on learning and oral language development; and project-based learning opportunities.

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Healthy Schools Parent Survey

Your school needs you to complete this online survey to learn more about your opinions about it. This survey is an opportunity to communicate your perceptions about your child's school.

Your participation is voluntary. It is also very important. The information you provide will help guide district and school efforts to promote safety, enhance learning supports, and improve student achievement.

This is an anonymous survey. It is designed so that no one can be identified from the data. You do not have to respond to any questions that you feel could be used to identify you. Simply skip any such questions.

All questions apply to this school only.

Access the survey using the following URL:

surveys.wested.org/cscs/XD469DF

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The California Department of Education requires schools and districts to ask students about school safety, the learning environment, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug issues.Westside gathers this information through the California Healthy Kids Survey. 5th – 8th graders will be participating in the California Healthy Kids survey December 11th – January 26th.Participation in the survey is voluntary on the part of the student, and we hope you will give permission so that your child's opinion and knowledge can be part of the information gleaned from the survey. The survey is anonymous. No names or any other identifying information are connected to the answers except for the name of the school.


If you wish to view the survey, you may do so at the school office or online.

If you have questions, please contact

Marguerite Johnson

Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

(661) 722-0716

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